Lucky Suit by Lauren Blakely
Kristen Leonard is done with setups. She’s not interested in your son or your nephew or your butcher or the guy who mows your lawn, thank you very much, grandma! After all, she’s a modern woman—she’ll take her chances on the algorithms of online dating to find her ideal man. Before long, she meets a man who might just be the one—he’s hilarious, quick-witted, and full of heart. And when she meets up with Cameron in real life, he certainly looks exactly like his profile picture…but something’s not quite right.
There’s really no telling what brought them together and all bets are off as to whether or not they can trust their hearts over their heads. After all, can you fall in love with someone you’re not sure you really even know?
This is a short one (2 hours 25 minutes) but it’s worth every second and it’s seriously fun.
I thought Kristen was a hoot. She had a quick wit and I laughed along with her and her grandmother all the way through.
Cam was completely likeable and there wasn’t anything about him that pissed me off. He was sweet and smart and completely into Kristen. I liked that there wasn’t a ton of whining about not wanting to be in a relationship or old flames showing up around every corner.
So, yeah, it’s short, but it’s fun and I’d listen to this one a second time.