Get Lucky with Deborah Coonts

Get Lost in a Story Readers, meet today's guest author, Deborah Coonts! 

About So Damn Lucky

Lucky O’Toole—Head of Customer Relations at The Babylon, premier mega-resort on the Vegas Strip—thinks it’s just another night in Las Vegas. But then a magician pulls a disappearing act, right under Lucky’s nose. Is it a stunt? Or something worse?
While Lucky chases leads, someone is trying to put her off the scent. As if this wasn’t enough to ruin her day, Lucky’s relationship with The Big Boss is coming to a head—past hurts can no longer be denied. Of course, she is already on shaky emotional ground: Teddie, her live-in, has been touring with a young and lovely pop star. Paxton Dane, former coworker and would-be suitor, is still circling, hoping to find a chink in the armor of Lucky’s resolve. And then, there’s this French chef, who is proving to be too hot to handle….
Las Vegas expert Deborah Coonts thrills again with this third installment in her dazzling series focused on casino “fixer” Lucky O’Toole.

Just a few of SO DAMN LUCKY's positive reviews: 

"Lucky’s latest lark brims with the over-the-top ridiculousness that I love about Vegas. Fans of the series will fall in love all over again, and new readers will look forward to her next escapade."
--Publishers Weekly on So Damn Lucky
"Lucky's the kind of gal who will make any heart beat faster."
--Kirkus Reviews on So Damn Lucky
“Las Vegas is the perfect setting for this witty tale of misdirection and larger-than-life characters. Fans of J. A . Konrath’s Jack Daniels series will love this.” 
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DONNELL:  Welcome to Get Lost in a Story, Deborah.  One of the questions I often ask authors is if they could live anywhere on earth, where would it be.  You live in Las Vegas.  Is this one of your favorite places? 

DEBORAH: Vegas—I moved here sort of by inertia—and insanity—I let my then 15-year-old son pick where we were doing to live.  Lest you think something else…golf drew him here.  At the time he wanted to be Tiger Woods and Tiger was studying golf with Butch Harmon in Henderson, a suburb of Vegas.  Aren’t we glad my son didn’t grow up to be another Tiger Woods ;)  Curiously, Vegas has been very good to us.  My son found his bride and is blissfully happy.  I got the most wonderful daughter-in-law…and I found my Lucky stories.

I see the magic here and that’s what I write about.  Folks offloading real life for a few days and having fun.  Rediscovering joy…and perhaps, love ;) And then there is that whole getting into mischief/what-happens-in-Vegas thing….

DONNELL:  Writing mystery is hard, writing comedy is tougher.  You’ve called combining the two oxymoronic.  And yet you combine the two, on purpose?  Are you intrinsically funny, or do you have to work at it?

DEBORAH: I have always been fluent in sarcasm—one of my least appreciated skills when I was growing up in prim and proper Dallas.  Over the years, I added innuendo to my skill set—if you think about it, sex IS pretty funny;)  Of course, that could just be my experience….The Misadventures of a Former Good Catholic Girl…there’s a book in there somewhere. 

My humor derives from a twisted perspective and a borderline personality disorder.  But really, humor is nothing but the unexpected and, to be honest, my entire life has been…unexpected.  So, I cope by laughing, and hopefully making others giggle as well.

DONNELL:  You’re a flight instructor and a tax attorney. So…. do you fly commercial?

DEBORAH:  Southwest is my chariot.  These days, with all the promoting along with aging parents in Dallas…along with my not-so-latent gypsy tendencies….there is precious little time for flying for fun.  And, if time is of the essence, I let the pros whisk me away (take me for a ride;)).  I travel so much that the TSA guys know my name, when I cut my hair, when the books are coming out….and other secretsJ

DONNELL:  What’s in your refrigerator right now?

DEBORAH:  Champagne.

DONNELL:  Just gotta ask:  Do you watch the show VEGAS?

