How difficult is it to return to your hometown after years of absence? Do you think the past is as good or as bad as you thought it was? Please comment on any of the above questions and you will be included in a random drawing. The prize winner will receive either a Kindle or Nook e-book copy of a book in the Fifty Gone Wild series.
Exposing the Heiress is set part of the time in Los Angeles, and part of the time at a small vineyard in Sonoma, California. I’ve always wanted to vacation at a vineyard, and so far, haven’t done it. But my family; my husband, our three adult sons, and their wives/girlfriends took a recent wine tasting trip together. You know…for research <g>. From that trip I learned five important things:
I’ve been writing for Harlequin Presents for 36 years, and also the Harlequin Historical line for the past 5 years too, and yet the strangest thing happened to me in the middle of September this year—I dreamt a whole series of books, their heroes, heroines, and their storylines. I had even designed the covers for the first four books of the series while I was sleeping, too.
Romance is ‘pleasure’ reading and it’s addictive. I for one love reading romance and I’m proud to say I’m a romance writer. Are you a loyal reader? Do you have authors who are auto-buys? Do you “glom” when you discover a wonderful new author?
In my new book, Ask Me Nicely, an epic battle of wills is set between Sal who wants Doyle for his body and Doyle who wants Sal for more than that. Don’t get me wrong – he’s pretty damn hot for her body too, but he’s determined not to be just another guy in a long string of guys. He wants to date. He wants to get to know the person she hides from everyone else. He wants to know why she’s hurting so much.