His, Unexpectedly by Susan Fox
(Brava Contemporary Romance)

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All in all, this is an excellent book with only one really disconcerting flaw, one that I think would annoy most readers: Each chapter begins in first person. Now unlike some readers, I’m okay with first person. But Fox abruptly changes to third person after a few pages of Jenna’s first person thoughts and ideas.
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A Pleasure Trip To Remember. . .

Shying away from commitment of any kind, Jenna Fallon's rules in life are to have none. So when her car breaks down en route from California to Vancouver--and she's forced to hitch a ride with a sexy stranger--she's thrilled to discover they share the same no-holds-barred views. . .

As a globe-trotting marine biologist, Mark Chambers is used to changing locations--and women. Yet as he and Jenna make their way up the Pacific coast, camping, skinny dipping, and having scorching hot sex, Mark's not so sure he wants to say goodbye. But is Jenna brave enough to meet the challenge of a man who may be perfect for her? Praise for Susan Fox's Love, Unexpectedly

"Readers will enjoy this easy-going erotic romance." --Publishers Weekly
 

About Susan Fox

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Susan Fox, a licensed pediatric neurodevelopmental therapist, is director of the Pediatric Therapy Clinic in Seattle. Her guide for fathers of babies in their first year, Rookie Dad, is available from Pocket Books. Fox teaches workshops on child development at Microsoft, and trains early childhood educators, therapists, nurses, and physicians.
 
Published February 1, 2011 by Kensington. 353 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction
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Reviewed by Pat Henshaw on Sep 05 2014

All in all, this is an excellent book with only one really disconcerting flaw, one that I think would annoy most readers: Each chapter begins in first person. Now unlike some readers, I’m okay with first person. But Fox abruptly changes to third person after a few pages of Jenna’s first person thoughts and ideas.

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