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    Really liked Lucky

    This is my second book by Cheryl Etchison and though I didn’t enjoy it as much as the first one, it was still amazing! I thought it was wonderful to have Lucky and Rachel be friends first; and real friends, not just people who have the hots for each other but hide it. Though they each find the other attractive, their friendship is real and builds naturally as it progresses into something more. I also loved the scene when Lucky admits his feelings to Rachel because he makes things very clear. Thank god for a man who can admit his feelings! Lucky is hands down a great hero and I loved reading about him. We’re told many times that Lucky is a genuinely nice guy and then Etchison backs it up by showing just how nice Lucky is. It was very refreshing to have a sweet guy as a hero who really knows how to treat Rachel like the most important person in his life. Rachel was really trying to get her life on track and is certainly put through the ringer in this book. In the beginning Rachel is a really messed up woman; she doesn’t really come across that way in her work or thoughts but when the reader gets more information about her past relationships it really becomes clear that she struggles with what a healthy relationship should look like. I was happy that Lucky could show her how things should be between two people who care about each other. Occasionally Rachel would drive me crazy. In reality she was acting the way a regular person in her shoes would act, so I can’t really blame her. However, sometimes I wanted her to just trust Lucky and go for it.
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