DEBORAH: Sometimes.  I’m terrible with the whole TV thing.  You see, I have an authority issues and I just can’t be bothered to watch shows when they come on—of course, I can’t remember their days and times either, so this is a problem.  Yes, I could DVR them, but then someone invariable tells we the entire story before I get around to watching the recorded shows.  And TV really cuts into my reading time, which is how I prefer to spend my precious few free seconds.

DONNELL:  Most unusual thing in your closet?

DEBORAH: My very first pair of really good shoes—Ferragamos that my grandmother bought for me when I was in high school, back before the earth was cool.  I’ve had those puppies rebuilt so many times the cobbler runs when he sees me coming.  But I just can’t part with them—they hold so much history.  And, each time I pull them out, I can picture my grandmother telling me, “When you buy clothes or shoes, buy the very best you can afford.  They will last a lifetime and never go out of style.”  She’s been gone a long time.  I would love to know what she would’ve told me about men.  I’m not doing to well on my own…..

DONNELL:  What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?  What’s the worst?

DEBORAH:  Beside the shoe thing above….it’s really something so simple and ubiquitous:  Live life with courage, never quit, and always wear clean underwear.

DONNELL:  Favorite comfort food.

DEBORAH:  I have never met a potato I didn’t like.  Grits are a close second….with lotsa cheese.

DONNELL:  What are you working on right now?

DEBORAH:  A two-part series of Lucky digital novellas called LUCKY NOW AND THEN.  It’s a dual-timeline story where a murder occurred thirty years ago, the body is found in the rubble of an imploded hotel, Lucky’s father is implicated, and she has to solve the crime in the present.  They’ve presented interesting challenges, which I’m enjoying.  Then there is the fifth Lucky book, LUCKY BITES, set in the gourmet food world.  And a medical thriller idea…and a women’s fiction series set in Napa and Sonoma…..and the whole shameless self-promotion thing….  I’m like the ghost whisperer of ideas…they assault me everywhere.  Could someone please petition the Universe for a few more hours in each day?  I’m a bit pressed for time….

DONNELL:  If you could meet anyone, past or present, who would it be and why?

DEBORAH:  I’m sorry I never got to meet Christopher Hitchens.  While I didn’t agree with everything he said, I thought he was brilliant and insightful.  He stirred the pot and made us think.  I love that.

Deborah, now it’s your turn.  Time to ask readers a question. 

READERS ARE YOU:  Plot or character-driven?
  February 28th is the release date of the mass market edition of the third Lucy book, SO DAMN LUCKY.  I’d be delighted to give away a set of all three books in mass market. 

Links and contact information.

FB: Deborah Buell  Coonts

 Next book out will be the hardcover edition of the fourth book, LUCKY BASTARD, on May 14th.

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Cantrell Desire


Harlequin Desire, February
ISBN: 0373732252

Her ideal ex-husband

“Will you divorce me?” Those are the four little words Cia Allende wants to hear Lucas Wheeler say. Of course, they have to marry first. The gorgeous Texas real estate tycoon shuns commitment, but a six-month fake marriage will help them both. Cia can access her trust fund and build a women’s shelter, and Lucas’s playboy reputation is repaired. No strings. No romance. Simple.

Except it’s anything but. Lucas intends to seduce his in-name-only wife. It’s a battle of wills, and Cia is losing…and loving it. And now the divorce she needs is the last thing she wants….

Harlequin Desire, March
ISBN: 0373732317

Her Knight in a Shining Yellow Ferrari

One wrong turn on a Texas highway and heartthrob director Kristian Demetrious is breaking his first rule: don’t get involved. Beautiful, sassy VJ Lewis needs his help—and a ride to Dallas. Kris wants to give her both….

Yet his career depends on arriving without giving in to the passion VJ ignites in him. And denying temptation gets harder with every mile. VJ insists the heart of a hero beats beneath Kris’s suave exterior—and she intends to prove it, one hands-on lesson at a time. Suddenly this road trip is taking a whole new direction….

