Jason Corwin knows he should resist his attraction to Lauren Perkins. After all, it was one of her ancestors who came up with the curse that had haunted every Corwin male since. But after one night of mind-blowing sex with his supposed—and very seductive—enemy, he can't bring himself to stay... show more
Jason Corwin knows he should resist his attraction to Lauren Perkins. After all, it was one of her ancestors who came up with the curse that had haunted every Corwin male since. But after one night of mind-blowing sex with his supposed—and very seductive—enemy, he can't bring himself to stay away.All Lauren wants is to sell her late grandmother's old house and leave the past behind forever. But that's not an easy thing to do with gorgeous contractor Jason Corwin whispering sweet, sexy somethings in her ear. About staying. Then a saboteur and the promise of hidden treasure change everything, and one lucky break that just might put an end to the Corwin curse.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 29th 2009
Pages no: 378
Edition language: English
Series: Lucky Trilogy (#3)
Jason and Lauren are great together. This a forbidden and reunion love story. You get to remeet Lauren from the first book in this series and she is stron and you can't help but root for her. This series is great and in the wonderful Carly Phillips way you get to see glimpses of all the characters f...
The third story is Jason Corwin and Lauren Perkin's story. That's right...a Corwin and a Perkin's together!!!!Jason Corwin's life is falling apart. He was training for the Olympics in snowboarding when he failed his drug test. Jason had never taken drugs and realized he was set up by the girl he ...
DNF. I don't mind a light 'beach read' contemporary, but this one was just too light on substance. A silly premise of a curse from long ago, feuding families that hold a grudge for generations, a hero and heroine both in denial, and non of it made much sense. To top it off, the reader for this aud...
Liked this final installment of the Lucky trilogy, it was a nice wrap-up with all the elements I loved in the previous 2 books. My favorite, however, remains Lucky Streak.