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??t plan for is a run in with the town bad boy Lucky Karras Outsider rebeland her former childhood best friend Lucky makes it clear he wants nothing to do with the newly returned Josie But everything changes after a disastrous pool party and a poorly executed act of revenge lands Josie in some big time trouble with Lucky. 45 Stories written by Jenn Bennett make me so happy And make me feel so much What can I say other than I loved it and I know it will be reread and that sums up how I feel about this book Thanks to Simon and Shuster Children s UK for gifting me with a copy of this book Buzzword Jenn Bennett

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Chasing Lucky

Budding photographer Josie Saint Martin has spent half her life with her single mother moving from city to city When they return to her historical New England hometown years later to run the family bookstore Josie knows it’s not forever Her dreams are on the opposite coast and she has a plan to get there What she doesn?. lately ive been feeling waayyyy too old for YA contemporary theres just been some disconnect that hasnt been there before so its a relief that JBs stories never fail to deliverit could also be that this particular book has so many of my favourite tropes childhood best friends to lovers a small town setting a bad boy with a soft heart and bookstore uaintness all of these things have definitely made this one of my favourite JB stories this is classic JB important heavy topics about coming of age told with a lighthearted sweet warmth its perfect for those not uite ready to let go of that summer feeling thank you so much to simon pulse for the ARC 4 stars

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Unexpectedly taking the blame Determined to understand why Lucky was so uick to cover for her Josie discovers that both of them have changed and that the good boy she once knew now has a dark sense of humor and a smile that makes her heart race And maybe just maybe he’s not uite the brooding bad boy everyone thinks he i. So Jenn Bennett has become one of my favourite YA contemporary authors That title may be a little hasty considering this is only my second book of hers but I love them so much While I didn t love this one as much as Starry Eyes I am convinced that she can do no wrongChasing Lucky follows 17 year old Josie St Martin a budding photographer who after being constantly on the move for the past 5 years is returning to her hometown Beauty This abrupt move was spurred on by her Grandmother hastily deciding to go travelling and needing someone to run her bookshop Josie decides to just try and keep her head down in Beauty before finally escaping to LA to her famous father However things don t go entirely to plan when one night Josie makes a mistake and her former childhood best friend Lucky ends up taking the fall I loved the setting of this book Small towns are some of my favourites to read about and Beauty did not disappoint It made the whole book have a uiet small town atmosphere which I really enjoyed The setting also lent itself to some social commentary about the economic disparity between some of the citizens and how that manifests itself in the local justice and political systems I adored the romance between Lucky and Josie Childhood friends to lovers is one of my favourite tropes I love the angst tension and shared history While I liked Josie she wasn t as intriguing or developed as Lucky Lucky was a really loveable character responsible for a large amount of my investment in the romance and plot Some of the scenes had me swooningWhat else is there to say This was an immensely enjoyable read that while did nothing exceptional or original was successful in making me happy for the duration of my reading experience I doubt this will stick out to me as a particularly memorable read even a few months from now but it served its purpose and it did it well I would recommend this if you have loved Jenn Bennett s books in the past or are in the mood for a cute fluffy YA romance Thank you to Simon Pulse for this ARCRelease Date 5 May 2020 Pushed back to 10 November 2020


10 thoughts on “Chasing Lucky

  1. says:

    ILOVE IT SOMUCHI cannot help myself I keep dancing my heart is singing I’m head over heels for these sweetest characters hooking story telling love at first side charm of Beauty This book makes you feel like you just recently chased your lucky stars and makes your heart pound fasterWinona and Josie have no idea when they take their first steps to their hometown they’d left five years ago they just entered to the highway to

  2. says:

    lately ive been feeling waayyyy too old for YA contemporary theres just been some disconnect that hasnt been there before so its a relief that JBs stories never fail to deliverit could also be that this particular book has so many of

  3. says:

    Me I'm so sick of the stereotypical YA bad boy with his leather jacket motorcycle sarcasm and tragic pastJenn Bennett May I introduce to you Lucky Karras Me I've changed my mind For the last five years Josie Saint

  4. says:

    45 ⭐️ Stories written by Jenn Bennett make me so happy And make me feel so much What can I say other than I loved it and I know it will be reread and that sums up how I feel about this book? Thanks to Simon and Shuster Children’s UK for gifting me with a copy of this book———————Buzzword Jenn Bennett

  5. says:

    ARC provided by the publisher via EdelweissI think this was very much the perfect story for me right now at this time Hopefully a longer review to come before release 3Content and Trigger Warnings for talk of loss of a loved one the sharing o

  6. says:

    I’m never let down when I read a Jenn Bennett contemporary so my expectations were pretty high when I started Chasing Lucky And luckily it was just as awesome as all her other contemporariesI really liked Josie and being in her head She ha

  7. says:

    So Jenn Bennett has become one of my favourite YA contemporary authors? That title may be a little hasty considering this is only my second book of hers but I love them so much While I didn't love this one as much as Starry Eyes I am convinced that she can do no wrongChasing Lucky follows 17 year old Josie St Martin a budding photographer who after being constantly on the move for the past 5 years is returning

  8. says:

    35 STARSA cute YA contemporary about falling in love learning from our mistakes and the importance of communicating with loved ones 17 year old Josie Saint Martin is returning to her hometown of Beauty after leaving town dramatically five years ago with her mother Since then they have constantly been on the move but now they are back to run her grandmother's bookstore whilst she is travelling Josie has plans to go and live with her father o

  9. says:

    I invariably enjoy Jenn Bennett’s contemporary YA novels And this latest release might be my favourite of them because this story really captured my heart The book follows the character of seventeen year old Josie Saint Martin who returns to her childhood hometown of Beauty after a number of years living from place to

  10. says:

    me i'm over ya contemporaryjenn bennett h me yes

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