Johnny Lennox, lead guitarist of Love Sick Ponies, tried to love once. Diligent, loving, attentive, and giving he is not. Obsessive. Compulsive. Self-sabotage. That sounds more like it. And why not? Jules Delaney, the one girl he ever tried to love, is gone, and her absence continues to ruin his life in and out of the band.
Emily McDonald got the word nice when she was twelve. Nice. Nice. Nice. She is a nice woman. Because she is so nice, her husband likes to cheat, her friends like to take advantage of her, and her self-esteem is dead. Late one night Johnny and Emily find themselves sleeping only a few feet away from each other - an awkward situation that can't be rectified. That's until they begin to share their experiences from childhood into adulthood. They experience unexplained events together. Ultimately they rock the LSP tour bus, where they find a different kind of love in one another. When tragedy strikes they must ignore their instincts, their expectations, and other people's judgment to fight for one another. Were they artificial, or did they fall into the genuine kind of love?
©2015 Alisa Reynolds (P)2015 Alisa Reynolds
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"Being nice is not always a plus !"
Artificial love is the next story of the 3 girls who were given 1 word each by the Oijua board. This time around we got Emily and wow what a story this was.
Plastic Confidence it was the first story in this series. It was Julia's book
Emily, Scott Drennen I feel did a great job with narrating the book but his tone is more on the feminine side so he did a great job with Emily. He does a good job as Johnny but I liked him better as Emily
When Johnny walks out to Emilys car when she first arrives to New York and he is barefooted and talks her into coming into his place with him. It shows us a whole other side to Johnny.
"heartbreaking and beautiful story"
I loved the unconventional relationship between Johnny and Emily
Johnny Lennox. He is such a dynamic character.
This is really hard, I think I would have to say my favorite scene is the parking lot scene with Emily and her husband just because of its shocking and powerful nature.
When Johnny learns that Emily won't see him.
Love Alisa's writing.
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