The 10th Lucky O’Toole book, Lucky Ce Soir, is here!
Yes, Lucky’s back! But this one is a little different. Instead of Vegas, this time Paris serves as the backdrop for love, laughter, and serious shenanigans.
Well, as the man said, “Paris is always a good idea.” Yes, this is a line from one of my favorite movies, Sabrina—also a story of love, mischief, and sentiment.
While I might find Paris to be magical, Lucky’s Parisian adventure gets off to a rocky start. First, she has to meet her future mother-in-law who is determined not to like her.
As if this isn’t bad enough, soon Lucky finds herself up to her ass in alligators when a fortune of wine is stolen from her future in-laws and an unsavory character from Lucky’s past shows up to implicate her in the theft.
And then a killer jumps into the mix.
Working against an old flame of Jean-Charles’s who now is in charge of the police investigation (and who lets everyone know she’d like Lucky out of the way), Lucky is faced with a future on Devil’s Island.
Or she can find the thieves and the murderer and clear her name.
To complicate things, Teddie, Lucky’s former love, is in town to open a musical revue in Montmartre. Sensing an opening, he offers his “help.”
What does Lucky do?