Thursday, August 26, 2010

Luck of the Draw

Stubborn Dani Carlson thinks she has the world figured out. The child of wealthy, absent parents, she grows up despising money and vowing to live simply and therefore happily. But when a young co-ed throws her plans for a loop she learns truly living may require compromise.

Meanwhile Brighton Anderson is just trying to get to med school without too many disruptions. But his relentless roommates and their silly laundry bet is just around the corner. And this time it's Brighton's turn. His challenge: Take three roommates on two dates each without them discovering his scheme. He knows it's immature, but with a big break from his laundry on the line he can't pass it up.

Brighton meet Dani... And Katherine... And Sandy...

Brighton meet trouble.

Rachael Renee Anderson's novel Luck of the Draw is an entertaining romantic comedy. Her characters are so well-developed you can't help but want to hug them at times and slap them at others.

Her pace makes the novel hard to put down and even harder to forget. It's a lesson in service, generosity, and making difficult changes for those you love.

You can buy Luck of the Draw online at Cedar Fort Inc., Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Borders.

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