With a Little Luck
If love is in the cards, then somebody stacked the deck. Los Angeles radio DJ Beryl “Berry” Lambert, whose name means luck, doesn’t much believe in it—although, thanks to her dear old gambling dad, she’s a bit superstitious, certain that everything happens for a reason. She keeps a four-leaf... show more
If love is in the cards, then somebody stacked the deck. Los Angeles radio DJ Beryl “Berry” Lambert, whose name means luck, doesn’t much believe in it—although, thanks to her dear old gambling dad, she’s a bit superstitious, certain that everything happens for a reason. She keeps a four-leaf clover in her wallet, never takes off her horseshoe necklace, and won’t tempt fate by walking under a ladder or opening an umbrella indoors. Ever.When it comes to love, though, she could use a little luck. Two disastrous relationships back-to-back can mean only one thing to a woman who knows that everything good or bad happens in threes: A third Mr. Wrong is imminent. But fellow DJ Ryan Riley goes against the odds. Their on-air battle of the sexes is a hit for the station and sparks some serious heat after hours. Ryan is funny and sexy, and he thinks Berry’s quirkiness is cute. Is their romance doomed by the numbers—or is a girl who leaves nothing to chance finally ready to gamble?Caprice Crane’s witty, winsome novel about the game of modern romance proves that with a little luck and the right stakes, everybody wins.
Publish date: July 26th 2011
Pages no: 303
Edition language: English
Not as good as "Stupid and Contagious" but definitely charming and sweet.
This book is killing me. It's so well written and so tragic... I can relate to that snowballing of "shit cocktails" as the MC so fabulously puts it.The end seems to come up a little quick. Everything kinda wraps up fast but it's still a great read and I highly suggest it :D
*3.5 stars*This was cute and quirky but at times was over the top even for me. I was expecting a romance but this more like chick-lit which I am not as much of a fan of so that's why I rounded up to 4 stars. It was breezy and light although I think the book was trying to be a little deeper. But, ...
2.5 starsThis is the first Caprice Crane novel that I’ve read so I didn’t know what to expect; however, I follow her on twitter and she’s constantly cracking me up. I was hoping for the same humor in novel form but it didn’t hit the mark for me. For the first third of the book there was no apparent ...