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  • Title: Lucky Double: A Two-Book Lucky Bundle
  • Author: Deborah Coonts
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  • A TWO BOOK LUCKY STARTER SET Book One Wanna Get Lucky ANDBook Two Lucky StiffHaven t met Lucky yet Here s your chance EVERYONE HAS A HIDDEN TALENTFor Lucky O Toole it s murder solving it.Surviving in Sin City takes cunning, a pair of five inch heels, and a wiseass attitude Lucky has mastered them all and has a pair of legs she uses to kick butt and turn heads.As the ChA TWO BOOK LUCKY STARTER SET Book One Wanna Get Lucky ANDBook Two Lucky StiffHaven t met Lucky yet Here s your chance EVERYONE HAS A HIDDEN TALENTFor Lucky O Toole it s murder solving it.Surviving in Sin City takes cunning, a pair of five inch heels, and a wiseass attitude Lucky has mastered them all and has a pair of legs she uses to kick butt and turn heads.As the Chief Problem Solver for the Babylon, Las Vegas s most over the top destination, mischief is in her job description.She s good at her job.She s less good at life But who has time for a life when there s a killer on the loose
    Deborah Coonts
    Get a free bundle of novellas ripped from the headlines of Lucky O Toole s world deborahcoonts lucky offer Deborah Coonts swears she was switched at birth Coming from a family of homebodies, Deborah is the odd women out, happiest with a passport, a high limit credit card, her computer, and changing scenery outside her window Goaded by an insatiable curiosity, she flies airplanes, rides motorcycles, travels the world, and pretends to be of a badass than she probably is Deborah is the author of the Lucky O Toole Vegas Adventure series, a romantic mystery romp through Sin City Wanna Get Lucky , the first in the series, was a New York Times Notable Crime Novel and a double RITA Award Finalist She has also penned a few standalone novels After Me, a medical thriller, Deep Water, a romantic suspense, and Crushed, a contemporary romance set in Napa Although rarely there, Deborah calls Houston home You can always track her down at deborahcoonts.


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    Liz Nieman
    Loved the characters and enjoyed the story. Ready for more!

    Could have been excellentThese two books have good plots, believable, charismatic characters, and powerful descriptions. The problem is that they are too long. The overabundance of sex and language completely sour the story and add unnecessary length. It takes away from what could have been well written, interesting stories. I would not recommend!

    E-Reader. Murder MysteryLucky O'Toole is in charge of Customer Relations at the Babylon Casino in Las Vegas. She also made sure the staff new how to handle situations that happened frequently.Book 1 a woman fell out of a helicopter with the Babylon logo. She was someone who the Big Boss, Albert Rothstein knew and was trying help her find a new legitimate career. She was murdered and the #1 suspect was Jeremy Whitlock. A Private Detective who was also living with assistant. Ms. P Lucky decided to [...]

    This is a review of the first of the two book in this bundle, because I'm not in the mood to read book two. I'm sure it is just a continuation of the first book, which would be fine, but I have so many other books I'm more interested in reading now. Ms. Coonts books are light reading, which is fine if you are looking for a bit of amusement and no deep thinking - or even any thinking at all. I will have to warn those readers who are possessed with delicate sensibilities: these books contain soft [...]

    Interesting for the fantasy stereotypes it offers to its feminine audience--the fabulous consumption and status symbols of material gain for the protagonist, who constantly complains about the stress and demand of her workload dealing with solving all the problems at a grand hotel in Vegas. It has it raunchy moments, but what wore me out were all the fashion fantasies, the subplot around a mother who runs the best little whorehouse in Nevada, and the obvious plot reveal that was easy to figure o [...]

    Sharon M. Turner
    Great set of books!I really enjoyed these 2 books. So much so that I sat up all night to finish up. Deborah Coonts knows how to grab your attention and hold it. As a Public Relations boss in a high level hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Lucky controls how the place is run, throw in a murder or 3, several conventions, a world class boxing match, several conspiracies, 2-3 men who decide they want her, snakes, naked drunks, movie stars, a dive from a helicopter, a madam for a mother and a revelation as t [...]

    Potential Gone Flat With great characters and multiply plots these novels could have been five stars. A 6' blonde as Head of Customer Relations at the top hotel in Vegas are prime entities for super reading. However, liberalism has infected this author to the point of entire chapters being devoted to pushing agendas that are not accepted by millions. With that said, if you want to read page after page after page pushing extremist views then have at it. You will be a member of a vast minority th [...]