Kat read her first Harlequin novel in third grade and has been scribbling in notebooks since she learned to spell. What else would she write but romance? She majored in Literature, officially with the intent to teach, but somehow ended up buried in middle management at Corporate America, Inc.

Kat became a stay-at-home mom in 2009 and devoted nap time to writing. After three years and many thousands of words, her dream of publication finally came true. When she’s not writing about characters on the journey to happily ever after, she can be found at a soccer game, watching Friends or dancing with her kids to Duran Duran and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Kat, her husband and their two boys live in North Texas. She’s a proud member of Romance Writers of America®. Kat was the 2011 Harlequin So You Think You Can Write winner and a 2012 RWA® Golden Heart® finalist for best unpublished series contemporary manuscript.

ANGI: How often to you get lost in a story?
KAT: I’m constantly lost in a story. Usually in my own head. I’m one of those who can’t see an abandoned car on the side of the road without spinning a tale instantly of what happened to the down-on-her-luck heroine.

ANGI: What’s your favorite “love” word?
KAT: Sacrifice. To me, that’s the embodiment of love.

ANGI: Can you tell us about a real-life hero you’ve met?
KAT: My husband. He inspires all my fictional heroes. I know everyone says that, but mine really does. J Yeah, he cooks and cleans, but he’s a hero to me because he always does the right thing no matter what and his first priority is taking care of his family. If that’s not heroic, I don’t know what is.

ANGI: What’s your favorite fairy tale?
KAT: Definitely Cinderella, though I like the Drew Barrymore version—Ever After—the best because she rescues herself and her reward is true love. I’ve written my own version of Cinderella twice now and both my heroines do the same!
ANGI: AH !! A woman after my own heart. My absolute favorite version of this story. I sometimes  listen to the movie to hear Dougray Scott's voice. LOL

ANGI: What do you like about the hero of your book?
KAT: He likes to take care of people…see above about my husband. So many readers complain about heroes in books being unrealistic and it was important to me to write people with realistic qualities.

ANGI: Where do you read and how often?
KAT: I read at night before I go to bed. I usually only get about fifteen minutes in, so it takes me a long time to read an entire book, but it’s all I can manage right now. Unfortunately, reading time is one of the things I had to sacrifice so I could be a career author.

ANGI: Fairy Tale or Action Adventure?
KAT: Both. >>>big grin<<<

ANGI: What was the first story you remember writing?
KAT: Jane and the Rainbow in first grade. I was hooked! By fourth grade, I was writing Encyclopedia Brown and Trixie Beldon knockoffs and finally found my calling in ninth grade when I started my first romance. It was a historical. Set in 1971.

ANGI: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
KAT: Lord of the Rings. I like all three equally so don’t you dare make me pick just one!

ANGI’S GOTTA ASK: How are the gerbils? (BIG GRIN) I have to admit that those were one animal I never allowed in the house, so you can tell I’m not a fan. Keeping my fingers crossed they’re working out for not only your son, but also the mom that has to clean their cage.
KAT’S GOTTA ANSWER: Well…that’s a story. I guess I’m in the right place for that. J Turns out I’m allergic to gerbils so we had to take them back. Apparently it happens often because the store refunded 100% of my money despite the obvious use of the cage and other accessories. It’s a hard, hard thing to disappoint your kid and I think I cried over it for at least a week. But I learned I have a great son who handled the whole thing with maturity. I’m so proud of him!

Twitter   @KatCantrell   Blogs
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KAT's drawing for a print copy of either Marriage With Benefits or The Things She Says (before you can buy it!) North America readers only. Please leave your email for notification.

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GOT A QUESTION FOR READERS TODAY? In MARRIAGE WITH BENEFITS, Cia wants to use her inheritance to open a women’s shelter—what would you do if you had a huge pile of cash dropped in your lap?


