The Good Luck Sister
by Jill Shalvis
After a difficult few years, Tilly Adams is ready for life to start going right. Though she has a case of first-day nerves teaching art at the local community college, she knows it isn’t anything a few snuggles from her rescue puppy won’t cure. Until she sees Dylan Scott again, her one-time BFF and first love sitting in the front row.
Dylan knows he should’ve left well enough alone, but when he sees Tilly living her dream, he can’t help but make contact. Ten years ago, he left Wildstone and everything in it behind, including Tilly. He had his reasons, but now he wants her back in his life, anyway he can get her. When Tilly agrees to design the logo for Dylan’s new helicopter touring company, it’s business only . . . until she finds herself falling into his arms once again. Can she possibly open her heart back up to the only man who’s ever broken it?
This story is a follow-up novella to Ms. Shalvis’ book, Lost and Found Sisters. The original story featured Quinn, but in The Good Luck Sister, we have the chance to get to know a now grown up Tilly, Quinn’s little sister. You do not have to read the original story to enjoy this one 😉
The story begins with Tilly as an art teacher at a local college. She’s doing just fine on her own until the ex-boyfriend that broke her heart shows up in her classroom, asking her for help on a project he’s working on. Reluctant to help at first, her ex-boyfriend, Dylan, makes her one hell of an offer, and she makes the choice to help him out.
Along the way, these two characters are faced with old feelings, demons from the past, and the chance to reconnect and repair the damage that was done years before. It’s a very emotional and raw storyline that is peppered with humor and charm. This book is beautifully written and will leave you with a great big smile on your face. After all, there just isn’t anything else quite like a second chance romance.
I voluntarily read a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own.