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About the author:
Brienne Dubh comes from a performing background with over 10 years acting experience. Studying Performing Arts and Theater at college she then went on to university where she studied Creative Arts. Brienne has worked as a Producer working on various film projects before going on to set up her own production company.
In 2010 Brienne took a step back from producing realizing that her passion for writing was taking over. With experience of both production and post –production processes, she is a trained Editor and has also written and produced several short film scripts, one of which premiered at the Corona Cork film festival.
Whether you are looking for dark and twisted, humorous or romantic and sexy there is something in Brienne's books for everyone to lose themselves in.
What inspired you to write your book?
My first book, The Secret Side of us was set in and office. I had wanted to write a workplace romance again for some time but other stories kept cropping up. Then one Friday evening after a glass or two of wine, I was looking through a magazine and came across a black and white photo of Chris Hemsworth in prestige. That photo became my inspiration and Aaron Strange was born.
Here is a short sample from the book:
Ellie picked the envelope up and stood before sitting back down. She looked down at
her skirt which sat just above her knees. If she did this, she would be crossing a line.
She crossed her legs at the ankles and positioned her legs in different ways to see if
anyone would be able to tell she didn't have on any underwear. She stood up again
with the intention of going over and asking Josh what she should do when her phone
Ellie grabbed the envelope and hurried off to the bathroom at the end of the hall,
crashing into the first stall and closing the door behind her. “I can't believe I'm really
doing this,” she mumbled as she shimmied out of her panties, folding and slipping it
into the envelope and sealing it inside before hurrying back to her desk, Ellie sat down
carefully, fixing her dress.
So wrapped up in her task, Ellie hadn't even heard the young intern on post duty
approach. “Yes.” She handed the envelope over with a shaky hand. She looked at her
hand, unsure if it was just nerves or fear making it shake. Either way, she was
committed now. Ellie watched as someone she barely knew unknowingly walked
away, carrying her still warm panties in an envelope.