L.A. Zoe grew up in a small, Illinois river town and now lives in a tropical paradise full of palm trees with the loves of Zoe's life, and extended family. Fond of adventure, travel, and white sand beaches, L.A. prefers the "Bollywood" movies of India to modern Hollywood flicks, because they emphasize love stories, complete with singing and dancing. Favorite actor: Shah Rukh Khan.
L.A. celebrates the freedom of the United States, and enjoys residing in a country demographically much younger. L.A. eats lunch every day in a mall crowded with adults working hard to raise their babies, bunches of school children sharing snack time, and college sweethearts holding hands.
Busy establishing and enjoying their lives, building a future for the world. Nobody worries about the future of Social Security or looks forward to retirement.
No one country, race, culture, religion, or ethnic group holds a monopoly on brains, beauty, hard work, or creativity. Success in the future demands all of the above, especially vision and a willingness to break with the past. To take chances and defy the reluctant majority.
L.A. the growing acceptance of female sexuality, and the subsequent growing demand of women for sexually oriented reading material.
Now, "nice girls" can not only "do it" and remain nice, they also read about other women "doing it."
Young adults -- whom publishers now call "new adults" -- keep the world fresh, exciting, and progressing toward humanity's destiny.
Innocent 1: Simone
by L.A. Zoe
(3.00 from 1 review)
Simone plans to spend her postgraduation summer painting, taking care of her great-aunt, and working in an art gallery -- not mud wrestling and giving her virginity to the yard boy. In this new adult contemporary romance with sex, Simone discovers the real meaning of high class and how her feelings can sweep her away. The glamorous artist or the down to earth hunk who makes a living cutting grass?
The Time for Love: Now!
by L.A. Zoe
(5.00 from 1 review)
In 2187, Marile Historian-1 just wants her Ph.D. She plans to earn her degree by traveling back in time to study Milton Carver, an Afro-American and the greatest physicist of all time. The History Department's professors worry she inadvertantly changes the past. The department's head already knows she and Carver share a love that could instead change the future.
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