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Employing Deception to Ensure Survival with Kami Evans

Nikki Duncan was going to be the guest today. She sent Kami Evans in her place. Kami is the heroine from SCENT OF PERSUASION. You’ll like her.

Lies, no matter how small, are bad. At least that’s the lie my father told me day in and day out, even while he assured my mother that her sequined dress was perfect for an afternoon tea. Funny, looking back, I’m surprised they were ever divorced the first time. He gave her everything she ever wanted.

Oh, hi. I’m Kami Evans, and my father was wrong. The truth will set you free. Unless no one believes it. Unless you’ve been maneuvered into making the lie appear as the truth. My step-brother Channing was. I miss him.

Sorry. I lose track of thoughts every now and then. It frustrated Nikki at times while we were working on SCENT OF PERSUASION, but it’s how I am.

Anyway… You don’t think it’s possible? To be maneuvered into making the lie appear as the truth? Maybe you’re right. Maybe in day-to-day life, if such a feat is possible, it is at the very least unfeasible or rare.

Fiction isn’t real, which sort of sucks for me. 🙂 Nope. Fiction only has to be written convincingly enough that you suspend belief. Your mind will make it feasible. Your mind will even allow you to buy into the possibility that lies are truths. Mine did. For a moment.

Granted, giant blue people can’t live on another planet while we have the ability to link to that world. But did you get wrapped up enough in the story to buy it? Breck made merciless fun of me, but I did. I enjoyed the movie and felt terrible when those people became the victim of a corrupt and greedy faction of the government. I enjoyed seeing the bad guys get everything they deserved, just as I enjoyed being a part of Breck’s team – for a very short time.

I hope you’ll check out the book and take the journey with me.

SCENT OF PERSUASION, Sensory Ops Book 2 is finally here!
Actress Kami Evans is tackling the biggest role of her life—as an escort. There’s definitely something going on in Madame V’s mansion, but Kami has to prove herself trustworthy before she can dig deeper and prove her stepbrother didn’t commit suicide.
Her first assignment: seduce a CEO and, oddly, steal his hair brush. He’s everything she avoids in a man: suave, sexy, suited. She plays her role all the way to the bedroom…and finds it stunningly difficult to walk away.
Breck Lawson’s undercover assignment, posing as a replacement CEO, is yielding zero clues as to why his friend tried to kill himself—until Kami comes on the scene. She’s everything he likes in a woman: safe, sexy, temporary. She also arouses him just by walking into a room, a sure sign it’s time to push her away.
Then he connects the dots she unwittingly shares, and realizes their investigations are linked by delicate strands of DNA. Keeping her near isn’t wise, but he has to know her secrets and keep her safe.
Unless they trust each other and come clean, those dots could lead to death for both of them…
WARNING: This title contains love found in the last place expected, call girls, disco sticks, Monkees karaoke, steamy sex and a conspiracy to murder through the need for sex.
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An Interview with Christine Wells about Sweetest Little Sin

A Marquis’ Betrayal
Lady Louisa Brooke has many suitors, but the only man for her is the wild and ruthless Marquis of Jardine. When Jardine suddenly abandons her after a long-standing liaison, he leaves her with nothing except the secret they share. Her future in ruins, Louisa recklessly accepts a mission from the head of the secret service and becomes embroiled in a perilous operation in which nothing is as it seems…

A Lady’s Revenge
The Marquis of Jardine is determined to destroy the criminal mastermind who’s sworn vengeance against all he holds dear. But when he hears that Louisa is to wed a dangerous enemy, Jardine is tortured by jealousy and fear for her safety. He tracks her down, only to discover that her mission collides with his.

A Love that Won’t Be Denied
Together, Louisa and Jardine must now foil a plan to betray the secret service and escape a diabolical revenge. But can they put the past behind them, and take the greatest risk of all—on love?

Christine, Thank-you for agreeing to an author interview today.

Hi Greta, thanks so much for having me!

Can you tell everyone a little bit about yourself?

