Friday Feature & Giveaway: The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart

Title: The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart
The Carolina Connections Series Book Three
Publisher: Sylvie Stewart
Genre: Contemporary, Adult (18 & Over), Romance
Length: 353 pages

Summary:

**NEW STANDALONE ROMANTIC COMEDY**

When your luck runs out, do you run away—or do you stay and fight?

Bailey: Let’s get one thing straight. I am not your typical girl. Sure I’ve got all the parts, but I’ve been a stubborn, irreverent tomboy since the womb, as my Irish father would proudly attest. Despite my Irish blood, I’ve had a bit of bad luck here and there—I recently trusted the wrong guy and got derailed in my professional pursuits. But I’ve bounced back. With my shields firmly in place, I thought nothing, or no one, could touch me again. Until he did. And he just might make this tomboy do the girliest thing in the world—fall head over heels in love. Of all the damn luck…

Jake: I’m a pretty lucky guy. I have a phenomenal family, a career I love, and I’m building a brand-new life back in my hometown. And, not to be a jerk about it, but I do more than all right with the ladies. Everything’s been going according to plan—like I said, I’m a lucky guy.

That was, until my luck ran out. Until I met the girl I call “Irish.”

Irony can go kiss my a$$.

The Lucky One is Book 3 in Sylvie Stewart’s Carolina Connections series. The Fix (Book 1) and The Spark (Book 2) are available in e-book and paperback as well. Each book can be read as a standalone with an HEA.

This book contains language and sexual content inappropriate for readers under 18.

If you like funny romance novels, romantic comedy chick lit, or new adult romance with sex, this romantic comedy series is for you!

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Purchase Links: Amazon US * Amazon UK * iTunes * Kobo


Excerpt

Bailey’s POV

For the entire week leading up to the big day, I’d walked back and forth across my living room in a pair of ridiculously high heels, determined that I would not humiliate myself by falling on my face in front of everyone I knew.

I’d thought I was prepared.

I was wrong.

I felt a twinge of something when I woke up, but I brushed it aside, as there were many things to be done—the worst of which involved Fiona plucking errant hairs from my face that I insisted I needed to keep for warmth when winter came. She didn’t share my feelings.

But, as the day progressed, there was no denying what was happening to me.

I was falling victim to the oldest cliché in the book. My brother was getting married, my friends were in happy relationships, and I was single and about to turn thirty. I could almost physically feel the cloak of the proverbial Old Maid descending upon my shoulders.

And that right there was how a tall, handsome, smooth-talking guy by the name of Jake Beckett worked the second oldest cliché in the book and got laid by a bridesmaid.

(Copyright 2017 Sylvie Stewart)


Author Bio

Sylvie Stewart’s addiction to books has been a lifelong problem. It was the cause of many scoldings when her mother discovered Sylvie army-crawling to the bookshelf after lights out. And it is the reason her husband would have a fairly solid case if he claimed “alienation of affection” and pointed a finger at her e-reader (a.k.a “The Precious”). Never-the-less, books are in Sylvie’s heart to stay, and she has transformed her love of books into a career as an author.

A recent move to North Carolina inspired Sylvie’s debut Romantic Comedy series. Carolina Connections is a collection of standalone novels based in her new hometown, and it combines her love of romance, humor, and sexy times. There is also some wine drinking incorporated in there, as this is another of Sylvie’s passions. Perhaps a future story will also involve kayaking, a new interest in Sylvie’s life. Experience has taught her that you can’t kayak and drink wine simultaneously, though, so don’t try this at home!

The Fix, The Spark, and The Lucky One are now available. The fourth book in the Carolina Connections series will release in Fall 2017.. That is, if Sylvie’s eight-year-old twins will stop trying to peek at her laptop while she’s writing. That might lead to some awkward parent-teacher conferences.

Author Links: Website * Facebook * Twitter * Goodreads


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8 Comments

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8 Responses to Friday Feature & Giveaway: The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart

  1. This book sounds fun. Thanks for sharing the excerpt!

  2. Lee Todd

    congrats on the new release

  3. Cathy French

    I like the blurb and am interested in this stand alone comedy read.

  4. Anne

    Thanks for this fascinating feature and giveaway.

  5. Trix

    Looks very entertaining!

  6. BookLady

    What a fun book for summer reading! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Timitra

    Sounds like a fun read.

  8. Joanne B

    Congrats on the release. This book sounds intriguing. Can’t wait to read it.