Friday the 13th is supposed to be an unlucky day. So I thought I would post a list of books, that I have read, or want to read with the word “luck” in the title.
- The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan is a book that’s been on my To Be Read list for a while. It’s a story about family, and relationships.
2. Get Lucky by Katherine Center is a story about a woman who decides to change her luck. It’s a lovely story that I enjoyed very much about families and their relationships.
3. Good Luck With That by Kristan Higgins is a very emotional and often humorous book about three women, friends from camp who are all dealing with weight issues. I loved this book and the relationship between the three women.
#4. Beginners Luck by Kate Clayborn is the first book in her Chance of a Lifetime series which follows three women who share a lottery win. This first book follows Kit Averin, a scientist who wants to use her winnings to buy a home. I enjoyed this series because Kate Clayborn writes about highly intelligent women using humor and a lot of heart in her stories.
#5. Luck of the Draw by Kate Clayborn is the second book in her Chance of a Lifetime series. Luck of the Draw follows Zoe Ferris who was able to use her winnings in the lottery to quit her job as a high-powered attorney. This book includes a fake fiance trope and both main characters have a lot of baggage to overcome.
#6. Best of Luck by Kate Clayborn is the third book in her Chance of a Lifetime series and it follows Greer Hawthorne as she uses her winnings to pursue her long-overdue education. This book finds Greer having to escape her overprotective family and has a hero who is commitment adverse.
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