Wanna Get Lucky? - Deborah Coonts

Wanna Get Lucky?

By Deborah Coonts

  • Release Date: 2015-06-13
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Wanna Get Lucky? book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 415 Ratings)

Wanna Get Lucky? Deborah Coonts Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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User reviews about this book

  • Fun read

    5
    By TkayGN
    A fun easy read!
  • Want to get Lucky?

    5
    By Rosietheclown
    Love Lucky, witty, funny and loving. Great read.
  • Well Done!

    5
    By Daniel Rinaldi mystery
    Couldn’t put it down! Engaging, funny and none stop!
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Issy's MomMom
    I first downloaded this book a year or so ago, and I just couldn’t get into it. I tried it again and I haven’t put it down since! Well-written and paced, with suspense that doesn’t drag on, mystery to keep you guessing and romance without being a romance novel. A little bit of everything. “Lucky” for me, I have the next book downloaded, a new iTunes card to get more and by signing up for the authors mailing list I found at the end of the book, two more books on the way! I may take a break between books in this series to try some of Coonts’ other novels.
  • Wanna Get Lucky?

    5
    By Beni DV
    Makes me feel like I am in the scene, walking along the strip. Fast pace, dramatic and romantic. Love it!
  • Wanna Get Lucky

    5
    By KK-me
    Great fun, moves fast, keeps up your interest. Great entertaining read!
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Pasha37482
    I enjoyed this book immensely! Can’t wait to read more!!
  • Get lucky

    5
    By Retired&Active
    Fun. Irreverent. Fast. Insane.
  • Lucky’s

    5
    By Pussoms
    Great read, enjoyed!
  • Women writer

    3
    By thejper
    This book starts out rather well and very interesting but sags under the weight of a female writer. Women write too much sex and thinking into their story line. Too much personal thinking and rationalization from the main character, Lucky. When there are interesting plot lines they are not fully explored. An example is the house party towards the end of the book. Instead of taking the reader through an interesting Vegas sex party there are only a few pages devoted to it and the story takes you to a boring end. Another example is the meeting with corporate heads. The meeting could have been made way more interesting but Gittings was taken away in handcuffs and that was it. The continuing development between Lucky and her mother throughout the book becomes stale and tired while more interesting plot lines could have been developed.

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