REVIEW: Lucky in Love by Kasie West

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Today we have for you a review, we hope you enjoy it. Don’t forget to comment your thoughts below. Muahhhh

Lucky in Love by Kasie West


Ah, another cute and adorable book from the wonderest author Kasie West. Kasie West has become one of my all-time beloved authors when I read By Your Side. You can see from my review how much I was gushing about that book. Haha 🙂
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Lucky in Love by Kasie West was charming and delightful. Just like her previous book. I only had a chance to read one, but from what I hear all of her books are very “cute” contemporary romances. Which sometimes you just need, especially after a high fantasy! I always need a fluffy, light read after a genre like that and Ms. West is always my ticket.

The cover is also something that I find incredibly cute, no? I love it so much!!! I swear Ms. West knows how to pull a cover nicely, every time.
I have to say though, I liked Lucky in Love but not as much as By Your Side! Even though it’s was a perfect setting for me. You see I love animals, A LOT and anything to do with them you have my full attention lol. However, it felt a little flat. Was it because I was expecting a lot from this one? I don’t know, perhaps.

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However, Lucky in Love was still a great book. My students loved it when we read it together. Some were even inspired to work at a Zoo! How delighted was I when I heard that. My students did point out that Maddie was a bit naive and got on some of their nervous, but other didn’t believe so. Nevertheless, Maddie is a good character even though she has a few flaws. She’s still a good relatable person. She can be a bit naïve and sometimes get to you. But you have to ask yourself? What teen isn’t at times?
My advice to you: Give her some time, she’ll come around. There are so many great lessons to learn from in Lucky in Love. I admire when YA books have exceptional messages. Even though she’s shy and naïve she ultimately learns from her mistakes and grows to be a great character. I find Maddie is a very relatable character and consider this book a great read.

Even though this wasn’t an amazing read for me I still enjoyed it, my students, however, enjoyed it exceedingly.


Have you guys read this book yet? If you did, did you like it? Tell us below and we’ll make sure to comment.

4 thoughts on “REVIEW: Lucky in Love by Kasie West

  1. I have read all West’s books. She is my go-to for happy, fluffy contemporaries. This was not my favorite, but was still good. I kept thinking there wasn’t enough Seth in this book, because I really liked him, and wanted more of that.


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