A Love that Won’t Be Denied
Together, Louisa and Jardine must now foil a plan to betray the secret service and escape a diabolical revenge. But can they put the past behind them, and take the greatest risk of all—on love?

I live in Australia with my husband and two small boys. Thank goodness our dog is a girl or I’d be completely outnumbered! I’m a former lawyer who decided to exchange writing contracts and prospectuses for romance novels. I can’t believe I get paid to have this much fun!

How long have you been writing?

I’ve been writing with a view to publication since about 2001.

What is your writing process like?

I’m a fly by the seat of my pants writer and I wish I wasn’t. Things stew away in my head for a long while and then when it reaches some kind of tipping point I just blurt it all out on the page in a fairly quick draft. Then I go back and flesh out and cut and polish. I’d much prefer to outline and I have tried a lot of different processes but nothing else fits.

Can you tell us about your newest release Sweetest Little Sin?

Oh, gladly! The Marquis of Jardine, a ruthless government spy, and Lady Louisa Brooke were secondary characters in an earlier novel of mine, THE DANGEROUS DUKE. They have a long and tortured history together but SWEETEST LITTLE SIN opens with Jardine telling Louisa it’s over between them. Shattered by his betrayal, Louisa recklessly accepts a mission from a British spymaster, only to find that her objective coincides with Jardine’s.

What are you currently working on?

I’d love to tell you—I’m so excited about my next project—but unfortunately, it’s under wraps for the moment.

Where do you get your ideas for your books?

I’m not sure where these ideas come from. Some spring from tidbits of research but usually certain characters and situations appeal to me and then the story unfurls from there.

As an author, you must be an avid reader. What books do you enjoy reading? Who are your auto-buy authors?

Yes, I love reading, of course! I often have two or three books on the go at one time. Auto-buys—Liz Carlyle, Lisa Kleypas, Loretta Chase, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, too many to name. I also enjoy reading crime, C.S. Harris, Elizabeth George, PD James.

What books are on your keeper shelf?

My husband always grumbles that there are too many ‘keeper’ books in my collection. But also very special to me are books written and signed by friends. I’d never part with those.

What was the first romance book you read or the one book that has stood the test of time for you?

I think Georgette Heyer’s novels were the first romances I read and I still re-read them from time to time. I recently bought a wonderful audible book of Heyer’s Sylvester read by Richard Armitage.

If your book was made into a movie, which actors would like to see as the lead characters?

Oh, that’s a tough one! I think Richard Armitage would be wonderful as Jardine. I’d pick a cool blonde for Lady Louisa but not someone conventionally pretty. Maybe Megan Dodds, who was in MI-5/Spooks.

If you could switch lives with one of your characters who would if be & why?

I’d switch lives with Louisa if it meant I could have Jardine!

When you are not writing or reading, what do you enjoying doing in your spare time?

I love spending time with friends and family, going to the beach, traveling.

If you could ask readers anyone question, what would it be?

I’d like to know what romance novel you’d love to see as a movie and who you’d cast in the roles of hero and heroine. One commenter will receive a signed copy of SWEETEST LITTLE SIN.

Where can readers find you on the internet?

Please visit my website: http://www.christine-wells.com/

Or join me at the Romance Bandits blog: http://romancebandits.blogspot.com/

Thanks so much for having me here today!

Q&A & Contest with Dawn Halliday

Dawn, Thank-you for agreeing to an author interview today.

Thanks so much for having me!

Can you tell everyone a little bit about yourself?

I am a California mom of three who loves to write emotionally intense, sexy romance. I also write historical romance as Jennifer Haymore.

How long have you been writing?

I started writing seriously when my daughter was born five years ago.

What is your writing process like?

It really changes with every book! I’d say the consistent things are that after I come up with an initial concept for a book, I work off a loose outline, and I write sequentially. Also, I get my best writing done late at night with a cup of coffee or tea beside me!

Can you tell us about your newest release, Highland Surrender?

