• The Lucky Charm

  • Silver City Secrets Series, Book 1
  • By: Romeo Alexander
  • Narrated by: Lee Lovsett
  • Length: 2 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to the Hotel Opulence: a place where dreams are made, fortunes are lost, and hearts can be mended, stolen, or broken at a moment’s notice.

A lucky charm hidden in plain sight…

Charlie Cooper has never had the best luck, at least not the kind he can keep for himself. On the surface, he’s an ordinary guy in need of a win. But what lurks beneath the surface is what makes Charlie truly special. He has a gift, “Lucky Lips,” as someone called it. One kiss from Charlie means a day of good luck. The more meaningful the kiss, the better the run of luck that follows. But every gift can also be a curse…For every run of good luck that follows whoever he’s kissed, Charlie’s luck turns sour. After years of being taken advantage of, Charlie isn’t looking for love, romance, or anything resembling a connection that could put him at risk, and the graveyard shift at Hotel Opulence is the perfect place to hide. 

A high-roller looking for a thrill…

When the world is at your fingertips, the only thrill worth seeking is one that can’t be bought. Dutch Herrington is a self-made millionaire with money to burn. High-stakes poker is his passion and he’s played at some of the best tables in the world…except the ones at Hotel Opulence. Dutch has seen and had it all, but there’s something special about Charlie Cooper that sets him on fire in a way that only the cards have given him before. 

When a fateful misunderstanding lands Charlie right in Dutch’s lap, tempers and passions will flare, leaving Charlie with no option but to reveal his secret to the one person who could break his heart wide open. Can Dutch let go of his need to win, or will the temptation of Charlie’s “Lucky Lips” be too much for this risk-taking high-roller to bear?

There are secrets hidden behind every door in the Hotel Opulence. Check in, grab a cocktail, and place your bets. The Lucky Charm is a steamy m/m romance featuring a devastating billionaire and a broken-hearted loner in search of a little magic in a mundane world.

©2018 Romeo Alexander (P)2018 Books Unite People LLC

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Very Cute Story

Really cute premise for a romance - reminds me of that movie where every girl the MC would date would end up finding true love on her very next date? Loved that one.

Romeo Alexander does a good job setting up these characters and making them easy to like. Sweet and a whole bunch of fun.

Audio nicely performed by Lee Lovsett.

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solid 3.5 stars

Would I listen to it again: probably
Did the story keep me engaged: yes
Was I invested in the characters: yes
What did I like about the story? pure fun, light-hearted love story. Three hours isn't really long enough to develop characters well, but Charlie and Dutch were interesting enough and The Lucy Charm has a good pace and premise to keep it entertaining. My heart went out to Charlie, convinced guys are with him just to help themselves.

I'm a bit on the fence with the narrator. The characters are given their own voices, but at times the narration felt almost robotic and needed more inflections to make the characters feel believable and bring them to life.

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Nice short story

I liked the premise in this one, but the story was too short for my liking, and I think that the conflict resolved itself without a very good reason to do it so.

Nevertheless, the story was entertaining, and, as I said, it's short, so...

Lee Lovsett did a good job with the narration.