- Describe yourself in one word: At the moment?
Tired (I’m sorry I can’t be more descriptive than that.)
- Best thing about being a wordsmith:
I can spend days coming up with the perfect one liner/witty response. J Or I can give my characters what everyone truly longs for – a happy ending.
- If you weren’t writing erotic romance, you’d be…:
- The ideal ‘International Heat’ man…:
Eric (From Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood)
- The ideal ‘International Heat’ woman…:
Ahem… Me. 😉
- Where do you find inspiration for your writing?
Now there’s a question I wish I knew the answer to. Sometimes it hits me out of the blue and other times I spend months looking for it…unsuccessfully.
- Favourite erotic romance novelist and book?
Karen Marie Moning’s Kiss Of The Highlander. Love that book!
- Something you’d like readers to know about erotic romance novels?
They are a wonderful means of escape. And they should leave you sweating just a little…
- Something you’d like people to know about erotic romance novelists?
We are all wonderful, friendly, beautiful, slender, wealthy, generous people, adored by everyone. (And we tend to live a lot in our imaginations.)
- Your favourite erotic romance topic to write about…
Friends becoming lovers.
- 11. What book has changed your opinion/stance on something important to you, and why?
Sherrilyn Kenyon‘s Night Pleasures. It turned a reader who refused to open a vampire book into an ardent lover of paranormal romance.
- If you were a character in a novel, you’d be:
A kick ass heroine, with a hot alpha hero, in a Karen Marie Moning book.
- Biggest accomplishment to date:
My kids! I think they’re both awesome.
- What’s next for you?
I’m waiting in eager anticipation for the release of the 3rd Speed book, Rhythm Of My Heart, in October, and the next two More Than books in September (More Than Lovers) and November (More Than Words).
MORE THAN FRIENDS
He was her best friend…until he became her fantasy.
A More Than story.
Lucy Lawson’s got it bad. Bad as in stunned speechless by the situation she’s in, by the feelings sitting on her chest, ready to explode. She’s in love…with her best friend.
Problem is, telling Sebastian Blackford could destroy the best thing in her life, but the longer she keeps her feelings under wraps, the stronger the need to spill her secret.
The last thing Seb suspects is that his best mate is madly, wildly in love with him, or that he’s the star of her seriously dirty fantasies. Worse, he’s just started seeing someone he’d like to see again—and Lucy knows it.
So why does her confession hit him like a runaway train? And why can’t he get her explicit description of her fantasies out of his mind? They’ve never been more than friends, but now that he knows how Lucy feels, everything is out of whack.
Seb figures it’s up to him to get their relationship back on track. He’ll do it too, just as soon as he establishes which track is the right one.
Warning: After reading this, you may just be tempted to jump your best friend. It’s recommended you keep your partner on speed dial or a toy with fresh batteries on standby.