Have you ever had one of those days where everything that could go wrong does? Deborah Hayes is dealt that exact hand when disaster strikes at an event she's managing, giving her publicity for all the wrong reasons, not to mention breaking up with her English boyfriend. And the trouble doesn't just end there, but when Deborah starts to investigate she can't help but feel like the universe was trying to warn her. Determined not to miss any future 'signs' and desperate to attract some good luck, she embarks on a journey of divination, dipping her toes into all sorts of spiritual disciplines, Feng Shui, Palm Reading, Tarot Cards... After scoring an amazing account at work, things look to be on the up, particularly after meeting her gorgeous Irish neighbour. But sometimes the signs are harder to read than we think, and when the latest up and coming sexy Scottish movie star, and a cute Kiwi guy, both take a shine to her, she's even more desperate for guidance to help her choose. Bordering on obsession, Deborah gets caught up in asking questions, looking for signs, and searching for hidden meanings and clues. Can she make the right choice or is she looking for something that has been right in front of her all along?
|Publisher:||Black Rose Publications|
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
New to me author Shannon Clayton offers up a cute and entertaining story about a woman who is so focused on recognizing the signs of good luck in her life, she nearly misses out on capturing it when it’s right in front of her. After a publicity event she is managing goes horribly wrong, her boyfriend breaks up with her and her apartment is damaged in a fire all in the same night, Deborah Hayes decides she needs to focus her energies on ensuring she doesn’t miss any more signs of trouble on the horizon. She goes over the top in her obsession to attract good luck from decorating her apartment with Feng Shui principles, getting her palm read, having her chakras balanced and going for a tarot reading. What makes this story so entertaining is that despite all of the signs that may be obvious to most everyone around her, Deborah has a hard time seeing what’s in front of her and is just one false step from complete disaster through most of this book. In addition to trying to decide which of the four men currently in her life is “the one,” Deborah also has to figure out who is sabotaging her at work. With the help of her best friend, Val, Deborah embarks on a journey of self-awareness to help her find the happiness she seeks. Though I found myself getting a little annoyed at Deborah’s inability to make a decision or choose a path, I liked the character and was able to relate to her very easily and enjoyed this book. The story moves at a good pace and I liked most of the characters. The author does a great job of throwing in some surprises that I didn’t see coming but was pleased with the result. I recommend this book for the interesting and different plot line and think it would make a great addition to your list to read this summer. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Four Of A Kind from the author in exchange for an honest review.