After writing two books centering on love triangles, Highland Surrender is my attempt at a “love square.” There are two couples matched up at the beginning of the book, but they end up with different partners at the end!

Do you have any other books releasing this year?

Yes, as Jennifer Haymore, I have A Touch of Scandal in April, and A Season of Seduction in October. Both are spicy-hot Regency romances.

What are you currently working on?

I’m currently finishing up edits on A Season of Seduction and starting my next Jennifer Haymore book.

Where do you get your ideas for your books?

That’s a hard question to answer, because they’re just…there, usually! My husband sometimes helps me with original concepts, and often once I come up with a concept, he helps me to map it out. He’s a great “idea man.”

As an author, you must be an avid reader. What books do you enjoy reading? Who are your auto-buy authors?

I love to read, and wish I had time to read more! I also wish I wasn’t such a slow reader…

My auto-buy historical authors include: Laura Kinsale, Diana Gabaldon, Loretta Chase, Anna Campbell, Julie Garwood, and newcomers Tessa Dare and Courtney Milan. I love Monica McCarty’s Scottish historicals, and Maya Banks’s erotic romances.

What books are on your keeper shelf?

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, Whitney, My Love by Judith McNaught, Goddess of the Hunt by Tessa Dare, Claiming the Courtesan by Anna Campbell, and all of Laura Kinsale’s and Loretta Chase’s books.

What was the first romance book you read or the one book that has stood the test of time for you?

I think the first romance I ever read was Ransom by Julie Garwood. I loved it!

If you could switch lives with one of your characters who would if be & why?

I’d switch lives with Ceana MacNab from Highland Surrender. Even though her life has been difficult, she is a strong woman who’s so skilled at what she does as a healer, and finds her job so satisfying.

When you are not writing or reading, what do you enjoying doing in your spare time?

I love hanging out and laughing with my family: we love going to the movies, going on bike rides, and just having fun around the house.

If you could ask readers any one question, what would it be?

What is your biggest pet peeve about the romances you read?

Where can readers find you on the internet?

http://www.dawnhalliday.com/

http://www.jenniferhaymore.com/

www.twitter.com/jenniferhaymore

www.facebook.com/jenniferhaymore

****Leave a comment answering Dawn’s question and one lucky commenter will win a signed copy of Highland Surrender. Good Luck 🙂

Q&A with Jenna Bayley-Burke

Jenna, Thank-you for agreeing to an author interview today.

Can you tell everyone a little bit about yourself?

Can I make it up? I’m much more interesting when I play make-believe. By day I cook, clean, and carpool. When the kids are sleeping, I can do anything, at least on the page.

How long have you been writing?

Forever? I’ve always written, but I got serious about it in late 2004 following a health scare.

What is your writing process like?

Evolving. I sold my first book before I realized I didn’t know how to write. I can tell a great story and that carries me through (so far!), but being a good writer is another task entirely. So, I’ve been trying on different techniques to find what works for me.

Can you tell us about your newest release Pride and Passion?

I was watching Beauty and the Beast with my boys while cleaning out old college files. I couldn’t seem to let go of any of my notes and papers on Jane Austen and her stories — Elizabeth Bennett and her preconceived notions, Emma Woodhouse and her sheltered devotion to her father. The Beast roared from the television and the boys demanded it be turned off, and so while they turned their attentions to Hot Wheels, my mind spun a story that combined Beauty & the Beast, Emma and Pride & Prejudice…with a sexy spin.

Do you have any other books releasing this year?

Um…yeah. Pride & Passion was the last book I wrote pre-baby. I’m inching back in the game. So, not yet, but hopefully we’ll get one on the schedule soon. I just need to finish writing it.

What are you currently working on?

Shattered Expectations. It takes a bankrupt heiress and the corporate raider who ruined her family, and exposes all their dirty little secrets.

Where do you get your ideas for your books?

