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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Cloak and Dagger 
Genre M/M Erotic Vampire Romance
Author Saloni Quinby
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
When police detective Bryce Tarunson arrests a man who’s identical
to his lover from two thousand years ago, he’s pulled closer to the vampiric master
he hates.
Vampire hunter Shane will do anything — including tempt a vampire
— to rescue his brother who has fallen into enemy hands. He doesn’t believe he’s
capable of falling for the object of his seduction, until he meets Bryce.
The bond between Bryce and Shane forces them into a battle that
might end in the destruction of the Weapons of Redemption.

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Interview with Bryce Tarunson

What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
My life and my lover, Ronan, back. Or at least that’s what I’ve
wanted for two thousand years. Shane has changed my outlook, though. I guess most
of all I want revenge on Tarun, the monster who made me.
What’s your internal limitation?
Meaning, what is it about you that makes it so you cannot do what it is you need
to do during this story?
It’s complicated, but what isn’t, right? Maybe the Ronan part
isn’t so complicated. He’s been dead for about two thousand years. My friends and
I have been trying for revenge against Tarun, but he’s elusive. In the meantime,
we dedicate ourselves to helping those who are victims, like we used to be.
What inner doubt causes
you the most difficulty?
That I’ll lose to Tarun again, that somehow no matter how hard
I’ve fought he’ll still overpower me.
Tell us about your significant
other, that person who makes living worthwhile.
Shane allowed me to love again after two thousand years. Ronan
was my lover in my mortal life and when Shane and I first met, he was so much like
Ronan it was both painful and wonderful. I don’t know for sure if he’s Ronan’s reincarnation
and it doesn’t matter. He’s the man I love and we’ve been through a lot together
in a short time.
What would that person
say about you?
I’d like to think he’d say that I proved to him not all vampires
are evil. He’d say he loves me. I know he does.
What is your family like?
Brayden, Ansley, Rule and Guy are my family. They’re my brothers.
We weren’t born to the same mortal family, but we were changed by Tarun. We’ve depended
on each other, fought with each other and cared about each other. We’ve shared good
times and endured rough times together. We’re vampires, but I guess you could say
that in a lot of ways we’re a pretty average family.
What special skills do
you rely on?
Gut instinct. Mind control is a powerful thing and I learned
a lot about it from Tarun, but in the end I believe you have to go with your instincts.
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you NOT want it to be, and why?
Wow. Tarun. He’s also the person I want to show up. Go figure.
Are you happy with the
way your story ended? Why or why not?
I’m happy to be with Shane, but we’re still in danger. Shane’s
brother is still in Tarun’s clutches. Even worse, I lost a brother–or it seemed
that way. He might be out there. If he is, we need to find him, so I won’t be completely
satisfied until we find out exactly what happened to Ansley.

About You: Questions for the writer.

You have the length of
a tweet (140 characters) to describe yourself as a writer. Let’s see what you can
do.
I write characters I love, because if I don’t like them, I can’t
expect anyone else to.
When you wrote about this
character, what made you the most happy? What made you the most sad?
It made me happy to give Bryce some peace and happiness with
Shane, but it made me sad that he had to lose Ronan. Even I’m not entirely sure
if Shane is Ronan reincarnated, but I do know that Bryce was finally able to find
love again and I enjoyed exploring everything that brought him to it.
Why do you write?
I can’t imagine not writing. Writing is so many things to me–an
outlet, a lifestyle, and an intimate form of expression.
What do you want to write
next?
Right now I’m working on two science fiction romances.
What other character from
this book do you want to write about? Care to tell us why?
I truly wanted to write about Tarun and Adrian. It was so much
fun to give them their own story in Fangs and Floggers. I love villains and antiheroes,
so I really wanted to let Tarun tell his side of the story. From his vampiric sons’
point of view, he’s a monster, but like them he has a dark past and his own reasons
for his actions.
Is there anything you’d
like to say to your readers?
Thank you so much for your support. I hope you enjoy the stories!

