Book Review: How I See It ~ Her Silver Fox ~ KoKo Brown


34829264This is my review and how I see it. I enjoyed reading this story. In Her Silver Fox, Koko Brown’s newest release about an investment banker Patrick Kelly and Shoshana Haufman a master tailor, where it is lust at first sight but turns into something more for Patrick. Their initial banter at first meeting was wrought with innuendos.

At first, I did not like Patrick especially the way he treated his father. While Shoshana showed her father much love a respect Patrick loved his father but didn’t respect him much. Two different people from two different walks of life and one having such a profond impact on the other that the other person changes how they look at things.

Loved Shoshana’s assistant Tyson! I wished the author would have expounded a little more on the story past just them getting ready to Patrick’s dad, but to have that written in the to story to see them reconcil in the story rather than be hind the sences.

Koko showed you two sides of the coin in this book, Patrick’s life and how he went about things and Shoshana’s life and how she went about things. You started to see how Patrick’s life starts to change as well as his views and outlook.

All in all ‘Her Silver Fox’ is not your typical silver fox story. The story bring to my mind that song ‘When A Man Loves A Woman’ the Percy Sledge version.

This book is for anyone who believes a man in love can change his outlook on life when he loves a woman.

The author has provided a free copy of her work in exchange for an honest review.

This is my review and how I see it.

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