Lexie writes an advice column that is a little edgy. Her advice is at times harsh, but always well thought out. A widow, she’s finally ready to start dating. But the only man who interests her is too young for her. Tyler is a cop who makes women drool, and he’s set his sights on Lexie. He’s been hovering for awhile, but now that she’s ready to start dating, he’s doing a full-court press.
Lexie is thrilled when she receives the stilettos she and her friends bought at an auction a while back. It’s her turn to wear the magical red heels. They supposedly help you find the love of your life. While wearing them she comes up against Tyler. And what does that mean?
Lexie fights herself more than anyone over Tyler. She’s convinced she’ll destroy her career by being with a younger man, and relegates Tyler to the painful position of secret "boy toy." Tyler wants to be her man, not her boy. With a few conflicts and some painful revelations, will Lexie finally wake up and take her own advice? Tyler was way more patient than a man should be, and by that virtue alone deserved a happily ever after. A steamy read with a message for the reader about what is really important in life.
While a stand-alone, this book is best enjoyed in series order.
Some women should take their own advice…
No-nonsense, thirty-nine-year-old Lexie Burns pens an advice column—Letters to Sexy Lexie—that delivers common sense with a dose of humor and a verbal slap upside the head. Tyler Black, a younger, drop-dead gorgeous cop, has had it with empty-headed, superficial women. In Lexie, he sees the kind of intelligent woman with whom he could build a solid relationship—if he can convince her to acknowledge his existence.
With the help of some magical stilettos, Tyler might get his woman…and Lexie might get a desperately needed slap upside the libido.