Lucky In Love
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Mallory Quinn has had enough of playing it safe. As a nurse and devoted daughter, she takes care of everyone but herself. And as the local good girl, she’s expected to date Mr. Right. But for once, she’d like to take a risk on Mr. Wrong. And who could be more wrong than Ty Garrison? The mysterious new guy in town has made it clear that he’s only passing through, which suits Mallory just fine. Besides, his lean, hard body and sexy smile will give her plenty to remember once he’s gone…
For the first time in his life, Ty can’t bear to leave. Helping this sexy seductress-in-training walk on the wild side is making him desire things he shouldn?t?including leaving the military for good. As their just-for-fun fling becomes something more, Mallory and Ty wonder if they could really be this lucky in love. After all…anything can happen in a town called Lucky Harbor.
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In this endearing and satisfying contemporary yarn, Mallory, a beloved Lucky Harbor native and a hardworking nurse, has nearly given up on love. Dumped by her two previous boyfriends, Mallory, the town's "good girl," has decided to go after "Mr. Wrong," thanks to the prodding of her friends Amy and Grace. When a disastrous snowstorm lands the good-looking, enigmatic Ty Pennington at her feet, literally, Mallory decides that this time her libido will lead the way. As the two indulge in a passionate affair, Mallory realizes that her heart cannot stand idly by as their chemistry sends sparks flying. Ty, despite his best efforts at remaining detached, recognizes that Mallory's generous spirit and gentle way has infiltrated his armor. But as Ty's career lures him away, he must decide what he desires most. Readers will appreciate the steamy romance and eclectic cast of characters while rooting for the lovable heroine.
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Lightning sent a jagged bolt across Ty Garrison’s closed lids. Thunder boomed and the earth shuddered, and he jerked straight up in bed, gasping as if he’d just run a marathon.
A dream, just the same goddamn four-year-old dream.
Sweating and trembling like a leaf, he scrubbed his hands over his face. Why couldn’t he dream about something good, like sex with triplets?
Shoving free of the covers, he limped naked to the window and yanked it open. The cool mist of the spring storm brushed his heated skin, and he fought the urge to close his eyes. If he did, he’d be back there.
But the memories came anyway.
“Landing in ten,” the pilot announced as the plane skimmed just beneath the storm raging through the night.
In eight, the plane began to vibrate.
In six, lightning cracked.
And then an explosion, one so violent it nearly blew out his eardrums.