Luck Of The Draw

Luck Of The Draw

by Anna Black



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ISBN-13: 9780982145579
Publisher: Delphine Publications
Publication date: 04/23/2010
Pages: 188
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.43(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

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Luck of the Draw 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
kozmicangel0721 More than 1 year ago
I started off with Now You Wanna Come Back...and I read that a few times. Then the author suggested I read Who Do I Run To? and after that I moved on to Luck of the Draw. I wasn't sure if I was going to feel the same about it as I did the first two, but I was so wrong. I was reading until the words were blurry. It was different from the first two books I read, but just as amazing. It kept me hanging on the entire time and I was so glued to my Kindle. I even took it to work with me to read in between patients! I have no read all of her books that she has available on Kindle and they were all amazing. Once I start a book, I can't put it down. I just have to finish it. I love how I can go back and read her books again and it's like I'm reading them for the first time. Mrs. Anna Black has some amazing skills! I can't wait until her next book comes out!
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bjt15 More than 1 year ago
read this book could not put it down, it was great absolutley loved it will recommend to anyone who wants to read a great page turner. keep on writing Anna Black you got talent. can't wait for the next one.
Precious-T More than 1 year ago
Luck of the Draw was not at all what I expected even though I read the back of the book. I enjoyed reading this book so much and I couldn't put it down seriously. The characters draw you in and I loved that. Some things I thought I could predict, I was wrong and the ending, wow the ending wasn't what I thought it would be and I was overall impressed. This book relates to so many women and I bet a lot of women can say that they have experienced the same thing. Loved the book, it was a page turner. Happy with the way it flowed and I am now a fan of Anna Black's books.
IMSTR8YZ More than 1 year ago
Wow well written and entertaining. I absolutely loved this story of freindship and betrayal. I was surprised at what I got from this book, because I so didn't expect what was between the pages of this book. Anna rocked this story. She is definitely one of my favorites authors now. Anna has a way of drawing you into her characters and it makes you want the story to continue to go on. I can't wait for Anna's next book. Good job, great read. Love it!!!
aambcreviews More than 1 year ago
So I was a fan of Now You Wanna come back, Anna's first book and when opening up Luck of the Draw I was not disappointed. I loved the drama, the deceit, and the overall depiction of genuine love. One thing I know about Anna Black novel's is that when I read her work I am going to get a love story like no other, mainly ending the perfect way. This story shows how a friend can be jealous and have self hate without actually admitting it. When Kennedy attracts the perfect man, Cherae would want, all hell breaks loose, and a 25 year old friendship between the women goes threw a rollercoaster of lies sex and all that in between. In the end Cherae gets what's coming to her and although I hated how naive Kennedy was to Cherae's lies, her reaction was realistic to some women who refuse to believe they have a good man. This was a page turning novel that had me saying what in the hell will these folks to next. Tamika Newhouse AAMBC Reviewer
sunflower38 More than 1 year ago
This is my second read by Anna Black. She didn't disappoint with "Luck of the Draw". The book is about Kennedy a spoiled, trusting, sweet woman who loves her best friend like a "sister". However, her friend, Cherae thinks she's a rich, spoiled, fat bee who's had everything handed to her, an easy life. Ironically, this same sister-friend lives this "good-life" as well because she lives and mooches off Kennedy (always begging for money) as well as Kennedy's family. Kennedy finally meets a "good" man that doesn't want the modelesque Cherae and Cherae looses her mind, literally. Well, we all know two things well, misery loves company and what happens when jealousy rears its ugly head. I felt Kennedy's pain, anguish and plain old stupidity so much throughout the book that I was exhausted from all the rollercoaster of emotions. That's just how great Annas writing is in that she has the ability to show and not just tell. Anna definitely has talent. This story was smooth reading. This wasn't just the same ole drama, drama and more drama book that in the shock tactic of the story you aren't concerned with the actual writing, flow and language in the book. There are only a few writers that, I feel, have truly learned the craft of "WRITING" and I believe Anna has learned the skill/craft or hers is just a God given gift. Well, done Anna and you are now classified as one of my favorite writers.