Dead Letter Day

Today, I'm excited to welcome my good friend, Eileen Rendahl, a fellow blogger at Storytelling Rules, who's celebrating the release of Dead Letter Day, the third book in her highly acclaimed and bestselling Messenger series. If you haven't read this awesome urban fantasy series yet... Well, you should. :) 

Welcome Eileen!

Eileen Rendahl was born in Dayton, Ohio. She moved when she was four and only remembers that she was born across the street from Baskin-Robbins. Eileen remembers anything that has to do with ice cream. Or chocolate. Or champagne.

In addition to the Messenger series, Eileen Rendahl is the award-winning author of four Chick Lit novels. In addition to the Messenger series, Eileen Rendahl is the award-winning author of four Chick Lit novels and also writes romantic suspense as Eileen Carr.

She has had many jobs and lived in many cities and feels unbelievably lucky to be where she is now and doing what she's doing.

About Dead Letter Day

Dead Letter Day is the third book in my Messenger series. In it, Melina goes searching for her werewolf friend, Paul. He may be missing. He maybe just be taking a little werewolf “me” time.

The search leads Melina to a mermaid, a damaged and possibly deranged police officer and patterns for Norwegian doilies—finally bringing her to the realization that she may be dealing with the most powerful enemy she has ever faced.

"Dead Letter Day ratchets up the suspense and keeps the questions flying." RT Magazine

Read an excerpt here

Order now here.

Get to Know Eileen Rendahl

MAUREEN: What’s the first book you remember reading?

EILEEN:  My mother and I read all the Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House books together. Long after I could read myself, we’d snuggle up in bed every night and take turns reading to each other. Half the time, she’d fall asleep while I was reading to her rather the other way around!

MAUREEN: Do you believe in ghosts?

EILEEN:  Oh, this is so complicated. Most of the time, I will tell you no. Absolutely not. When we’re gone, we’re gone. That’s it. End of story.

I’ve had a few experiences, though, that make me doubt that hard line of non-belief. My husband passed away in 1999. He died at home, very early in the morning. I stayed in that house for the next year and several mornings each week at around 6:10 a.m., our phone line would go dead. I also could not keep a phone in the room where he died. They’d simply stop working.

An aunt who was very dear to me passed away a few months before my husband did. During the week before he died, she would appear at the end of my bed practically every night. Now, I might have been dreaming, but it always felt like I’d woken up and then seen her and not the other way around. I felt like she was telling me that she’d be there for him to help him when I couldn’t anymore. 

MAUREEN: Where in the world would you most like to visit?

EILEEN:  The answer to that used to be Paris, but I got to go on a dream vacation there this past summer. It was fantastic. I’m a little torn now between Florence and London.

MAUREEN: What’s next for you as an author?

EILEEN:  I have an Eileen Carr book coming out next year in June. The working title is Veiled Intentions. It’s still a suspense, but a lot more issue-oriented than my other Eileen Carr books. I’m very excited and very nervous about it.

MAUREEN: What’s your favorite hobby?

EILEEN:  I have to choose? Probably crochet, then. I find it soooooooo relaxing. Plus, I’m a little fidgety and it gives me something to do with my hands.

MAUREEN: What’s the best vacation you’ve ever been on?

EILEEN:  That’s easy. This past summer’s trip to Paris. It was just my boyfriend and me. No kids. No parents. No siblings. We did what we wanted to do when we wanted to do it and there were so many things we wanted to do and see. It really was magical.

MAUREEN: What’s your favorite cartoon character?

EILEEN:  I’ve always had a soft spot for Betty Boop. I love the cheesecake-aspect of her. My least favorite, however, is Tigger. I absolutely cannot stand him. I think he’s a narcissist with anti-social tendencies and should probably be put on medication immediately.

MAUREEN: What hidden talents do you have?

EILEEN:  I can hang a spoon from the end of my noise and I do a pretty awesome rendition of Adam Sandler’s Hanukkah Song while accompanying myself on the autoharp, if I do say so myself.

MAUREEN: What sound or noise do you love?

