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Review: Lucky Number Eleven by Adriana Locke

People say not to believe the things you read in magazines, but you know what? Most things you’ve heard about me are probably true.

I totally banged the reporter in the locker room after the championship game last year.

Those pictures in Expose from last summer? Those were not modified.

I’m also not really six-foot tall. (But let’s keep that between us.)

Now, I know you’re wondering about that last Expose headline—the one about me and my teammate (and ex-best friend) Finn Miller’s sister, Layla James. That one is a little more complicated.

Here’s the thing: I’ve played football my whole life. If there’s one thing I know, it’s how to adjust when the game changes. And if there’s one thing I always do, it’s find a way to win.

Granted, the stakes are higher. The playbook has changed. There’s more on the line than (another) MVP title. But guess what hasn’t changed? Me. I’m still Branch “Lucky” Best and I’m not about to fumble this one.

Grab a seat and a subscription to Expose. I’m about to make some headlines. (Again.)

From USA Today Bestselling author Adriana Locke comes a fun and flirty STANDALONE NOVEL.


Branch “Lucky” Best can attract women.  But their is one woman that will knock him down and rock him to the core.  Layla James doesn’t have luck with men.  Either cheating or a perfect match, Layla’s was fumbling with the opposite sex.  Her luck was finally turning around when Layla arrived at her family vacation home for a quick getaway.  

When two football players throwing the ball, who doesn’t look?  Her attention is sure not on her brother throwing the ball.  Her eyes on the man who is catching the ball.   The two have an immediate connection and drawn to each other.  With keeping their hot wild weekend a secret from her brother, Layla is gifted a special surprise that is due in 9 months.  When Layla tells Branch.  Let me say he didn’t react well and hurt her feelings.  But with a one-two punch, reality comes crashing down and Branch owns up to the plate.  Not everything is smooth sailing after the reveal.  Being a football player and the life, he’s afraid of her getting hurt.  

Life is a risk.  But is Branch will to take that risk for happiness?  I truly enjoyed Lucky Number 11.  I cant wait to see what is up next.

4 Book Corner Stars 
*ARC Review* 

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