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Best of Luck

Chance of a Lifetime Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Will Damron, Carly Robins
Series: Chance of a Lifetime, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 8 mins
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Summary

Winning the lottery is the biggest ticket to freedom Greer Hawthorne's ever had. Until her best friend's brother comes to town....

Greer Hawthorne's winning lottery ticket doesn't just bring her wealth, it also means her chance at a long-postponed education. She's finally on the cusp of proving to her big, overprotective family that she's independent - until a careless mistake jeopardizes her plan to graduate. Lucky for her, there's someone in town who may be able to help....

Alex Averin plans to show up for his sister's wedding, then quickly get back to his job as a world-renowned photojournalist. But when gorgeous, good-hearted Greer needs an assist with a photography project, he's powerless to say no. Showing Greer his professional passion ignites a new one, and rouses instincts in Alex he thought he'd long set aside. 

Can a ceaseless wanderer find a stopping place alongside a woman determined to set out on her own...or are Alex and Greer both pushing their luck too far?

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Kate Clayborn (P)2019 Tantor

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wonderfully satisfying romance

Alex makes this book. He is completely wonderful, sexy, and sympathetic. An alpha male with a warm loving heart, a painful childhood and a panic -disorder you want to hug him and never let go
I loved loved loved all the photography scenes, they made Alex seem even more dreamy. Ms Clayborn writes so well
If I had any complaints, it's Greer who is hard to understand so i didn't sympathise with her as much. The scenes with both of them together were absolutely wonderful, but on her own Greer was harder to relate to