Lucky Me

· Carpe Luna Publishing
3 reviews

About this ebook

He’s lucky as sin, and we’re playing for keeps.

For sixteen years, I’ve lived unlawfully among humans, supporting myself by playing poker. But concealing my fae identity isn’t easy. When a high stakes game goes terribly wrong, only one person stands between me and lifelong servitude—Seven.

Seven Delaney runs his corner of Dragonfly Hollow with the insufferable arrogance you'd expect from someone born lucky. Not only did the sexy fae billionaire break my heart, he’s responsible for the most humiliating experience of my life and is the reason I fled that fairy realm.

Returning to Dragonfly Hollow is my only way out, but there's a price. Seven requires my help, and my pixie talents, to solve a case that threatens fae society's tentative relationship with humans. I promised myself I'd never get involved with him again, but his dark charms prove hard to resist. The closer we get to solving this mystery, the harder it becomes to keep my distance. And the clearer it is that if we don't learn to trust each other again, our luck might just run out.

From award winning and USA Today bestselling author Genevieve Jack comes a world where fairies are real, luck is the new magic, and the unexpected awaits you on every page. Perfect for Dark Fever and Hidden Legacy fans.

★★★★★ "Secrets, surprises, lies, betrayal, romance, bigotry and a murder mystery. All I can say is WOW." - Paranormal Romance Guild

★★★★★ " This story was amazing. There were twists and turns and such amazing writing that once I started reading I was hooked and couldn’t put it down.” –Sassy Southern Book Blog

What readers have to say:

"Secrets, surprises, lies, betrayal, romance, bigotry and a murder mystery. All I can say is WOW." - Paranormal Romance Guild

"Holy smokes, that was incredibly fun! You know when you go to an amusement park and get on a ride that you aren't sure what you've gotten yourself into, and it ends up being one the best you have experienced? That was Lucky Me for me. The amusement park analogy is because most of the book is in an elaborate amusement park... a Shrek-like world filled with fairies, pixies, leprechauns, etc., and they are carrying on in modern existence. It's brilliant! At times hilarious, a mystery and love story that is fun and gripping." -Beautiful Chaos Reviews


"I LOVED this book! This was a breath of fresh air from all the fantasy and romantasy reads that I usually pick up. The world-building was so well done. Detailed enough to make the reader want to know what's next in this series. Flashbacks from Sophie's POV were great for plot development. Cozy setting but suspenseful plot were a great juxtaposition and gave me great spooky season vibes." -Lindslikesbooks blog


"Elements of fun, mystery, and romance make this a fast-moving plot with plenty of imagination. Characters are delightful and believable." -Publishers Weekly [Booklife]


"The way she drew me into this story was amazing. There were twists and turns and such amazing writing that once I started reading I was hooked and couldn't put it down." -Sassy Southern Book Blog


"The incredible imagination of Genevieve Jack opens up a vault of fantasy and deliciousness...layered, emotional, and complex." - Buffyanna book blog


For fans of fantasy romance, fae romance, paranormal romance, Ilona Andrews Hidden Legacy series, Karen Marie Moning Dark Fever series, Jennifer L Armentrout Blood and Ash series, Sarah J Maas A Court of Thorns and Roses, Amelia Hutchins, K.F. Breene

3 reviews
Kristy Birdwell
November 10, 2022
This book dosen't disappoint from the beginning your drawn into Sophia Larkspur's life she's more then she appears and her luck has just run out after 16 years away from Dragonfly protecting herself and her daughter back home lies teenage heartache and deadly secrets. But when Fire a government agency finds you it's torture or escape her days of playing poker have taught her one thing how to bluff but when the ex who broke your heart draws you back home with your daughter to stop a murderer what do you do bluff Sophia bluff. Seven Delaney is lucky in all things except love as a Fae Leprechaun he hold all the power except for two people Fairy Godmother and his father one is chilling the other not much better these aren't the cute little creatures of your childhood there cunning,conniving and down write horrifying Severn's love story has one bump in the road after another with murder, lies and mayham around every corner its easy to see why these two have a hard and dangerous road to love. The world building the detail of Dragonfly the twisted plots and social structure are laid out in away that draws you in to a place were the fairy plot and humans live out a fantasy but nothing is as it seems and I will never see the Toothfairy the same way again. And the characters are so real there pain and vulnerability and strength you want Sophia and Seven to win and I can't wait to read the second book but please let there be more of the criminally crazy world of Dragonfly Hollow. I was allowed to read and advance copy of this book and this is my honest review.
sing neon
October 29, 2022
I think this is a most interesting concept and detailed fairy tale. This emotional second chance, murder mystery and her having to replant herself in the land and some busybody inhabitants of Dragonfly Hollow maintain entertainment and adds intensity. Surprised at the way this ended though, obviously I overlooked the cliffhanger tag. I received a free copy and voluntarily chose to review.

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