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About the Author
When I was young, I wanted to be a lawyer when I grew up. But then I changed my mind because being a famous, yet totally undercover secret agent would be much cooler. I looked into it, but there weren’t many job opportunities. I concluded that maybe I should just marry well. I fell deeply in love with Agent Mulder, but he already had Scully, and I don’t share.
So, instead, I became a writer. Now I get to be all of those things and so many more.
You can follow me on Twitter @LisaFoxRomance.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I wait in the war room for the Krakin Kid. The doors open and he walks in."Your 3 minits late"l say."l know lhad to deal with something"he says."ok but we must start the meating now"l say."We know Cody must die but how.""from what l heard you have had failed attacks on antlantce no?" I say. "Indeed Herobriness but we did mange to capch him,an-"l cut the Krakin Kid. "And he exscaped"l say the room gets quite the selatin king says"From my troops said they have seen Cody try to clame land from the Creepers." "This is news"l look out the window and see the moon setting"Meating closed the sun is rising" <br> <br> <br> Two days later <br> <br> <br> l sit in my room debaiting what to wear on my date with Endstone. I chose a blue dress and a red ring. "You ready Herobriness?"l hear Endstone a green eyed ender man say. "Yes"(how did l do?)
A bit of a slow grower, Ten is wonderful in this story as he works to overcome Stacy’s rather rigid view of the world. Stacy is a workaholic, rigid in her ‘self-scheduling’ she doesn’t allow herself the option to relax or let down, and forget a man. Although she is in New Orleans where there are opportunities to at least sightsee and enjoy herself. Strangely enough, she runs into Tennyson, a friend of long standing that, if she is desperately honest, she’s always had a bit of a torch for. But his artsy persona and approach to life just serve to highlight the distances between them for her. There is a bit of jumping around and time skips that take some acclimation, but the solidity of the characters and their connection is clear and present by the end of this story. While I liked One Kiss marginally better, Lisa Fox brings lighthearted fun with characters that feel honest, and have palpable connections. A great choice for a pick-me-up read when the hustle and bustle of the holidays leaves you with the need for escape. I received an eArc copy of the title from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Drive is a good thing. Determination to achieve a goal helps a person realize and achieve their dreams. But leaving behind relationships in favor of achievement... I don't believe achievements mean diddly-squat if the journey from beginning to end isn't shared with someone. What joy is there in celebrating alone? The love and support of a partner and/or friend makes the journey to the top less weary, and the end result is more incredible because you can revel in that satisfied feeling knowing you had someone behind you the entire time. While I admired Stacy's goal, I didn't like how her hesitation in finding some kind of middle ground with Tennyson (Ten) regarding their relationship. His business kept him in New Orleans, but hers could take her anywhere. Why not there? I liked Ten and Stacy's story but wished she was a little less rigid. For all that Ten revealed on their last night together, I thought she would have at least been willing to take that risk and meet him halfway. In a way, I guess she did but it didn't really feel like it. Still, their story is cute and sweet and achieves a happy ending that works for them. 3.5* ***Received from Bippity Boppity Book for an honest review***