They’re strangers who wake up in the same bed.
In Las Vegas. And realize they’re married!
When Mike Corwin awakens after some wild partying in Vegas $100,000 richer and married to Amber Rose Brennan, the gorgeous woman he met the night before, he thinks he's hit the jackpot. The bad news is that Amber's a con who takes his money and runs. Seems the family jinx has finally hit him. Hard.
But to Amber, Mike isn't business as usual. If only she didn't need the money to ensure her father's safety, she might actually have fallen for the intense lawman. Instead, she's forced to betray him.
Now Mike's hell-bent on divorce and Amber's on the run…but when a twist of fate reunites them, can they turn their run of bad fortune into a lucky streak that lasts forever?
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*Each book stands alone!
Unbelievably stupid. A detective meets a girl in Vegas, marries her within hours, wins a lot of cash, she runs off with it and gambles away half with her con ex-partner, runs from the
man she cheated, and tracks down her husband to live a happy life. Worse the husband sleeps with her within hours of her return and lets her borrow his car. He shouldn’t have been written as a detective but as a lonely, gullible, and desperate man. All the exclamation points were really annoying...was she five? I couldn’t finish this book. You know they get together and the beginning was just too stupid for me.
My favorite in the Lucky series
This was my favorite of the Lucky books. I adored Amber and the person that she is. My heart ached for her in spots and I wanted to knock Mike up side the head. She is such a strong heroine who has been dealt a bad hand. I love Mike and his crazy family. In this book we get to see how close Mike is to his crazy dad and that he does want the best for him. When he and Amber end up married after a crazy weekend, he knows that he needs to walk away and they are too different. Amber falls fast and hard and before Mike realizes it, he loves Amber, too. It just take him a little while to figure that out. Stubborn man! Loved this one!