Megan hadn’t been planning on sharing a plane trip with a baby leprechaun. She also hadn’t expected to run from monsters or fight for her life while on vacation. But her life hasn’t exactly been normal for a while now.
And she’s not okay with that.
Now it’s time for Megan to learn what she’s made of—both her strengths and weaknesses—before everything is taken away from her for good.
Jaclyn is an Idaho farm girl who grew up loving to read. She developed a love for writing as a senior in high school, when her dad jokingly said she was the next Dr. Seuss (not even close, but very sweet). She met her husband, Steve, at BYU, and they have six happy, crazy children who encourage her to keep writing. After owning a bookstore and running away to have adventures in Australia, they settled back down in their home in Utah. Jaclyn now spends her days herding her kids to various activities and trying to remember what she was supposed to do next. She has published six books in a year, and her mind is still reeling from the awesomeness. Her books include Ring of Truth; A Christmas Worth Billions; The Princess and the Prom Queen; Magicians of the Deep; the Luck series--Stolen Luck, Twist of Luck, Best of Luck, More Than Just Luck, No Such Luck, and Just My Luck, a novella; and Endless.
Stolen Luck #1 - What a fun book! Even though I had read Seeking His Luck #7 first, it didn't affect reading Stolen Luck. This is a well written, suspense filled story. The characters have been thought out and their dialogue is realistic, even the leprechauns; OK, maybe their accents need more Irish. The story is filled with humor, mainly directed at the main character, but while laughing, the reader feels for the girl. An enjoyable read that makes the reader look forward to the next book of the Luck series. I purchased in 2017. 5*
Twist of Luck #2 - This story picks up seven months after Stolen Luck ended. This story is packed with action, suspense and fun. The well thought out plot just twists and turns, taking the reader on a kickin’ ride. The characters are growing better as the pages go rapidly to the end. The humor still exists, although there are some bad things happening, but so are the good. I purchased in 2017. This book reminded me of Butcher and Harris. 5*
Best of Luck #3 - Takes place the same year on Christmas day. This is also packed with action, suspense and fun. Secrets come to light; travel opens doors; and the humor is still constant. The characters learn more about themselves and their talents, even sadness doesn't stop them. This storyteller is on the level of Butcher and Harris. 5*
More Than Just Luck #4 - The adventures don't stop, even after everyone's graduated from high school. Learning about the real and fairy worlds keeps our favorite characters rockin’ and rollin’. The characters are experiencing growth in their adventures and the plot is intriguing. The humor remains and the author's descriptions never fail to entertain, just as in the previous books. I'm gonna have to call this one a cliffhanger. 5*
No Such Luck #5 - This book picks up where More Than Just Luck ends. The fun never stops and the story is so substantial, that the reader can't put down the story. Well written and full of action and suspense, along with a healthy dose of humor all through the story. It appears it's the end, but it's just the beginning to many things. The miracle near the end is very heartwarming and full of magic. As much as I loved Seeking and all the other books, I think this is my favorite! 5*
Just My Luck #6 - This book starts a couple of years before Stolen Luck #1 begins, telling Adam's story with Louie. Well written, but short. A nice, quick trip into the past. This is the last book I read, so all my other reviews apply to this book, too. 5*
Seeking His Luck #7 - This is the first book I've read by this author and I loved it! Even though this is part of a series, I didn't feel lost or confused by the story. It is a well written, intriguing story. The characters are likable, funny and believable. The plot keeps the reader immersed in the story and the humor adds to the enjoyment. This book happens 20 years after No Such Luck #5. 5*
She made the team and is now touring Europe playing volleyball. But her fairy guardians have disappeared and she's being followed. Picking up from Book 3, this really ends in a cliffhanger (although the instant story arc is completed).
I have to say I truly enjoyed this book, along with the others in this series. These books give us a little enjoyment remembering our childhood wishes. I don't like to give books away. But I truly enjoyed them.