Southern Exposure

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Southern Exposure is a spinoff of the Twilight series with new characters and a new story. There are some surprising twists along the way. If you liked Twilight, you won't be disappointed. This is Book I of the exciting Southern Exposure Saga. More
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About Lari Smythe

Lari enjoys many forms of creative expression. Lari's work in computer graphics challenged the limits of technology and yielded the very first computer animation. During that time, Lari continued to work with conventional media, oil, acrylic, and her favorite pastels. Then, in 2000, Lari channeled her artistic talent into writing.
Lari's first two novels, Angel and the sequel Survivors, are historical in nature. The stories revolve around World War II and the struggles of a young woman coming of age during that horrific time in history. Although fiction, the stories are historically accurate in detail. As of 2017, Lari has written seven novels that span the genres of Historical Romance, Romantic Adventure and Paranormal Teen Romance.
Many authors consider writing a craft, but Lari firmly believes that writing is a form of art. While technique and style can be learned, nothing sets a writer apart more than artistic inspiration. For Lari, writing is a chance to bring an idea to life, to live in the moment, and she strives to bring the same enjoyment to her readers.

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Review by: pastarling on Aug. 14, 2015 :
Never say never. I am not a fan of Twilight (never read the books or saw the movies), so when the Southern Exposure Trilogy was recommended by a friend and a family member I wasn't sure I would enjoy this reading. But once I started I couldn't put the books down. Thank goodness I had all three books and could go from one to the next and the next without missing a beat. Once I am through a book it goes on the bookshelf and I rarely go back to it, regardless of how good it was. However, Lari Smythe's books have made me want to finish the last page and turn back to the first page and start over. Thank you for introducing me to a new adventure in reading. I hope we get to read more of Jason and Izzy's adventures in the future.
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Review by: Sue A. Hart on Nov. 11, 2014 :
Being a fan of Twilight, I had to see what you created. Southern exposure was very enjoyable. You kept to the same abilities of the vampires and let us visit Bella. The book was full of adventure and a sweet romance too. I enjoyed it very much. Nice job.
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Review by: JCrowley34 on Aug. 31, 2014 :
I went crazy today because I wanted to read at the beach and couldn't see my mini iPad!! U can't see in the sun! I need a Kindle NOW! I was up until midnight. I finished Southern Exposure and started Take My Breath Away. There better be another book after this one and soon!!
OMG I could go on and on how Lari worked Twilight into Southern Exposure and OMG I'm so sucked in!!!! I plan on passing it along to all the women at work. We all loved Twilight and I think they will be sucked in just like me!!!
Lari really pulled me in and let me tell you, there are very few authors that can do that! I don't love reading unless it catches me, and I can put myself there, you know, really visualize what I'm reading, and I can do that with Lari's books, I picture all of the characters and the town etc . Simply Amazing!!
Wow! Amazing Saga! I have been so sucked in. I read both in 3 1/2 days!! I couldn't put it down! I can't wait until the 3rd one comes out! After that I will be expecting the movie!
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Review by: Julie David on Oct. 12, 2013 :
This book is a totally good book,I was enjoying it just as much as I enjoyed Twilight :)
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Review by: Rhoda C. Hill on Sep. 12, 2013 :
This book is very well written. I enjoyed getting to know Jason and Izzy. This writer has a good grasp on the writing craft, and does characterization very well. Would recommend.
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