(Love in the Apple, #3)
Publication date: March 2nd 2020
Genres: Adult, Comedy, Contemporary, Romance
There are bad haircuts, and then there’s the bright orange mullet that sits atop Audra Harrison’s head:
A chastity belt you can wear on your head.
All Audra wants is for the Salon Apprentice to try and fix it. When she refuses Audra has no choice but to write a review warning other New Yorkers away from this over hyped salon.
When the salon manages to pull down the review, Audra declares war.
It becomes her mission to post pictures of her bad hair on every photo share app she can find.
Then her enemy comes for her. Hamish Stuart: the hair whisperer himself. Over six feet of beautifully muscled Scotsman that’s used to having supermodels and A list Actresses fall at his feet.
Now that he’s met her he wants more than apologies. He wants her heart.
I’m Dakota Issacs. I live in Manhattan with my husband where I drink too much coffee and read too many books. I love all sorts of romance from Historical to Contemporary. I write Contemporary Romances that are sweet with heat. You’ll always find a happy ending with no cliffhangers. If you want to talk books drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear from you.
- What is on my nightstand?
I’ve been obsessed with Rosalind James, and her Escape to New Zealand series. She’s writes Sport’s Romance centered around the lives of New Zealand Rugby players. Her books are so big hearted and funny, and they steam up my kindle. I love to immerse myself in a world that’s so different from my own. I’ve never traveled to New Zealand, but her books make me want to.
- What Author would I totally fan?
Sherry Thomas. She’s the reason I read romance. I read Ravishing the Heiress and I was hooked. She’s the gold standard of Romance for me.
- What makes me cringe?
- Do you obsessively plot or go with the flow?
I need to plot out a general idea of beginning, middle and end or I can find myself stuck in a black hole. Lots and lots of words and no way out. I do find that even when I plot, my characters will start to make their own choices anyway.
- Is there a word you love to use?
I don’t know why but I love that word. Yelp, squeal. I guess I love those moments where a character is caught off guard and she just reacts.
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