Lucky In Love Kindle Edition
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I absolutely loved Lucky's character. I found her to be a perfect female lead for a book. She stood her ground at times, but not in an overbearing way. I sometimes cannot stand a female character that is too strong. She needs to have some weaknesses to prove she is human. And Lucky was just that. She had a few secrets, but soon found out as time went on that someone was privy to them. Someone cared enough to look closer at her without her knowing and see the real Lucky.
But Lucky wasn't the only great character...the guys were just as fabulous. Each one was different with wonderful qualities to their name. I know when I was in college and I had a male roommate...he was nothing like these guys. Each one acted like the best friend or the big brother towards Lucky; each possessing a sense of protectiveness for Lucky. It was great. And again I ask myself how did I not get this lucky? (No pun intended.)
I flew through this book finding I could not get enough of it. It was just too adorable! I found myself smiling at a lot of the stuff that went on. But I also found myself wanting to scream at a certain character if he wouldn't grow up and man up! And that ending...oh that silly ending!! It was too funny. Yeah, the author could probably do a spin off about that stupid couch. LOL! Seriously though, if you are looking for a fun read with a touch of romance then Lucky in Love is just the book you are looking for.
Um, I'm not sure if this was that awesome a read. I did find myself tearing up a few times but I also found myself skipping ahead. It could be that I'm just so demanding. Maybe I've been reading too many short stories that just get to the point without all this drawn out stuff. Either way, this was just okay.
I think it took too long for Lucky to get what she deserved. Plus, the fact that she had to make such a drastic decision and follow through before it came down to it was depressing. 7 years is too long to sit on the sideline waiting. Plus, the way she was treated after the big reveal was terrible. Neither one speaking their minds.
So, I didn't want to spoil anything for those who intend to read this one so even though it's cryptic I hope it makes sense. It wasn't my favorite read but it wasn't awful.
Most days Lucky doesn't mind being single. And why would she? Between her three male roommates, there's always someone around to keep her company. But then as relationships evolve and change, Lucky soon finds herself being left behind.
When Lucky's birthday rolls around and she finds herself being the only one without a date in a room full of people, she has to face the sad truth that the three men in her life all have women in their lives that aren't her.
Lucky finally asks herself how she wound up there. Has love been avoiding her...or has she been avoiding love?
Published April 12th 2012
I went to reading this book knowing what to expect. Too bad the author didn't agree with me. This book was fun and easy to get into and the characters are adorable in their own way, but the story felt like it was at a stand still the full 242 pages.
Lucky (Lindsay) was always complaining about not having a boyfriend, but lived with 3 HOT men. In my opinion it's impossible not to have something happen in between 6 years of living together. Anyway, she had a friend who would drag her everywhere and match her up with a guy. Of course the friend then gets together with one of the men and lives a happily ever after.
All Lucky does is complain about her own life and pick bad men. The only way she can get a fresh start (in her head) is to move halfway around the world. Much to her roommates dismay, it's exactly what she does. Then of course she comes back and everyone accepts her, she gets the guy and happily ever after.
The ending wasn't believable at all and her relationship gave me whiplash. Both the heroine and the love intrest acted like they didn't want a relationship the entire novel. Lucky would have a few breakdowns in private and the love intrest would then profess his love whilst being drunk. That helped the situation a lot.
Have you ever read a book where the heroine and the love intrest share one drunk (on his part) kiss and it's happily ever after? Well that's this book. If you don't want that, then don't pick it up.
"Unable and unwilling to truly recover, I had built up a wall I knew nobody would climb. Then, I had strategically placed good looking men around it to keep me from breaking through it myself."
"I'm old now. I can't party like you young kids anymore."
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