Friday, July 28, 2017

Lynzi's Review ~ Lucky Charmed by Sharla Lovelace

Lucky Charmed (Charmed in Texas, #2)Lucky Charmed by Sharla Lovelace
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 stars, Lynzi

Yet another book, I couldn't put down. If my reading keeps on like this, then I will be one happy reader.

I thought I loved book one of this series, A Charmed Little Lie. I absolutely loved Lanie and Nick's story, but this one is so much more.

I have never read a book along these lines, and I'm glad because this one will definitely hold a special place in my heart. There is nothing like this series. Charmed Texas is something else, in a very good way.

Carmen has lived in her small nosey as hell town her whole life. Everyone knows everyone, and their business. It doesn't matter if it's good or bad, the towns people of Charmed know it all. All she's ever wanted to do was leave it all behind. But her mother had different plans for her. So settling down was what she did. Even though her marriage didn't last, she was still stuck in the one place she didn't want to be. When the one person from her past that both broke and holds her heart, comes back into town, she knows nows her time to finally go.

Sullivan has always lived his life on the road. The carnival is what his family does. So where the carnival goes, so do they. Never staying in one place long. He's never had a place to actually call home. That's his dreams, that's the one thing he wants in life, a home. And there is only one place he wants to settle down, Charmed Texas. His home being that city, has never been an option. That city holds many memories, including the ones of his love and lost.

One wants to fly.
One wants to settle.

Neither willing to stand in the others way of their dreams, so a life together isn't possible. No matter how much they love each other, it still may never be enough.

This book shows that you never truly know someone. Everyone has secrets they try to hide. Until they can no longer hold that door shut, and everything is aired out.

Life has its ups and downs. It's pretty and ugly. It's good and bad. It's hurt and healing. That's all the things this book has also.

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