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About the author:
My life is pretty simple—I work by day and write by night. I’m a very down-to-earth kind of person who loves a good sultry romance. I’m from a small town in the middle of nowhere, which I believe is often probably reflected in many of my writings. Hope you enjoy.
What inspired you to write your book?
I love western romances. It’s my guilty pleasure. However, sometimes I find them very predictable or the characters silly, and it just ruins a good plot. I wanted to tell a story that was realistic and original and was told through the eyes of a strong female character.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“Might as well put the poor fella out of his misery,” Ace said bluntly, looking down his straight, arrogant nose at her from his lofty height.
“What do you mean?” Lily demanded, slightly taken back and resentful of his presence during their innocent exchange.
“It’s obvious. A man like that ain’t for ya,” he said before continuing on.
“Excuse me? But you can’t just say something like that and walk away! What’s wrong with him? He’s perfectly suitable!”
“Well…for starters he’s well-mannered, kind, considerate. From a wealthy family and yet humble. And he’s attractive,” Lily concluded.
“You’d be bored,” he said simply.
“Ya heard me. Bored. You’d walk all over that drooling puppy and leave him groveling for more—neither of you satisfied. He isn’t man enough.”
“Huh! And what would you know about satisfying a woman?” As soon as the words slipped from her mouth Lily physically winced. Ace’s full lips curled upward in response, those outrageous dimples taunting her.
“Don’t you dare answer that,” she warned, pointing a slim white finger at him. “The last thing I want to discuss are your baser needs.” Or wonder how large you really are. She almost choked on the thought, unable to forget Franny’s words from earlier.