Wendy Wax Books In Order

Publication Order of Ten Beach Road Books

Ten Beach Road (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Ocean Beach (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Christmas at the Beach (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The House on Mermaid Point (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Sunshine Beach (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
One Good Thing (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Bella Flora Christmas (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Best Beach Ever (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

7 Days and 7 Nights (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Leave It to Cleavage (2004) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Hostile Makeover (2005) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Single in Suburbia (2006) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Accidental Bestseller (2009) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Magnolia Wednesdays (2010) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
While We Were Watching Downton Abbey (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Week at the Lake (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Wendy Wax is one of the well known authors of America who has written a number of successful novels based on the women’s fiction. Most of her novels explore the self discoveries, friendship, and the challenges faced by the women in their lives. The novels also depict a touch of humor, which is purposely added by author Wendy to make the novels a little bit lighter to read. The novels written by her are based on one of the fiction, humor, contemporary, and comedy genres. There is one more author with the name Wendy Wax, who is actually the cousin of the original author. The second Wendy likes to write novels based on the children’s book genre. Author Wendy says that she is very proud of her all the books that she has written, particularly the Ten Beach Road series of novels, the novels of which have become extremely successful and have also been the USA Today bestsellers. As a child, Wendy was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, United States and was raised on St. Pete Beach, located very close to the Gulf of Mexico. She went on to do her schooling from the Sunshine Elementary School. The most favorite of her classes in school was the art class and the recess period, which took place on the nearby beach sometimes. The annual fish broil was the highlight of her each year at the Sunshine School. Author Wendy believes that it is quite hard to have a personality of the type A after growing up in such a less strict environment, but she somehow managed to live through it.

At first, she was convinced that it is very important to learn to read as it is expected to be well versed in reading before taking up writing. It was also expected of children at that time to know how to read before showing up yo school. Therefore, when Wendy was just 5 years old, she forced one of her neighbors to teach her how to read. Since then, she has never stopped reading. She says that she finds books to be one of the greatest pleasures of her life as they can be used to escape from the problems of life. Books have always had a major impact on her life. After the completion of her school studies, Wendy joined the Georgia Univesity. During that time she was busy reading the classic yearly novels of the author Margaret Mitchell. She even watched the movies of her whenever they were played somewhere near her residence. She was so much fond of her that she used to quote large passages by memorizing them. The collection of the Gone With The Wind by Wendy has always kept growing. After graduating from her college studies, Wendy began working in television, film, and radio. She has also done live radio talks in her career before becoming an author. During the 1980s, Wrendy used to host a television show called Desperate and Dateless and soon she herself fell in love while working for the show. She says that she is very happy to find a man who swept her off her feet consulting with financial types and very well understands her. As of today, she lives happily in Atlanta along with her husband and a couple of sons.

One of the initial standalone novels written by author Wendy Wax was titled ‘7 Days & Nights’. It was published by the Bantam Books publishing house in the year 2003. The plot of the novel revolves around the lives of the main characters Dr. Olivia Moore and Matt Ransom and moves forward in the form of a competition between the two as they keep on challenging each other before falling in love eventually. In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, Matt Ransom challenges Olivia that he will be having his way with her within a period of 1 week. He is introduced as a radio personality of a famous show called as Guy Talk based in Atlanta. The show is very popular as a raucous and testosterone fueled. He counts with a surety to win over his competition from Dr. Olivia Moore and agrees to get locked in a room with her for a period of 7 days. The show was done as an on-camera display as a publicity stunt by Matt Ransom in order to reach the top ratings. On the other hand, Olivia says that she is not going to commit the same mistake once again. She has kept the secret everyone for long that Matt Ransom was her former lover. Now, every time she crosses path with Matt Ransom, she finds her extremely infuriating and cocky, and undeniably charismatic nemesis. Also, her heart breaks every time she sees her as she remembers her former days when they were lovers. After getting challenged by Matt for staying with him for 7 days in one room, she feels stuck in hell. She gets determined to keep herself a level ahead of him even if she feels that her heart and mind getting out of control due to his charisma.

One of the other successful standalone written by Wendy was published in the year 2010 by the Berkley publishing house. It was titled ‘Magnolia Wednesdays’ and featured the main character in the form of Vivian Armstrong Gray. In the opening sequence of the pot of the novel, Vivian Gray is introduced as a 41 year old woman working as an investigative journalist. She finds that her life is crumbling after getting involved in an expose. Vivian Gray feels humiliated after getting hit by a bullet in her back and later learns that she is pregnant. But now, she does not have any job and seems too hormonal. After finding it difficult to find a job, Vivian eventually agrees to do a dreadful job. She is asked to cover the living style in the suburban Georgia and write a column about it in incognito. The event of Vivian’s sister’s ballroom dance studio in Down South becomes the undercover spot by Vivian. She learns about the local lives there and develops some friendly relations. Soon, she gets so much deeper into the instigation of her roots that she begins to think whether life on the picket fence is really as bad as it seems.

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