Count Your Lucky Stars review | Maybe disappointment wasn’t an inevitability

Posted March 26, 2022 by geograph in review / 1 Comment

This book was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks, NetGalley!

Count Your Lucky Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur
384 pages
published February 1st, 2022

THIS IS THE SECONDTHIRD?? — BOOK IN A SERIES WHICH I DID NOT KNOW. I think this is the second time we are meeting Olivia, and then we are meeting Margot for the first time (but the first book maybe was not about Olivia?).

This is a second-chance romance novel with no flashbacks, and as your Local Flashback Hater, I’m very into this. The chemistry between Margot and Olivia is fast and heady, which I loved.

I felt uhhh extremely neutral about the sex scenes, which also seem to be the most they talk to each other. Honestly this book would have been better without the sex scenes; most of the other parts of the book are perfectly fine. The sex scenes are just. Uhhhh. Yeah.

It’s a fun read! Bring it to the beach! Bring it on a camping trip! Read it on the bus! Three stars. I’m not memorizing any passages from this book.

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