Casting the movie
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Ms. Cooper-Posey has done it again! "Lucifer's Lover" is an
emotionally vested romance between two people who think they know
what they want. Fact is they truly have no clue until fate forces
them to face them to take a cold hard look at what's important.
Lyndsay and Luke are exceptionally drawn characters. Ms.
Cooper-Posey is a master at creating characters a reader will truly
care about. She's not afraid to create a lead character that's not
"perfect" in every way. Both Lyndsay and Luke have their own share
of emotional baggage that has gone a long way into forming the
adults they've become. The conflict between Lyndsay and Luke is not
only believable but also entertaining. As a result the reader is
treated to a well-choreographed dance between two people looking for
love, acceptance, and a happy ending. Ms. Cooper-Posey writes with
heart and is a gift to the writing industry.
Kristi Ahlers, Amazon Top 500 reviewer
LUCIFER’S LOVER had me breathless from the first page as I felt the
sparks fly between Lindsay and Luke that would ultimately end in an
undeniable love that would stand all their insecurities and fears.
Tracy Cooper-Posey brings her reader a heart searching tale between
two lovers who are forced to face the scars of their past as they
succumb to the love that cannot be denied. You will not want to miss
this tale that will have your crying with the characters as they
face their hurt and rejoicing when they finally accept what their
love has to offer.
Briana for Romance Junkies
Lucifer’s Lover is a wonderful read. It was fun watching the two in
their daily banter. The morning after when he meets her father at
breakfast, that was an unforgettable scene. Ms. Cooper-Posey has
written such a charming story about two people who are so in tune
with each other but afraid to release what their hearts store. I
could not help but fall in love with this well-written story and the
characters on their path to self-discovery and the makings of a real
family life. Ms. Cooper-Posey touches the heart and makes you feel
everything, and that is why I rate it 5 cups.
Cherokee, Coffee Time Romance
The ending is so real-life, the arguments, the words and actions
draws the reader into the characters lives and you're left feeling
as though you’ve experienced the entire thing yourself. There are
many powerful scenes as Luke and Lyndsay learn to open up their
lives to one another. Ms. Cooper-Posey’s Lucifer’s Lover is a
charming mix of humor and heat, such that I personally can’t wait to
pick up another of her novels.
Valeen, The Romance Readers Connection
"Lucifer's Lover is an obsessively enchanting tale of a battle of
wills that turns into a life changing romance. With strong,
well-defined characters and a storyline that reaches into your
imagination, I relished reading Lucifer's Lover from start to
finish. If you love your characters with a bit of gumption and a
whole lot of personality then this is one you cannot pass up."
Sheryl for eCataromance
“Devilishly entertaining! Wickedly wonderful! Almost too hot to pick
up, but too good to put down.”
Victoria Dark, Author of Dangerous to Love
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Lucifer's Lover is Lindsay Eden, who is obsessed with achievement
and determined to outshine the memory of her mother's illustrious
career. Despite an alarming lack of people skills, she has managed
to make it to the head of the marketing and public relations
department of the exclusive Freeman Hotel, high up in the rarified
mountain air of northern Washington. She might have got further
faster, if it were not for her closest rival -- the charming
newcomer, Lucifer Furey Pierse.
Luke spends most of his time talking about his wonderful New York,
and a bewildering parade of eccentric relatives -- when he's not
watching the clock and waiting for 5.00pm to shoot out the door. Yet
he's still one of the best marketing men Lindsay has ever seen. No
one knows much about him except that he could turn a murder into a
side-splitting comedy routine. He also has an eye for women,
including an inexplicable attraction for the prickly, definitely
Their rivalry erupts into a competition to win a highly elusive
account. The stakes are high. If Luke wins, he gets a date with
Lindsay. If Lindsay wins, Luke leaves town...forever.
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Lucifer's Lover first emerged in fragmented chapters and pieces,
many years ago. I was always fascinated by the idea of two people
who professed to hate each other slowly uncovering the truth; that
they really love each other with a world-moving depth and devotion.
But because the story starts out with two people snarling at each
other -- two people who are not plastic perfection, who have strange
quirks and odd lives -- there was never any way the big New York
publishers would look past page two, let alone buy it.
However, the story kept tugging on me, until finally I shrugged, and
finished it. I had a blast writing it, and Lucifer is certainly up
at the top of the ranked list of my books. I just so grateful that
Archebooks agreed with me that the story was, indeed, worth the
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Casting the Movie...
I often get asked who I would cast in the movie of my book, if it
should ever come to pass, so just for fun:
Movie producer's pitch:
Working Girl grows up and moves to the mountains.
Lyndsay: Keira Knightley
Luke: Colin Farrell
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