Kristen Collins is cursed. It's the only explanation for this recent run of catastrophes. She's lost her brand-new car and a winning lottery ticket, and her ex-boyfriend just drove off with all her possessions. She's even lost the empty office that's been her lunchtime sanctuary. Plus, the new hire who's taken it over is precisely the kind of impending heartache she knows to avoid, from his intense gaze to that irresistible crooked smile.
Developer Aiden Scott plans to stay at the Denver architecture firm just long enough to prime it for takeover. A job like his can't get personal. Yet from the moment he collides with Kristen, he's smitten. He wants to save the stunning interior designer from every crazy scenario she winds up in. But who's going to save him when his business agenda shatters Kristen's trust?
Turns out, love's a lot like luck. You don't know just how good you have it until you stand to lose it all.
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No Luck Needed Here
It lists pretty high in the sweet and full of depth category. I began rooting for Kristen from her first moment of heartbreak which started way too young. This book scored a lot of bittersweet points..
I liked Aiden's reaction to Kristen the first time he saw her. I could actually see his struggle and I loved every moment. I rewound it a few times.
I have listened to Dara Rosenberg before.Her voice is very distinctive because it is slightly raspy and full of expression. Her delivery of wit and sarcasm is outstanding. Dara is one of my top five favorite narrators. Her performance was stellar. She only gets better with each new one I hear.
As much as I hate conflict I find that those are the moments when I am moved the most because I really just want the characters to be happy. I understood Kristen's trust issues due to her past relationships so I was surprised with Aiden's intuitiveness that he wouldn't take special care not to give her any reason to doubt his affection. Since his emotions were more transparent in this story it hurt more to see what pain his lack of full disclosure caused.
- Traveling Reader