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Lucy Score

Autor(a) de Things We Never Got Over

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Obras de Lucy Score

Things We Never Got Over (2022) 2,095 cópias
Things We Hide from the Light (2023) 1,218 cópias
Things We Left Behind (2023) 794 cópias
By a Thread (2020) 493 cópias
Forever Never (2021) 444 cópias
Maggie Moves On (2022) 444 cópias
Rock Bottom Girl (2019) 310 cópias
The Christmas Fix (2017) 252 cópias
The Worst Best Man (2018) 239 cópias
Finally Mine (Benevolence, 2) (2018) 219 cópias
Mr. Fixer Upper (2017) 213 cópias
Protecting What's Mine (2020) 212 cópias

Associated Works

Holiday Ever After (11-in-1) (2019) — Contribuinte — 20 cópias
Beach Reads Box Set (2021) — Contribuinte — 13 cópias
Merry Ever After — Contribuinte — 3 cópias


Conhecimento Comum



After Nick Santiago's office burned down, he and Riley Thorn moved in together and are working out of her house where a group of quirky tenants also live. Nick's tendency toward being over-protective of Riley is worse since her brush with death, so when she is asked by Nick's former partner to consult on another murder case, he believes he must forbid her from helping, leaving Riley unhappy with his attitude. The waters get even muddier when Riley's grandmother comes for a visit to instruct her in the use of her psychic powers.

The Corpse In the Closet is a great addition to the Riley Thorn series. The romance between Nick and Riley continues to develop, and new characters are introduced that add to both the fun and the mystery in the book. There are lots of laugh out loud moments, and an abundance of clues carefully paced throughout the story to build suspense. While some of the events rely on coincidence and are over the top, the plot seems to find balance from the first page right up to the end of the narrative. Overall, The Corpse In the Closet is an entertaining romantic suspense novel well worth the read.
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ftbooklover | outras 2 resenhas | Jun 12, 2024 |
Gloria Parker has finally found the courage to leave her abusive husband, Glenn, with the aid of a blond woman who appeared out of nowhere and jumped on Glenn's back as he was attacking her. Now Glenn is in jail and she may finally have a chance with Aldo Moretta, the man who has had a crush on her since high school. When Aldo is deployed to Afganistan for 6 months, Gloria takes the time to work on herself and get her life together.

Finally Mine utilizes the same timeline as Pretend You're Mine, so some of the scenes and chapters from that book are identical, causing this story to feel somewhat repetitive. However, the characters of Gloria and Aldo are more fully explored as are the problems of living in an abusive situation and the difficulties in finding an escape. Because most of the other characters and events have already been introduced, the plot moves gently through Gloria and Aldo's relationship. Overall, Finally Mine is a nice, sweet follow up to Pretend You're Mine.… (mais)
ftbooklover | outras 3 resenhas | Jun 3, 2024 |
After discovering her boyfriend in bed with another woman, Harper Wilde takes off without anything but the keys to her car. When she runs out of gas just outside of a bar in Benevolence, she stumbles into a domestic abuse situation and attacks the husband. Luke Garrison can't believe what he sees and breaks up the fight but not before Harper takes some punches. With nowhere to go, Luke takes Harper to the hospital and offers her a temporary place to stay. It isn't long before Harper starts to find comfort in Benevolence and in Luke.

Pretend You're Mine starts out as a typical fake dating romance, but by the middle of the book, the emotion and the stakes are raised quickly through lots of secrets and revelations. I'm glad I made it passed halfway or I would never have discovered the meat of the book. All of the characters are fun with some quirky traits and the protagonists are well developed, while throwing sarcastic banter at one another. There is a small amount of suspense that is added and quickly solved, making it seem unnecessary, but overall, Pretend You're Mine is a fun and cute romance with some emotional depth.
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ftbooklover | outras 6 resenhas | Jun 2, 2024 |
• Well written, easy read with interesting characters and great quips. I look forward to reading the others.

• Lucy Score has a way of drawing you in and keeping you wanting more.
ShayPoolman | outras 5 resenhas | May 24, 2024 |



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