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Stately Pleasures 
Although I don’t remember where the actual idea for Stately Pleasures
came from, as it’s was in my head for so long before I wrote it, I can definitely
tell you where my inspirations came from. Inspirations for setting and characters,
that is.
The setting, Davenport Manor, is a totally fictional place made
up of various real places I’ve been to and ones I imagined. It’s like a patchwork
quilt, or something. A facade from here, a maze from there, a schoolroom from X,
servants’ quarters from Y, a library from Z… you get the idea. It all pieced together
nicely in my mind to make up a very rich and exciting place for my characters to
play. I loved writing about the setting just as much as what was actually happening
there!
As for character inspirations, well, that’s easy. Imagine Jeremy
Renner with a posh British accent and you have Jeremy Davenport. Imagine Jared Padalecki,
also with a posh British accent, and you have Ethan Hayes. Told you it was easy
;)
Alice Brown is much more difficult. She’s a curvy chick, and
I looked around and couldn’t find a Rubenesque celebrity I wanted to base her on.
Sadly, there are also far too few Rubenesque celebrities around! So Alice is a total figment of
my imagination, but if I got asked to select someone for casting in a film, I’d
choose Melissa McCarthy.
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Blurb:

Alice Brown has just landed her dream job. Property manager at
Davenport Manor, a British stately home. It’s only a nine-month contract to cover
maternity leave, but it’s the boost up the career ladder she so desperately needs.
Unfortunately, things don’t get off to the best start, when Alice finds her boss, Jeremy
Davenport, in a compromising position. Far from being embarrassed by what’s happened,
Jeremy turns things around on Alice
and makes her out to be the one in the wrong. So when he and his best friend and
head of security, Ethan Hayes, then throw an ultimatum at her, she’s so stunned
and confused that she goes along with their indecent proposal.
When the dust settles and Alice has time to think about things, though,
she realises that perhaps it isn’t such a bad thing. There are worse things she
could be doing to advance her career, after all.
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Lucy Felthouse is a very busy woman! She writes erotica and erotic
romance in a variety of subgenres and pairings, and has over eighty publications
to her name, with many more in the pipeline. These include several editions of Best
Bondage Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica 2013 and Best Erotic Romance 2014. Another
string to her bow is editing, and she has edited and co-edited a number of anthologies,
and also edits for a small publishing house. She owns Erotica For All http://eroticaforall.co.uk/ and is book editor
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Love Entwined 
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Author: Danita Minnis
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Amelie’s goal is the top of the jewelry
designing world. Her orderly life comes undone when jewelry tycoon Roman steals
her away on assignment to a remote English estate. He wants Amelie all to himself
but St. Clair Manor’s ghost has waited for her much longer than he has.
An unseen gunman takes a shot at Roman
and he blames a business rival. But Amelie and Roman are to blame, for falling in
love 200 years before in a time neither of them remember.
From the heartbreak of pre-Revolutionary
France
to modern day corporate wars, Amelie and Roman uncover a history of blood jewels,
lust and demons.
When Amelie discovers her inner witch
she learns the real reason she was summoned to St. Clair Manor. Il Dragone will
kill to get her back. Amelie will kill if they do.

