Kalin Lane had his dream in hand. Then, on the cusp of mega-stardom, Kalin’s world crashed down around him in a hail of stupid choices. Five years later, Kalin is back, reaching for his dream once again; however, time hasn’t erased his past. Will the lessons of the past be enough to save him from himself this time around?
Danae Scott thought she was headed toward the future every girl wants. However, in one night that belief is ripped into unrecognizable shreds. Devastated and confused, Danae is an anguished mess when an angel trips over her. Does this angel have the answers she didn’t even know she needed?
One night that changes everything.
Some books are entertaining. Others challenge our faith and inspire growth. And still others touch our hearts on a deeper level. Then, there are the rare books that do all of the above. Those are the great books. Lucky by Staci Stallings is a great book. Staci has woven this love story like a fine tapestry.
– Chandra Lynn Smith, http://chandrasplace.blogspot.com
A Contemporary Christian Romance Best Seller, LUCKY intertwines the lives of two people searching for their dreams. One lost everything, one thought she had everything. It is Christian fiction with a purpose—to teach us all that God doesn’t desire for us to stay stuck in the past or even wait for our future to start living today. Filled with believing in God’s faithfulness more than our own ability, this contemporary romance will easily fit with your collection of the most inspirational books in your library.
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“Well, if teaching is 73rd, what’s 52nd?” Kalin asked as he cut into his steak.
She laughed as she picked up a slice of pancakes. “I don’t know, NASA?”
“Controller or astronaut?”
“Controller,” she said definitively. “Can you see me in a Space Shuttle?”
He smiled. “Hey, you rode a motorcycle didn’t you?”
“True,” she said, pointing the tip of her knife at him.
“Okay, so what’s 22nd on the list?”
For a moment she scrunched her face, thinking. “I don’t know. Rock star?”
Interest descended on him. “Really?”
“Yeah, but seeing as how I don’t play anything and I can’t sing to save my life—I’m thinking that’s not going to get me very far.”
He laughed and sawed more meat off. “Okay, what’s eighth on this list of yours?”
“Eighth? Hmm…” She cut a chunk off her pancakes, took the bite, and chewed thoughtfully. She took a drink to wash that down.
“How about a big city crime reporter?”
His eyebrows shot for the ceiling. “Crime? That sounds a little dangerous, don’t you think?”
“Ugh. I think it sounds exciting. You know, Perry Mason without the law books, figuring out whodunit and why. Sounds pretty cool to me.”
Kalin, however, didn’t look entirely convinced. “Well, you don’t look like the criminal stalking kind to me, so what’s number two?”
Her eating slowed as she realized that all but one slice of her pancakes was gone. She shrugged. “I’d always kind of thought about nursing.”
“Nursing? Really?” He stopped eating to gaze across at her, and her pulse jumped into her throat with the intense interest in his eyes. “So, why didn’t you do that?”
Again she shrugged as if it meant nothing to her. “Long hours, late nights away from your family. It just didn’t seem very practical.” With all the energy of a dead leaf, she cut the last two bites of her pancakes in half. However, they didn’t even look appetizing anymore. Suddenly she was very tired, to the point of wanting to fall asleep right there. She laid her fork and knife down and sat back.
“So,” he finally said after he took a long drink of the soda the waitress had come to refill at some point, “that brings us to number one. You, Danae Scott, can now be anything you want to be… the world is your oyster. What is your number one?”