Love and Other Games
Authors: Ana Blaze, Aria Kane, Kara Leigh Miller, Melinda Dozier
Book heat level (based on movie ratings G, PG, PG13, R): R
In the Winter Olympic Village, a powerful torch mysteriously
appears — every four years. No one knows the torch’s history or where it comes
from, but there are plenty of rumors. The one thing everyone agrees on: It’s good
luck to be in possession of it while you compete, but it’s terrible luck to have
it for more than a day.
For four athletes chasing gold, this superstition is something
they can’t afford to ignore.

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Interview with Aria Kane

Why did you write this
book?
Honestly? I was watching the Olympic Games and thinking about
all the gorgeous, tight-bodied people in such a small space… and as a romance writer,
took that to its natural conclusion! ;-)
What is your favorite
genre to read?
I really enjoy almost all genre fiction, but I do enjoy a great
urban fantasy.
What is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own characters)?
Gosh, this is a hard question to answer! Characters keep popping
in and out of my head. I’m going to have to go with a classic and say Sherlock Holmes.
He’s only been reimagined so many times because he’s such an interesting character!
Do you enjoy films and/or
TV shows? Which are your favorites?
I do! Though I wish I had more time to watch them. Some of my
all-time favorites include: Stargate, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Sliders.
My current favorites include: Almost Human (Michael Ealy was the inspiration for
Brandon in LaOG!),
Once Upon a Time, and Doctor Who.
What are you working on
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
I am actually working on two more collaborations with the other
authors of Love and Other Games, along with a few special guests! Look out for those
in March and later this summer.
Please tell us about your
latest book. (blurb up to 300 words here, plus an excerpt of up to 800 words)
In the Winter Olympic Village, a powerful
torch mysteriously appears — every four years. No one knows the torch’s history
or where it comes from, but there are plenty of rumors. The one thing everyone agrees
on: It’s good luck to be in possession of it while you compete, but it’s terrible
luck to have it for more than a day.
For four athletes chasing gold, this
superstition is something they can’t afford to ignore.

Author Bio

Aria Kane is a recovering mechanical engineer and romance writer.
As a military brat, she grew up all over the country, but now lives in sunny Florida with a 60 lb mutt
who thinks he’s a chihuahua.

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