Interview with Roman Cardiff

What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
I call it Amelie. She wants me, I know she does, but her inner
demons won’t let go. I’m taking her to Yorkshire
where there won’t be an office full of people for her to hide behind. Just me, her
and about fifty bedrooms. Of course, I’m not a sadist; I’ll give her a running start
and wait until she’s more comfortable with her conscience.
What’s your internal limitation?
Meaning, what is it about you that makes it so you cannot do what it is you need
to do during this story?
All things point to Amelie being in league with my business rivals,
the Garamonde family. I sued them last year for patent infringement and now it seems
they’ve enlisted Amelie to take more of my jewelry designs. Am I mad for wanting
this thief? I might be, but then you haven’t seen Amelie. I start out to ruin her
rising jewelry designing career and then … well, you’ll have to see how it goes.
I’m just a man after all and her curves are hotter than Hades.
What inner doubt causes
you the most difficulty?
I must say I have always been a warrior of sorts. I’m a practical
man and never would have thought I was a Roman warrior when I first met Amelie.
We were sworn enemies back then, not much has changed in that regard. Add il Dragone
demons to the mix and I’m struggling to remember what they are, what they want with
my family. It’s frustrating, how does a flesh and blood man fight demons? If only
I could remember.
What’s your external complication?
In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.
I didn’t have a fear until I met Amelie. Now that I know what
we meant to each other in the past, I know why we’ve met again. I am beginning to
realize a new fear: the Cardiff
legacy of lust, murder and blood jewels and what will happen if I can’t stop the
cycle in this lifetime.
Tell us about your significant
other, that person who makes living worthwhile.
Amelie thinks she is all business on the way to the top of the
designing world. I have to laugh at that. Oh, she’s an excellent designer, number
two, after me, but that’s not all there is to life. When I get her out of that suit
and, say, into the secluded hills of Yorkshire,
she comes alive. Not only is her temper French but so is her inner witch. I don’t
think I will let her go home to the states.
What would that person
say about you?
Amelie would call me a playboy and rightfully so, but at least
I know how to have fun. As a matter of fact, I remember a particularly fun swim
session we had one late night. She tried to hit me with a beach ball. She paid for
that. Let’s just say it got me a bit closer to my goal, breaking down that barrier
she holds up against men.
What is your family like?
There is a tragic story. My mother died giving birth to my still
born sister. After that, my father lost himself in the business of running Cardiff
Jewels. When he died, I took over and everyone thought it would be a disaster. I
am here to tell you that a playboy can run a business and run it well. Just look
at my numbers. I have no competition. And, would someone please tell me why I’m
expected to get married just because I’m thirty-four years old and the head of Cardiff
Jewels? I know, all you mothers out there are saying; it the money, you need some
heirs. In good time. For now, what is wrong with loving women, and loving them well?
Ah, this question is for the men out there. I already know what the mothers think,
thank you.
What special skills do
you rely on?
I am a wicked businessman, born with the talent to design jewelry
that woman will give their all for (and have). I am not boasting, I don’t boast.
I deliver. Did I mention my silver tongue?
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you NOT want it to be, and why?
There is a question. I wouldn’t want it to be the High Priestess,
that snake charmer who I seduced one night in the Roman camps. The one who wants
my soul, the one who summons the preternatural enemy of the Cardiff family, the oldest demon who all il Dragone
serves. There is just one problem with keeping the High Priestess away; Amelie is
the High Priestess reincarnated.
Are you happy with the
way your story ended? Why or why not?
Is it over? Read it and let me know what you think.

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You have the length of
a tweet (140 characters) to describe yourself as a writer. Let’s see what you can
do.
Paranormal romancer living in the wrong era. I’m more comfortable
around witches, soothsayers and ancient demons to conquer.
Why did you choose to
write about this character?
Roman Cardiff literally came to me in a dream and would not go
away. After three weeks of what I can only describe as my muse trying to get my
attention in a very busy, real world, I succumbed.
Was there anything you
discovered about this character that was a surprise to you?
I always knew Roman Cardiff was a powerful man. What I didn’t
realize was his family’s connection to an ancient demon. As the story unfolded,
it was clear Roman is not just an ordinary man, he is a Warrior of Light.
When you wrote about this
character, what made you the most happy? What made you the most sad?
Excited about Roman Cardiff’s jewelry empire and how it came
about from a dream his ancestor had two hundred years before. As that ancestor is
an important part of the story, it was that much more exciting to see Roman at the
top of the game.
It was sad for me to write Roman and Amelie’s tragic past life
love story. It hurt as the truth does. I love these two and thought they’d been
through enough over several lifetimes, but that’s life.
Why do you write?
Writing is my passion. I enjoy creating worlds. I can’t stop
writing.
What do you want to write
next?
I have a family who is bugging me. They have a ghost who lives
with them and keeps interfering in their lives. They love the ghost, he loves one
of their daughters and will leave only if she comes with him. That’s what they need
my help with so far. More to come!

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Author Bio

Danita Minnis grew up singing and once thought she would do that
all her life. She soon found writing just as fulfilling and writes paranormal romance.
She loves mystery, mysticism, the fantastic and the fey. She has published The Cardiff
Novels, a series about one family’s trials with vengeful demons, a legacy of ghosts
and mysterious blood jewels. She is currently working on the third novel in the
Cardiff series,
which introduces the Cardiffs’ connection to ancient vampires.
Danita is a member of Romance Writers of America. She is a lover
of chocolate, a good, scary movie, kittens and pups – especially Siberian Huskies.
When she is not writing, she exercises her lungs at her son’s soccer matches and
their favorite theme park, because everyone knows it’s easier on the stomach to
scream your way down a roller coaster.

