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Brenda loves connecting with readers. To contact Brenda or for more information on her books, including excerpts and free reads, please visit her website.
What inspired you to write your book?
My characters live in my mind. They talk and are mischievous, even after the story is written. Each time I write a new story, a character other than the hero will intrigue me. My next book usually ends up featuring that captivating person. That is how my latest book, Deadly Alpha, was inspired. When I finished writing Alpha Mine, one of the secondary characters, the fun-loving Marcus Botticelli, had my attention. I had to give him his own story which became Deadly Alpha.
Here is a short sample from the book:
Marcus rose from his machine and headed for Christina with the swagger of a male tiger prowling after its mate. His eyes darkening in hunger, he quickened his stride, eating up the space between them.
“Did I do something wrong?” asked Christina.
Her reply came in the way of a rush of cool air when Marcus used his preternatural speed to cross the gym and scoop her up in his arms before pressing his lips to hers in a crushing kiss.
“That stretching was the sexiest thing I’ve ever seen,” he managed to bite out before he kissed her again.
Marcus pinned her against the wall next to the sauna door, his body pressed into hers. Christina wrapped her arms around his neck and returned his kiss with equal urgency. His hunger fueled her desire. He built the lust between them, letting their passion mix in their mindlink until, like a tornado, their desire circulated between them, building until it became an unstoppable whirlwind.
Nicholai opened the door to the sauna and made a hasty exit. “Get a room, you two.” Nicholai glanced at them quickly, a smile on his handsome face.
Marcus grabbed the open sauna door, catching it before it closed as he broke their kiss. “Sounds like a plan. I think this room will do.”