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One Lucky Night Paperback – April 12, 2014
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Top Customer Reviews
Four years ago Derek left Andrea because he felt like he was honoring his best friend’s last wishes, even though it tore him apart to do so. Andrea never got over Derek. She had been in love with him for as long as she could remember, but he ripped her heart out when he left without a word. When a repairman is called to fix the dishwasher where he is the chef, the last person he expects to walk in the door is Andrea. They are both thrown for a loop as they are forced to face their past. Derek can’t help but want to be with her, she is the only person he has ever wanted. Andrea would love answers about why he left and had not contacted her in four years.
As the night wears on, they can’t help but feel the pull between them. Soon they are making out in a cramped hallway in the back of the bar. Is Andrea ready to forgive him and move forward in their lives together? Is Derek ready to follow his heart and claim the only woman he has ever loved? This is a wonderful story about coming to terms with your past and getting a second chance at love. I felt so sorry for Derek and all the agony he was going through regarding the death of Andrea’s brother, but knew he needed to forgive himself and move on. Will they get their HEA? You will need to read the story to find out!
Lucky Star by Grace Teague Review
During a frightening mugging, Charlotte realizes that she is in love with her best friend Tommy. When she finally gets up the nerve to confess her feelings, she invites him to her local pub, The Brazen Head so she can be on neutral ground. She has no idea if Tommy feels the same way, but she knows she can’t go on without telling him.Read more ›
This was a fun and entertaining read that centered on events and characters that work and/or visit Boston’s Brazen Head Pub. I enjoyed the concept of the old Irish Man handing advice to each individual in a subtle way so that they could approach their love interest, reconsider a situation or just enlighten that particular character in regards to their love life.
Lucky Break by Aria Kane
I really enjoyed this one because the author made sure that the connection between Derek and Andrea shined through. Even though short, sweet and to the point, this story brought about lots of emotions and interactions that made the reconnection between Derek and Andrea seem believable.
I loved that they hesitated and questioned what they were feeling even though the attraction they had shared was still there. Matured and with a broader understanding of circumstances, Derek and Andrea let go of their guilt and their resentment to allow themselves the chance to explore what once had brought them together.
Lucky Star by Grace Teague
I admit that this one was not one of my favorite reads of the collection simply because Charlotte seemed to be too needy. I understood where she was coming from but she whined too much and did allow herself the chance for Tommy to make a move.
It didn't help that the pace dragged a bit and that Charlotte and Tommy didn't interact enough for me to believe the connection the author tried to bring to the page. I especially would have loved to see Tommy's POV in this story. I think he was a complex individual that because of the length of the story was not allowed to show his true-self.
Just not the right story for me, but enjoyable nonetheless.Read more ›
One lucky night is a great book for when you are looking for a quick and happy pick me up. I started out reading the first three stories one at a time, each in between a full length novel that I had read. I thought it would be nice to insert some quick sexy fun between each of my longer books. But by the third one, I had gotten impatient and I was having much too much fun seeing how all the stories fit together to stick to my self imposed rule of reading the stories one at a time. I gobbled up the rest of the book in one reading.
I don't even know which of the stories I like the best. They are all really great. I enjoyed Charlotte's story, as well as Holly's. Oh, but I can't forget about the brothers Sean and Killian. They were great as well. Plus Killian's story came last and by the end of the book, I was dying to see why he was in a kilt the whole night. All of the earlier stories alluded to some sort of bet, and I couldn't wait to see what it was.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The one thing I loved most about this anthology is that each author wrote a story about different characters that either own, work at, or frequent the same pub. Read morePublished on May 29, 2014 by Cheryl Sanders
This book has five short stories that all interconnect. Each story is about one couple, but when you put them all together you get the whole story of what happened that night at... Read morePublished on May 29, 2014 by WiLoveBooks
Normally I don't like a collection of short stories because I always wanna read more about the characters and what is all going on and how they end up, but I must say that I really... Read morePublished on May 26, 2014 by Chill462000
One Lucky Night is a 5 novella in one book !!! Not just that, the novellas all have to do with people who all have something to do with the Boston’s Brazen Head Pub. Read morePublished on May 26, 2014 by Danielle ShortandSassy
I don't read many compilations. Usually I find the stories too short, too scattered. But one thing I do enjoy is when they are all intertwined together. Read morePublished on May 25, 2014 by Liz @ Fictional Candy
This book of short stories has some fantastic features. All five of the stories tell a different love story on the same night and place. Read morePublished on May 21, 2014 by Kristen Armstrong
I absolutely loved the concept of this book All these authors, telling the stories about the same family just different members, with their own twists and turns. Read morePublished on May 18, 2014 by KathySat
I love a good romance and have shied away from novellas in the past because the writing styles can be so different. Read morePublished on May 16, 2014 by N. N. Light