- File Size: 1846 KB
- Print Length: 347 pages
- Publication Date: November 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077G6ZMJY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,291,998 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fortune (Not Like the Moves Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Life changing events are abundant in this sweet and sexy novel. It is steamy without the main characters having what the public assumes would be wild rock and roll drugs and sex. Oh sure, they play their part in this story, but it is so much more.
This is a story of independence and growth, strength and finding oneself. Each time it seems as if progress is made, obstacles rear their ugly heads. Even when selfish people aren't necessarily trying to create trouble for the protagonists, their greed and desire for a moment of fame hurts Darcy and Grace. This is also a novel of forgiveness.
An entertaining behind the scenes look at the business world and how love often has its own agenda.
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Meet Grace Storey, wants out of her small town for three reasons.Work, better cellphone service and find her Prince Charming. That seems shallow, but Grace is a strong young woman who has depth.
Fate puts her in Darcy's way.
Darcy Fortune is the leadsinger of a famous rock band. He wants three things from life too. but his manager and label have other ideas.
They meet and worlds collide. but then they create something beautiful. Something worth fighting for. And both have a fight at their hands.
I liked the story, the writing and the characters. Fortune kept me well entertained, I give 4,5 stars. Thank you, Lauren K. McKellar.
It was all pretend. A fluke how they met. This will never work. Right.
A super star and a shy girl from the country. But does it ever. The chemistry......omg. You can feel it. You can taste it.
You can feel the actual moment when pretend turns into real feelings. And it's a roller coaster from there.
Follow this amazing journey of two people who deserve nothing more than to be happy.
Loved the characters. Loved the story. Five stars by far. Thank you Lauren⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This is Grace Storey’s tale. She lives in a small Australian town and wants to leave. Heartbreak and devastation have left her with nowhere else to go. She tells herself it’s for the better cell coverage and that she wants to find her Prince Charming, but what happens when she meets someone from her past. Someone she once wished was hers?
Darcy Fortune was her brother’s best friend, once, a long time ago, but now?
He’s a rock star, leader singer of a renowned rock band who’s surprised to run into his friend’s little sister.
Grace is sexy and has a sassy mouth, she doesn’t let Darcy charm her the way he’d like, but he wasn’t to be put off.
This was a quirky, fun story that was very enjoyable to read.
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I adored Grace and Darcy and loved going on this roller coaster of emotion with them.Read more
Fortune was a great easy read that I really enjoyed.
This is the first book I've read by Lauren McKellar and it can be read as an entirely standalone novel.Read more