Once in a Lifetime

Once in a Lifetime (Lucky Harbor #9)Ben McDaniel is back in his hometown, Lucky Harbor, where he needed to rest. He had been through his own tragedies and needed a place that was safe. He wondered if coming back home was where he needed to be but he will find something to intrigue him, Aubrey Wellington.

Aubrey Wellington has a lot to be sorry for and she has made a list of those people she had done wrong. One by one she will cross them off her list as she made amends to what she had done. Aubrey will do what she can with her list and the hardest one will be with Ben as she is falling in love with him.

Once in a Lifetime is the ninth book to the Lucky Harbor series. I thought that this was a another cute book from Jill Shlavis series that was fun to read with a very sentimental value. Now as like a lot of her characters in this series they are flawed which makes them realistic and that is something I love. I want my characters to be realistic as you can relate to them more. There is part of me that wants something different from these books as they are all kind of the same but that is the style of the series.

So the character of Aubrey was really fantastic. She had a reputation for trouble but that did not mean she was a bad person. She was righting her wrong and it seemed that all the things she had done were provoked because the other person was lying or being too strict on her. Of course that is not always right but I wouldn’t say that she was a horrible person. I liked that she was making amends with her list and that list will turn things around for her at least towards the end. Now there is Ben who was a little broken and he is finding himself back in Lucky Harbor. I liked Ben for the most part, he was a little persistent when it came to Aubrey and her list which might not have been the best tactic. He was curious about what was going on and you kind of wanted him to mind his own business, but overall he was really a good guy and got it right at the end.

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