Review: Her Perfect Lips by Lisa Fox

December 1, 2014 Review 0

Review: Her Perfect Lips by Lisa Fox

You have to take a risk to live an adventure.

Determined, capable, and primed to rock her first big marketing conference, Stacy Saunders is not about let to anything get in the way of her ambition. It's been a long time since she's been in New Orleans, but she has no use for beads or Bourbon Street. She built a strict itinerary for this trip – one that certainly didn't include running into the gorgeous Tennyson Landry again.

A chance reunion between the former lovers brings old feelings to the surface and the possibility of rekindling old flames. Their second time around could be the best time of all – if they can bridge the gap even wider than the thousand miles between them…

Title: Her Perfect Lips
Author: Lisa Fox
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Knightly Desire , Santa's Sleeping Beauty, Sculpting a Demon, A Matter of Lust
Published by Harper Impulse
Source: Publisher
Published: 4 December, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 74
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: two-half-flames

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.

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