Three Times Lucky, A Chance at Love Series, Book 4 By: CJ Warrant Narrated by: Christopher Sapienza



A long distance relationship can be difficult as Grant discovers in Three Times Lucky.

From the blurb:

Dr. Grant Delaney’s life is nothing but hook ups and one offs before a mutual friend introduces him to a certain California firefighter. Now, that’s all Grant thinks about. After three months of facetiming each other, they decide to meet. Then, the man he grows to care about takes off into the night without a word or reason, leaving Grant questioning his own worth like he has done for most of his life.

Over hearing a conversation between Grant and his friend, Robert Burke assumes the doctor isn’t ready to hear the news he’s been keeping for three months. As a parent, Robert has to consider of his son first. His feelings about the doctor can wait, especially after what he went through with his cheating ex.

Trust and honesty are what these men strive for in their lives. But broken words, secrets, and the past will test their journey at every turn before they get a chance at love.



Lesetiger's Review:

Both the author and the narrator were new to me. I enjoyed the writing style in Three Times Lucky and am looking forward to reading more of the author's books.

When Robert and Grant meet, they have great chemistry. But little do they know how difficult a long distance relationship can be. Then a few misunderstandings come up and things get complicated. I really liked the two of them, they are both sympathetic. Grant is a doctor, Robert is a firefighter and he has a son that he is very connected to, which I liked. And for him, his son always comes first.

The story was interesting there were sometimes heartwarming moments, sometimes exciting ones and also sometimes sad scenes. Grant and Robert had to fight hard for their happy ending. I found the story entertaining.

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