Anywhere…MSN.com had a headline about exploding toads and WHAM, they found their way into Par for the Course. Thank goodness there was a golf course with a few water hazards, or it might have been awkward. Good Morning America ran a piece about new exercise routines – aerobic striptease, couples yoga…and then The View had someone on talking about using Kama Sutra to reenergize your sex life. The two ideas blended together in my why-won’t-this-child-sleep-through-the-night haze and VOILA, Compromising Positions had a Sensational Sex yoga class — couples yoga to ease the more demanding postures from the Kama Sutra.

As an author, you must be an avid reader. What books do you enjoy reading?

Who are your auto-buy authors? Lori Foster, Lori Wilde, HelenKay Dinmon, Lucy Monroe, Jill Shalvis…I have a serious book addiction. I always need a Happily Ever After. Life is too short for me to be worrying about characters once I close the book.

What books are on your keeper shelf?

So…confession time! I have 3 bookshelves…and I um, don’t donate very many. If I like it, I’ll loan it out, but I want to keep it. I really need an ereader, just to cut down on the clutter! But then, I’d probably wind up buying old favorites like all the Brava Bad Boy collections.

What was the first romance book you read or the one book that has stood the test of time for you?

My grandmother had a subscription to Harlequin Romance. When there was nothing to read at her house one summer, she decided they were fine for my ten-year-old self. I’m glad she did…they set my standards for men far too high for adolescent boys and opened my world to places and careers I’d never dreamed of.

If a book of yours was made into a movie, which actors would like to see as the lead characters?

Oh. This is fun! I use pictures to help me visualize characters. Pride & Passion was Carrie Underwood and Christian Bale.

When you are not writing or reading, what do you enjoying doing in your spare time?

I would love to sleep. How sad is that? I have three kids and one is awake on either side of midnight, so that’s my dream right now. I wish I could say I love to travel…someday it will be true. But not until one of my babes sleeps through the night!

If you could ask readers anyone question, what would it be?

Every year I attend the local Romance Readers Luncheon and get to ask all kinds of things! Usually, I ask what makes them buy a book. It’s the same things that pull me in – title, cover, blurb…all things the author has no control over. I know this, and yet I’m still a sucker for marketing!

Where can readers find you on the internet?

www.jennabayleyburke.com

***Leave a comment answering Jenna’s question for a chance to win a download copy of Pride and Passion. Good Luck 🙂

Q&A with Melissa Schroeder

Melissa, Thank-you for agreeing to an interview today.

Thanks so much for having me here today!

Can you tell everyone a little bit about yourself?

I am a military wife with two kids. I grew up in the military so it is really just old hat for me. Of course, with that background, I have lived all over the place from Ohio to Germany to Hawaii but right now, we are living in Virginia.

How long have you been writing?

I started writing in college, but mostly very melodramatic short stories. They were filled with angst. Then, I tried everything. Suspense, cozy mysteries, then I accidently picked up a romance in 1999, and that is when I started writing romance.

What is your writing process like?

It changes constantly. But for the most part, I am back to my old ways. I will sketch out a light plot, get my character studies down, then I write like a crazy person, putting out 4-5,000 words a day. It is very rough and usually ends up about 75% total when I finish the rough draft. I let it sit for a month, then I go back and do 3-4 edits of it.

Can you tell us about your newest release Conquering India: Texas Temptations #1?

This is my first full ménage. India came to me a year or so ago. She is a lot of fun, but a little lost. She has everything back on track in her life after splitting with her cheating ex, but her personal life. She hasn’t really dated since her divorce. When she is hired to cater a party for Marc and Wade’s security company, Wade gets it in his head that India is the one for them. It was fun to watch Wade trying to convince both India and Marc that it could work.

Is this beginning of a new series for you?

Yes, I have at least two more planned. The first one is Delilah’s Downfall. The second is as yet unnamed.

Do you have any other books releasing this year?

Yes. I have a rerelease in June from WCP, Hands On Training. I rewrote it and expanded it by about 30K.

Next I have two Samhain releases, A Little Harmless Obsession in August, and The Spy Who Loved Her (the sequel to Lessons in Seduction) due in December.

What are you currently working on?

