So, being lucky in love. What exactly does that mean? Here are our thoughts on the topic.
Donna: I've always been a fan of St. Patrick's Day and everything that comes with it: Corned beef & cabbage, Leprechauns, Kiss Me, I'm Irish T-shirts, shamrock antenna headgear, green beer, McDonald's yummy Shamrock shakes!
And while all couples could use a little 'Luck of the Irish', I think it takes on a new meaning with Chase and Hannah from my latest release Never Let Me Go: Book 7, Welcome to Redemption. When the diner Hannah Porter works at is robbed at gunpoint, Sheriff Chase Lowell is forced to admit his feelings for his best friend's kid sister are so much more than friendship...
Delia: Is it luck? Being in the right place at the right time? Destiny? I'm not sure how we find that special someone. Were we just meant to be?
I don't know if I believe in luck. When I think about the choices I made in my life that got me where I am today, I can't give luck the credit. I'm not saying we deserve whatever we get (or don't get), but I think that the decisions we make in our lives bring us down a path that will take us where we're supposed to be. One of my favorite movies is Serendipity. I highly suggest a viewing if you haven't had the pleasure. Through a series of crazy events, we see that if two people are meant to be together, they will be. It's not luck, it all boils down to those famous words once spoken by George McFly, "You are my density."
In Hold On To Me: Book 8, Welcome to Redemption, Jenny made a bad choice the first time, but the moment she meets Grant, her luck is about to change.
Jamie: I am amazed every single day at how lucky I have been to have been blessed with my soulmate. Someone who has shared some pretty wonderful times with me and stayed at my side providing support when things got rough. I always dreamed of a fairy tale love when I was a kid, but this is so much more than that. We have been lucky enough to find true love.
One of my favorite things about the Sunday paper is reading the anniversary announcements and reading about all of the long married couples celebrating a lifetime together, it's even better when they tell how they met. They make me think of the movie, Up. Carl and Ellie's love story shares with all of us just how lucky we are to spend time with the person who makes our heart skip a beat.