Getting Lucky

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  • Title: Getting Lucky
  • Author: Elaine Barbieri
  • ISBN: 9780843963205
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Kindle

[PDF] Unlimited ê Getting Lucky : by Elaine Barbieri, Getting Lucky , Elaine Barbieri, Getting Lucky Innocence meets decadence when a desperate virgin is rescued from the wild streets of San Francisco by a notorious gambler

Getting Lucky

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  • [PDF] Unlimited ê Getting Lucky : by Elaine Barbieri
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Getting Lucky

261 thought on “Getting Lucky

  1. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this sweet little historical set during the 1849 San Francisco gold rush era I ll admit I was attracted to the book first because of its striking cover, and second because I do enjoy a good American historical But I was unprepared by how much I would be glued to the story There wasn t anything particularly unusual about the plot of a virginal heroine Tessa determined to make it on her own and the bad boy gambler Lucky who s attracted to her but doesn t want [...]


  2. Tessa White lost everything on the trail to California and ended up walking the rest of the way who fed her and helped her At the end of the trail in San Francisco see map above, I thought the gold camps and Sutter s fort were the end of the trail but what do I know , she manages to collapse right in front of the most handsome and available gambler in the city Lucky Monroe how good is that Lucky tries to send her home to Iowa but our stubborn independent miss is determined to work off her debts [...]



  3. 3.5 stars This was a nice little satisfying read Not a keeper and not something I d rave to friends over but a good, honest love story between two people whose lives intersect in 1849 San Francisco I enjoyed it.


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