That is always a loaded question. Because of my ADD I usually have several projects going. Right now, I am finishing up The Spy Who Loved Her, but I am also working on Delilah’s Downfall (plotting it), and I am working on two unsigned paranormals, The Cursed Clan and By Blood. Next up is A Little Harmless Addiction.

As an author, you must be an avid reader. What books do you enjoy reading? Who are your auto-buy authors?

OY, this is huge. Right now, I am huge into historical. It is my favorite genre to read and there is enough of it out there. My fave that I always buy is Liz Carlyle. I like Stephanie Laurens too, but Liz is my fave. I love Nora Robert’s suspenses, and I love, love, love Shayla Black’s erotics. I love her brethren too, but really, her contemporary erotics make my day.

What books are on your keeper shelf?

Really? I have too many to name, seriously.

What was the first romance book you read or the one book that has stood the test of time for you?

First book, Linda Howard’s All the Queen’s Men. I actually thought it was just a suspense. I read it in ONE DAY. But, I have one book I always go back to and that is Nora Roberts’ Carnal Innocence. I just love the hero in the story and she really gets the setting right. Oh, and Howard’s After the Fire. Love that book.

If one of your books was made into a movie, which actors would like to see as the lead characters?

Hmm, I think I would like Brad Pitt and Minnie Driver in A Little Harmless Sex. Of course Brad would have to bulk up a bit 🙂

If you could switch lives with one of your characters who would if be & why?

MILA in Hunting Mila. That woman knows how to handle anything from tea parties to invading aliens. And she knows just how to get herself out of sticky situations.

When you are not writing or reading, what do you enjoying doing in your spare time?

I like to spend a lot of time with my kids and husband. For so many years, I had to write at night because the kids were young and I was too busy during the day. So, I like to spend a lot of my extra time with them.

 My oldest is a freshman and I know we only have a few years left together like this. So, one of our favorite things to do is watch shows that I missed the beginning of (because I used to write at night) and she was too young to watch. We made it through Bones, we are now on NCIS 🙂

My youngest is a writer. She is eight and has been writing books and reading them to the class. So, we put her books together. She writes and illustrates them, then we staple them together.

Other than that, I am learning Reiki healing. More for myself, really because it has helped me with my back problems.

If you could ask readers one question, what would it be?

If you could choose an erotic genre for the next Harmless book (after A Little Harmless Addiction) what would it be? Ménage, bdsm, straight contemp, etc?

Where can readers find you on the internet?

I am all over the place:

http://www.melissaschroeder.net/

I am one of the wicked writers:

http://www.thewickedwriters.com/

Also, I tweet on a regular basis:

www.Twitter.com/melschroeder

and facebook:

www.facebook.com/authormelissaschroeder

***Leave a comment answering Melissa’s question for a chance to win a download copy of Conquering India. Good Luck 🙂

Werewolves and Bigfoot and Hunters, Oh My! With Terry Spear

In this fourth in Spear’s series, Private Eye Cameron MacPherson and Faith O’Mallery are both on quests that lead them into the world of magical wolves…

Cameron arrives in the Canadian Arctic to search for his partners in his P.I. business who are late returning from a hunting trip. Faith is there to discover what her father had seen in the same area years earlier that had made him lose touch with reality—man-wolves, he called them.

The two tumble into an icy world of enemies bent on destroying the lupus garou kind. As they turn into lupus garou themselves, and bond with the pack that only they can rescue from destruction, Cameron and Faith find their soul mates in each other.

Werewolves and Bigfoot and Hunters, Oh My!

What would you do if you were swept up into the world of werewolves and found yourself hunted by those who were looking for the legendary Bigfoot, and decided you were a werewolf, and came after YOU instead?

Life tends to throw little obstacles in our path, creating havoc anyway. The other day I got off work at night and in the 16-degree weather, had a dead battery. One of my co-workers had cables, but alas, we couldn’t locate her battery. A hero stepped into help us. He couldn’t locate her battery either, so moved his truck next to mine, and we jumped the car. The next morning, after cleaning the rods with soda water and charging the battery with a charger all night, I went in to town and got a new battery (the other was 5 years old) and voila, can’t get into work. The lock at the library was frozen. I was in charge, no way to get in.

