Book Reviews of Lucky (Harlequin Next, No 2)

Lucky (Harlequin Next, No 2)
Lucky - Harlequin Next, No 2
Author: Jennifer Greene
ISBN-13: 9780373880522
ISBN-10: 0373880529
Publication Date: 7/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Middle aged woman from a poor background married super rich guy then gets preggo. Baby is born with a birth defect and rich guy loses interest in his wife and child. Mom goes to doctors to try to find out what is wrong with baby and fix it and ends up having an affair and leaving her marriage. I was NOT a fan of this storyline. Writing is good, but affairs are NOT my idea of romance.
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This was a great book. About a mother doing what she needs to do to take care of her child. I couldn't put this book down - read it in one day.
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Great book. I love Jennifer Greene. It had a great story. You wanted to find out what was going to happen, and you got your happy ending. With that said I might not read it if I was pregnant or had a new baby.
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Vividly written novel about a woman taking the reins to make her own luck for herself and her precious once-in-a-lifetime baby.
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a fun read
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Very good. A differnt twist with a roamntic plot as well.
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This book is about a woman who had everything you cou;d dream of. That is until she had a baby her husband didn't really want. She was in labor outside the hospital and here comes a guy who tried to help her until her husband showed up. Wait until you read the rest of the story.
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This was my first Greene novel. I read it in one sitting! Loved it.
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This was a good, quick, great-way-to-escape-reality-for-a-few-minutes, read.
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This was a wonderful story. It was heartbreaking at times, but it was admirable how one woman would fight for her daughter, even when no one else seemed to care.
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this book is about have luck on the best side of u so u can do things unmaginable
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Awesome book!
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Nine months ago, Kasey Crandall would have defined "lucky" as "my life." Married to a wealthy, generous older man, pregnant with a once-in-a-lifetime baby, she was oozing with joy. Now, howeveer, she was more apt to think, "just my lick."
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Married to a wealthy man and having a new baby girl Kasey Crandell considers herself extremely lucky until her world falls apart!
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Nine months ago, Kasey Crandall would have defined "lucky" as "my life." Married to a wealthy, generous older man, pregnant with a once-in-a-lifetime baby, she was oozing with joy. Now, however, she was more apt to think, "just my luck."

Yes motherhood was as glorious as she expected and she totally adored her daughter. Yet an inner voice was telling her something was wrong with her baby. But nobody wanted to hear that her life was not as perfect as it seemed.

Kasey knew she needed to be strong for her child and get her the right help...even if it meant going against her husband's wishes. Even if it meant turning to another man. Because sometimes a woman just has to make her own luck.
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Kasey Crandall is delighted when she has the perfect baby girl, but soon she realizes that her husband Graham isn't as pleased. At the hospital, she briefly meets Josh McGraw. Josh was once a wealthy attorney, but alcoholism ruined his life. When Kasey begins to suspect that there's something terribly wrong with her daughter—and her marriage—she has only Josh to turn to for help.
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Nine months ago Kasey would have defined her life as lucky. Married to a wealthy older man and pregnant she was oozing with joy. Motherhood was glorious adn she adored her daughter. Somthing told her somthing was wrong with her baby. Nobody wanted to hear that her life was not as perfect as it seemed. She knew she needed to be strong for her child and get the right help even if it means going against her husbands wishes.or turning to another man. Somtimes a woman has to make her own luck...
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Book is brand new, never read !
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Nine months ago Kasey Crandall would have defined "lucky" as "my life" Married to a wealthy, generous older man, pregnant with a once-in-a-lifetime baby, she was oozing with joy. Now, however, she was more apt to think, "just my luck".

Yes, motherhood was as glorious as she expected and she totally adored her daughter. Yet an inner voice was telling her something was wrong with her baby. But nobody wanted to hear that her life was not as perfect as it seemed.

Kasey knew she needed to be strong for her child and get her the right help...even if it meant going against her husband's wishes. Even if it meant turning to another man. Because sometimes a woman just has to make her own luck.
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Nine months ago, Kasey would have defined "lucky" as her life. Married to a wealthy, generous older man, pregnant with a once in a liftime baby, she was "oozing with joy. Motherhood was as glorioous as she expected and she totally adored her daughter, yet an inner vice was telling her something was wrong with her baby. But nobody belived her,not the Dr. or her husband, (who never wanted the baby in the first place).Kasey knew she needed help, even if it meant going against her husband's wishes and turning to another man. Because sometimes a woman just has to make her own luck.
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lucky \'l -ké\ adj luck-i-er; -est 1 : having good luck 2 : happening by chance: FORTUITOUS

Nine months ago, Kasey Crandall would have defined "lucky" as "my life." Married to a wealthy, generous older man, pregnant with a once-in-a-lifetime baby, she was oozing with joy. Now, however, she was more apt to think, "just my luck."

Yes, motherhood was as glorious as she expected and she totally adored her daughter. Yet an inner voice was telling her something was wrong with her baby. But nobody wanted to hear that her life was not as perfect as it seemed.

Kasey knew she needed to be strong for her child and get her the right helpeven if it meant going against her husband's wishes. Even if it meant turning to another man. Because sometimes a woman just has to make her own luck.
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This paperback was given to me. It's brand new. I have not read it because it's not my kind of book.