Luck of the Draw by Rachael Renee Anderson

Four weeks. Three roommates. Two dates each.

Brighton Andrews has never had a problem getting a girl to go out with him. So when his friends dare him to ask out three roommates at the same time, he figures this will be the easiest bet he’ll ever win–even with the added clause that the girls can’t find out they’re all dating the same guy. And with a whole month free from laundry at stake, who could resist?

Of course, that’s before he meets the girls.

Rachael Renee Anderson’s charming Luck of the Draw puts a hilarious twist on a modern-day love story. Fast-paced, witty, and full of fun, the odds are stacked that this is one book you won’t be able to put down.

Brighton Andrews has no idea what he is in for when he agrees to a “laundry bet” with his roommates. Why not agree to the bet? It means he’ll finally have a reason to ask out Katherine, the cute girl he’s seen at the library. All he has to do is date 2 of her roommates at the same time and he’s free from laundry for a month. How hard can it be?

Luck of the Draw is a delightful book. This fast paced, humorous story is sure to please readers who enjoy a good clean uplifting story. The combination of humor, romance and a meddling grandmother make this a book worth taking the time to read.

This is the way I like LDS novels. A fun romantic comedy without any preaching. Luck of the Draw holds crossover appeal to non-LDS readers. The characters in the novel are LDS but that is not the focus of this book. The book takes place at BYU-Idaho but could just as easily be set in any college. The temple is the only other thing mentioned that has anything to do specifically with the LDS church. Anyone who likes clean romantic comedies is sure to enjoy Luck of the Draw.

I do judge a book by its cover and I adore this cute cover. I’m most definitely going to check out Rachael Renee Anderson‘s other book Divinely Designed.

I won this copy of Luck of the Draw through goodreads giveaways.

Content: Squeaky clean.

Rating: 4 Stars