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Dancer’s Heart 
Book: Dancer’s Heart
Genre: Contemporary MM Romance
Author: DP Denman
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

Interview with DP Denman

Why did you write this
book?
The idea for this story came out of research I was doing for
grad school about domestic violence in the gay community. It’s a widespread problem
people don’t hear much about because like a lot of things in the LGBT Nation, it’s
kept in the shadows.
What is your favorite
genre to read?
Paranormal
What is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own characters)?
I’d have to say Deacon Chalk from James R. Tuck’s Occult Bounty
Hunter series. He’s a tragically flawed good guy. I love those!
Do you enjoy films and/or
TV shows? Which are your favorites?
I’m a big fan of TV…which probably sounds a bit odd since I don’t
own one. Netflix and I are the best of friends. My favs include My Name is Earl,
1950s movies, Simpsons, and American Dad.
What are you working on
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
I’m working on a new series called Saving Liam. The first book
is due out in April 2014.
Please tell us about your
latest book.
Simon Leander has a secret. His life is a lie he hides from
his partner in a relationship he’s determined to tolerate…jealousy, rants and
all. Michael was supposed to be the love of his life and he’s not ready to let
go of that dream even though the romantic has turned tyrant.
Then Drew appears and a little at a time Simon’s
determination starts to waver. Drew is everything Michael used to be but isn’t
anymore. When the truth about Simon’s double life bursts from the shadows, it
sparks a violent attack leaving him battered and broken. He must decide whether
he can trust Drew and if love deserves a second chance.

Author Bio

DP Denman is an M/M (gay) contemporary romance author from the
soggy splendor of the Pacific Northwest. She is
an eclectic reader, obsessed writer, and determined LGBT rights activist who lives
with her fur babies and a pair of hyper-caffeinated muses.

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Always A Bridesmaid 
Jana Richards, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. We’re excited
to interview your heroines from the Left at the Altar series, Sarah Stevens, from
Her Best Man, Olivia Taylor from There Goes The Groom, and Dani Dipietro from Always
A Bridesmaid.
Genre: Contemporary humorous romance
Cover artist: Judith B Glad
Length: Each book is between 50,000 and 60,000 words
Heat rating (based on movie
ratings): R
Her Best Man When Sarah gets dumped at the altar she discovers
the best man for her really is the best man.
There Goes The Groom Tony is given a second chance when fate
throws him back together with Olivia, the woman he left at the altar eight years
ago.
Always A Bridesmaid A heart guarded too closely can’t be broken,
but neither can it find love.
Always A Bridesmaid, releasing
today!
Dani Dipietro has always considered herself an ugly duckling in a family
of swans. She’s the bridesmaid her friends count on, but never the woman any man
wants for his bride. So she plays the funny girl and guards her emotions, and her
secrets, closely.
When Zach Morrison was dumped at his wedding, Dani was there to help him
through the humiliation. A year later they meet again and once more Zach needs her
help. To fend off the unwanted attentions of his former fiancé Chantal, he asks
Dani to pretend to be his girlfriend. They play their roles a little too well, and
make believe turns into reality. But their relationship comes crashing down around
them when Zach’s trust issues cause him to accuse Dani of cheating. Telling the
truth means that Dani will betray a friend, something she will never do. But keeping
her secrets means she may be destined to remain a bridesmaid forever.

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What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Sarah is a kindergarten teacher, Olivia works in promotions for
the National Museum of Canada, and Dani is a lawyer specializing in wills and estates.
They’re all about the same age at 29.

Interview with Sarah Stevens, Olivia Taylor, and Dani Dipietro from the ‘Left
at the Altar’ series by Jana Richards.

