Eclipse of the Heart 

About the Book

Title Eclipse of the Heart
Genre Contemporary Romance
Author Name Carly Carson
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Amanda Thompson is offered her dream job as a junior executive
at a Manhattan venture
firm. The terms are a little vague, but she has a seriously ill sister to provide
for, and her new boss is a seriously attractive man. Failure is not an option, so
she’ll keep her eye on the prize, and her heart and body out of the mix…despite
the boss’s overly personal interest in her.
Logan Winter is a hard-driving business tycoon who likes his
sex life hot and his emotional life cold. His new high-end call girl is a little
different from the ordinary bimbos who fill the role. That’s okay, since he’s ready
for different. Even discovering the mistake that’s been made is okay, because he
knows how to get what he wants…and he wants Amanda.

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About the Character

Name: Logan
Winter
Age: 32
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Boston,
MA
Profession: Entrepreneur
Describe his/her body build, skin tone, height and weight. Include
any unique features such as dimples, freckles, or scars: His gray eyes are cool
enough to match his name. His dark hair is cut short, and his firm mouth speaks
of a man used to making decisions and ruling his world.
Who is the significant
other in your character’s life?
He has no significant other.
How does your hero dress?
Logan dresses in a businesslike,
New England manner (think prep). He doesn’t care
about clothes, but he grew up in New England, so
these clothes are convenient for him and useful in his business dealings. Amanda
loves to see him with his oxford-cloth shirt rolled up to expose his tan forearms.
(Of course, she also loves to see him in fewer clothes, if possible.)
What are the qualities
of his voice? (pitch, quality, volume)
Deep, dark and seductive.
If you could only hear
this character’s voice (but not see him) what characteristic would identify him?
Amanda could identify him by voice because his voice alone gives
her goose-bumps.
What is your character’s
viewpoint on wealth? Not necessary, nice to have, important, obtain at all costs?
Wealth is something Logan
has, but life has taught him that money is much less important than other things.
How do others perceive
your character based upon looks? How true is this assumption? Does your character
care about those assumptions?
Other people see Logan
as a rich playboy who works hard and plays hard. He only cares about the opinions
of his close friends, and they know he’s not superficial or spoiled by the fact
that he apparently can have whatever he wants. They know, as he does, that he can
never have what he wants most.
Can your hero keep a secret?
If not, why not? If yes, why?
Yes, Logan
has been carrying around a tragic secret for a long time. It’s easy to keep the
secret because he has no desire to talk about the tragedy. At the same time, it’s
a huge weight on him because it affects every part of his life, yet he can’t talk
about it.
What is your hero’s biggest
personal flaw?
He can separate his emotions from his relationships with other
people. This flaw prevents him from healing emotionally.

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

Why do you think your
writer chose to write about you?
She knew that I needed to be jolted out of my cold, emotionless
life. I wasn’t always happy with her plot machinations, but she knew exactly which
plot element I would not be able to turn my back on.
What do you wish your
writer had not told others about you?
I would have kept the secret about my family forevermore. It
was painful to re-open that wound.
Was there anything your
writer discovered about you that was a surprise to one or both of you?
I was surprised to discover I was capable of love. I’d convinced
myself that I wasn’t. I’m grateful to the writer for showing me that important fact
that led me to my present happiness.
When your writer is writing
about you, what do you think makes your writer the most happy? What makes your writer
the most sad?
The writer is sad that she can never fix the tragedy that made
me who I am. She’s happy to engineer a happy ending. She wouldn’t rest until I got
mine.
What other character from
your book do you think your writer should write a book about? Care to tell us why?
Rosie deserves her own story. She’s not the kind of buttoned-up
employee I normally hire, but she turned out to be a true friend to both me and
Amanda. I’d love to see that imp get her own happily ever after.
Is there anything you’d
like to say to your writer?
Thanks!

Author Bio

In Carly’s Real World: She is a wife to Traveling Man, who actually
knows flight attendants because they are on his “commute”. (That is his
story, and we’re buying it.) The upside is, Carly gets some sweet travel deals.
Once the whole family stayed for free in the Presidential Suite plus the Queen suite
at an all-inclusive 5-star resort in Cozumel. Another
time, they got upgraded from two garden-view rooms to two ocean-front suites on
Waikiki Beach
in Honolulu. Traveling
Man is very handy to have around.
Carly is also the Jill-of-all-trades to three offspring, who
often take her for granted, but are nonetheless wonderful. Just ask them. :)
In Carly’s Fantasy World: The men are tough, but the women are
tougher, though usually in a different way. Women enjoy sex and men understand it.
(This is fantasy world, remember.) Happy endings are mandatory, though there may
be a lot of trouble and heartache to get there.

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