Author: Sylvie Fox
Genre: Women’s Fiction / Romance 18+
Publication Date: March 3, 2014
Publisher: Penner Media
Cover Designer: Regina Wamba of Mae I Design
Event Organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.
~ Synopsis ~What would you do if you met your soul mate, but you were already married? In The Good Enough Husband, Sylvie Fox delivers a riveting story about a woman who refuses to let her past define her future. For years, Hannah Morrison Keesling’s marriage to Michael was good enough. Then she wakes up one morning and it isn’t. Taking her puppy Cody along, Hannah drives north to put distance between herself and her past. Planning to go as far as her SUV will take her, she hast to stop on the Lost Coast when her dog gets sick. There she meets small town veterinarian Ben Cooper. Ben is the man Hannah wishes she had met first. He’s perfect for her, but gun shy because he’s been lied to before and vows not to be betrayed again. Hannah leaves Michael and moves to Ben’s rural town to pursue a future with the man she knows is her soul mate. But Michael won’t let go so easily. Forced to make a decision between the man she chose and the man she loves, Hannah soon realizes that her choices will define everyone else’s consequences.
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About the Author:
I write the kinds of books I love to read. The quirky characters in my romance novels experience passion, angst, and conflict, but always get their "happily ever after." I live in Los Angeles with my husband, son, and a handful of rescued pets. When I'm not hanging out in Hollywood, I'm eating my way through Budapest.
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Guest Post: My travel bucket list
I like to travel, a lot. But in the four years since I’ve had a child, my travel has been curtailed, somewhat. Ok, a lot. A trip to France with an eight month old in tow was less vacation, more adventure.
So at the end of last year, I made a travel bucket list. For some reason, my husband and I never go to
the places we really want. Instead we compromise on odd locations. And while those compromises have made for some amazing trips, we’re still not getting to where we want to go. But once I’ve written it down, I’ll have to go, right? You’ll hold me to it, won’t you?
10. Easter Island. I hear the plane ride is really long, and the tour, really short. But I still want to do it. I need to see those giant statues for myself.
9. The Great Wall of China. I have to see something astronauts can see from space.
8. Bangkok, Thailand. I have no particular reason for wanting to go to Thailand, but I’ve always had a strong desire to visit.
7. Greek Islands. My husband has always wanted to bicycle through the Greek Isles. While I think we
may be a little old for it, I’d love to see the water, the beaches, and eat the food, anyway—bicycle or no bicycle.
6. Egypt, the Pyramids. I may not be able to see all the wonders of the world, but I have to see this in
5. Reykjavik, Iceland. For some reason, I’m usually in line for the bathroom on international flights when flying over Iceland, and see it from the tiny airplane window while bouncing on the balls of my feet. So I have to see it for myself—in the summer.
4. Switzerland. It’s neutral. There’s gotta be something to that.
3. Hong Kong. I always meant to visit before the handover, but never made it there. The food is
supposed to be amazing. And as a bonus, English is spoken.
2. Belgium. Belgian beer and fries. Need I say more.
1. Australia and New Zealand. I’ve always wanted to go to the other side of the earth. The animals are vastly different. The geography looks spectacular. And it’s summer there now.