by J. J. Murray
Candace leads a life of peace, solitude, and serenity after retiring early from a lucrative career in investment banking. She fishes, reads, bakes, tends her garden, visits with her vast extended family, and vows one day to own Barton House, the vacant mansion her "Double Great Grand" built before the Civil War on the other side of the pond.
But when New Yorker Robert Macarthur, 41, "The Big Mac of Fast Food Advertising," purchases Barton House, Candace's life goes south in a hurry. And yet there's something familiar and natural about the tall, bearded, pony-tailed, blue-eyed man that moves Candace's heart in unexpected and unintended ways.
With faithful descriptions of country life, an authentic cast of down-home characters, and genuine homespun humor, LUCKY proves that "sometimes love comes home."
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