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The Lottery Winners

(The Lottery Winners #0.5)

Miserable job. Horrible boss. Every day it seems to get worse.

Daisy, Ivy, Marilee and Tony work at “Janice’s”, a truck stop diner in Kentucky. The owner uses any excuse to dock their pay, steals their tips and just makes their lives miserable.

One day, they go out and, just as a fluke, combine their money and buy a lottery ticket. Sipping cheap wine and staring at the s Miserable job. Horrible boss. Every day it seems to get worse.

Daisy, Ivy, Marilee and Tony work at “Janice’s”, a truck stop diner in Kentucky. The owner uses any excuse to dock their pay, steals their tips and just makes their lives miserable.

One day, they go out and, just as a fluke, combine their money and buy a lottery ticket. Sipping cheap wine and staring at the stars, they dream about what they would do if they won.

The following morning, they wake up to find…they won! They’d won the massive jackpot! $1.6 BILLION dollars! After taxes, they are now each worth over $200 Million!

This is the story about how they spend that money…and how they decide to make the world a better place. . more

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Great start to a new series.

Love this authors books and when she starts a new expanded series she loves to give us readers a Novell’s with a prequel of sorts. A book to set the scene or wet the whistle for the series of upcoming books. She has me ready to jump ingest first to find out all about the Lottery winners in this quirky KY town.

The writing style is terrible, with grammar and spelling errors. I dumped this very early on.

”’Four burgers,’ she called out, sticking the order slip up on Tony’s spinning circle that held all of the diners’ orders.”

Spinning circle? Really? The writing style is terrible, with grammar and spelling errors. I dumped this very early on.

”’Four burgers,’ she called out, sticking the order slip up on Tony’s spinning circle that held all of the diners’ orders.”

Spinning circle? Really? . more

The Lottery Winners.

A free introduction into a series that seem to be Fanfreakingtastic. Great characters with plenty of please give me some more. I can’t wait to read more of these stories.

Great

I love Ms Lennox’s writing. She can make anything seem real. And believe me, these characters seem like your neighbors. This is the background for the series, I’m so glad I read it. It gives a lot of detail for the series. I can’t wait to read the first book.

Loved it.

This was a good read. I love smart people who have a heart, and this book has 4. I would have loved a little more detail on the lawyer, he seems interesting.

Great people

I loved the main characters and how they worked together and thwarted the nasty owner. I enjoyed the character development and how real the people were.

Ehh.

Not so great, but not bad either. Spelling, grammar errors. Feels like it was rushed and not all there. Disappointed overall. But the price was right

Series

I love a good series you really get to know the characters over subsequent books once again great reading Elizabeth

Excellent story

Story too short. I enjoyed it Elizabeth Lennox always write a good book. I love reading her books . Will recommend it to my friends.

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About Elizabeth Lennox

USA Today™ best-selling author Elizabeth Lennox writes contemporary romance novels featuring sheiks, business tycoons, royalty, and other sexy rich men. Her male lead characters are smart, driven and determined, but can still be sensitive and vulnerable. Elizabeth’s female lead characters come from a variety of backgrounds. They are strong, intelligent and independent, while still feminine and car USA Today™ best-selling author Elizabeth Lennox writes contemporary romance novels featuring sheiks, business tycoons, royalty, and other sexy rich men. Her male lead characters are smart, driven and determined, but can still be sensitive and vulnerable. Elizabeth’s female lead characters come from a variety of backgrounds. They are strong, intelligent and independent, while still feminine and caring.

Although she wanted to be a romance novelist since the eighth grade, that dream only became a reality for her in 2009 and a full time job in 2012. Along the way, she received a BS in History and held different jobs in the real estate, government consulting, and financial industries. All during that time, though, she was always writing, using her personal experiences, dreams, and travels throughout the United States, Europe and the Caribbean as backdrops for her stories. To date, she has written over eighty books and sold over 1.7 million copies. Her free novellas have been downloaded over 2.9 million times since 2013.

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