1. Describe yourself in one word
2. Best thing about being a wordsmith
Not having to commute to work!
3. If you weren’t writing erotica, you’d be…
Writing science fiction and fantasy without all the sex. Or sitting in an office somewhere, writing technical stuff.
4. The ideal ‘International Heat’ man…
Has a sexy accent. He’s tall, built and handsome in a rugged sort of way. An international man of mystery who drives a badass sports car and knows how to handle it—and the woman he’s with.
5. The ideal ‘International Heat’ woman…
Knows what she wants and goes after it. She’s strong, smart and sassy, just like the authors and friends who make up the International Heat group!
6. Where do you find inspiration for your writing?
Anywhere and everywhere. Mostly I see the scenes in my books like a movie playing out in my mind. I have to rush to capture the energy and action before the story moves on to the next part. It’s exciting and a lot of fun when it all comes together and flows.
7. Favourite erotica/romance novelist and book?
That’s a tough one. There are so many! There’s a short story by Janet Miller called Girl in the Box. Must’ve read it ten times! In fact her whole Gaian series is pretty awesome.
8. Something you’d like readers to know about erotica novels?
I don’t really call my work “erotica”. To me, it’s erotic romance. I know many people use those terms interchangeably, but for me, erotica may or may not have an actual plot. Erotic romance tends to have the full-fledged plot and, in my case, world-building, that other books do, only with high-octane sex scenes.
9. Something you’d like people to know about erotica novelists?
We make stuff up! A lot of what we write about comes straight from our imaginations, not from actual experience.
10. Your favourite erotica topic to write about…
11. What book has changed your opinion/stance on something important to you, and why?Wow. Not sure about this one. I can tell you that a book I read when I was thirteen years old changed my life for all time. It was The Lord of the Rings and it’s what hooked me on fantasy and sci fi for life.
12. If you were a character in a novel, you’d be:
Probably someone like Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice, or maybe Emma. Someone who gets to wear pretty gowns and be swept off her feet by a smokin’ hot rich dude. 😉
13. Biggest accomplishment to date:
My book, Wolf Hills, was nominated for an RT Book Award this year, which I thought was pretty neat.
14. What’s next for you?
Lots of new books! In August, a new Dragon Knights novella called Master at Arms will be released. In September, Book 2 in the Redstone Clan series, titled Red, will be published. And then Book 3 in the same series, called Magnus, will be out in early November. In December, the sequel to Wolf Hills, titled Wolf Quest, will be out and then in January the Redstone Clan series continues with a book called Bobcat. It’s going to be a busy few months!
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Tales of the Were: Grif
Redstone Clan #1
Griffon Redstone is the eldest of five brothers and the leader of one of the most influential shifter Clans in North America. He seeks solace in the mountains, away from the horrific events of the past months, for both himself and his young sister. The deaths of their older sister and mother have hit them both very hard.
Lindsey Tate is human, but very aware of the werewolf Pack that lives near her grandfather’s old cabin. She’s come to right a wrong her grandfather committed against the Pack and salvage what’s left of her family’s honor – if the wolves will let her. Mostly, they seem intent on running her out of town on a rail.
But the golden haired stranger, Grif, comes to her rescue more than once. He stands up for her against the wolf Pack and then helps her fix the old generator at the cabin, making it habitable for her while she completes her task. He’s friendly and all too attractive, but she has a job to do, regardless of the cost to herself or her budding relationship with the local handyman.
When she performs the ceremony she expects will end in her death, the shifter deity has other ideas and turns the tables on them all. Grif’s dual nature is revealed and Lindsey learns there is much more going on than she thought.
Thrown together by fate, neither of them can deny the deep and true attraction between them. They come together, but in the end will an old enemy rip them apart?
Warning: Cats are frisky and they get up to all sorts of naughtiness, including a frenzy-induced multi-partner situation that might be a little intense for some readers. You have been warned.