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Lucky Number Four [Format Kindle]

Amanda Jason , Hollie Westring , Sarah Hansen
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Présentation de l'éditeur

***A USA Today Bestseller***

Pandora Ann Phillips' life is just normal-crazy.



Her mom's psychic, her dad's mom is a snob, her mom's parental units are 'too down to earth' and her best friends are newlyweds. Okay, so her best friends being newlyweds isn't really abnormal, but living with them in a cramped two-bedroom apartment definitely is. Sex, sex, sex, is totally on their brains. Actually, it's not only on their brains, but it's on the kitchen table, couch, on top of the washer...well, you get the picture.



Being a celibate (not by choice, mind you) full-time college student, and working as an almost full-time barista, Pandora can't afford to lose anymore sleep. So, she decides to seek out a new place to lay her head. Enter three 'drool worthy' male models that are looking for a fourth roommate, and they want her...and won't take no for an answer.



Romantic hilarity ensues as Pandora's life turns completely upside down, and she begins to wonder if it will ever be the same again!

Biographie de l'auteur

Amanda Jason is the pen name for Carol Kunz’s New Adult romance novels. She is the C part of the mother and son author duo, C.A. Kunz. The pen name Amanda Jason actually has a special meaning to Carol because it is a tribute to the set of twins she lost many years ago. Carol began her dream of writing when her son, Adam, asked her to write a young adult fantasy novel back in 2011. She couldn’t have been happier to embark on this wonderful journey into the literary world with her son because it was #1 on her bucket list. Carol currently lives in sunny Florida with her hubby and her two four-legged fur babies. She takes comfort in the fact that her amazing daughter and son live close by. When she isn’t writing, you can find her walking her yellow Lab or reading a good book. Lucky Number four is the debut novel of Amanda Jason, and it’s been a long time coming. If you would like to find out more about Amanda Jason, please visit the links below: Author’s Twitter Account- @AmandaJason13 Author’s Facebook Page- www.facebook.com/AuthorAmandaJason Author’s Email- amandajason13@aol.com

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 618 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 369 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1494783827
  • Editeur : C.A. Kunz LLC; Édition : 1 (4 janvier 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00HPAJ3SI
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.3 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 insipide 5 avril 2014
Par RAEL.ORG
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Je n'ai pas réussi à entrer dans l'histoire, d'ailleurs j'ai abandonné le livre au premier tiers. Les situations sont clichées, les personnages aussi.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Sympa 9 mars 2014
Par Nelly
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Bon livre, qui se lit très vite car on veut savoir comment l'histoire va tourner!
Par contre, un peu "jeune" et pas très réaliste.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Really good 4 mars 2014
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I loved this book. From the begining I couldn't stop reading, I was absorved by the funny things that happens and the romance involved. Totally recomended.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Writing - Crappy Story 6 janvier 2014
Par Stacey O'Neale - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I am giving this a three star rating based solely on the writing. She's a good writer, but this story is a mess.

SPOILER ALERT! Here are my issues with the book:

1. This would never happen in real life. Pandora needs to move out because her best friends/roommates are recently married and won't stop having loud sex. That's totally acceptable. Then, she answers a 'roommate wanted' ad. That's acceptable. But everything else that happens isn't. She goes to meet the people from the ad. They greet each other, and within minutes, are asking her to move in. No background check. No questions about her. Nothing. Oh, and the people she's moving in with are all rich, famous male models. Famous models place an ad on a grocery store wall for a roommate? Why do they need a roommate if they are rich and famous? If they were struggling models, it would've seemed possible. They would need roommates because their work is inconsistent.

2. Her name is Pandora (which is pretty cool) but they call her Dora. All I could picture was Dora the Explorer and it really threw me off throughout the book, but that was a minor issue. The biggest issue is there's nothing to Pandora as a character. She complains about her best friends/roommates. Complains about her family. Complains about herself. Why do they love her? Honestly, I really can't figure it out. Also, the reviews are calling this a romantic comedy. Where is the comedy? Was I supposed to laugh because she kept overdoing it on alcohol and passing out? Sorry, nothing happened while she was drunk which I thought was funny. Also, one of guys kisses her, but she doesn't know who. She assumes it's one of the models, but never talks to anyone about it. What girl on this planet would do that? We NEED to know who delivered the hot, sexy kiss.

3. One of the male models falls for her immediately because she's so different from any girl he's met. Really? And your basing this on the three sentence dialogue you had with her before she moved in? Did I miss a chapter somewhere? Pandora spends half the book interested in another guy and really gives the one that likes her very little time. Honestly, I don't see how his feelings developed. He's in a bunch of scenes with her, but they barely ever talk to each other. There was no build-up to this romance. We're just expected to believe it because he's telling us he's crazy about her.

