The Lucky Ones

The Lucky Ones

They called themselves ?the lucky ones.? They were seven children either orphaned or abandoned by their parents and chosen by legendary philanthropist and brain surgeon Dr. Vincent Capello to live in The Dragon, his almost magical beach house on the Oregon Coast. Allison was the youngest of the lucky ones living an idyllic life with her newfound family?until the night she They called themselves ?the lucky ones.? They were seven children either orphaned or abandoned by their parents ...

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Title:The Lucky Ones
Author:Tiffany Reisz
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:The Lucky Ones
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:365 pages pages

The Lucky Ones Reviews

  • Carol (Bookaria)
    Sep 29, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

  • Jennifer
    Jun 25, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

  • Melanie
    Oct 20, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰
    Jan 12, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

    3.5/5 I want to start by mentioning that this isn?t a traditional mystery/thriller, yes there?s definitely a mystery to be solved but if you?re looking for a book that is intense with lots of heart pounding moments it?s not this one. However, it?s extremely well written an...

    When you pick up one of Reisz's books you know that you are going to get something so well written that even the taboo and almost scandalous topics inside of it are going to be made into something you understand and almost support. She has a way with settings, words and people, that yo...

    Full review now posted One she was a little girl living in a foster home, Allison was fortunate enough to be picked by Dr. Vincent Capello, a legendary philanthropist/surgeon to go live with him in his beach house on the Oregon Coast with six other children. Allison was living her p...

    Allison was orphaned at age seven and lived in a group home. That is until the renowned brain surgeon Dr. Vincent Capello showed up and took her to live with him and his family in his coastal house in Oregon called "The Dragon". Allison now became part of an exclusive group dubbed "the...

    This book starts with Allison and Cooper talking. She's been his 'mistress' for six years and now he's ending things, because he's having a baby with someone else. (Readers of The Bourbon Thief might remember Cooper and Paris!). And while Cooper is with Allison, she opens a ...

  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    Nov 08, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

    3.5/5 I want to start by mentioning that this isn?t a traditional mystery/thriller, yes there?s definitely a mystery to be solved but if you?re looking for a book that is intense with lots of heart pounding moments it?s not this one. However, it?s extremely well written an...

    When you pick up one of Reisz's books you know that you are going to get something so well written that even the taboo and almost scandalous topics inside of it are going to be made into something you understand and almost support. She has a way with settings, words and people, that yo...

  • Jenny - TotallybookedBlog
    Feb 12, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

  • Beatrix
    May 12, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

    3.5/5 I want to start by mentioning that this isn?t a traditional mystery/thriller, yes there?s definitely a mystery to be solved but if you?re looking for a book that is intense with lots of heart pounding moments it?s not this one. However, it?s extremely well written an...

    When you pick up one of Reisz's books you know that you are going to get something so well written that even the taboo and almost scandalous topics inside of it are going to be made into something you understand and almost support. She has a way with settings, words and people, that yo...

    Full review now posted One she was a little girl living in a foster home, Allison was fortunate enough to be picked by Dr. Vincent Capello, a legendary philanthropist/surgeon to go live with him in his beach house on the Oregon Coast with six other children. Allison was living her p...

    Allison was orphaned at age seven and lived in a group home. That is until the renowned brain surgeon Dr. Vincent Capello showed up and took her to live with him and his family in his coastal house in Oregon called "The Dragon". Allison now became part of an exclusive group dubbed "the...

    This book starts with Allison and Cooper talking. She's been his 'mistress' for six years and now he's ending things, because he's having a baby with someone else. (Readers of The Bourbon Thief might remember Cooper and Paris!). And while Cooper is with Allison, she opens a ...

    Beautiful writing from Ms. Reisz, as always. Original storyline, very creepy and taboo, I believe Ms. Reisz took a risk with this one, but I didn't mind that aspect of the story at all (view spoiler)[foster siblings getting romantically involved (hide spoiler)] . TBH, The Bourbon Thief...

