Describe yourself in one word
Best thing about being a wordsmith
Making shit up.
If you weren’t writing erotica, you’d be…
Finding another excuse not to do the housework. Or cook.
The ideal ‘International Heat’ man…
Would grant my every wish. EVERY. WISH.
The ideal ‘International Heat’ woman…
Whoever and whatever I want her to be at any given moment.
Where do you find inspiration for your writing?
Where don’t I would be a better question.
Favourite erotica/romance novelist and book?
One?! Wow, that’s tough one. I have way too many to chose from. How about we just say whatever I’m reading right now? *checks ereader* Olivia Cunning – Touch Me.
Something you’d like readers to know about erotica novels?
Well, there is confusion about the genre. I actually write erotic romance which is different to erotica but considering publishers can’t seem to get the distinction between the genres right I guess it’s pointless to point it out.
Something you’d like people to know about erotica novelists?
What they write doesn’t make them any different for someone who writes murder mysteries or thrillers or biographies. We’re all writers. We write because we can’t not write.
Your favourite erotica topic to write about…
I love romance. It’s the happy ever after that I want, or at least a happy for now ending, so any topic that leads me there is a favourite. Besides, why limit ourselves to just one. 😉
What book has changed your opinion/stance on something important to you, and why?
Each book I write changes me. Same can be said for each one I read. Writing The End proves I can do it and reading The End of someone else’s book makes me want to do it better.
If you were a character in a novel, you’d be:
Any damn thing I want. That’s the beauty of fiction. I’m some many different people every day.
Biggest accomplishment to date:
Making it to 25 years married without killing my husband or the four kids we brought into the world.
What’s next for you?
Writing. It never ends.
Sand, Surf And Sunnie
From one bad date to two hot lovers…
Sunnie always thought she’d have the perfect normal life by now, but every guy she dates turns out to be a bigger dud than the last. It’s a shame her two best friends are off limits. Rand and Z are both perfect for her, but the three have been inseparable since childhood, and Sunnie would never be able to choose between them. And she couldn’t bear to lose the other.
When Sunnie comes storming in after another bad date, Rand can’t stay silent. All he wants to do is offer comfort, but once he begins, his desire for Sunnie explodes to the surface. And after that, it just keeps getting hotter.
Z knows the pact he and Rand made all those years ago to stay away from Sunnie has been broken. He also knows he’s not about to lose either of his best friends. So when Rand suggests the unthinkable, Z decides it might just be outrageous enough to work. But after being raised in a ménage home that ended badly, Sunnie’s not about to repeat her parents’ mistake. She wants a normal relationship, and a normal life…