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The Lucky Ones

By: KG MacGregor
Narrated by: Elizabeth Russell
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Scarred by her mother's betrayal, Brittany Iverson left home half a lifetime ago for the promise of California, with its vibrant, cosmopolitan lesbian community. She wouldn't go back to Kentucky for a million dollars. But several million? That's a different kettle of fish. All Britt has to do is help resurrect her father's failing business so they can sell it to the highest bidder.

Thanks to a college softball scholarship, Ninah Faust escaped her upbringing as well, leaving Eastern Kentucky's impoverished coal country for the quaint small town of Leland. Now a high-school history teacher, she enjoys a laid-back lifestyle, a close-knit circle of lesbian friends, and the Longdogs, Leland's minor-league baseball team. Ninah knows better than to fall for newcomer Britt, whose plan is to get in, get rich, and get out. Britt knows better, too, since the last thing she needs is a girlfriend in Kentucky. But fall they do - so which one will give up her perfect life for the other?

The Lucky Ones marks a return to the idyllic hamlet of Leland, Kentucky, where you're sure to run into the town's most prominent lesbian couple - Justine Hall and Carly Griffin, from The House on Sandstone.

©2019 KG MacGregor (P)2020 Tantor
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Wasted credit

I suffered through to the end, but it was undoubtedly the biggest waste of a credit.
The narrator was horrible… Kentucky and Louisiana do not have the same accent. And the story was like getting hit over the head with a woke club. I hate Trump as much as the next self respecting lesbian, but for F*^#’s sake, I don’t need it preached to me in my lesbian literature! We get it, Trump is bad, racism is bad, homophobia is bad.
Odds are, if we chose this book, we know. Seems like the author was trying to convince herself that she knows it too.

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Hey, All Southern Accents Aren't the Same

The narrator's egregious massacre of most, if not all of the voices of the characters in this book made it impossible to listen to. I don't know how much I might have liked the story if I could have listened past the first hour.

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  • 08-23-20

A nice wee story that jogs along.

A simple story of family and friends, of second chances. I drive a long way every day to work and this kept me in good company.