Synopses & Reviews
WHEN SECRETS ARE REVEALED
Shelby Cole thought she'd put Bad Luck behind her. Bad Luck, Texas, that is. She'd left her hometown ten years ago, her world shattered and her illegitimate baby dead. Now she's receiving anonymous letters claiming that her daughter is alive. But going home means demanding answers that her father, Judge Jerome Cole, won't be happy to give -- and facing Nevada Smith, the man who broke her heart...
AND LIES ARE EXPOSED
For Nevada, Shelby's homecoming is a bitter reminder that his half-breed blood was never good enough for a rich girl like the judge's daughter. Even now, his bad-boy reputation hovers around him like a cloud of Texas dust. But the years haven't changed the way Shelby makes him feel -- and he can't ignore the idea that he may be the father of the child she's looking for.
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN...EVEN MURDER
Yet Shelby's not the only person on her way back to Bad Luck. Falsely accused of murder and sent to prison for ten years, Ross McCallum is coming home to settle the score, especially with Shelby and Nevada. Now, as the temperature soars, Shelby's search for the truth promises to boil over into violence as a lethal web of revealed secrets threatens everything she believes about the man she loves -- and even her very own life...
Shelby Cole thought she'd put Bad Luck, Texas--and the man who broke her heart--behind her ten years ago. But she heads home after getting anonymous letters claiming her dead baby is really alive. Shelby's search for the truth reveals secrets that threaten everything she believes about the man she loves--and even her own life.
About the Author
Lisa Jackson has been writing romantic fiction for fifteen years. Over sixty of her books have been published and reprinted in more than a dozen foreign languages. A single mother, she is a native of Oregon, where she still resides with her two teenage sons. Lisa is often asked what is the key to her success, and her unfailing answer is a keen imagination, incredible friends, loving family, and always, loads of laughter. As Oscar Wilde is purported to have said, "Life is too important to be taken seriously."