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Lucky Number Six (The Fortune Cookie Diaries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The synopsis does an amazing job of telling you what the book is about so I will skip that. I loved the characters and the quirky and sometimes silly story line. I believe this is the first time, and it will probably be my last, that I made the note, “HaHa…the unicorn farts rainbows.”
I immediately bought book 2, read it, loved it and waiting anxiously for book #3. I’m not going to say it cured my flu but it certainly helped me not be so miserable. So if you need a little pick me up and are looking for a quirky, funny, feel good, laugh out loud story with characters you will fall in love with then grab Lucky Number #6, Book 1 of the Fortune Cookie Diaries. It’s FREE and Great!!!!
She dropped the duck into the enclosure, watching the duck walk through the straw to a small pool.
Quickly pulling her wet hair into a braid, and a light dusting of makeup, she grabbed the muddy pantsuit, purse and keys.
Here's an example of nonsensical wording. I guess it's an attempt at a play on words?
She and Janet shared the townhouse, after buying it for a song. The lyrics to renovate nearly killed them, but it was done and they enjoyed the place.
But this one wins the prize for most poorly worded sentence:
Pretty sure it wasn't taken seriously at their grins, she shrugged and signed the little slip.
Also, in just the first chapter, there were half a dozen missing words, which made reading difficult and annoying.
Please, please learn basic grammar and sentence structure before trying to launch a professional writing career.
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