Q: How does your writing stand apart from others in the genre?
A: I start by trying to think of settings and plots that are totally different from the books I’ve read. There are a whole lot of excellent vampire, shape shifter and cowboy/rancher books out there, so those themes are a no-go for me. I really want to write something totally original that will stand out in the reader’s mind because it doesn’t meld with any other books they’ve read.
Q: Do you try to write characters that are totally different too?
A: Yes, I try. I like to develop strong female characters that can take care of themselves and don’t need to be coddled. My heroines are smart, tough and aren’t afraid to be themselves.
Q: What about the men? Do you try to stay away from the usual fare there too?
A: I love an alpha male with an intense personality and a killer body. There are some things that just work in any book; they don’t need to be different. This is definitely one of them.
Q: What type of erotic situation is your favorite to write?
A: I get psyched to write about ménage relationships. I absolutely love the decadence of the three lovers (or more!). In my books, there is usually some conflict leading up to the decision to share. To me it’s more realistic and adds to the story line.
Q: Why not write more mainstream romance instead of the highly detailed erotic romance?
A: I think erotic romance books serve an important function for many of their readers. They have kept my marriage hot and interesting through the years, and I hope my books can do the same for others.
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