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Erin Lyon

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Erin Lyon graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English and then worked in broadcast television for ten years before going to law school. She is now a practicing attorney and blames all of the people in her life for not trying to talk her out of the whole “becoming a lawyer” thing (except for her brother who, to be fair, did say, "Really?").

Erin’s first two novels, I LOVE YOU SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS and UNCONDITIONALLY were published by Forge in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Erin lives in Northern California with her husband of 20 years, her teenage daughter, and a house full of rescue animals.

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Erin Lyon No fair. That's actually two questions ;) Yes, I had the basic story line through both novels before I started. The characters, however, evolved as I…moreNo fair. That's actually two questions ;) Yes, I had the basic story line through both novels before I started. The characters, however, evolved as I went (almost like I was getting to know them just as Kate did).

And absolutely as to my "bunch of bitches." Bits of conversations and jokes are woven throughout the book. Good thing for me I have such funny friends!(less)
Erin Lyon I think I would go to Bon Temps, Louisiana, so that I could hang out with Sookie and socialize with some vampires. (Prior to book 13 - which I…moreI think I would go to Bon Temps, Louisiana, so that I could hang out with Sookie and socialize with some vampires. (Prior to book 13 - which I boycotted because I'm Team Eric.)(less)
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Such a loaded term, right? I love all of the potential hyperbole hidden in this simple phrase. A kill switch – as most of you know – is basically an emergency shut down. One single switch that aborts all operations. Immediately.


It came in pretty handy when one brilliant little tech-nerd discovered a kill switch in the software during the WannaCry ransomware attack in May of 2017 (...

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Adorei conhecer melhor a mãe de Adam neste livro, foi das personagens secundárias que mais gostei. Uma senhora muitíssimo querida que adora Kate e quer mais do que parece possível para ela e para o filho. Uma senhora que até põe o tio de Kate..." Read more of this review »
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"The first book - I Love You Subject To The Following Terms and Conditions, was one of my favourite reads of this year (it came out in 2017).

Unconditionally isn't quite as good but it was still enjoyable and didn't disappoint.

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03 de setembro is the release date for the Portuguese version of UNCONDITIONALLY! :)
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Thoroughly enjoyable, creepy and fun! It won't de-throne Final Girls for me, but it's a close second. Keep it up, Riley!! I need more smart, escapist thrillers on my TBR list.
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“Jonathan wants to come here and try to pick me up. Not pick me up like a ride pick me up—like a take me home and screw me pick me up.”

“Yeah—I got your meaning. And?”

“I don’t know.”

“Katie! He’s messing you up!” When Logek gets annoyed, she talks with her hands, and they were waving around a lot right now.

“True story.”

“He thinks he can have it both ways. He doesn’t want the commitment, but he still wants you.”

“Absolutely right. But…”

“But?”

“But if I’m thinking about having meaningless sex tonight—couldn’t it be with him?”

Logek grunted and pulled out her phone and started typing. Curious. Then she turned her screen to me: mean·ing·less [mee-ning-lis] adjective without meaning, significance, purpose, or value; purposeless; insignificant.

Unbelievable. Bitch pulled up the definition.

“Now, doll, which part of that do you think would apply if you went home with Jonathan tonight?”

I scowled at her. She deserved it. Using all that common sense and bullshit.

“I rest my case,” she said, folding her arms across her chest.

“Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine.” Because one “fine” would not have sufficed.”
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“Who would you be if you could have anything you wanted, whenever you wanted it? Sure, it seems like a nice idea, but I’d think you couldn’t help but start to view people—at least women—like pets rather than people. No wonder he looked intrigued by me. I’m the equivalent of a talking house cat.”
Erin Lyon, I Love You Subject to the Following Terms and Conditions

“I smiled at her as she came closer to study me.

“Damn.”

“Thanks.”

“You kind of look like a zombie.”

“So I’ve been told.”

“A really, really pretty zombie. Like a supermodel zombie. Who was killed by a blow to the face.”

I laughed. “Stop with the compliments.”

She winked and headed back out my door.”
Erin Lyon, I Love You Subject to the Following Terms and Conditions

“Jonathan wants to come here and try to pick me up. Not pick me up like a ride pick me up—like a take me home and screw me pick me up.”

“Yeah—I got your meaning. And?”

“I don’t know.”

“Katie! He’s messing you up!” When Logek gets annoyed, she talks with her hands, and they were waving around a lot right now.

“True story.”

“He thinks he can have it both ways. He doesn’t want the commitment, but he still wants you.”

“Absolutely right. But…”

“But?”

“But if I’m thinking about having meaningless sex tonight—couldn’t it be with him?”

Logek grunted and pulled out her phone and started typing. Curious. Then she turned her screen to me: mean·ing·less [mee-ning-lis] adjective without meaning, significance, purpose, or value; purposeless; insignificant.

Unbelievable. Bitch pulled up the definition.

“Now, doll, which part of that do you think would apply if you went home with Jonathan tonight?”

I scowled at her. She deserved it. Using all that common sense and bullshit.

“I rest my case,” she said, folding her arms across her chest.

“Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine.” Because one “fine” would not have sufficed.”
Erin Lyon, I Love You Subject to the Following Terms and Conditions

“Who would you be if you could have anything you wanted, whenever you wanted it? Sure, it seems like a nice idea, but I’d think you couldn’t help but start to view people—at least women—like pets rather than people. No wonder he looked intrigued by me. I’m the equivalent of a talking house cat.”
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