  • Betul
    Jun 23, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

  • Julie
    Mar 02, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

  • ♥Rachel♥
    Feb 19, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

  • Pavlina Read more sleep less blog❤❤
    Oct 04, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

  • Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
    Feb 12, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

  • Allison ❤️Will Never Conquer Her TBR❤️
    Nov 08, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)
    Mar 21, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

  • CC
    Feb 07, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

  • Kate's Corner
    Mar 16, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

  • Amy
    Feb 23, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

    3.5/5 I want to start by mentioning that this isn?t a traditional mystery/thriller, yes there?s definitely a mystery to be solved but if you?re looking for a book that is intense with lots of heart pounding moments it?s not this one. However, it?s extremely well written an...

  • Lo Bookfrantic
    Jun 23, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

  • Deanna
    Mar 14, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

  • Zoe
    Feb 02, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

  • DJ Sakata
    Feb 12, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

  • Sophie "Beware Of The Reader"
    Mar 03, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

  • ◆ Anna's ƦªϻƁℓℹռg$ ◆
    Mar 10, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

  • warhawke
    Feb 05, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

  • Stephanie Anze
    Mar 12, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

    3.5/5 I want to start by mentioning that this isn?t a traditional mystery/thriller, yes there?s definitely a mystery to be solved but if you?re looking for a book that is intense with lots of heart pounding moments it?s not this one. However, it?s extremely well written an...

    When you pick up one of Reisz's books you know that you are going to get something so well written that even the taboo and almost scandalous topics inside of it are going to be made into something you understand and almost support. She has a way with settings, words and people, that yo...

    Full review now posted One she was a little girl living in a foster home, Allison was fortunate enough to be picked by Dr. Vincent Capello, a legendary philanthropist/surgeon to go live with him in his beach house on the Oregon Coast with six other children. Allison was living her p...

    Allison was orphaned at age seven and lived in a group home. That is until the renowned brain surgeon Dr. Vincent Capello showed up and took her to live with him and his family in his coastal house in Oregon called "The Dragon". Allison now became part of an exclusive group dubbed "the...

  • Kendall
    Oct 03, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

  • Karima chermiti
    Jun 06, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...

    4.5 Stars! Allison Lamarque is at a turning point in her adult life. At this pivotal time, she receives a letter from her foster brother after thirteen years have elapsed without any contact. While she has fond memories living with the Capello family, she also has unanswered ...

    I swear, it doesn't matter what Tiffany Reisz writes- be it her BDSM series, The Original Sinners, or Mysterious books like The Night Mark, The Bourbon Thief, or this- The Lucky Ones, everything shines with her for me. The Lucky Ones is tagged in General Fiction (Adult) but re...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that are u...

    I?m going to be vague as this is a book where the less you know the better the book will be. Trust me. They said they were the lucky ones. And maybe they were. They lived on the coast in the Dragon that lies at the end of the world. Their past was never mentioned so the ...

    3.5/5 I want to start by mentioning that this isn?t a traditional mystery/thriller, yes there?s definitely a mystery to be solved but if you?re looking for a book that is intense with lots of heart pounding moments it?s not this one. However, it?s extremely well written an...

    When you pick up one of Reisz's books you know that you are going to get something so well written that even the taboo and almost scandalous topics inside of it are going to be made into something you understand and almost support. She has a way with settings, words and people, that yo...

    Full review now posted One she was a little girl living in a foster home, Allison was fortunate enough to be picked by Dr. Vincent Capello, a legendary philanthropist/surgeon to go live with him in his beach house on the Oregon Coast with six other children. Allison was living her p...

  • Melanie (mells_view)
    Jan 29, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

  • Shannon
    Dec 24, 2017

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

  • Marina
    Apr 13, 2018

    My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr... 3.5 Stars ?The Lucky Ones? was my first read from Tiffany Reisz. The blurb was interesting, I love stories filled with secrets and lies! We meet Allison Lamarque in the present day as she struggling t...

    ARC provided by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. ?She'd known nothing but love here, nothing but kindness. But someone must have left a door open a crack and evil had snuck in when no one was looking.? I really enjoyed this book. Tiffany Reisz is one of my...

    The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is a 2018 Mira publication. Very unusual, but utterly absorbing- I?ve long since moved on from super steamy erotica, not that I read it all that often in the first place, but because of that, Tiffany Reisz was never on my radar, until I read her...

