About the book

One holiday can change your life forever.

Natalie Jackson might keep up appearances on Instagram, but in reality her fiancé has just jilted her after the birth of their baby and she’s moved back in with her mum. Life isn’t exactly going to plan!

So when she enters the village raffle for the holiday of a lifetime, she thinks she has no chance of winning. But her name is pulled out – and, as luck would have it, so is a ticket bought by her childhood nemesis: Will Brimble.

Surely a romantic holiday for two is the worst idea ever…right?

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My thoughts

As Luck would Have It has been a breath of fresh air after reading a bunch of psychological thrillers.  It was just the right amount of cute!

This book is a pure celebration of friendship and second chances.  We are taken to Marrakech on a journey of love and I could almost smell the spices in the warm air at times because Zoe May gives us some beautiful writing and plenty of skill – her descriptions of the destination are everything!

Natalie and Will gave me such a giggle at times.  I just love their vibe so much!

This book is beautifully light-hearted and an absolutely perfect read for summer.  I don’t know about you but I’d find it hard to walk past that cover in an airport (or anywhere else for that matter).  It’s so gorgeous!

I don’t think I’ve mentioned this in any reviews before but I love when a book has an Epilogue.  You’ll always get me with the words “One Year Later…”  Can’t beat finding out what has become of characters I’ve grown to love.

Thanks so much to Harper Collins and Netgalley for my copy of this book, which was given in return for an honest review.

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Mother of Dragons, rugby coach and eternal dreamer. I love nothing more than being lost down the rabbit hole of books and my Kindle. With a pinch of empowerment, a teaspoon of solitude and the odd G&T I'm not shy of an opinion or letting you know what passions stir my mind! Musings of a binge reader.

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