What’s luck got to do with it?
Dragon shifter Blaine Harcourt’s bewildered when he catches a woman robbing his parents’ Newport Mansion. It gets worse when they leave him in charge of her punishment. His step-dad says it’s time to prove he’s worthy of his future inheritance. His mother just blames him for the whole thing. Blaine’s so angry he just can’t even.
Kimiko Ichiro only wanted to replace what she stole from her father. It’s not her fault the only luck charms powerful enough to stop his rapid aging are in the Harcourt hoard. Robbing powerful dragon shifters seemed like the only way. Besides, thievery’s no big deal to a Tanuki.
Blaine’s used to dealing with books and artifacts, not brilliantly dishonest women. Is Kimiko just using her feminine wiles to hoodwink him, or is something else at play here? And how did she get into the Harcourt’s magically sealed vault in the first place? Could Blaine’s part in foiling an evil magus be the reason for his bad luck, and can Kimiko help him turn it around?
Targeted Age Group:: Upper YA to adult.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This is the fourth book in a series, so its piece in the overall series plot has inspired me. I want to tell both the smaller parts and the bigger picture in this story!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
These are characters who've been introduced earlier in the series. I love these two because they remind me of some other folks I admire.
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