Sunday, August 25, 2019

#BookReview – “Lucky Me” by Kelly Moran


Declan O’Leary’s family is cursed. For the past one-hundred years, bad things happen if they fall in love. So Declan lives his life one woman at a time. Until he meets Lily Durand and he finds himself wishing for a forever that can never be. Yet their fate encounter and one week of bliss just might be enough to turn his luck around. 


Declan O’Leary lives his life day by day, one woman at a time. He can’t afford to fall in love because of a century-old family curse. When he first sees Lily, he’s instantly attracted to her but she’s one elusive woman. Every time he approaches her, something happens and she gets away. Finally, a week before St. Patrick’s Day, he sees her in his brother’s pub and finally talks to her. Not only is she beautiful, but brainy too. They instantly hit it off, and he finds himself making an offer he’d never expected to make—they could be together for one week and then say goodbye, no strings attached.
This is a great story. Declan’s fear of love and losing the woman he loves is heartfelt and so understandable. His family has been through so much pain, especially his sexy older brother Aiden, and Declan doesn’t want to follow in their footsteps. Lily’s back story is heart wrenching too. Though different, their pain drew them together in ways neither expected and in ways they didn’t know they wanted.
Though I found the pacing a little slow at times, it’s very refreshing to read a story without typos. I noticed absolutely none in this story. Bravo to the author! It’s told in first person, Declan’s POV. It was a little strange to only read from the hero’s POV, but it made sense for the plot. I still got to know Lily very well, so I don’t think I missed anything by not reading in her POV.
If you want a sweet, heartwarming, and very sexy story, this is a great book to pick up.
5 Stars

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