Shade Sterling helps to run the family ranches. Elizabeth “Lizzy” Conner was a local deputy soon to be the local sheriff. They can't forget the passionate kiss they shared ten years ago. When their past comes up from its watery hiding place, will its secrets keep them apart? It'll be JUST HIS LUCK to fall in love with the woman who thinks he is her number one suspect.
Lizzy Conner was just elected sheriff, and it's her first day on the job when a call from a construction site comes in about what they've found in a local pond. Shade Sterling is taking a ride around the family ranch and is drawn to the edge of the property to see what all the commotion is in the neighboring pond. Both are shocked to see the baby blue high-end SUV and especially the body inside. It's up to Lizzy to solve the murder of the young woman everyone thought was her best friend. Finding Ariel's body brings back everyone's bad memories of the young woman. Shade is Lizzy's number one suspect because the victim was his ex-girlfriend.
The last book in the Sterling's Montana series has suspense, romance, murder, love, blackmail that spans years. An unforgettable kiss, a group of young adults with secrets that come back to the surface upon finding the body of the class bully. B.J. Daniels brings a unique perspective to JUST HIS LUCK by including the victim's commentary. Ms. Daniels keeps you on the edge, trying to figure out who murdered her when there are so many who had a motive. As always, a B.J. Daniels book is a great read, over too fast but you can't wait for the next one.
Shade Sterling has carried a torch for Lizzy Conners since senior year of high school. But the timing never felt right for them, especially since his ex-girlfriend, Ariel, disappeared without a trace years ago. Now, with their ten-year class reunion approaching, Shade is tired of waiting. Determined to move on with his life and take a chance with Lizzy, he’s all in…until a car is dredged up from a local pond and Ariel’s remains are found inside.
As the newly appointed sheriff, Lizzy must investigate every single lead—including the ones that point right to Shade. She knows she can’t let her heart get in the way of an investigation, but she can’t accept that Shade is guilty. Now if she can only prove it—both to the town out for justice and to herself.