Author Day ~Lisa Suzanne Separation Anxiety~

Author Day ~Lisa Suzanne Separation Anxiety~

Seperation Anxiety


We all get one true love in our lives, and it’s up to us to find it. Fate will act and try to push us together, but ultimately it’s up to us to recognize who that one person is when he’s standing in front of us.

It turns out that I recognized who my one person was when I was separated from my husband.

On the same day I determined that I was finally going to file for divorce, I confessed my secret to Jesse Drake, my swoon-worthy colleague known for his womanizing ways. Jesse invited me to crash with him, and with each new piece of the enigmatic Jesse puzzle that I started to fit into place, I found myself wondering if Fate had pushed us together for a reason.

If only my husband would stop getting in the way of the man with whom I was meant to be.






Ems Review


I wrote this review on February 10th.

I’m suppose to do this review where I throw words like, “Blown-away”, “Sweet Story”, “Jesse Drake was so Hot!”. Yes, this was a sweet story, it blew me away and Yes, Jesse Drake is in fact really hot, but when set out to do this review the words just wouldn’t come to me. What I do want to say about this book is that I couldn’t have been more proud of the author!

I have read Lisa Suzanne since she first came out. I read, How He Really Feels and knew that she would one day be brilliant. She took all of the negative and constructive feedback from that book and threw it in to her second book, What He Really Feels. I loved the changes she made in her writing, she made her self better. Now this book, I literally read this book in 2 and a half hours. The minute I read the first word, she had me hooked.

The character development is incredible. I love how Lisa, adds so much depth to her characters, even right down to the hobbies they possess. As I was reading the book I noticed how Veronica went from stoic and fake, to having emotion and loving life just by Jesse being in her life. The transition was smooth, not one day shes angry to the next its sunshine and rainbows, that’s one of the reason’s I love Lisa’s writing.

This book is by far, completely worth every penny you will spend on it. You can’t go wrong with a man named Jesse Drake and a woman that is someone you can relate to on more then one topic. Read it!

20 Questions with Jesse Drake

1. What is your favorite word? Veronica

2. What is your least favorite word? Moist

3. What turns you on? Brunettes with dark eyes named Veronica

4. What turns you off? Girls who pretend they aren’t as intelligent as they are

5. What sound or noise do you love? When V moans. Or when V laughs.

6. What sound or noise do you hate? Crying

7. What is your favorite curse word? Fuck. It’s so versatile.

8. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? Construction

9. What is the sexiest thing on a woman? Legs

10. What do you regret doing? Not being there when I should have been

11. What is one thing you would change about your relationship? I would go back in time and not waste the first five years after I met V.

12. What is your favorite food to eat? Oatmeal from Starbucks

13. What is your favorite indulgence? My truck

14. What is your favorite movie? The Godfather. (But really Austin Powers.)

15. What is your favorite piece of clothing? Panties on the floor

16. What is your favorite sexual position? Cowgirl

17. What is something you like to collect? Wine glasses from different places I visit

18. What item must you have with you at all times? Cell phone – only because of the pictures on it. I allows me to carry memories with me.

19. What is your favorite sport to watch or play? Football

20. If you could only have one sense – touch, taste, smell, sight, hearing which would it be and why? Sight so I could see the beauty in this world.


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About the Author 1


Lisa Suzanne started handwriting her books on yellow legal pads after she took a creative writing class in high school. She still has those legal pads full of stories, but now one of them is published under the title How He Really Feels. She currently works as a full time high school English teacher, and her favorite part of the year is summer. She has been blessed with the world’s best dog, a supportive family, and a husband who encouraged her to publish after reading one of her novels. She likes the advice of Ernest Hemingway’s famous quote, “Write drunk. Edit sober.”



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