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Not So Lucky: Episode One (Lucky Clover Romance Series Book 1) by [Workman, RaShelle]
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Start the series that's sold more than a million copies! BLOOD AND SNOW, book one is free: http://amzn.to/1WAfXKw. RaShelle Workman is a bestselling hybrid author with books published through Curiosity Quills and her own company, Polished Pen Press. She loves baking, coming up with new taco recipes, and spending time with her family. Currently, she lives in Utah with her husband, three children, and their three dogs. Check out all of her books at: www.rashelleworkman.com. Or, sign up for her newsletter to receive the latest updates here: http://eepurl.com/sd_xP.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1947 KB
  • Print Length: 141 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Polished Pen Press Corporation (7 July 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00YTRCSBY
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #729,480 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The first book in RaShelle Workman’s new Lucky Clover Romance series is fun, sexy, has great characters and enough mystery to keep us turning the pages.
Lucky is not just a replica of RaShelle Workman’s other female protagonists, although she does share the same resilient spirit. Lucky is ambitious, romantic, smart and trusting. When we meet her she isn’t feeling as positive as her name suggests but despite seeing her glass as half empty I think she is still someone we would love to know!
Lucky shares her story with Maxwell – the charming playboy singer of Toxic Suspects. He is used to having women fall at his feet and one-night stands are his hobby – until he meets Lucky.
RaShelle Workman weaves the lives of these characters together well; their chemistry meaning that Not So Lucky is much steamier than any of her previous novels!
Not So Lucky is another example of the fact that RaShelle Workman can turn her hand to any genre and new and old fans will happily follow her, waiting until she drops the next great story into our laps!
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Not so Lucky is the first book in the Lucky Clover series by Rashelle Workman. Great first part, characters are totally believable. The story flows easily and most of us can relate to some of the happenings. Max is such a hottie. Lucky is so loveable and Birdy is one loyal BFF. I am so looking forward to Book 2. I was awarded this ARC in return for an honest review.
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A quick, easy read with intrigue, angst and a murder...

Lucy has her life planned out she knows what she wants and when she wants it...unfortunately for her life has other ideas...

While in a club with her bestfriend and roommate to watch Toxic Suspects, she notices her fiance who is supposed to be away for the weekend, getting up close and personal with another woman immediately confronting him, he tries to brush the whole thing off as a one off before they get married.

Lucky obviously upset, confused and hurt finds solace in the arms of none other than Maxwell Legend lead singer of Toxic Suspects and what leads to an unforgettable night.

Just when she thinks things are looking up for her, her ex fiance is found dead and the prime suspect is none other than Birdie her roommate...

This is episode 1 in 4 part series, for me personally I won't be continuing with them as I just couldn't connect to the character's nor the story. There wasn't enough substance in the plot to keep me interested but I can see why it would appeal to fans of short episode style novella's and although I won't continue with the series I would recommend to readers who enjoy this style of story.

** Arc received in exchange for an honest courtesy of WTMO Book Blog **
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Another masterpiece thank you
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8bc45f9c) out of 5 stars 58 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8be4a9fc) out of 5 stars Not much character development 23 Aug. 2015
By Anne Westbrook - Published on Amazon.com
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Very short story (didn't realize before downloading). I feel like you barely get into the story before it ends abruptly and you need to get the next book/novella in order to continue. The writing itself is entertaining, but I don't think I'll continue the series.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8be4ac48) out of 5 stars How can you have a murder mystery if the murder dosn't happen till the End of the book? 27 Aug. 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Cliff hànger alert
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8be4ac0c) out of 5 stars Broken up story line, not a series. 28 Sept. 2015
By Renee B - Published on Amazon.com
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While the writing is decent and the story line is predictable, but fairly well written, the fact that the writer decided to write several mini books and call it a series is annoying. This should have been a single book, rather that a multiple books. It isn't good enough for me to purchase the 'rest' of the story. It comes across as trying to nickle and dime you through purchasing a single story line.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8be4af00) out of 5 stars I was actually enjoing the book, just starting to ... 26 Oct. 2015
By bic - Published on Amazon.com
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I was actually enjoing the book, just starting to get into the plot when it ends. The author takes a book of chapters and breaks it up into a "series:, leaving you hanging just after the murder occurs after Book 1. Book 2 only has 72 pages, and Book 3, 108. I'm thinking you have to purchase the entire series to find out was the murderer. Why not charge more and have the entire book rather than call it a series I'll stop after book 1 as although I was enjoying reading it, I feel it is misleading by the author and not interested in purchasing 4 books to see how the story ends, or maybe it never does and the author keeps adding more books in the "series" to keep the reader purchasing her books.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8be4af60) out of 5 stars When It Rains It Pours For Poor Lucky Clover Green . . . 8 July 2015
By Rae Sontheyon (@Hey, It Was Free!) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This girl has a life that just goes from right to wrong then right to wrong again. RaShelle Workman has given readers a quirky lovable but strong female lead that won't give up on dreams, despite how unlucky her circumstances may seem at times.

Lucky Clover Green is determined to land that post grad job at a law firm based on her own hard working merit. It's a part of her life plan and she's sticking to it if only to prove her hippie go with the flow parents wrong. However, life is hard and Lucky can't seem to catch a break. Only one thing seems to be going right and it should be all wrong for her life plan, his name is Maxwell Legend, the smoking hot lead singer from Toxic Suspects. Maxwell too is confused by how right Lucky feels when she's near him. He's supposed to be pursuing his bands plan for fame not looking for more than a normal one night stand with a girl he hardly knows. It's their chemistry that pulls them together even when things really begin to unravel in Lucky's life which spiral from one thing to another all around the murder of Edward, Lucky's ex-fiancé.

Overall, I enjoyed the story, and was pulled into the characters lives, especially Lucky's woes of trying to get her life in order. I mean as a 23 year old who is also trying to land her dream job, Lucky's plight of job hunting hit home for me. Now if only I could find my own hot billionaire! JK, sort of, but seriously Lucky is one strong resilient female on a mission who will not be dissuaded. My only qualms about the story is how her roommate Birdy is supposed to be her super BFF, but then she's shown to have known all along what a horrible dirty jerk Lucky's fiancé Edward is. For the entire relationship between Lucky and Edward, Birdy seems to have only voiced her issues here and there, when a true friend would have shown evidence or tried to really explain her issues with her friends boyfriend instead of just call him names. Plus there is a lot of backstory to the rich kids Lucky hangs out with that needs more explaining if it's going to be believable and all click together in the end. Because the drama is getting big and poor Lucky is just stuck in the middle. The story ends with questions and a cliffhanger, so I'll definitely be reading on to find out how Lucky plans to figure it all out.

**I received a free copy in return for an honest review**

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