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Devon Carrington is the type of man to give the shirt off his back to anyone in need, and when he finds Haley struggling through a bad day, he does everything he can. In return, he asks that she help him pick out lottery numbers and tells her that if he wins, she gets half.
When the winning numbers are drawn and Devon and Haley learn that they have won, can the two of them put their one-night stand behind them and build something for the future? Find out in Sometimes You Win.
Sometimes You Win is part of the Sometimes series that includes three stories: Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Lose, and Sometimes You Play the Game.
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By Jan M on 04-20-18
I found this book to be very good and it pulled me in. I thought the basis of this book was very good and realistic. I can understand the want to be independent and not accept help from others. This story features Hailey, a single mom, and Devon, a security businessman, Allison, Hailey's daughter, and Mrs. German, the grandma-like neighbor of Hailey and Allison. Devon was attracted to Hailey for months before he bumps into her. I liked how subtle and persistent he was in pursing Hailey. They had a major miscommunication which resulted in them not being together for a while. Hailey's antics to avoid him were very realistic. A life changing event then happened which brought them back together. Things seemed like everything was great and the story ended. Not a cliffhanger ending, but open to continuation. Without giving away spoilers, I must say the author wrote a great story and featured some thought provoking things. Kudos to Stacy Easton for another great book.
This was the first time that I had heard Julie Walters and Gene Branson perform. They were good, but didn't have as many distinguishable voices for the various characters as I was hoping to hear. The delivery and performance was flawless, but not exceptional. I think I'm sometimes too picky with expectations of performance. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I will definitely listen to the next book in this series.
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By Gina Johnson on 07-16-18
A bad day
A great story of how one woman's bad day turns into a wonderful night and then falls apart after a misunderstanding with a man who seemed so wonderful. Until 2 winning lottery tickets bring them together again with all the feelings they have for each other. I received a complimentary audio and I am voluntarily reviewing.