to interview your character, Nate O’Halloran from the book, Public Affairs.
for his image-conscious celebrity clients. When his college roommate, now a hospital
director in Buffalo, calls to beg for his help– a cancer researcher on staff has
disappeared with millions of dollars’ worth of government research funds– Nate
agrees to help right away, though this situation is pretty small potatoes for him.
Nate shows up; does it mean her boss doesn’t trust her to handle this mess herself?
Against her better judgment, Val decides she and Nate have to work together to save
the hospital’s reputation, though the explosive attraction they feel is making any
actual “work” difficult…
30’s; PR guru to the stars
PR director for Cancer
Interview with Nate O’Halloran
|Going All In|
Well, prior to meeting
Val, I was one of those guys who celebrities turned to when there was something
they needed to spin or to go away. Stuff like sex tapes, allegations of cheating…*wry
smile* Yeah, I know it wasn’t exactly high-brow stuff, but I was good at it.
roommate and CEO of Cancer Care Center Doug out of a terrible situation when one
of his docs made off with millions, I thought she might be a nice diversion while
I was away from my “real life”. But through her I realized how empty that
supposed “real life” was.
how hard I work. I’m like a dog with a bone when I’ve got a problem to solve.
even let her drive my ’63 Porsche. That’s love. *laughing*
ultimately was so frivolous, in comparison to the work Val and Doug do. I wish I
had been there for more of the fight, instead of wasting my life and my talent helping
self-centered celebrities escape from their stupid mistakes.
said something different, but now- to cure cancer. Val and Doug both work so hard,
day after day, alongside thousands of other employees all focused on one goal, to
eradicate the world of a truly terrible disease. With people like the ones who work
at Cancer Care Center,
cancer can’t win.
love to tell you about Doug, who I met in college. I was going through a…rough time,
and Doug was there for me when I needed a friend, even asking his parents to open
their home to me. I’ll never forget that he was the one who never, ever turned his
back on me. So when he called me for help, it was a no-brainer. Of course I would
do everything I could.
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About the Author
not writing she enjoys watching hockey and hanging out online. Cassandra’s books
have won numerous “Best Book Of” awards and her novella Unexpected Top
was nominated in the E-book Erotic Romance category of RT’s Reviewers’ Choice Awards.
about love and sex while most others struggle with daily commutes, micro-managing
bosses and cranky co-workers. Her inspiration comes from everywhere, but she’d particularly
like to thank the Buffalo Sabres, the hockey team near and dear to her heart.