    Chandra Vice
    RivetingI downloaded this almost solely because it was compared to Evanovich and I *love* her. It's um It's not really like Evanovich. BUT. But that doesn't mean it's bad. I really enjoyed both books in this collection and look forward to reading the rest. I found it refreshing that the female lead was very competent and independent. All of the characters are interesting and nuanced and great fun to read about. The pace is breakneck, the mystery compelling, and the romance is sweet. Plus, I love [...]

    Fun romp around Vegas and it won't cost you anything! Lucky O'Toole stories are filled with interesting people, none more so than Lucky herself. Wanna Get Lucky & Lucky Stiff mesh nicely together and introduces readers to Lucky, Ms. P, Teddie, the staff at the Babylon and all the other "players". Lots of backround details keep readers from wondering who's who, what's what and so on. Ms. Coonts' descriptive writing makes it easy to picture the quirky cast of characters, posh surroundings of t [...]

    Milton Edgeworth
    Entertaining and close to a PlumAny review that tantalize me with a comparison to a Stephanie Plum grabs my attention. I really love the Plum series. Usually I am completely disappointed, not so much this time. Though it does not have the laugh out loud humor in the Plum series, it does have a saucy, down to earth heroine that you care about. Good read and will look for the follow ups.

    Dee Doyle
    LuckyLucky is an interesting character. Officially, Lucky is the Customer Relations Manager at the Babylon in Las Vegas. Standing at 6 feet and possessing an attitude, Lucky tries to help everyone in any way possible. Having lived in Las Vegas most of her life, Lucky has numerous legitimate and savory friends and contacts. I liked her sassiness, strong character, and get it done attitude. Very enjoyable.

    michael pilgrim
    Since tnhis is two books in one,they both get 5stars bBook one sets style and cast and tempo! Its a good story line! Book two happens about three months later! Also a better story with additional cast! Both books give you an inside view of Vegas ,and its ins and outs! And a glimpse of the Old Guard that started the Nevada scene! I enjoyed both books immensely !

    We are so lucky!Read all the books with Lucky in the title by Coonts. You will be doing yourself a favor. It has everything a girl needs: cars, shoes, liquor, clothes, and oh, MEN! Lots of them in all shapes and sizes too. And a great mystery to solve

    Enjoyable read in far-fetched settingIf you accept the ridiculousness of life in Vegas, these make enjoyable reading. Decent writing and likeable MC. Hook ending on second book is only in side story, not the mystery.

    Joseph Ewing
    Great BooksThese two books were great reads. I was captured from cover too cover. Lucky O'Toole is the ultimate customer service provider / private detective. The Big Boss and Mona are just what she needed to complete her life's journey.

    t l cross
    Highly recommendGreat no other words to describe these books. The characters are fun inventive and original fast paced the storylines keep you reading at an incredible rate, looking forward to the rest of the series

    Lisa Wingerter
    I enjoyed the characters in this for the most part. I love Vegas. Very interesting premise. I did get a little irritated with Lucky and her relationship. That part fell a little flat for me. But the rest was a pretty good read. I'd read more of this series

    Barbara Colao
    Loved the humor and fast pace

    Chris Blackton
    I really enjoyed these books so much so that I kept reading and reading and . . . you get the picture. I look forward to reading the next in the series.

    Fun readFun, enjoyable, quick to read. Hated to get to the end. Good for light reading. An escape. Highly recommend you give it a try

    Sally W
    Good vacation read.

    Patti Kerr
    757 pages of fun reading - 2 books in one!!! I loved this double book!!!

    Just OK. The mysteries were interesting enough but I found the fashion and relationship stuff increasingly tiresome. Made myself finish the two books in this volume but I won't be reading more.

    Both were really good. Fun, full of humor and adventure.

    Frances Batson
    Loved loved them! Want to read more Lucky!

    I love this series! Excellent writing, love the characters, great storyline. I can't get enough!!!!

    Wildia Maness
    Sin city funWhat a great series. Lots of fun and glimpses into the back workings of the strip. Is Lucky really lucky?

    Dav Hair
    whimsical fun!

    Dee A Evans
    Pretty GoodOnce again, a good story for Lucky fans. The setting in Vegas adds the oddity of people and the way they have fun.

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