Anna Black -
Luck of the Draw -
Available Now! -
3.5 out of 5 books -
Kennedy and Cherae have been best friends since childhood. They’ve always been there for one another and nothing could tear them apart. But when a sexy club owner named Julian comes into the picture, their friendship is tested. Julian becomes smitten with one of these two women, and the green-eyed monster rears its ugly head. Kennedy and Cherae's lives are now filled with more drama and deceit that neither one of them was prepared for.
Luck of the Draw is an entertaining novel by Anna Black. Black brings us a good novel about what true friendship really means. This story shows what can happen when one person’s sense of entitlement can cause havoc on the people around them. The overall message of this book is to really cherish your real friends and to watch out for those who may not have your best interest at heart. The only issue with this story is that there should have been a more complete conclusion. Luck of the Draw is still a decent, quick read.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
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