This romantic story of hope, chance, and change from the author of The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is one JENNY HAN says is filled with all of her "favorite things," MORGAN MATSON calls “something wonderful” and STEPHANIE PERKINS says “is rich with the intensity of real love.”
Alice has never believed in luck, but that doesn’t stop her from rooting for love. After pining for her best friend Teddy for years, she jokingly gifts him a lottery ticket—attached to a note professing her love—on his birthday. Then, the unthinkable happens: he actually wins.
At first, it seems like the luckiest thing on earth. But as Teddy gets swept up by his $140 million windfall and fame and fortune come between them, Alice is forced to consider whether her stroke of good fortune might have been anything but.
She bought a winning lottery ticket. He collected the cash. Will they realize that true love’s the real prize?
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“Windfall is about all of my favorite things—a girl’s first big love, her first big loss, and—her first big luck.”
—JENNY HAN, New York Times bestselling author of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
“Windfall is perfectly named; reading it, I felt like I had suddenly found something wonderful.”
—MORGAN MATSON, New York Times bestselling author of The Unexpected Everything
“Windfall is rich with the intensity of real love— in all its heartache and hope.”
—STEPHANIE PERKINS, New York Times bestselling author of Isla and the Happily Ever After
"If you’re looking for your next great read, then you’re in 'luck!'" —Justine Magazine
The narrator’s “boy voice” impression is unbearable
I cant even describe to you how silly the narrator sounds every time she reads a male line. It made all the male characters sound extremely stupid. I cant believe I spent my money on this.