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    Sweet, sexy and a little silly too!

    Sweet, sexy and a little silly too! How to Get Lucky was a blast as rock god Marco finally meets his match in a sass-ily sarcastic New Yorker who's...less than enamored with his musical, erm, charms. The quick of it is that during a night out with friends Allison catches Marco's eye. Not because she's fawning over him and his fame or musical talents but exactly the opposite. Chickie is not impressed with his fame and the gaggle of women following him around and can't quite keep her mouth shut about it. And damn if he can help it but he's...totally captivated and can't resist meeting her sarcastic jabs with a bit of teasing of his own which leads to all kinds of confusing and fun things for both of them when he can't find it in him to stay away. Marco and Allison. I loved them. Allison's sarcastic, mouthy, has a penchant for 90s slang and really has no filter but manages to be cheeky instead of bitchy. Hallelujah! And Marco. Sexy, talented, and a man who is doing his best to be a better person than he used to be. They were great characters. Flawed but likable and just fun together. I really loved the romance too. Things move quickly but somehow it didn't feel that way. They liked to poke at each other and there was a lot of sarcasm and teasing and it was just fun watching the two interact and get to know each other over a few days and broke down some first impressions. And, whew boy! When they do heat up...very yummy and intense. There's a lot of fun and some silly humor but there's also a serious side and I kind of loved that even more. Maybe because I could relate to some of what they were feeling. I don't know. Regardless it touched me seeing these two go through the harder feelings as well. They'd both had rather large Come to Jesus moments that they were coming to grips with. Had made mistakes--some major ones--in their lives but they were trying to figure out a way to make up for them and be better people. I really loved that connection between them. Their issues were different, the moment it hit them a year apart, but the process and realizations they went through were so similar in ways and it really made their connection to each other feel even stronger. It was just a nice counter to the lighter parts. All in all, I'm grinning just a bit and even more smitten with McCarthy. She never fails to bring fun, sexy romances to life with characters you can't help but adore. It's been a crazy long time waiting for How to Get Lucky (10 years I think!) but it was worth the wait and so fun to meet up with this crew for just a little while. Bring on the next! I can't wait!
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    loved it

    HOW TO GET LUCKY was a wonderful read and wish that Erin Mccarthy would write one final book to tie up everyone's story, I need to know what happened and where everyone is now. That being said, HOW TO GET LUCKY is the third book in the series, each book being about one girl in a group of friends, each friend having had a crap love life. Each book starts with Beckwith, a cross dressing physic, reading the girls fortune and of course they don't believe what he is telling them will come true. This third books is Allison's story, and there of course is a glimpse of each of the other girls in this book as well. The story in this book is very well written and well developed and the plot is fast paced and will keep you hooked till the very last page with all the twists and turns and ups and downs that Allison goes through. The characters in this book are very well written and easy to fall in love with, Allison is a girl who jumps from one bad relationship to another and Marco the hot rock star, love me some rock stars. In this book Beckwith tells Allison that he sees her with a lot of money but alone, not having settled down with one man, so when Allison buys a lottery tickets on the off chance that she may win, and does, will she be able to find someone to make her happy??? On the night of her lottery celebration in walks Marco Lucky, the rock star she had met the night before, and when he asks her to rescue him from all the fans falling at his feet, she does so with a kiss, and so begins the love affair of Marco Lucky and Allison. But Beckwith said that she would be alone, so will Allison and Marco last??? Loved this book and this series, whats next for Erin McCarthy.
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    Fun and flirty romance!

    This was a fun book by Erin McCarthy. Allison Parker is living in New York trying to breakout in the fashion industry, but until her big break comes she's working at a cosmetic company because she needs to pay the bills. Her best friends and roommates have recently found the love of their lives and moved out leaving Allison to pay the rent on her own. On top of the that Allison has decided she doesn't trust guys and is taking a break from dating. Macro Lucky has made huge changes in his personal life such as not drinking and no more one night stands. He wants something different, something more than the parties, drugs, alcohol and women. He realizes that he is lonely for a true friend. When he sees Allison in a local bar he decides that she is different than most other women that fall all over themselves trying to get near him. She in fact doesn't seem to trust him or want anything to do with him. Marco finds it intriguing and sexy. The more Allison pushes for just friendship between her and Marco the more he can't seem to get enough of her. I was given an ARC for an honest review. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.

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