She adores music and motion. He’s grounded in science and stability. When red-hot memories strike a new chord, will two conflicted hearts ring true?
Taylor Fox loves being a nomad. A self-proclaimed vagabond, the impulsive free-spirit keeps whispers of childhood guilt quiet by hitting up every vibrant musical festival she can find. But when her trusty VW bus strands her in a blizzard outside her hometown, she turns the delay into a delightful detour with help from the kisses from a broad-shouldered hero, never expecting to see him again.
Atticus Stone cherishes his deep roots. So when the wayward daughter of the family he works for shows up the summer after their one night hookup, he tries to hide the flashbacks of their intimate embraces. Though when she’s only willing to offer a fling, the mellow botanist relents and gives in to their blossoming chemistry.
Convinced there’s no happiness like the open road, Taylor resists confronting the old pain that’s kept her away for so long. And Atticus worries about the fate of his heart if he lets the gorgeous and goofy woman any further past his walls.
Can they sidestep endless pitfalls and follow the path to happily ever after?
Some Like It Fox is the steamy fourth book in the Fox Family romantic comedy series. If you like opposites with sparks, playful prose, and cozy communities, then you’ll adore this witty signpost to forever.
Buy Some Like It Fox to tango with trouble today!
This is book four in the Fox Family Series. Book one is Between a Fox and a Hard Place, book two is The Fox and The Rebound, book three is Another Fox Bites the Dust. All books in this series can be read as stand-alone novels.
The Fox Family Series follows all of the Fox siblings as they navigate the aftermath of loss, and find love and happily ever after.
What a wonderful book!
I love a story with an “ensemble cast”, and the Fox family and their small town neighbors definitely fill this story with amazing characters. Watching Taylor and Atticus make their way to each other while working out other serious issues in their lives made for a riveting plot. This book is a fascinating installment in this series, and I can’t wait to read the next story!
Family and triumphs
Ok so I’m going to try to write this without giving anything away or at least as little as possible. This book is so great you’ve got to read it. However, if you haven’t already, I really recommend reading them in order as this is book 4. Taylor is the “flighty” sister, the traveler, the antsy wanderer. She’s been in and out of the other books but in this book we get her full story. I have to admit, I really didn’t like Taylor when I started this book. Her family has had so many issues and there she is just living her life like some kind of vagabond with no responsibilities traveling from music festival to music festival. I struggled with her inability to be stable and there for her sisters even though she and Mindy are fighting and for Jake. Anyway, one Christmas she’s on her way home in a snowstorm when her VW bus breaks down, practically on Atticus’ doorstep. My goodness! I’ll have one Atticus to go please! He’s so big and sexy and sweet. That hunky guy from back in high school that every girl had her eye on but he was shy and mysterious? But I digress. So like I was saying they knew each other in high school, Taylor remembers him being quiet but thoughtful and kind to her in a hard time in her life. He’s so great as a character in this book, perfect really for the flighty Taylor. Too good to her if you ask me at the beginning. I seriously wanted to shake her. But as I read, I got a fuller understanding of what drove her restlessness. A deeper sense of why she couldn’t stay in one place and her secret quest was truly a surprise. This book contains all the things you’ve come to expect from Mary Frame’s books. They’re full of heart, funny circumstances, family and triumphs along with hardships that families experience. The characters are deep and so realistic it really gets you invested in their stories and their HEA. I will say, she really brought me around to loving Taylor by the end and rooting for her to make the right choice. But the ending….(sigh)…it was really just the best.