EILEEN:  My kids laughing together in the next room. It just makes my heart glad.

MAUREEN: What book would you want with you if you were stranded on a desert island?

EILEEN:  I think it would be the Joy of Cooking. It’s entertaining and there’s a lot of great information in there that would help me survive!

MAUREEN: Do you write while listening to music? If so what kind?

EILEEN:  I have a very difficult time writing if the music has words in it. They distract me. So it has to be instrumental only. I put on Mozart a lot.


MAUREEN: You’re a private investigator as well as an author. Has that job helped your writing?

EILEEN:  It has helped my writing. Or at least I think so. First of all, I get to meet so many different people. I get a glimpse into their lives that I would never have otherwise. Secondly, people are weird. They do crazy stuff and getting to hear there rationales for their behavior and also what they chose to lie about and why is very interesting. Because I’m out there actually interviewing people rather than doing, say, surveillance, I get to hear about their motivations and see things through their eyes. It’s fascinating.


Eileen will give away one copy of the paperback edition of Don't Kill the Messenger (the first book in the Messenger series) to one lucky commenter.



The Hunted Series, book 1
Harlequin Teen
ISBN: 9780373210763

Because of what you are, the Believers will hunt you down.

Voices told Lucas Darby to run. Voices no one else can hear. He's warned his sister not to look for him, but Rayne refuses to let her troubled brother vanish. On her desperate search, she meets Gabriel Stewart, a runaway with mysterious powers and far too many secrets. Rayne can't explain her crazy need to trust the strange yet compelling boy—even though he scares her.

They discover Lucas is running from the Believers, a fanatical church secretly hunting psychic kids—gifted "Indigo" teens feared to be the next evolution of mankind. Now Rayne's only hope is Gabe, who is haunted by an awakening power—a force darker than either of them imagine—that could doom them all.


HarperCollins launched Jordan Dane’s suspense novels back to back in 2008 after the 3-book series sold in auction. Ripped from the headlines, Jordan's gritty plots weave a tapestry of vivid settings, intrigue, and dark humor. Publishers Weekly compared her intense thrillers to Lisa Jackson, Lisa Gardner, and Tami Hoag. This national best-selling, critically acclaimed author’s debut novel NO ONE HEARD HER SCREAM was named Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2008. Dane writes her Sweet Justice adult thriller series for HarperCollins. Her young adult novels, IN THE ARMS OF STONE ANGELS and ON A DARK WING, are with Harlequin Teen. Currently, she is writing a new series for Harlequin Teen – THE HUNTED – slated for release in 2012-2013. Formerly an energy sales manager, she now writes full time. Jordan and her husband share their Texas residence with two cats of highborn lineage and two very lucky rescue dogs. 


The real phenomenon of Indigo children drove my Indigo Awakening plot (Book #1 in the HUNTED series), but I super-sized their psychic abilities and wanted them to evolve into more than one simple power per kid. With Indigos sharing a “hive mind,” I thought it might be possible for their abilities to grow and change once they came in contact with each other. So below is a list of psychic abilities that I drew from initially. Imagine what it might feel like to have any one of these abilities.

Since the idea of man’s evolution is a key concept to my story, I wanted some of the powers to start simply, but get complicated as the kids develop to their full potential. Gabriel Stewart is my central character for this metamorphosis, but here is more about the powers I use in the book.

Indigo Children/Indigo Warriors - In my story, for the purposes of fiction, I make Indigo kids more plentiful, with the status of a Crystal child more unique and powerful. Indigos are highly intelligent intuitive teens who “feel” their way through life, trust their instincts above all else, and can often see angels and the dead. Indigos tend to be warriors. They have a fierce fighting spirit and a rebellious nature. They don’t accept things the way they are. They see how things can be. Indigo warriors can also be a little older than teens, those who have come before to pave the way and protect the Indigos who will follow. Gabe’s mother and his uncle Reginald are examples of early Indigo warriors.

