Hats off to Bapsy Jain for writing a book with such well defined characters and a gripping story that makes it difficult to put down.
Intertwined with spiritual lessons and scenes from her past in India, the reader can't help but be drawn to Lucky's charisma and strong spirit.
This book is correct in that we're always having these things explained to us, and we never understand them until it's been too late.
Very well written! It always caught me by surprise by one courageous lady named Lucky! I'm still dumb founded by the ending ...Published 4 months ago by Mitzi
Once in a while comes an unusual novel that is a truly magical page turner. The number of books written by Indian authors, makes Bapsy Jain's book "Lucky Everyday" run the risk of... Read morePublished 14 months ago by FireBird
I enjoyed this read, with its suspense, the main character's grit, and the conveyance of the power of yoga. Interesting combinations.Published 19 months ago by M. Veatch
I do not usually write a review but this book is worth for me to do so. Marrying a rich and handsome man who loves us and whom we love is a dream of every woman. But watch out! Read morePublished on March 10, 2010 by T. Trang
A friend of mine recommended this book to me and I bought it from Amazon. Having recently gotten out of a long term relationship myself I could completely relate to Lucky Boyce's... Read morePublished on January 18, 2010 by Mengzhu Wang
"Lucky Everyday," an inspiring novel, captures the human spirit's ability to adjust to challenging twists that life often throws our way. Read morePublished on January 15, 2010 by Ksenia Denisova
Lucky Everyday is a fun, exciting, and moving book. Lucky is an Indian woman who moves back to America after losing her husband, her job, and her status. Read morePublished on January 14, 2010 by Karen Zahray
This fast-paced and absorbing novel follows Lucky through the twists and turns of her unusual life in America. Read morePublished on August 19, 2009 by Tara S