This is a really sweet first love young adult romance.
Connor and Kerri are so good together but they both think they’re just mates. Connor is a really shy guy who likes Mallory (a vapid girl) and Kerri thinks she’s got the worst bad luck case ever.
This is a really sweet story about young love and misunderstandings ... all of the typical teen angst that go along with it.
This is a sweet story. It’ll remind you of your first love / crush and all the angst, giddiness and doubt that goes along with it.
* I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book *
Connor is Kerri’s good luck charm, but is he lucky enough to win her heart?
Basketball star Kerri “Killer O’Connor” knows she’s bad luck, and she's tried everything to keep it from ruining her life -- a rabbit's foot, a horseshoe, her dad's lucky shirt -- she's never without one.
When her dad gets hurt in a freak accident on Friday the 13th, Kerri is sure she’s to blame, but then a boy shows up wearing her father’s old sweatshirt, and Kerri’s luck suddenly does a 180.
Convinced that Connor Murphy is the talisman she needs to change her fate, Kerri begs him to be there for her while her dad is recuperating. Connor doesn’t believe in luck, but he’d do anything to win the girl of his dreams, even if that means spending all his time with Kerri.
Connor never expected to fall for the kooky girl with the crazy superstitions, and Kerri’s convinced that Connor wants someone else. But when luck turns to love, can Connor convince Kerri that he’s more than just her lucky charm?
This story is the second book in the Holiday High Series, but can be read as a stand-alone.
If you like:
Feel good romantic comedies like She's All That, 10 Things I Hate About You, and Easy A
Authors such as Kelly Oram, Natalie Decker, Jessica Park, Amy Sparling, or Nicola Yoon, and
Teen contemporary romance books like Adorkable, The Practice Boyfriend, or Cinder and Ella -
You'll love Good Luck Charm!