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Thursday, December 17, 2015

Amazon Top Reviewer Gives Romantic Comedy Five Stars

Title: Lucky Dawg Meets Lucky Lucy
Author: Edward Fox
Author's Blog: https://egfoxbooks.wordpress.com
Genre: Romantic Comedy with some Paranormal
Reviewer: cc2015 (Verified Purchaser) Gave this book a 5 Star Rating
Reviewer's Rating on Amazon: Top 1000 Reviewer
e-Book & AudioBook can be purchased at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014RU6S7W
Story Published on Amazon, part of the Kindle Unlimited program.

Romance readers are in for a real treat with this book! Lucky Dawg Meets Lucky Lucy is a fun, yet sexy romance read intended for adult readers. I found Lucky Dawg's narration to be very fun and interesting, from when he was explaining the origin to his name to how he's lucky--he's definitely got a lot of personality and I found that to be very unique about this book! Also, though this is part of a series, there's no cliff hanger at the end--though I DO want more from Lucky Dawg and Lucky Lucy, it's a very satisfying read. I highly recommend this if you're looking for a hot romance read.


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