So yep, life can be full of stumbling blocks and that’s just what happened to Faith O’Mallery as she went into the wintry wilderness in Maine looking for the man who stole her father’s research. Secretive research.

But it didn’t begin there. Well, the theft did, but after that, it was the fact someone seemed to be stalking her, the hotel clerk giving her the key to the wrong room—an occupied room—and not occupied by a family or a single woman either, but a hunk of a hero type.

Yep, so the stumbling block there wasn’t exactly all that bad, at least at first. Until she left her jacket in his room, and locked her key in her own room, and…

Well some will say: stop! This isn’t realistic. But it is! I swear it! Just think back to my car battery going dead, not being able to find my co-worker’s battery, and then the next morning, coming to work and not being able to get in. It went on from there—the electric heat wasn’t working in the library, the water pipe in the men’s bathroom began to leak, three computers locked up without anyone’s express permission, and did I mention I was in charge that day?

So yes…it’s realistic. Have you ever had anyone walk into your hotel room when you were in it? Waving hand here! Twice, I’ve had that happen to me. One time I was in bed, and hadn’t remembered to use the “emergency” lock. The other time, I had, so they couldn’t open the door very far. One time the clerk gave me a key to someone else’s room and they were away for the day. So realistic? Yep!

Now, finding a single hunk in the hotel room, *smile*, that’s a fantasy dream come true. And when he’s going the same direction as Faith into the unknown wilderness to solve his own mysteries—his private investigator partners went on a hunt and never came back—we start the adventure that will change their lives forever.

So if you want to find a wolf that will warm your heart, maybe a werewolf will be the right one for you in Book 4, Legend of the White Wolf! What do you think? Do you believe in werewolves?

Thanks so much for having me, Greta! Hope everyone is staying warm in this wintry time of year!

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Melissa Mayhue wants to know “Why Time Travel?”

First off, my thanks to Greta for the invitation to visit with you guys again.  Thank you so much! 

It’s been an exciting month with the release of   A HIGHLANDER’S DESTINY on December 29 and then A HIGHLANDER’S HOMECOMING on January 26.  These two are especially fun for me to have coming out back to back because, although they are both stand-alones which could be read all by themselves,  HOMECOMING picks up where DESTINY leaves off, following different characters and viewing the action through a different set of eyes.

Also, while DESTINY is based in a contemporary setting, HOMECOMING is a time-travel to medieval Scotland.  Which started me thinking…

Why do I write time travel romances?

Unlike so many questions about my writing, this is an easy one!  And it actually has TWO answers and they’re both selfish!!

Unlike so many questions about my writing, this is an easy one!  And it actually has TWO answers and they’re both selfish!!

1 ~ I write time travel romance because I love to read it!  I’ve been a readers for many more years than I’ve been a writer and time travel was always one of my favorites.  I love the touch of paranormal, the idea of someone completely out of their element rising to the occasion, and, of course, finding that perfect love leading to a Happy Ever After!

2 ~ Time travel gives me the freedom to write both contemporary and historical settings.  Using both allows me to stay true to my vision of the world I’m creating in the Daughters of the Glen series.   It’s almost like writing two closely connected series!

What about you guys?  What is there about Time-Travel romance that appeals to you?

MELISSA MAYHUE writes award-winning paranormal romance for Pocket Books, all set in an imaginary world of Faeries and Mortals. Her fifth book, A HIGHLANDER’s DESTINY hit stores on December 29 and her sixth, A HIGHLANDER’S HOMECOMING, is available on January 26, 2010.

You can visit her on the web at: www.MelissaMayhue.com or come Twitter with her at www.Twitter.com/MelissaMayhue

***Leave a comment answering Melissa’s question for a chance to win an autographed book from Melissa’s backlist. Good Luck 🙂