Deborah Coonts
Lucky Stiff
January0 03, 2019 Comments.. 372
Lucky Stiff Lucky O Toole is up to her neck in danger again Vegas style

  • Title: Lucky Stiff
  • Author: Deborah Coonts
  • ISBN: 9780765325440
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lucky O Toole is up to her neck in danger again, Vegas style.

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    1. Eh?Eh! says:

      Whoa. I filled out the review space on the last first-read book I won a while back, and right away on the same day, I win my next one. I think filling that empty review space is KEY.I'm not sure what this book is, now that I read its description. I went on an entering frenzy earlier and probably wasn't choosy enough.-------Mistake. Please take this book back and recharge my first-read status. I wasn't the right reader for this book that the author must've worked very hard on. It takes great dete [...]

    2. Bonnie says:

      Interested in more of my reviews? Visit my blog!Lucky O’Toole is back in book 2 to handle more problems as the head of Customer Relations at the Babylon in Las Vegas. The action starts from page one with Lucky attempting to handle an overturned semi-truck that has not only blocked the entrance to the Babylon but has managed to dump its cargo: a load of bees. The following day, the body of Numbers Neidermeyer, an infamous bookie, is found floating in a shark tank and Lucky’s friend Jeremy Whi [...]

    3. Margo Kelly says:

      Bummer!Maybe my expectations were too high because I had enjoyed the first book so much or maybe this book just fell short. Either way, I had a hard time pushing through to finish the book.What I loved about WANNA GET LUCKY? (the first book in the series):1. Lucky O'Toole was in charge of customer relations at a big LV hotel, and she had great adventures solving customer problems.2. Lucky wasn't involved in an annoying love-triangle. She actually picked a guy.3. Lucky's boyfriend was a cross-dr [...]

    4. Cheryl says:

      Lucky O’Toole is back. Who knew that all it took was a truck load of honeybees to shut down Vegas. A truck driver lost control of his truck and yep you guessed it…tons of honey bees come flying out. Remember this is Vegas, so when the police receive the phone call about the accident, they do not bat an eye lash and dispatch someone to come clean up the mess. Because this is Vegas, it isn’t complete without a good murder. When Mrs. Neidermeyer is found as shark food, Lucky is on the case. L [...]

    5. Nora-adrienne says:

      You always wonder if the 2nd book in a series can hold up to close inspection. Well I have to say out loud. Lucky Stiff is funnier and more entertaining then the first. I'm looking forward to some fall down to the floor laughing entertainment in book 3.

    6. Dan says:

      I couldn’t actually finish this book. Whilst the first in the Lucky O’Toole series was mildly entertaining, and the backdrop of LV is always pleasant, this was tedious and wildly unbelievable. Where do I start? Lucky’s so busy she works 18-hour days yet she doesn’t seem to do anything other than investigate serious crimes and però on all things male including her friend/PAs partner. And the fact that she’s helping not only a PI but Detective ‘Romeo’ investigate a homicide, vein cu [...]

    7. MJ says:

      Series does have a vague Stephanie Plum feel to it, but I found it really hard to connect with the characters most of the time. That in turn made it really hard to over look the 'isn't it SO convenient that 'that' happened just so that 'that' can happen a bit later!' I thought about continuing the series, because there is the potential of it being better than it is, but quite frankly, it's about $3-4 too much for each book for what this authors offering. I'd be fine paying $1.99, probably $2.99. [...]

    8. Kat Jones says:

      Murder and extra sappy/horny. Teddie is in the beginning of becoming a music superstar and Lucky is already morning the eventual break up as soon as he sets foot on the plane and only stops to try to clear a friend's name of murder, save a virgin from her nutty mother, and to have a bit of sex then immediately goes back to moping and lusting after every guy she sees. I was hoping for humor, but there were maybe 20 good lines in the entire book. If you like romance great, if you want Vegas entert [...]

    9. Kathleen says:

      Taking place in Las Vegas this murder mystery takes you into the world of running a casino from the customer relations end. It starts with a tractor trailer full of bee tipping over, then to a body in pieces found in the shark tank. It continues with love, surprises and twists and confirming that you can't always believe what you hear/read. It is a light read, a step above a cozy mystery and leaves you with wanting more.

    10. WiLoveBooks says:

      I love Lucky but I didn’t enjoy this one quite as much as the first. My favorite parts are when she is dealing with crazy guests in the hotel, and in this one she spent more time trying to solve a murder. I was also kind of disappointed that her boyfriend is no longer doing his female impersonator act. I liked that about him. I’ll definitely read more Lucky, though.

    11. Levaria says:

      it was an okay story overall. I was tired of reading "the beautiful Jeremy." And the insecurity over one day was extreme was the later jealous outburst and retaliation scene. I have officially given up on the. characters and the series as a whole. Oh well.

    12. Jen says:

      Another fun, fast read about Lucky O'Toole. Although it stated to get repetitive by the end, it moved along at a good pace and had enough going on to keep me interested until the very end. Can't wait to read the next one!

    13. Roger says:

      An enjoyable read, I would recommend for consideration.

