Book Review

by Lisa Plumley

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Max Nolan superstitiously believes
in luck. But it's nowhere to be found when his current girlfriend angrily places all his clothes, including his
lucky suit, in the pick-up bin for the
charity shop Successfully Dressed.
To get it back, he agrees to work
for shop manager Lucy Logan as
a volunteer.

Lucy finds Max to be hunk-a-licious, and Max thinks Lucy is an amazing
distraction. Too bad neither one has
the time or desire to get involved. However, Max ends up making many friends at the shop and getting more caught up in their lives than he ever dreamed possible. And Lucy's friends, who are now also Max's friends, think that Lucy and Max need to make time for one another -- and they do their best to see that they do.

This lighthearted romance has delightful main characters and some interesting and colorful secondary ones. The romance that develops between Lucy's friend and Max's business partner is as fun to watch as the one between Lucy and Max. But given the lack of birth control, Lucy is very lucky not to end up pregnant. (Jul., 352
pp., $6.50)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Zebra

Published: July 2006

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