World-renowned neurosurgeon, jet fighter pilot, secret member of American royalty, seducer of legions of beautiful, outrageously sexy angels and demons and vampires and werewolves and the occasional pirate, Lisa Fox has done it all… in her own mind. In reality, she can generally be found at her desk with a cup of coffee close at hand. Or maybe a martini. It really depends on the day.
And now for her book...
Sometimes one kiss can change everything.
New Year's Eve is supposed to be a night for celebration and new beginnings. For best friends Kat and Dean, it is a nightmare filled with disastrous dates and enraged ex-girlfriends!
Lucky for them, they've got each other to help laugh off the embarrassing, and downright inappropriate, moments. But then midnight rolls around and neither of them have anyone to kiss…
There's no doubt this is a night they will always remember.
The real question is whether it will be a night they want to forget…
And now for Lisa's amazing shoes...
First publications are cause for major celebration. A few years ago, when I sold my first book, I had plans for my royalty check. Big plans. I was going to go to Vegas - no Rome - and I was going to drink fine wine and eat wonderful food in the company of handsome (and much younger) men.
Sadly, I had more expectations than readers at that point and the check I received was not going to support any of those pipe dreams. Still, it was enough to do something special with and I really wanted to get myself a nice treat.
So, I decided to buy some shoes.
I lust after anything and everything Fluevog, but they are usually way out my price range unless they are having some kind of amazing sale. On the day I bought my shoes however, I was not concerned about price. I set out one fine morning, cruising the glamorous SoHo streets with one mission in mind: buy a pair of awesome shoes.
I’ve only had a few occasions to wear my Fluevogs and all of those happened to be writing events, like conferences and book signings. I didn’t intend for it to work out that way when I bought them, but I think it’s mighty appropriate, don’t you?