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Posted December 9, 2008
An amusing contemporary romantic romp
When fitness expert Lexy Clark authored the bestseller Workout Sex: A Girl¿s Guide to Home Fitness, she never anticipated males would assume she is loose. All she wanted to do was help her recently married friends enjoy needed exercise within their committed relationships. National TV host Stanley Skoff tries to embarrass ¿SEXY LEXY¿ with his handpicked testosterone audience and fitness stud. Instead Lexy walks off the show cutting short her fifteen minutes of being a national joke, albeit a wealthy one thanks to the hot sales..................... She travels to Drake¿s Point, north of San Francisco only to arrive in time for rutting season with literally a stag sniffing for females. A stranger rescues her from the big deer by pressing his body onto her until ¿Rudolph¿ left. Since Lexy informs Sam Worth she is not a tourist, he assumes she is running away and hiding in ¿Brigadoon¿ as he calls Drake¿s Point. Sam and Lexy are attracted to one another, but she distrusts anyone with the Y chromosome and he wants nothing to do with the famous once tasting that bitter brew..................................... SEXY LEXY is an amusing contemporary romantic romp starring two affable lead protagonists ably supported by a horde of eccentric characters exposing the newcomer to Northern California chic. Sam is worth the cost of the novel as he is a caring hunk who wants Lexy, but fears she is one of the vile famous. Lexy is a fine protagonist who has traveled the road of good intentions, but some of her actions at the inn she purchased seems off kilter for her. Still the audience will appreciate this lighthearted frolic and want Moore Drake¿s Point tales........................ Harriet Klausner
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Posted April 26, 2005
Fast and Fun
This is a fun book, with great discriptions of California. Moore captures the modern women as well as the California culture. Health, fitness and romance all in one. Lots of fun characters.
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