Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Luck of the Draw

Luck of the Draw
by Rachael Renee Anderson

Luck of the Draw

Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Romance, Young Adult

Rating: Y

Content: Clean


When Brighton's roommates bet him that he can't get three girls to go out with him at the same time, he has no doubt that he's up to the challenge. Besides, the prospect of an entire month of free laundry is just too enticing to resist. Of course, that's before he meets Dani--a girl who's never had a problem turning down a not-so-perfect guy. Soon Brighton realizes that winning the bet might mean losing what really matters most. This fast-paced modern romance is told with wit, sweetness, and a healthy dose of fun. It's a sure bet that Luck of the Draw will keep you laughing to the very last page.

Personal Review:

This book was an enjoyable read. I was surprised to find that the little summary of the book is just a small portion of what this book is about. This is the type of book that I would read when in the mood for a chick flick (however you have already seen all of the good clean chick flicks and so you have to read one instead.)


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