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Publisher's Summary

Some people collect lucky rabbit’s feet.

Apparently I collect lucky boyfriends.

So when my luck changes after run-ins with three gorgeous guys?

I’m not sure which one is the source of my newfound fortune.

Roman, my old highschool crush, who shows up in Vegas looking more tall, dark, and handsome than I remembered.

Danny, the blond-haired, blue-eyed friend, whose sexy smile and playful wink brighten my mood every day.

Victor, the chiseled motorcycle-riding bouncer, whose rough exterior probably translates to the bedroom....

The more time I spend with them, the luckier I am in the casino.

Every dice roll lands my way, and every blackjack hand lands on twenty-one.

Can I figure out which of these three amazing men is the source of my luck?

Or will I stretch my luck too far?

Her Lucky Charm is a stand-alone reverse harem love story filled with drama, suspense, and sizzling fun. HEA guaranteed!

©2021 Cassie Cole (P)2021 Cassie Cole
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  • Categories: Romance

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Do we REALLY need to know all that...?

This is a sweet, sappy RH. I'm on hiatus from my usual stuff - darker, heavier, angstier RHs, so this style works just fine for me.

The characters are cute and one- or two-layered. The lead female character makes several childish moves, but as always, "Hey, she's hot. So who cares?" The sex scenes...well, mostly the dirty talk and lead UP to the sex scenes...are pretty cheesy.

My biggest issue with this story is the monotony of irrelevant backstory. For instance, the LFC places bets on various sports games. Does Cassie Cole REALLY need to book-splain the whole damn process? I don't need to know the LFC's reasoning behind picking the winning teams. I don't need to know who's playing whom. Seriously. It's so detailed that those of us who aren't interested in sports might toss this book once it starts reading like an issue of Sports Illustrated. It won't matter later in the story, and I literally could not care less.

Another example: there's a point where someone has to break into someone else's computer. The ENTIRE command prompt is written/read aloud for us. Seriously. Like, "First, I typed command C, then A, then backslash, backslash, double 8, ampersand, then I hit enter." I'm not kidding. I was already so bored with all the detailed sports talk that I just sort of shook my head at my Echo Dot and rolled my eyes..

It just seems like Cassie Cole did a ton of research and spent a lot of time proving it.

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Best Kind of Luck

I really enjoy Cassie Cole's books, be it the written words, audio, or a bit of both. This book I did a bit of both. With the exception of Armando, the characters are engaging, fun, sexy, and interesting.

I love that Vic wasn't stereotypical. I also loved that he could quickly fall into the role of dominant when the situation called for it. In many ways, he was the unlikely candidate but the one we got to see deepest into. And I love the nickname he have her - Shamrock. 🍀

Rose may have started out sweet and mostly innocent but that slowly morphed. I appreciated that, with one glaring exception, she chose honesty over what was easiest. In the end, while a tad awkward, it paid off. In spades! 🌹

Then there's Danny and Roman. All I'll say about them is that a girl would be lucky to have either but to have both? That's just plain greedy! 🍀🔥💚👍😁 Good job, Rose!

The narrators, Curt Bonnem & Ramona Radcliff, made for good ear candy. I liked them a lot.

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Lucky on Bets, Lucky in Love

Rose is a lucky girl and we hear a long slow build-up of why that is and how she dropped out of college to move to Las Vegas and become a professional gambler. Then, the story shifts to full-speed with sex and romance, and she's suddenly juggling 3 guys! Not to worry, the action goes to very hot, to sweet and hot, but always Hot. Suspend your disbelief and go with it...

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A cute read.

I am not sure if you could classify a reverse harem as a cozy romance but this has all the cute elements with hints of danger they usually have. I mean it’s got some hotness too but I got warm and fuzzy all through this book. Rose is a girl with the best of luck her whole life. When one day it vanishes she isn’t certain what to do. After several bad days she goes to a speed dating with her friend Danny and her mojo comes back after fun moments. It’s a cute story that follows her journey through her career and her not so conventional relationships. It was a sweet Saint Patrick’s day read for me. For the most part I enjoyed the narrator. There’s was o oh one character I didn’t feel fit the voice she gave him because he just sounded to young to me but over all I was quite happy with this book!