I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jill Shalvis
Released: May 1st 2018
Series: Wildstone #1.5
Published by Headline Eternal
“I wished the author changed it up a bit since she tends to do this kind of thing a lot in all her novellas.”
~ Under the Covers
The Good Luck Sister is a novella set in the Wildstone world by Jill Shalvis. The nice thing about this short story is that you don’t need to read the other books in the series to understand this one. Fairly simple in concept, this short story will be a quick read. While I loved that about it, I also kind of wished for more as well. Some aspects felt underdeveloped and that’s probably due to the word count restraint. The author was able to take advantage of the fact that this is a second chance love story, so some of those emotions are already there. They just need to be resurfaced. This obviously makes it a lot easier for development in a novella, but I wished the author changed it up a bit since she tends to do this kind of thing a lot in all her novellas. Hopefully, her next novella will have more of a conflict and challenge.
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