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    a beautiful story

    4.5 stars. I could not put this book down! The Unlucky Ones is a gritty, emotional read with a great storyline and remarkable characters. Devon is one of the strongest heroines that I have ever seen in a book. She experiences such heartbreak and grief, yet she perseveres. She is a responsible girl who is loyal and loving to her family, but be continually puts everyone else before her. Lincoln is an interesting hero. He blows hot and cold when it comes to Devon and he has secrets that he keeps hidden from everyone, including Devon. His story is full of grief and heartbreak as well. The two of them seem to be the unluckiest of people - fighting through a series of tragedies that have greatly shaped them as adults. This book is told entirely from Devon’s POV, which I think was fitting, but I would have liked a just few chapters told from Lincoln’s. I loved the secondary characters of Skylar and Nat as well. The Unlucky Ones is a beautifully written novel that puts you through all the emotional feels and has a HEA and no cliffhanger. I received this book for free.
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    Not Just A Fairytale

    Devon Thorpe at only 17 is being handed a really unlucky hand at life. After losing her father only a year ago she finds out her mother has early onset Alzheimer's, her older sister is pregnant and irresponsible, and her boyfriend of 3 years is currently sleeping with her best friend. After one reckless moment in a diner bathroom she can't forget about the blue eyed, sexy, tattooed stranger that has ruined her for every other male out there. After 5 long years she still sees his eyes staring back at her. When her mother's disease has become too much for her to handle by herself, she moves to Albuquerque, NM with her sister and niece. While trying to find a job she stumbles into a bar and meets a HOT, SEXY, BEAST of a guy, Lincoln Kessler. Lincoln is a brooding, mysterious stranger that she finds herself attracted to. So unexpected!! This story will grab your heart and twist it until the very end! From grief, heartbreak, love, and mystery, this story has it all! Stacey Marie Brown does it AGAIN!! Bringing two characters together that have had a very unlucky life and intertwining a real life disease with trials and tribulations will have the tears flowing but will leave an impression on your heart! This is one you won’t be able to put down and leaves you wanting more!
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    Stacey again has knocked the ball out if the ball park with "The Unlucky Ones". I literally could not put this book down. Devon has lost her father in the line of duty and a year later her mother has been diagnosed with familial Alzheimers, just when she thinks life can't get worse she finds out her boyfriend of three years is cheating on her. Devon's life is complicated with her responsibilities and commitment to her family. Having drinks with her best friend at the local diner, she ends up in the men's washroom where she has an encounter with a complete stranger, leaving the washroom she sees him being arrested. Devon can't get the stranger out of her mind. When Devon and her family move to a new place, things get interesting.

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