Crystal Children – Crystal children are a higher level of power and attainment in the collective than Indigo kids. Only Lucas Darby and Gabriel Stewart reach Crystal child status in Indigo Awakening. They are the elite. Since Lucas is only fifteen-years old when he reaches this level, he becomes the obsession of the Believers. These church fanatics believe his “mutation” is more dangerous. He “turns” too early, so they think that Indigos are evolving more rapidly than they first suspected. They want to get their hands on the boy, to “study” him. Gabriel is eighteen and has been hiding in secret, off the grid, but he is far more powerful than even he imagines. Once he links to the “others” of his kind, he transforms into something amazing. He will be the most dangerous among these kids. In Gabriel, the Believers truly have something to fear.

Individual Indigo Powers – by Character
The Effin brothers are Indigo twins with the ability to attack the hypothalamus gland within the human brain. This gland affects the Four F’s – to feed, to flee, to fear, and to…hook up. As you might imagine, they can make anyone do anything with this ability, even though the twins think of their gift as a funny game. These boys are younger and very peculiar, even among Indigos. They only communicate telepathically, within their immediate hive, and they are most powerful when they are together.

Kendra Walker is an Indigo who is similar to a modern day Joan of Arc. She’s strong and rebellious, driven to protect the Indigos right to live. She has the ability to connect with other indigos, to draw them to her and track them, but only with a limited range and often with one-way communication from her to them. She is a healer and uses herbs and her garden to not only feed her street family, but she also hears the voices of “the others” through her plants, especially as she tends her garden.

Lucas Darby is an evolving Crystal child who has been stunted by his time locked up in a mental hospital. Drugs were used to control him and have taken a toll. His potential is similar to the gifts that Gabriel Stewart has, but Lucas also shows the ability to read other people’s memories. This psychic gift is called Retro-cognition. Crystal children tend to be more benevolent and peace loving by nature and Lucas is no exception. He’s at odds with Kendra’s warrior nature to protect her kind. Once he sees how far the Believers will go to destroy innocent lives, Lucas will be forced to take a stand he’s not prepared for.

Rafael Santana is a street kid who communes with the dead and easily connects into the spirit world. He’s the heart and soul of Kendra’s Indigo family, a simple guy so desperate to have a real family of his own, that he takes on the role of big brother to an abused homeless kid, ten-year old Benny. Although Benny isn’t psychic, these two are inseparable kindred spirits. Rafe is beyond wishing anything for himself, but he doesn’t wallow in self-pity over how his life turned out. Instead he takes on the responsibility of caring for a young boy and no one comes between Rafe and Benny, not even Rafe’s beloved Kendra and her Indigo rebellion.

Gabriel Stewart is the most powerful Crystal child. He thought he was an Indigo, like his British mother, but after he meets Lucas’s sister, Rayne, and links to the collective hive mind through Lucas (another Crystal child), he is gripped by a metamorphosis that he can’t stop. He can connect his consciousness through animals and the dead, but his powers evolve into much more. I can’t say too much about his abilities without giving away strong elements to the story, but Gabe is seriously cool.

Hellboy is featured on the cover of Indigo Awakening and is Gabe Stewart’s ghost dog. He’s a portal to the “other side,” or is he?

In book #2 of the Hunted series – Crystal Fire – more Indigo kids and their powers will be revealed. There is a dark side to having these powers and the Believers tamper with science and human nature to battle something they should respect.

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Previous GLIAS interviews

The Hunted series, book 2
Harlequin Teen
December 2013

Harlequin Teen
December 2011

Harlequin Teen
April 2011

Sweet Justice Thriller series Book 4
Oct 2011

JORDAN is  giving away a copy of Indigo Awakening for anyone who can tell me what kind of psychic power they’d like to have and why. The most intriguing answer wins. North America entrants only.

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JORDAN WANTS TO KNOW:  If you could have a secret Indigo power, what would that be?   Have you ever experienced a psychic moment or do you know anyone who is a real psychic?