Lady Luck: Born To Lose

Rated 4.13/5 based on 8 reviews
SWEET ROMANCE:Though Lady Luck had more spunk than skills, she was determined not only to restore the bungalow she found, but also replace the sign above the porch, that read, “Born To Lose." She promised herself, that one day, when it looked the part, she would change its name to “Lady Luck.” What she didn’t expect was a drop-dead officer of the law to take an interest. More

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B. F. Goodrich draws from knowing a little bit about everything, and a little bit more about the relationships between men and women and real estate. “I love the dynamics––the magic––it's natural to write about what you know and love. ”

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Born To Lose
Born To Lose? Lady Luck never thought so, but then she bought a little bungalow that had a sign over the front door: "Born To Lose.” Was it a bad omen? In her darkest moments she sang the song . . .

Turn Me On
Lady Luck sang this song repeatedly the night she wrote the letter she was certain would never be read.

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ron kenderick reviewed on on June 20, 2013

A great read...,whoever gave it the one star obviously just wanted to do a rip job and run like a thief in the night. I have enjoyed reading all of these. B.F. mixes so many genres whats not to like.
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Aussiescribbler reviewed on on May 14, 2013

I don't read many romance stories, but this one charmed me and warmed my heart. For me the power of the romance is determined by the aching vulnerability which precedes it, and B.F. knows how to lay her heroine's heart on the line. Combine this with some cheekily playful dialogue, and even some home decorating hints for those so inclined, and you have a story to treasure.
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Gretchen Ulanch reviewed on on May 7, 2013

After I read Love Boxes, I thought I'd like to read everything from this publisher. Like Love Boxes, it was a great story. It more of a love story in some ways. Perhaps there was too much descriptive writing for BRS. But I disagree with that perception. I thought the author's word choice really helped the reader see the house that she decorated. Since I love old houses and using creativity, I really liked enjoyed that part. I thought the part about Lady Luck driving with the trees in her car was funny! The romance was sweet. I don't particularly like too much intimacy in a story... this author showed the love in just the right way without making me blush! It was a true love story. I really enjoyed this story. Looking forward to more from this publisher.
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Brasse Brasser reviewed on on April 30, 2013

I find the previous review amazing. B RS is not even listed on this site. The 1 rating is obviously a hit and run attack. It is anyones guess why. That said, I found the story well written and delightful.
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B RS reviewed on on April 30, 2013

Totally pants! there is no story, no characters. the whole thing is implausible. Absolutely annoying!
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G. Alan reviewed on on April 26, 2013

I liked it and am looking forward to the second book in the trilogy. I lived in Grand Rapids for a period of time so this was especially enjoyable. Then too, I am a romantic!
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Babe Ruth reviewed on on April 23, 2013

This is a fascinating feel-good story with lots of photos. It's hard to believe it's free. I wrote the author and found the wrong version had been downloaded by the publisher. This resulted in the repeat paragraph that the other reviewer here referred to. By the time I read the book, this error had been corrected. Lady Luck was not only enjoyable to read on PDF, but beautful to look at. Congratulations to the author! I look forward to Book 2 and Book 3 of this trilogy.
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hrhsophia reviewed on on April 21, 2013

This started out promising but midway it started to repeat a paragraph and then the plot went out the window.
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