Monthly Archives: August 2017
Hello lovely readers! Have you missed me? Now that I’ve reached the end of my current writing spring I hope to be around on the blog again! But before we get ahead of ourselves lets celebrate 7 Dirty Lies! Here’s what early readers are saying:
“Falling in love has never been so wickedly good.” – Isha Coleman
“5 stars for 7 Dirty Lies. I have discovered a new favorite author in Alexis Anne!” – The World Was Hers For the Reading
“I have fell in love with Alexis’s style of writing and she has weaved me in her web….one-click now!” – Vicky, Goodreads Reviewer
“If you are looking for sexy romance this is your book, series and author!” – Rockstar Book Muse
Lily Lawrence (Elizabeth’s little sister) finds love when she least expects it…
It was right out of one of my movies:
Tropical island, sexy single man, two hot nights of nameless passion.
Except instead of falling into each other’s arms, we went our separate ways, never to be seen again.
Of course I thought about him all the time. The way he laughed, the way he saw right through me, the way he took no shit as his strong hands roamed my body. If there was one night I could repeat, it would be that one.
I never expected to see my mystery man again.
Fast forward to my new movie set and the handsome property owner. Yep, same guy. Same sexy, sexy guy. Our chemistry is still off the charts but there’s one tiny problem: he doesn’t trust me.
Okay, so I skipped a few important details. I don’t blame the guy. But they were just little white lies. Unfortunately if I want that movie-perfect ending I’m going to have to set the record straight…and hopefully have a little fun in the process.
“There were so many scenes I found to be epically stunning in this book. That first meeting, waterfall scene, the barn scene, the office scene, the beach scene near the end, the epilogue… but even more than that the perfect symmetry between the love story between our two protagonists and the love story Lily is performing as leading lady of her current film was pure, literary genius. I loved it.” –Katy and Zetti’s Book Ramblings