When the man you want to avoid is the one you really want, trouble is sure to follow. Gift shop owner Lauren Moore’s motto is ‘never trust a pretty face.’ Following a disastrous affair with a handsome celebrity, she’s vowed to never fall for anyone like him again. But when Australia’s sexiest ex-football player, Jack Henderson, barges into her shop late one night, displaying all the charismatic characteristics she wants to avoid, Lauren is unwillingly drawn to his seductive good looks and bad-boy smile. When Lauren is forced to accept a job offer from Jack to pay her blackmailing sister, Jack shows her that he is more than just a pretty face. But as the two grow closer, Lauren remains resistant to Jack’s attempts to break down the barriers around her heart. Can Lauren let go of the past and trust in love again? Click the link in bio for more details.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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What do million dollar homes, laying on the floor staring at the ceiling, and crocheting have in common?
Ways I get unstuck.
When I'm not sure what happens next in one of my books, I can usually do one of these things to get the story rolling again.
Most all of my books have a connection, in some way, to very lavish homes. Searching real-estate listings is one way I can put myself in my characters mind. For the Billionaires of White Oaks Series I found a lot of million dollar inspiration at Grey Beard Realty. I saved homes I thought Kyle, Elias, and Duke would live in on Pinterest and a lot of other inspirational Mastermind things. You can check them out here: https://www.pinterest.com/LizabethScott4U
Another way I jog my brainwaves is to lay on the floor in a quiet room and stare at the ceiling. This technique was taught to me by my author crush, Elizabeth Lennox. It works! There's just something about having a blank void in front of me that I can fill with images of what I'm writing. I think of it as a blank movie screen that I fill up.
Then if all else fails...I pull out a crocheting project I've been working on for years. Honestly, it's fine if I never finish it. It's an afghan and not a very good one at that but it keeps me focused on counting stitches which somehow flips a switch and let's me go wild with other thoughts so I can figure out whatever issue I'm having in my story.
So these are my ways of getting unstuck. Do you have a technique for solving issues or making decisions?
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When you wake up in Vegas on the bathroom floor after Tequila raging, and discover you’re married to a sexy, bad boy Rock star whose name is tattooed on your left butt cheek. #lifegoals . FINALLY reviewed Kylie Scott's LICK!!!