With a Little Luck: A Novel

With a Little Luck: A Novel

by Caprice Crane
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With a Little Luck 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
beloved126 More than 1 year ago
Love Caprice Crane's new book! I devoured it in a day. I love her writing style, she makes your really connect with the characters, and Berry was no exception. Buy it!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Los Angeles radio DJ Beryl "Berry" Lambert swears she does not believe in lady luck or for that matter any luck, good or bad. However, her dad is a gambler so she grew up knowing not to tempt fate, which is why she carries her collection of good luck charms or superstitiously dodges pratfalls. She has had two bad relationships in a row and everyone knows bad luck comes in three. However DJ Ryan "Dr. Love" Riley is attracted to eccentric Berry. As they date, the station puts them together for a morning gender war show that is a success. However, she angrily dumps him and the show when he voices one of her dirty secrets on the air, that of her fear of Shatner beaming her up. However, once calm she realizes what she has done so With a Little Luck, she feels they "can make this whole damn thing work out" (Paul McCartney and Wings) if he gives them a second chance. This is a fabulous madcap romance that feels like a throwback to the zany 1930s movies. The lead couple is a terrific pairing of two DJs in love. Her over the top fears are handled deftly. Berry neurotic phobias come across stupid yet readers (and Ryan) will contagiously adore her. Caprice Crane deserves accolades for this charmer. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Suppose to be humorous - it wasn't. It wasnot!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
what is it? A babbling, rambling pile of nothing at amusing.
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I didn't think I could ever laugh at a book again as much as I did with Crane's "Forget about It". I was wrong! I was laughing so hard at work on my lunch hour (tears falling) that I think my co-workers think there's something wrong with me. Her books are extremely enjoyable.
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Mai-Tai More than 1 year ago
I downloaded the sample of this book to determine if I would like the author's writing style. It offered 39 pages, which seemed very interesting, so I spent the $9.99 to read the rest. I am roughly 70 pages in and there is no identifiable romance occurring. The usage of the main character's aversion to superstition and "luck" is excessive and weighs too heavily during reading. If I could have read more, I wouldn't have purchased this book.