    4 STARS When I first heard of this book, I was just about to start Loreth Anne White?s In the Waning Light. I clicked on it to change its status to 'currently reading'. My Home page opened instead. (A little piece of advice: DO NOT ever buy a touchscreen laptop. The tiniest ...

    Ummm.. I seriously don't even know what I just read? My last read of 2017.. and wow was it a terrible read. I don't know if I would classify this as a romance or a mystery? This book was nothing that I expected it to be like AT ALL. Ok.. can we say dysfunctional family?! OH M G...

    I picked up this book based on recommendations from Goodreads friends and ended up liking it. Allison has been living away from her adopted family for thirteen years, she was taken away after falling down the stairs, or did someone pushed her? She can?t recall what happened with c...

    Oh, I loved this book. So many of its themes deeply resonated with me, but I can't note them without spoiling this fascinating plot line...and I wouldn't do that to you. The Lucky Ones is part psychological thriller, part mystery, part [forbidden] romance, part family drama, part atmos...

    So I started The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz when a terrible book slump took over me. Yes, it?s a sickness. So, I had to put the book down until it was over. Once I picked it back up I couldn?t stop reading it. I just needed to know what happened. Allison grew up in a foster h...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ 3.5 Stars If you want an actual review, go to Deanna?s immediately because there is going to be nothing informative here and also because she?s the reason I read this in the first place so she deserves all the cred...

    Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type: Standalone POV: Third Person Rating: Allison Lamarque had a wonderful childhood when she was fostered by a philanthropic neurosurgeon Dr. Vincent Capello. For a few years she thrived under his care with several other kids until it was a...

    Favorite Quotes: If I wanted to judge people all day I?d either be a priest or get a Facebook account? Allison looked into his eyes. He didn?t have bedroom eyes, not like McQueen did. Roland had hallway eyes?labyrinthine hallways made of marble and lit by torches resting ...

    3.5 Stars! Atmospheric, eerie, and darkly romantic! The Lucky Ones is a menacing thrill ride that takes you on a journey into the life of the lonely, determined Allison as she unravels all the secrets from her past and confronts all the ghosts that still haunt her. The prose i...

    4.5????Stars Genre: General Fiction/Mystery Type:Standalone POV:Third Person "She was in danger in this house, but not from violence? unless it was the violence of her own feelings." Allison Lamarque lost her mother at a very young age.?...

    5 gothic stars Tiffany Reisz is what I would call a solid writer. No holes in her plot, characters constructed carefully, mounting tension, secrets unearthed and astonishing truths. She?s got talent and intelligence. It?s only my second book by Tiffany after The Bourbon Th...

    Allison felt lucky when Dr. Vincent Capello rescued her from the foster home nightmare she was in at the age of seven. Living in a big beautiful home right on the Oregon Coast with a built family of brothers and sisters felt like a dream come true. Until that dream came crashing down w...

    I still don?t 100% know what to say about The Lucky Ones. So many things happened, and I?m still on a bit of a book high from that ending. So I?ll just say this. This story is the perfect mixture of mystery, thriller, and romantic suspense. I didn?t know what to focus on until ...

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** 4.5 stars "Too many secrets in this house. So many they were starting to feel like...Lies." The blurb of The Lucky Ones was one that really piqued my interest. I had no idea what to expect, but I was ready for ...

    4 stars <3 What a great story, it surprised me a lot and I enjoy reading it!The Lucky Ones is a fast paced, atmospheric, dark and interesting story!I was intrigued from the first pages!I loved the plot and the setting, the characters were well developed! ?Sometimes you slay...

    ?Sometimes you slay a dragon. Sometimes you cut off its head and three more grow in its place.? This book had us up all night reading; we could not put it down. It was compelling, tragic, addictive, thrilling and sensual. Tiffany Reisz truly has a way with words that a...

    I felt embarrassed reading this book. I felt embarrassed enjoying this book! Sex IS involved, and it?s not conventional. It?s not actually the act that?s unconventional but the people doing it. Then there?s the medical stuff ? epitomised by a museum of antique devices , inc...