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The Good Luck Sister (Wildstone #1.5)

This summer, romance blooms again in Wildstone!After a difficult few years, Tilly Adams is ready for life to start going right. Though she has a case of first day nerves teaching art at the local community college, she knows it isn't anything a few snuggles from her rescue puppy won't cure. Until she sees Dylan Scott again, her one-time BFF and first love sitting in the front row.Dylan knows he should've left well enough alone, but when he sees Tilly living her dream, he can't help but make contact. Ten years ago, he left Wildstone and everything in it behind, including Tilly. He had his reasons, but now he wants her back in his life, anyway he can get her.When Tilly agrees to design the logo for Dylan's new helicopter touring company, it's business only...until she finds herself falling into his arms once again. Can she possibly open her heart back up to the only man who's ever broken it? But soon they're both realizing the truth - love always deserves a second chance....

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The Good Luck Sister A Wildstone Novella by Jill Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least letters Use up arrow for mozilla firefox browser alt up arrow and down arrow for mozilla firefox browser The Good Luck Sister Jill Shalvis This summer, romance blooms again in Wildstone After a difficult few years, Tilly Adams is ready for life to start going right Though she has a case of first day Bookshelf Jill Shalvis Jill Shalvis is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of many dozens of novels and novellas A two time RITA winner, she has than million copies Lost and Found Sisters A Novel Jill Shalvis Lost and Found Sisters A Novel Jill Shalvis on FREE shipping on qualifying offers First Time in Print From New York Times One Perfect Kiss A Hope Novel Jaci Burton One Perfect Kiss A Hope Novel Jaci Burton on FREE shipping on qualifying offers The New York Times bestselling author of Love Me Again Home Avon Romance This summer, romance blooms again in Wildstone Take a sneak peek at Jill Shalvis s next Wildstone novel, Rainy Day Friends, in this charming Maryse s Book Blog Following my heart, one book at Get Maryse s Book Blog updates delivered by email you ll get one daily email that will have each post from that day consolidated on it Be the first to comment Spokeo People Search White Pages Find People People search engine and free white pages finds phone, address, email, and photos Find people by name, email, address, and phone for free.

The Good Luck Sister (Wildstone #1.5) Reviews

  • Sofia Lazaridou

    Over the last year, I have become a Jill Shalvis fan as one can see from my reviews. Unfortunately, this book wasn't for me and I had a little trouble getting into the story. I understood why Dylan left Tilly all those years ago. It wasn't a selfish reason and that made me love him a little bit more. I didn't understand why Tilly didn't trust him even after they got together. He explained his reason and to me they were solid. Another problem I had with her is that she was judge-y when it came to ...more

  • Amy

    4 Quick and Sweet Stars!!

    “Once Upon a time, that sexy, gruff voice could stop her in her tracks.”

    The Good Luck Sister is a quick and sweet second chance romance. While this story may be a novella, it certainly hits all the marks. The Good Luck Sister follows the story of Dylan and Tilly. They fell in love at a young age and couldn’t wait to see what life would hold for them. However, Dylan’s life was anything but easy. He made many tough decisions; decisions that hurt, but he thought were for th

  • Claire Robinson

    5-"Still think I'm smooth..?" Stars!

    With each new story I read, I fall in love a little more with Jill Shalvis’ writing. Book one in the Wildstone series introduced us to troubled teens Tilly Adams and Dylan Scott. Their story didn’t have a happy ending in that book, and rightly so it was the wrong time for them as a couple to reach the right conclusion in regards to a relationship.

    The Good Luck Sister with a little time jump (ten years to be precise) revisits Tilly and Dylan, and things have c

  • Julie

    The Good Luck Sister by Jill Shalvis is a 2018 Headline Eternal publication.

    This is a follow-up novella to ‘Lost and Found Sisters” featuring Quinn’s sister, Tilly Adams.

    The last we heard from Tilly, she was an edgy, angsty teenager. But now she is all grown up and teaching a college art class. Sadly, she and her best friend and first love, Dylan, went their separate ways, breaking Tilly’s heart in the process.

    Suffice it to say that when Dylan shows up in her art class, she’s not exactly over

  • Aly


    If you read book one, it's almost impossible your forgot about Tilly Adams, the rebellious fifteen-year-old whose mom died and learned about the existence of her sister Quinn, who took care of her. Do you also remember she was friend with and had a crush on Dylan, a teenager with an alcoholic father who beat him and his mom ? Tilly certainly never forgot him nor the fact he broke her heart when he left Wildstone a decade ago and never looked back. The young woman dreamed of being an artist

  • Kimberly

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin

    The Good Luck Sister is a great pick-me-up read. I adored Tilly and Dylan as teenagers in Lost and Found Sisters, so I dove into their story, eager to see what they’d be like as adults.

    It’s been ten years since Dylan left Wildstone, breaking not only Tilly’s heart but his own. Now he has returned and the pull between them is as strong as ever. Tilly is understandably wary of letting Dylan in again, but he’s patient and determined to win her trust back. Both of them ar

  • Elle ✦ Pretty Little Books ✦

    Release Date: May 1, 2018

    Genre: Contemporary Romance

    A cute, enjoyable, and quick read! I have only read a handful of the authors books but have liked them all. So I'll certainly be reading more in the series and more from the author.

  • Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth


    If there is one author who can write a novella and make it feel like you just read a full length romance novel it's Jill Shalvis. What I love so much about her writing is what she doesn't say. Odd, right? But where a lot of authors tell you that a character is this and that way she shows you without actually saying it.

    Tilly isn't completely satisfied with her life. She feels that her big dreams from her youth to be an artist have never come completely to fruition. To pa

    “You were my best friend and the love of my life, and you never even looked back. You’re such an asshole.”

    The boy loved the girl, she was his reason to make it through the day when he had to bear the brunt of his abusive dad's anger. The boy left one day without looking back and returned after ten years. Now Dylan is back and he wants to make things right between Tilly and him.

    Tilly is such a lovely and a little quirky character. Each chapter starts with a line out of her diary and it gives her character so much depth. When Dylan comes back into her life all she wants is deny his existence but if she's the unmovable object he's the unstoppable force. I loved that Tilly didn't make me wait too long for her to see the heart of Dylan. There was no forced angst or unreasonable doubt on her behalf. When she learns the reasons why the boy left ten years ago it is is pretty much smooth sailing.

    “I didn’t think I was capable of love back then, and I wasn’t. Not until you. I loved you, God I loved you, but I had nothing to offer you.”

    Dylan is a sweet man with a single-minded determination you find in people who have gone through painful experiences and came out on the other side being better for it. His love for Tilly is obvious pretty much right from the start. Even when she gives him the cold shoulder treatment he doesn't give up. Dylan's witty and oh so considerate, honest and sweet and I loved how he was with her puppy. Leo, the puppy, was a character. So cute and precious.

    “Look, man,” he said. “We both love our girl, right?”

    Leo stopped growling.

    “Right,” Dylan said. “So I don’t know what your plans are, but I’m just going to remind you that I saw her first. And I’m happy to share her with you, though that offer’s for you and only you. It’s a good deal, I’d take it if I was you. Think about it.”

    I don't think there are many authors out there who can make me smile, giggle and swoon that much in a book like Jill Shalvis. She has conquered my heart with her beautiful words and if I have one complaint about this novella, then it is that there wasn't enough Dylan and Tilly. I loved these two and now I'm looking forward to the next installment in this series.

    One last word - while this is marked Women's Fiction I would still classify it as Contemporary Romance. But if that is what Women's Fiction a la Jill Shalvis is, I take it any day.