- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1299 KB
- Print Length: 266 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519266952
- Publisher: Delesty Books (30 Nov. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017LDY9CI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 30 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,684 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
I enjoy this author’s unique writing style. This story is told in a dual POV, of Penny in the present, and Blake in the past, which is intriguing. I was hooked from the very beginning, and look forward to reading more of this authors work in the future. Recommend to all lovers of second chance romances!
I have wept reading this story, I have laughed and I then I have shouted out my anger at the way things have played out in the book and the way some people acted. I know that the story had to play out the way it did but my goodness you see saw through so many emotions.
Penny is made an orphan , thrust into the foster care system. Once she arrives at the foster house she finds friendship, love and family with Blake also an orphan . Over the years they become everything to each other. The foster parent are monsters, Blake and penny need each other to survive.
This is the story of what happens when you are torn from your soulmate and family. But how sometimes love and fate can find away.
I normally wouldn't read a book like this and open myself up to such hard subjects but I promised myself I would open up to new challenges. So I read this story , I'm so glad I did . It's about survival, love and never giving up. And yes sometimes you need to struggle to make you stronger in the end
OMG. What a book. What a story. Ms.Cotton has created a master piece. The characters are real and well developed. The story line is perfectly timed and all events are lined up in a perfect order. The writing style just speaks to me. The world created just sucks you in and doesn't want you to let go until you finish.
The book made me cry, laugh and curse so much. It was a total roller coaster. Both main characters are just perfect. They have good and bad sides of them. They are broken souls who find after many years find themselves again.
Penny is a poor girl who is trying to find herself again. Firstly she lost her purpose of live with her parents death and then when she was separated from Blake. Since she became an adult she was trying to find a new purpose and way of living and not simply existing. The summer on a campus, taking care of kids from foster families. There she met Blake again and this meeting lead her to question her life, to love again but also to have her heart broken all over again.
Blake... I love him but so many times I wanted to kick his fine ass. I loved that he still felt strongly towards Penny and that he was still protective but his way of showing it sometimes made me scream. Literally. And even though he was determined to be with her it took him long time to actually tell his family that he doesn't care about the status and proper behavior as per his social status.
This book is so emotional that I cried so hard and messaged Lianne saying that it's her fault.
This book so deserves more than 5 stars!! <3
This was the first book I have read by LA Cotton and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved it, I will be reading more of her work in the future.
Lucky Penny was a story that evoked quite strong emotions in me whilst I was reading it. I honestly felt like I was living it alongside the characters, especially Penny.
I felt an instant connection with Penny in this book, there was just something about her character that captured my interest and I felt like I could relate to her. She had been through so much trauma and my heart broke for the relationship she missed out on with Blake.
I wasn't sure about Blake, I had mixed feelings about him at times but once we got into the story and realised the driving factors in some of his decisions I felt like I understood him better. I was so sad for the life Blake had been living, even though he was given anything his heart desired he was still stuck in a place he didn't want to be.
This story was an emotional read that made me shed some tears at times. It also gave me a few giggles where Marissa was involved and I hope she gets a story of her own.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow! Lucky Penny is one of those books that I've been meaning to read but just never got around to, I'm so glad I took the time to eventually read it as it's a... Read more
I loved this story.
I've been in bit of a book slump recently, fed up of reading the same old repetitive things but I got this (I think) as a freebie and it drew me in... Read more
I was thrown by the title. But as a love story it would be enjoyed by those into that sort of book..Published 7 months ago by Molly Eppy
Brilliant story of 2 kids, penny and Blake who grow up in foster care and can't wait for the day they turn 18 and can finally be free. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gemma
Was given a free brook for an honest review. Absolutely loved this book. I was rooting for Penny and Blake since he was taken from the Freemans. Read morePublished 8 months ago by laura button
A heart wrenching standalone. Penny and Blake I connected with them both straight away. A story about 2 kids who love each other growing up in foster care both waiting for the day... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Karen Conway
It's a okay read. I liked the storyline with them meeting as kids...But what happen to the strong young man...... quite boring..Published 13 months ago by m o'connor
I loved this book very much and I thought the issues revolving around the story were handled perfectly. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Laura Smith