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Fox (Bodhi Beach Book 1) by [Lumetta, SM]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3026 KB
  • Publisher: Thunder and Writing Press (15 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B071R9YR1B
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,634 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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S.M. Lumetta's Fox follows a familiar tale of a twenty-something girl with a ticking body clock who wants to have a baby. It continues with the protagonist Sophie, attempting to find herself a baby daddy but quickly realising he's a lot closer to home. Enter Fox, her good looking, manwhore of a best friend. From here on in, the story could stick to the tried and tested formulas but this is where S.M. Lumetta succeeds where others have failed. Her characters have floors yes, but Sophie isn't doing something flighty. She has a real issue; a problem that affects some 1:100 women under the age of 40! (that's in the UK alobe according to Google) Lumetta handles the topic with both sensitivity and humour. She has more words for the female genitalia than you can imagine and her writing just flows effortlessly. It's so easy you will easily find yourself reading in the wee hours and not realising!

Fox, with all his faults, is an overgrown school boy. He has a nurturing, caring side but he likes to party like a frat boy. He barely bats an eyelid when Sophie asks him to be his sperm donor. It's just sex right? No feelings other than friendship right? They can go back to how things were before once there's a plus sign on the pee stick right?

To find out how things turn out you need to read the book. Fox is witty, emotional, and touches on serious issues with careful sensitivity. Well worth sitting up past your bedtime for.

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I SO WANTED TO LOVE THIS BOOK. I WAS CONSTANTLY WANTING TO BANG THE CHARACTERS HEADS TOGETHER FOR THE AMOUNT OF TIMES THAT THEY WHERE IMMATURE. I UNDERSTAND THAT THEY HAD KNEW EACH OTHER SINCE CHILDHOOD BUT I STRUGGLED TO GET PASSED THIS THROUGHOUT THE BOOK. ON A PLUS SIDE THE STORYLINE IS WELL WRITTEN AND HAS SOME REALLY STRONG SUBJECT MATTERS THAT THE LEAD FEMALE HAS TO GO THROUGH.
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Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars 31 reviews
54 of 55 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, lighthearted love story between best friends 20 April 2017
By SRR - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I loved this book. It had me dying laughing and crying at the same time. It was extremely entertaining. Fox and "Lollipop" were made for each other. I'm looking forward to more stories from the supporting characters.
58 of 59 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hi there Foxy 17 April 2017
By Mcrod- Books2Blog Kirha - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I'm always a fan of friends to lovers books and I just added another to the list.

Sophie is reproductively challenge and before her body goes kaput, she decides to have a baby. She goes on a series of dates for the potential father, but then eventually comes to the realization that her best friend Fox is a viable option They know each other's pasts and secrets so why not?

I really enjoyed the banter between the two. Like most of their friends most likely thought, what took them so long to come together! They obviously were perfect for each other, and you see this a lot during the baby making scenes. I've never read so much hilarity in steamy scenes and it really fit this couple perfectly.

There were some heartbreaking moments and it wasn't looking good for the couple at one point, but I was relieved when the cause of the heartache was finally resolved.

The banter is what made the story for me, however there were some points in the book that I wished it wish it tugged more at the heart strings instead of making me laugh.

As a whole the story was awesome and I can't wait to hear from the other characters, especially her brother Cam

4.5 stars

Book 2 blog Kirha
43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun and flirty. Hot and sexy. 17 April 2017
By Cee Cee Houston - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Fox by S.M. Lumetta

What happens when your body decides to play games and not behave in the way it’s supposed to? That’s the question that Sophie is left facing when her doctor tells her that at the age of 28 she is perimenopausal. At the very least. Worst case scenario, she was in full on menopause. All it meant to Sophie was that her choices of when or if to have a child were being taken away from her.
Faced with the daunting and expensive option of harvesting and freezing her eggs or chasing down a hot-bloodied donor, she chooses option 2, due to lack of funds. After months of bad dates she is left with ask a friend as her only viable choice.
Enter Fox, childhood best friend and a manic, crazy sometimes overly childish guy. He saves the day, agreeing to help stuck a bun in her oven. Hilarity ensues along with some seriously sexy scenes.
It’s only meant to be sexy for the sake of procreation, but life has a way of making you see people in new light. Sophie’s epiphany scares her but she hopes Fox shares her new view. But does he?
Will he stick around for the long haul, or bail at the first opportunity?

Fox and Sophie, or Lolls as he calls her short for Lollipop, are a super cute couple. I really loved their chemistry and the way the played off each other. The story was great, had me crying ( mid-Atlantic no less, that got some looks, let me tell you).
I’m looking forward to supporting characters Doc and Nora’s tale as I’m sure they have one to tell.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kermit Face 19 April 2017
By Heather Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I love reading, I cannot get enough of it really. I have a few go to authors that I love so much I will re-read their books during those pesky slumps when nothing looks good. Well, I am happy to say I have just added S.M Lumetta to my "go to" list!

I love the way she writes the dialogue in Fox, it's straightforward and witty. As you can tell from the blurb this story is about close friends and you can definitely feel that from the way they speak to one another. The subject of early menopause is discussed with light and laughter thrown in at just the right times throughout the book. It also doesn't hurt that Fox is hot or that the scenery in this book makes you want to jump on a plane to California and take surfing lessons (preferably from Fox himself).

Looking forward to the next book by S.M Lumetta!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining story but wanted less humor 17 April 2017
By Michelle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
3.5 stars. I was lured in by the blurb and storyline. Best friends becoming lovers because the female is hitting early menopause and wants to conceive a baby? Sign me up. Sophie is only 28, but her biological clock is ticking and even if there's no man in the picture, she's not giving up on the baby. So she turns to Fox, her best friend since age 5, to be the biological dad. He agrees and that's where all the fun begins. I liked Sophie and Fox, their dynamic was very relaxed, witty and fun. It wasn't like either of them harbored a secret crush on the other one and was now finally cashing in to turn this relationship into more. They make a lot of jokes and references to body parts and movies and songs. While this is a rom com, I think I would have it enjoyed it more if it weren't, or if the humor had been toned down. There were so many scenarios where more seriousness would have been appreciated given the gravity of the situation as far as the change in the relationship and life plans. So while I loved that Sophie and Fox were so comfortable with their inside jokes because that cemented how solid their friendship was, my favorite scenes were actually the ones that weren't even remotely funny at all, where the true emotions and drama came out to play and there was just too few of those parts. However, I am definitely interested in reading a story about Nora and Doc someday.
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