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Getting Lucky Kindle Edition
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This book is based on Zach, one of Coops marine buddies (Coop from the first one Head over Heels) who meets and eventually falls in love with Lily.
Ok so the love story of it is completely obvious etc but if you like girly reads, then this book is excellent. It isn't just a love story there is a kidnapping part to the story and lots of other smaller characters as well as Coop and John (Rocket).
Definately worth a read, I have only just started reading Susan Andersen's books but I have enjoyed every single one I have read so far, so definately give it a go :)
Lily Morrisette well knows that Glynnis is bad at picking friends, but that is no reason for the control-freak of a brother to automatically assume that she is mooching off of Glynnis. Lily refuses to shut him up by showing one of her huge paycheck stubs. After all, she has done nothing wrong and has no need to prove herself to the bully. And Zach has no right to decide who Glynnis should marry! Lily finally tells Zach that his sister is headed to Washington state to meet his family, but if Master Sergeant Taylor wants to find Glynnis, he will have to take her with him. Lily plans to stand by her friend's side and keep the marine from ruining his sister's happiness.
When the pair arrives at their destination it is to find no Glynnis waiting for them. The Beaumont family is hysterical because David and Glynnis have been kidnapped. The ransom note and death threat has everyone in an uproar. Zach is a trained strategist, yet every member of the Beaumont family seems to be going out of their way to make his plans of rescuing his sister impossible!Read more ›
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The hero is good eye candy with trust issues. He is growly and a jerk at first. However, Andersen does a good job showing us why Lily falls for him and she makes him grovel later which is always good.
There is a bit of a madcap romance going on as we are on the road racing toward a destination and stumble into an estate with a nefarious plot going on while being trailed by another bad guy.
I have some issues with the some what impotent stereotypical Latino young villain. But overall this is a pleasurable read.
Zach is hardheaded, stubborn and leery of everyone. He is especially suspicious when his baby sister is involved. She is sweet and trusting and has gotten taken advantage of before.
Lily is sweet, kind, and determined. She tries to be nice and overlook Zach's neanderthal behavior but a women can only take so much.
The tension and attraction between these two was through the roof. I really enjoyed the interaction between the characters. It was easy to relate to them.
The twists and turns of the plot will keep you on your toes. I was thoroughly entertained.
Although it is not necessary to read Head over Heels(the first book in this series) before reading Getting Lucky, I would because it was also a good read.
I recommend Getting Lucky to anyone who likes romance.
This is perhaps the best Susan Andersen I remember. You'll put it on your keeper shelf and never let it go.