Series: Pick-up Lines #2
Published: 13 April 2021
Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing
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Growing up, Lucian “Lucky” Ganetti was the quiet kid next door and my brother’s best friend. Lucky isn’t a boy anymore. He’s grown into a gorgeous, rather charming adult that every woman wants to know. Except, I knew him first. Heck, I’ve even fantasized about marrying Lucky Ganetti. Ridiculous, I know.Even though he’s that boy I’ll always remember, he’s now the man I’ll never forget.My name is Becklyn Morrissey. And this is my story.
Becklyn was that annoying little sister. The one that followed her brother and me around wherever we went. I didn’t think much about it at the time. I do now, and that change seems to have happened overnight. One day she was all braids and braces, the next she was a woman with curves and a little attitude.I spend too much time thinking about her; it needs to stop. Her brother is still my best friend and he’ll bludgeon me if he finds out I’ve got a thing for his baby sister.Honestly, she’d be worth it.
My name is Lucky Ganetti. And this is our story.
This is the second book in Kayt Miller’s Pick-up Lines series, following Cranky Pants. (You can read my review of that here!)
This is the story of Lucky and Becklyn, and I love both of these characters so much! They have such a great connection, and I love that it is based on years of knowing each other. Lucky was her brother’s best friend, so he knew Becklyn and loved her through so many stages of her life. The ups and the downs. For me, that made the connection so much stronger. Both of them were truly relatable, real characters.
As with all of Kayt’s books, I love the supporting characters. She does such a great job of making them just as real as the main characters, regardless of whether you love them or they annoy the hell out of you, Deena, Becklyn’s roommate and friend, was the former, while Joe, Becklyn’s obnoxious brother, was the latter. Both of them made the story even better!
If great romance and a fabulous story are your thing, this is a great book to read!
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