    14. Brad W Goodwin says:

      Just found the Lucky O'Toole series found it as well written as any book its interesting and keeps you riveted throughout the entire book

    15. Susan says:

      Snowed into staying at home, this was a perfect book to read! The heroine is sofunny, the Las Vegas setting ideal for any kind of crazy mystery, and there’s even a nice romance

    16. Carol says:

      Not quite as good as the first book but still very entertaining :)

    17. Jill says:

      Second one in this series. entertaining

    18. Brooke says:

      I absolutely love Lucky. This book was a fun read and completely entertaining. I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to get my hands on the next book!

    19. Shirley Worley says:

      Quick enjoyable read. Liked the characters and plot, but there was almost too much going on in this book to keep track of everything.

    20. Gwen Samson says:

      I hate beesWhy do I hate bees, because I am allergic to their stings and so is someone in the story. Excellent read and beautiful story telling from the author.

    21. Jamie Kline says:

      I was very eager to dive into this second installment of this amazing series. The first book, Wanna Get Lucky?, introduced me to so many wonderful characters that I just couldn't wait find out what was going to happen with them next. This is a good time to point out that, as this is a sequel, there may be some unintentional spoilers in this review. So if you haven't read the first book in the series yet, you may want to do that first. Ok, enough with the disclaimers, on to the review!We're reint [...]

    22. Jen Rothmeyer says:

      I reviewed the first novel in this series, Wanna Get Lucky?, four days ago. I reported that I really liked the book. While this holds true as I continue the series with Lucky Stiff, I did find that I enjoyed the first book a little more than I did the second.In the beginning of Lucky Stiff, Lucky has found herself in another sticky situation. A truck full of honeybees heading to an entomologist conference have spilled out in front of her casino. (Side note: Think this is too over the top? It's h [...]

    23. Marie says:

      This review was originally posted on my blog, Ramblings of a Daydreamer. You can find it, and many more reviews at the blog.Just like the first book in the Lucky O’Toole series, Wanna Get Lucky?, Lucky Stiff is a highly entertaining, action-packed read.There’s no wasting time here - we get thrown right into the middle of the action from the very first page. We’re reintroduced to Lucky as she’s left to deal with a ton of honeybees on the loose on the Vegas Strip. As if that isn’t enough [...]

    24. Whitney Oaks says:

      I really hate that it took me so long to read this book. I got it at the end of November, sent free from the Publicity Manager, and I tried several times to read it before Christmas, but I was just too busy. I gave up trying to read past page 50 until the new year. But, because I had gotten a Kindle from my brother for Christmas (Thank you Joshie! :) I had several other books I was reading. I finally picked this up on the 19 to start reading it again and I had no clue what was going on, so I jus [...]

    25. Kathy says:

      Lucky StiffLucky me for reading this hilarious Las Vegas romp!Bees! Babylon! Brilliant! It is Fight Week at the Babylon and this novel starts off with a Bang! Bees everywhere! Fortunately for the guests at the Babylon mega-resort, Lucky, the ultimate head of customer relations and is on the scene and ready to save the day.This is an excellent follow up to the first book in the series, Wanna Get Lucky? Deborah Coonts brings Las Vegas to life once again in the second Lucky O'Toole mystery. She has [...]

    26. Danielle says:

      Lucky’s back at it again! Taking charge of customer relations at The Babylon is crazy enough, but add a mother who owns a popular local bordello, a truck full of bees and a big time oddsmaker in the shark tank at Mandalay Bay and now you have a recipe for disaster. Only Lucky would know how to handle all of these complications as well as navigate a new relationship. Only time will tell if Vegas will eat Lucky alive or if she’ll end the week on a high note.Deborah Coonts is back with another [...]

    27. Wendy Hines says:

      Lucky O'Toole, the head of Customer Relations at the Babylon Casino and Resort, is enjoying her new found love with Teddy. The addition of another assistant has really helped lessen her workload and give her more time for play. With a big fight in a few days and an entomologist conference about to commence, Lucky knows she will be hard at work with limited time for her lover.To start her weekend, the truck bringing in millions of bees for the entomologist conference overturns on the Strip and ch [...]

    28. Lydia Laceby says:

      Originally Reviewed at Novel EscapesLucky Stiff is a who-done-it complete with 4-inch-heels and a girl who complains about wearing them and kicks them off as soon as possible. What’s not to love? The sequel to Wanna Get Lucky, this novel picks up where we left off with Lucky O’Toole. Everything is running smoothly in Lucky’s life until another murder takes place with ties to a friend and the hotel she’s head of customer relations for. We are treated to more outrageous antics, politics, s [...]

    29. Leslie says:

      Lucky O’Toole, head of Customer Relations at The Babylon in Las Vegas, returns, along with the zany cast of characters introduced in Wanna Get Lucky, for another fun-filled adventure in book two of this series.The story starts out with a bang as Lucky has to deal with an overturned truck blocking the strip and the entrance to The Babylon. To complicate matters, the truck was carrying a load of bees for the upcoming entomologist convention. A million honeybees have escaped and are now buzzing a [...]

    30. Nancy says:

      When listening to the audio version, you have to separate the storyline from the narrator. Bless Renee Raudman’s heart for attempting all the different accents, but the poor girl cannot keep them straight. Her Australian accents falls into to Midwest cowboy and what I think is a Hispanic cab driver slowly turns into a something that sounds more Asian. It got to the point that every time an accent would come up I would be more in tuned with how it would be butchered then with the actual words t [...]

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