Review: The Superfox by Ava Lovelace

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Review: The Superfox by Ava Lovelace
The Superfox
Book Info

Released: April 14, 2014
Genre: Erotic Romance
Pages: 68

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“THE SUPERFOX is packed with sexy and a good time.  Just wished it could’ve been a little longer.” ~ Under the Covers

Another super fun installment in this series!  I love smart heroines and Melissa Martin is smart and goal oriented.  Dedicated to her job, she stays behind at the office finishing a project due that day while her coworkers flee during a snowstorm.  Now stuck at the office during the storm, she happens to find a hunky and sexy photographer in the art department who was also working during the storm.  Did I mention he’s wearing a kilt?

Ranger is sex appeal personified.  That may just be because anything involving a camera hits the spot for me, or the fact he’s just fun to be around and doesn’t take himself too seriously.  Swooning alert!  But he’s had a crush from afar on the woman some consider a bitch.  She’s tough and she shows it.  But Ranger is that one guy that can make her melt.  And maybe that includes making her melt all over the break room.  There’s creative use of ice, props, rope and pictures.  You won’t want to miss this one.

Again, this is so short.  Why must you do this Ms. Lovelace!  We want these to be longer!  Even though this had a lot of the same type of jokes as the first book in the series, in a way, it was still so enjoyable.  THE SUPERFOX is packed with sexy and a good time.  Just wished it could’ve been a little longer.

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About Ava Lovelace

Delilah S. Dawson writes whimsical and dark Fantasy for adults and teens. Her Blud series for Pocket includes Wicked as They Come, Wicked After Midnight, and Wicked as She Wants, winner of the RT Book Reviews Steampunk Book of the Year and May Seal of Excellence for 2013. Her YA debut, Servants of the Storm, is a Southern Gothic Horror set in Savannah, GA, with another YA from Simon Pulse in April 2015, a pre-dystopian called HIT. Her Geekrotica series under pseudonym Ava Lovelace includes The Lumberfox and The Superfox with The Dapperfox on the way.

Delilah teaches writing classes at LitReactor and wrote the Island of Mesmer world for Storium.

Delilah lives with her husband, two small children, a horse, a dog, and two cats in Atlanta.


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