Lifelong friends Tom and Meggie must pretend to be married at a New Orleans retreat to land the make-or-break account their small company needs, but when Meggie is kidnapped by her ex-fiancé, more than just their business is endangered.
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About the Author
As G.J. Koch she writes the Alexander Outland series and she’s made the most of multiple personality disorder by writing under a variety of other pen names as well, including Anita Ensal, Jemma Chase, A.E. Stanton, and J.C. Koch.
Gini also has stories featured in a variety of anthologies, including the Unidentified Funny Objects 3, Clockwork Universe: Steampunk vs. Aliens, and Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets anthologies, writing as Anita Ensal, in The Book of Exodi, Love and Rockets, and Boondocks Fantasy anthologies, and, writing as J.C. Koch, in Kaiju Rising: Age of Monsters, The Madness of Cthulhu, Vol. 1, and A Darke Phantastique anthologies, and, coming in 2016, The Mammoth Book of Kaiju. Gini will also be featured in the first book in an X-Files anthology series, X-Files: Trust No One, as well as in the Temporally Out of Order, Timeless Tales, MECH: Age of Steel, Unidentified Funny Objects 4, and Out of Tune 2 anthologies, all coming in 2015.
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Twitter - @GiniKoch
Facebook - facebook.com/Gini.Koch
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Plush Life is more of a contemporary romance than Ms. Koch's usual science-fiction, and I think it worked very well. We have a sexy geek (Tom), who's unaware that his crush is crushing on him; his best friend/crush (Meggie), who's engaged to someone else because she thinks the sexy geek couldn't possibly like her (in that way); a potentially BIG contract and the eccentric chain store CEO who invites them out for a week-long retreat (at the last minute) at his plantation house in the bayou outside of New Orleans. Oh, and he only does business with married people, which sets up a fake marriage between Tom and Meggie. Add in a potentially abusive fiancée, a couple of big secrets, and you have a romance with Ms. Koch's characteristic mix of humor and adventure. The story flows well, with good energy between the characters.