Title: Everything’s Better With Lisa
Series: Everything’s Better
Author: Lucy Eden
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 25, 2019

Steph’s Romance Book Talk -“This story caught me completely off guard in the best way.”

The Guide to Romance Novels – “very sweet, fun and romantic STORY that will have you falling in LOVE with Cole and Lisa!”

Goodreads Review – “This is the first book by this author I have read. All I can say is WOW! This book is amazing!”

 

When I first noticed Lisa Betancourt, she threatened me with a baseball bat.
 
To be fair, I deserved it. 
 
But none of that mattered when I found out I had a baby brother—a brother who is now left to my care. Too bad I don’t know the first thing about parenting. If I have any hope of not ruining this poor kid’s life, I need Lisa’s help. She quickly becomes my salvation, my heart. And even though our timing is all wrong, I can’t help but wonder how I can convince her to stay with me—with us—forever. 
 
Cole Simmons is just my insensitive jerk of a neighbor.
 
Or, that’s all he used to be. 
 
Now he’s in completely over his head, taking care of an adorable child that I’m getting way too attached to way too fast. And the scary part? I’m starting to get attached to Cole, too. After my nasty divorce, I was sure I’d never risk falling in love again—but Cole has me questioning my resolve at every turn. Frankly, I’m starting to wonder if Cole isn’t the only one who is in completely over his head.
 
Neither of them was looking for love or a ready-made family. But what will they do when they realize they’ve stumbled head-long into both?

“Hey neighbor,” Cole’s voice called over my shoulder as I was leaving my house. I looked at my watch. It was 10:15 in the morning.
“Why aren’t you at work?” I spun around to see CJ sitting next to him on the stoop working on a red ice pop. He grinned at me with a nearly toothless smile and the bottom half of his face is covered with red drool making him look like a freshly fed, tiny vampire. “Isn’t a little early for that?” I pointed to CJ’s ice pop.
“Well, good morning to you too.” He bent down scooping up CJ before descending the stairs to meet me at the sidewalk. “I would be at work today, but a couple days ago, Jaws here got booted from daycare for biting another kid.”
I gasped and leaned close to CJ. “You did?”
He responded by smiling and almost leaping out of Cole’s arms and into mine.
“Hey, no, buddy, don’t— Sorry, he’s covered in popsicle juice.”
I clutched CJ and waved him away. “It’s fine. I don’t mind. Do I, cutie?” I blew a raspberry into his neck and he squealed. I couldn’t believe how much I’d missed that little nugget. He smelled like soap and fresh strawberries.

 
Lucy Eden is the nom de plume of a romance-obsessed author who writes the kind of romance she loves to read. She’s a sucker for alphas with a soft gooey center, over the top romantic gestures, strong & smart MCs, humor, love at first sight (or pretty damn close), happily ever afters & of course, dirty & steamy love scenes. 
When Lucy isn’t writing, she’s busy reading—or listening to—every book she can get her hands on— romance or otherwise.
She lives & loves in New York with her husband, two children, a turtle & a Yorkshire Terrier.
 



 

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Cole has his hands full between his career and his family but his world is about to be turned upside down when he finds out that he will now be the sole parent for his half brother CJ after his biological mother passed away. He is about to find out that isn’t the only secret she had.

Lisa is looking for a fresh start after her devastating past. Her first meeting with her neighbor Cole turns into an experience that neither will forget. When she sees that he is out of his depth with CJ she starts spending time with them and is about to realize that there is no way she can walk from either brother.

This is a story about two people who help each other heal from their pasts. Their journey is filled with emotion and angst which only made the ending that much better.

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