Bottom Line - This wasn't for me, but I'd consider buying other books from this author because I thought it was well-written. A well-written crappy story.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Dora ruined this book for me 12 janvier 2014
Par A. Sharp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I'm not sure how else to describe this book other than "fluff." Everything that you would expect to make a great new adult contemporary romance (characters, plot, conflict, storytelling) was mediocre in this book. I think the concept was actually pretty solid and if executed well, it could have been a great book. But it fell flat on many counts for me...

First of all, the characters felt very 2 dimensional and you got almost NO emotional depth from any of them.

Secondly, The "psychic" aspect of the story was also perplexing to me. Dora claims that she is an empath, or has the ability to sense the emotions of others, however this skill is never used in any overt way. It is mentioned once during a confrontation with Liam. One would expect that with a skill like that, it would become a tool that the heroine uses to solve conflicts and find resolution... however this little element was never followed through and provided little to NO perceived benefit to the advancement of the story.

And lastly (and my deal breaker) was the character of Dora. If you are going to write a first person perspective book, you need to at least be able to respect and care about the main character enough to want to experience the story through their eyes. Otherwise, the book becomes a painful waste of time. To but it bluntly, I grew to truly detest Dora during this book. She came across as a shallow, exceedingly selfish and prejudicial girl. Her emotional maturity level placed her more like an immature 16-year old, rather than a 20-something college student (no clue how old she really was). She must have rolled her eyes literally every other page, and she was downright RUDE to her roommates for no justifiable reason. She took pains to avoid them, and even walked ahead of them to get in the elevator by herself. This inexcusable behavior was based off a prejudicial assumption (on part of Dora) that because the three guys (Drew in particular) are all supermodels, they must be vain, selfish, self centered playboys. Therefore, she's determined to give them all the cold shoulder with a "mighter than thou" attitude, despite their best attempts to simply be nice to her. However, other than having Drew answer the door in his underwear and a robe the first time they meet, and a bunch of tabloid articles about him, the author never wrote ONE scene that proved this behavior was justified. As my 6th grade English teacher once told me... "show don't tell." You want me to believe Drew is a playboy? SHOW it to me... don't tell it to me through Dora's narrow first person perspective (all based on a prejudicial assumption) and expect me to believe you. It felt to me like Dora's behavior was a fabrication on behalf of the author for nothing more than the sake of conflict in the book, rather than a byproduct of actual justifiable character flaws.

This behavior may have been acceptable at the very beginning of the book, but it goes on for FAR TOO LONG to be justified, and ended up just making Dora look like a major b*tch. Plus, it boggled my mind why any of the guys would like her based on this attitude, unless they have such low self esteem that they enjoy playing the part of a doormat.

The worst part was, Dora never really "grew" in the book either. She never recognized these flaws and learned from them or consciously overcame them. Majorly disappointing.

Liam was a saving grace for this book. He always seemed mysterious and aloof, and kept me interested to know what was going on with him. If it hadn't been for him, I am not sure I could have finished the book.

I also did like how the author gave us a paragraph from one of the guys' POV's at the end of certain chapters. You know one of them is falling hard for Dora, however you don't know WHO it is because the author leaves it intentionally cryptic, so she keeps you guessing until around halfway through the book (when best friend Jeff comes into the picture) and then it becomes rather obvious. Still, I thought it was an interesting device, and certainly kept me reading to find out who it was.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gah.............. 20 janvier 2014
Par Joy2320 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
What's up with the negative comments? Seriously, fussing that this wouldn't happen in real life? News Flash - this is FICTION. Did you mean to get something in the non-fiction group? I loved this book and I laughed out loud at Dora's conversations with herself. Her family was funny and her friends were amazing. It didn't have many errors and for a first book that is a big deal. The romance was sweet. Don't pay so much attention to the negatives posted here. If you have a sense of humor and you are smart enough to realize you will be reading Fiction and you like romance books you will love this book.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 fluffy 17 janvier 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
Oh boy. I'm not entirely convinced that this book wasn't written by a 12 year girl. I really don't even know how to compliment this. I struggled to finish because the writing is so extremely poor. So many pointless details. SO. MANY. And hey, is Dora's hair red? I can't be sure- it was only mentioned about a thousand times. We get it.

The story is...I don't even know. Beyond realistic, beyond even fantasy, and way past the point of ridiculous.

Seriously, save yourself the $.99 and skip it. I sure wish I had.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not smexy 23 janvier 2014
Par Lauren Dean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I wanted to like this book but I just couldn't. The main character, Dora, was whiny and annoying. The plot was predictable and the writing was sloppy. I won't read anything by this author again.
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