THE LUCKIEST by M.J. O’Shea and Piper Vaughn
The Luckiest by M.J. O’Shea & Piper Vaughn
Lucky Moon, Book 2
Reviewed by Lisa
Rock god bass player for mega band Luck, Nick Ventura indulged in drugs and alcohol on a semi reasonable basis considering his lifestyle until his older brother Shane fell in love with Jesse and moved on with his life. Without Shane there to put the brakes on Nick went wild with everything and ended up crashing an expensive sports car through a department store window. The band’s expensive lawyers were able to get Nick time in Glenwood, a medium level rehab facility instead of prison.
Part of the deal he cut means he attends daily sessions with a shrink and sees their nutritionist to heal his drug and alcohol ravaged body. As far as Nick is concerned the shrink is a waste, the nutritionist however is kinda hot and able to keep his patient on his toes. Luka Novak intrigues Nick simply because Luka can dismiss or deflect anything the rocker verbally throws at him. Tentative though it is, an unlikely friendship develops between the obviously gay Luka and the bi-sexual bassist. They’ve nothing in common – Nick’s a victim of childhood abuse while Luka knew loving parents, yet a bond is forming, something special they’d like to explore further when Nick finishes his recovery. Problem is, Nick’s never had a normal relationship in his life. For Luka’s sake he’s willing to try.
The Luckiest delivers on a red hot, roller coaster romance. For Nick and Luka their love story is strewn with a veritable boulder filled rocky road before happiness is truly achieved. And even though there are a few uneven moments the second story in the Lucky Moon series pulls, tugs, and strokes all the right emotional buttons to make The Luckiest a memorable book. I Joyfully Recommend The Luckiest as a highly erotic, heartfelt drama that satisfies completely.