Lisa Swinton caught the romance bug early by way of fairy tales and hasn't been able to cure it since. Consequently, she feeds her addiction with romance novels and films. In between being a doctor's wife and mother of two, she puts her B.A. in Musical Theater to good use via community theater and church choir.
In her elusive spare time she enjoys researching her family tree, painting her house, and baking, especially with chocolate. She loves traveling, reading Jane Austen, and all things Italian. In her next life, she plans to be a professional organizer.
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Can you ever out run a broken heart?
Lexi Court spent seven years traveling the world, living the nomadic Broadway life, in an attempt to outrun the broken heart Nick Rivers gave her. Now, there’s nowhere left to go.
When she accepted a position as a high school drama teacher in Las Vegas, Lexi hoped to get over Nick, find a nice guy, and settle down. But what should be a quiet summer gets turned upside down when Lexi's best friend, Taffy, drafts her to be an emergency replacement coach on a televised vocal competition.
Feeling out of her league among the other three celebrity coaches, Lexi fights for the most promising contestants to be on her team. One note from a single voice shatters her summer. Nick unexpectedly auditions and joins Lexi's team. With her vocal crush on him raging as strong as ever, she has nowhere to run from Nick’s dreamy looks or siren voice.
Lexi has no doubt that Nick can win the competition. The question is does he want to win her heart as well or will he damage it beyond repair?
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Another face appeared over Lexi’s shoulder, Taffy. Lexi wanted to hug her, and strangle her at the same time. Friendship won, and she hugged Taffy. In a fierce whisper she asked, “What have you gotten me into? Ginnie went crazy with the charcoal eyes, and she asked me to cut my hair off. I don’t think I can do this.”
Taffy stepped back. “Actually, it’s better than I expected. You should’ve seen the first few outfits she brought back for you. Sequins, skirts that barely covered your butt, a pair of stilettos, but my favorite was the leopard spotted bodysuit made of shiny lamé with a neckline that plunged down to your navel.”
Lexi winced at the mental images.
Taffy laughed. “Exactly. This was as scaled back and casual as I could get her to go. You should be thanking me.”
“I thank you from rescuing me from fashion suicide, but the rest is still up for debate.”
“You’re a professional, take it in stride. At least she hasn’t tried to coax your hair into a blue Katy Perry wig.” She linked her arm through Lexi’s. “C’mon. It’s time for you to meet the other coaches.”
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