Jana:              Tell us about yourselves. Why don’t
you go first Sarah?
Sarah:            Okay, sure. Well, I’ve been a teacher
for about seven years and I’ve been married to my husband Will for almost two years.
Olivia:             (laughs) Why don’t you tell the folks
how you met your husband, Sarah?
Sarah:            Funny story. He was the best man at my
wedding. His brother was my fiancé, the one who dumped me at the altar. Fortunately,
we can laugh about it now.
Dani:              As I recall, you weren’t laughing then.
Sarah:            No, not so much. It was the most humiliating
experience of my life and practically everyone I knew was there to witness my groom
become incoherent with fear at the thought of marrying me. Good times!
Olivia:             Unfortunately, I know exactly what you
went through, Sarah. At our first wedding, when Tony stopped the ceremony to tell
me he couldn’t marry me, I was mortified. But in a strange way I was also relieved.
I was barely twenty and I wasn’t ready for marriage, even though I loved Tony desperately.
I never stopped loving him during the eight years we were apart.
Dani:              If you never stopped loving Tony, who
happens to be my brother, why did you become engaged to someone else?
Olivia:             (shrugs) It seemed like a good idea
at the time. By the time I turned 28, I wanted a family, kids. Stuart was solid
and dependable, or so I thought. It turns out, we were both kidding ourselves.
Sarah:            Liv, do you realize that Dani is the
only one of us who hasn’t been dumped at the altar?
Dani:              (snorts) That’s because you can only
get dumped at the altar if you actually get engaged. I haven’t even had a date in
six months.
Olivia:             I’ve got a feeling that’s going to change
for you very soon.
Dani:              So are you psychic now?
Olivia:             No, I just have a good feeling.
Dani:              You’re delusion.
Sarah:            You really need to get laid. You’re getting
grumpy.
Jana:              Okay, play nice, ladies. Here’s another
question for you. What do you wish was different about your life?
Sarah:            I don’t know if I’d want to change anything.
My life is pretty terrific right now. Will is a wonderful, loving man, and he has
a fantastic body. Handsome face, buns of steel, six-pack abs. He’s the whole package.
And what a package he’s got.
Dani:              Sarah! There could be children reading
this!
Olivia:             No, there’s not. Geez Dani, I didn’t
know you were such a prude.
Sarah:            Told you she needs to get laid.
Dani:              Is this gang up on Dani day or something?
Olivia:             Of course not. Okay Jana, to answer
your question, I think the only thing I’d want to change about my life is that I’d
like to have a family. Maybe not seven kids like Tony and Dani’s family, but a few.
Having a baby with Tony would be so wonderful. We’re working on it. And I really
hope we keep working on it for a long, long time. My husband is amazing in bed.
Last night he–
Dani:              (sticks fingers in ears) La, la, la.
I can’t hear you. For cripes sake, Liv, this is my brother you’re talking about.
Olivia:             Well, he is amazing. In a lot of ways.
(winks)
Dani:              Ever since you two got married, all
you think about is sex.
Sarah:            Yeah, pretty much.
Olivia:             Sounds about right.
Sarah:            Dani, someday when you find the right
guy, you’ll understand where we’re coming from.
Dani:              The right guy. Sure.
Olivia:             You haven’t answered Jana’s question,
Dani. What do you wish was different about your life?
Dani:              Thanks, but I’m good. I don’t need
to change anything.
Olivia:             Do you mean it, or are you just saying
that because Sarah and I didn’t want to change anything about our lives?
Dani:              Okay, maybe there’s a couple of things
about my life I’d want to change. I could always stand to lose a few pounds. Or
twenty.
Sarah:            The question was what do you wish was
different about your life, not your body. You’re always so hard on yourself, sweetie.
Dani:              Maybe. I guess if I could wave a magic
wand, I’d want someone in my life who would love me just the way I am, warts, love
handles and all.
Olivia:             It’s going to happen for you, Dani.
I know it will.
Dani0:            (grins) Are you having a feeling again?
Olivia:             Absolutely!

