Lisa Orsen, a single mom, becomes a rich woman overnight due to a windfall of money that falls in her lap. As any big change in one’s life triggers a chain reaction of totally unexpected events, Lisa is confronted with challenging situations she does not know how to handle. She is by turns scared, worried, brave, and resilient, trying to understand the meaning of her newfound fortune.
Jake loves football and fishing (even though he barely ever catches a fish) but his best friend Adam thinks fishing is cruel. Jake also hasn't been doing very well in their team's Sunday matches, but is determined to prove himself, score a hat-trick and win the match ball in the game against their arch rivals. Adam makes the stakes even higher by…
Her grown-up daughter, her ageing parents, her ex-husband, a police detective, and her new neighbor, all leave a mark in Lisa’s life trying to find out her secrets. The problem is that Lisa herself has a lot of unanswered questions about her present and her past. She finds herself overwhelmed by the irony of life and the struggle to keep her sanity and normality, all the while looking for clues to solve the mystery of her blind luck.
For Lisa, life happens and puts everything in a completely different perspective than she thought would be possible.
The Blind Luck is a tale of parenthood, lost and found love, decision making, and human nature.