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Every woman in Millie Delacroix's family is cursed - kind of. Birth control just doesn't work for them. Like ever. Going to the altar knocked up is pretty much a family tradition. And 24-year-old Millie refuses to let that happen to her - again. Especially now that she's responsible for raising her brothers and sister. 

A life of celibacy is her best defense - at least until the kids are grown and can take care of themselves. And, really, what's 10 years with no sex? No men. No sex. No love. It's a fool-proof plan. Until she meets Luc Valencia.  

The Mexican-American contractor is just trying to do his best. Since his father handed him the reins to the family business, every day is a test to prove himself. At this point in his life, professionalism has to be his top priority. At least until Millie becomes Luc's client. Even with too much on her shoulders, the feisty redhead has the power to set him off, crack him up, or bring him to his knees. All he has to do is resist falling for her through one kitchen remodel, and everything will be fine. Right?

©2019 Stephanie Fournet (P)2020 Tantor

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Not going to finish

I may be too old for this book. The lead male character and narration are fine. The female character is a vet which is surprising because she doesn't seem bright otherwise. There is a long scene where she is covered in dog anal gland mess and has, for some reason, gone home and is visiting company without changing.
There is a 5 minute discussion about who will eat 2 pieces of pizza (nobody has food security issues).
The character learns how to clean out a kitchen to remodel for about half an hour - did you know a fridge should be emptied before you move it etc. Very mundane.
The female narration was not my cup of tea but I'm sure that's a personal preference.
The overall plot is interesting but unfortunately I'm about 3 hours in and nothing interesting has happened and the character gets continually more boring.

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a must read!!

im not gonna lie the beginning was kinda drowsy and I was like get to the point guys. but the point that I was waiting for hit me so fast and it just continued going sweet from there. i mean the whole basis of the novel "curse" is kinda questionable, but if you just determine to look past all the technicalities and focus on the story itself its worth spending a credit on.

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  • 2020-07-16

A book that grabs at page one

I was delighted to see that Stephanie Fournets' book is on audible. I downloaded it the first day. I love to listen to audible books while I walk each day.
" Kind of Cursed" made me look forward to my daily walk so much. As usual the author is such a down to earth , talented one.
The stories are everyday sagas , which are entertaining for different ages. The family in "Kind of Cursed" stuck together in cajun/french style and it added a much needed, touch of humanity a this time of uncertainty. Thank you Stephanie Fournet for another of your books to entertain and for giving us a nice break from currrent events.

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