About the Author

When Jana Richards read her first romance novel, she immediately
knew two things: she had to commit the stories running through her head to paper,
and they had to end with a happily ever after. She also knew she’d found what she
was meant to do. Since then she’s never met a romance genre she didn’t like. She
writes contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and historical romance set in World
War Two, in lengths ranging from short story to full length novel. Just for fun,
she throws in generous helpings of humor, and the occasional dash of the paranormal.
Her paranormal romantic suspense “Seeing Things” was a 2008 EPPIE finalist.
In her life away from writing, Jana is an accountant/admin assistant,
a mother to two grown daughters, and a wife to her husband Warren. She enjoys golf,
yoga, movies, concerts, travel and reading, not necessarily in that order. She and
her husband live in Winnipeg
with their Pug/Terrier cross Lou and several unnamed goldfish. She loves to hear
from readers and can be reached through her website at www.janarichards.com

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Intimate Seductions 
Genre Erotic Romance
Author Nicole Morgan
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Warren Murphy spent his adult years working for Leroy Jenkins,
the local cattle baron. He loved his job almost as much as he did women. He was
loving life as one of the most sought-after bachelors in the county.
Amber Jenkins is the only heir to the Jenkins fortune and the
apple of her granddaddy’s eye. Years of growing up around Warren
turned her teenage girl fantasies into a love that she couldn’t ignore. Despite
her attempts at seduction, he pushes her away and out of his life.
Tragedy soon strikes and the two are face-to-face with one another
on a daily basis. Warren finds it increasingly
hard to deny his attraction toward Amber and is left with a choice. Does he give
in to something he craves so desperately? Or does he let her go, knowing that he
has never known a seduction as intimate and sweet as hers?

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About the Character

Name: Warren Murphy
Age: 38 years old
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Texas
Profession: Ranch Boss
Ethnicity/Species (if not human): American
Describe his body build, skin tone, height and weight. Include
any unique features such as dimples, freckles, or scars: Brown eyes, brown hair,
6′ and about 200 lbs. of solid muscle (the kind from working on a ranch day in and
day out).
Who is the significant other in your character’s life (hero)?
Amber Jenkins
How does your hero dress?
Warren is a jeans and button
up shirt or t-shirt kind of guy. He doesn’t have many ‘fancy duds’ in his wardrobe
and you’ll never find him out of his cowboy boots. Well, except for when he’s in
bed.
How educated is this character?
Is he book smart, self-taught, widely-experienced?
Warren was not college educated.
He finished high school and spent most of his younger years learning the ropes on
the ranches. His wisdom comes from years of hard work and he offers the type of
intelligence that his leading lady cannot find in the college boys she meets while
away at school.
What is your character’s
viewpoint on wealth? Not necessary, nice to have, important, obtain at all costs?
Warren lives comfortably and
sets a little bit of his income aside every month, but he doesn’t live his life
by money or what he can gain. His greatest loves in life cannot be bought with a
dollar.
What is your character’s
family like? Is he close to family?
He doesn’t have a family. He is pretty much a loner, and close
to his boss as though the man was a father.
What inner doubt causes
your character the most difficulty?
His love for Amber has been unrelenting for as long as he can
remember. He does his best to push her away, but she always seems to sneak back
into his subconscious. It is a constant struggle for him, as he works for her grandfather
and is so close to him.

About Your Writer: Questions for your character to answer about you.

Why do you think your
writer chose to write about you?
Probably because I’m a man who wears many hats, but rarely shows
his true self.
What do you wish your
writer had not told others about you?
She – against my wishes – showed everyone my one weakness… Amber.
Why do you think your
writer loves to write?
She’s a goofy gal that one. I think she writes to make sense
out of the voices in her head.
Is there anything you’d
like to say to your writer?
She’s pretty bashful so she probably wouldn’t admit this herself,
but she’s pretty awesome!

Author Bio

Nicole Morgan is an author of erotic romance novels, which more
often than not have a suspenseful back story. Erotic romance mixed with good old-fashioned
whodunit. While she’s written everything from contemporary to paranormal her leading
men will more than likely be wearing a uniform of some kind. From military to police
officers, she has a love for writing about those who protect and serve. From her
very first novel (which turned into a four book series) about Navy SEALs to her
more recent releases you will be sure to find a few twists and turns you were not
expecting.
She also has a recurring monthly column in Book & Trailer
Showcase’s eMagazine, and is a proud member of the wonderful group of gals, Four
Seduced Muses and is honored to be a part of Romance Books 4 Us Gold Authors.
Find out more about Nicole and her books by visiting her website,
blog, Google + Page, Twitter, Facebook and her Yahoo Group, Nicole’s Think Tank.

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