About Author
Lexi Miles
Lexi Miles
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 7 May
  • Member Since: Jul 2017
  • Profile Views: 658
  • Followers: 11
  • Writing:

    Romance Poetry
BIOGRAPHY

Lexi is currently living in California, is a proud pup mom of 2 mischievous Yorkies, is growing a cult following for both her poetry and romance novels, and believes that love—all forms—is the most precious gift that we are given in life. She is thrilled to pen romance and all of that comes with it on paper!

  • Lexi Miles

Book Views: 65

Custom Fit: Holiday Edition (Holiday Fever Book 1)

Publish Date: Dec 06, 2015

avg rating4.8 - 7 reviews on Amazon

Lexi Miles's Books

Custom Fit: Holiday Edition (Holiday Fever Book 1)

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Publication Date: Dec 06, 2015

4.8 (7 ratings)

The Order of Moonlight (Moonlight Order Book 1)

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Publication Date: Nov 04, 2016

3.8 (5 ratings)

Run (Wedding Bliss Book 1)

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Publication Date: Feb 11, 2018

5 (2 ratings)

Be Mine (Holiday Fever Series (Valentine's) Book 2)

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Publication Date: Mar 07, 2018

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    • allauthor 25 daysAllauthor
    • Given the chance to live your life again, what would you change about yourself?
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      • leximiles 25 daysAuthor
      • Oooh, that is such a great and complicated question. I will keep my answer simple. Nothing. Every good/bad event in my life has made me the exact person that I am today. Each thing has made me stronger, smarter, compassionate, wiser, and passionate. It has made me love life and understand the beauty (even in the crap) that makes life pretty amazing!
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    • allauthor 25 daysAllauthor
    • What is that one thing you think readers generally don't know about your specific genre?
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      • leximiles 25 daysAuthor
      • I would have to say the research that goes into it, keeping thing realistic, and keeping things fresh.

        Yes, I write romance, but there are a lot of elements in any book.

        As far as research, you have to know if a scene (love scene or in general), career, setting, and timeline of it all works. It has to feel realistic, fresh, and like something you haven't heard a million and one times. It also has to feel authentic to every day life because it is one of the most realistic genres that someone can read. (It is not every day we all come in contact with a dragon or super spy, but we do share a kiss and get butterflies.)

        As far as keeping things fresh, it must have that romance structure that romance readers crave. What is a couple's dynamic? Is there romantic tension? Is he a playboy? Can readers forgive/trust/fall in love with characters, cheer them on, connect with them, or see themselves in them? All of those things can be challenging. It can really be tricky.
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