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We are from all over the United States and of all ages, bringing different perspectives to each book. Besides writing, several members in the group love to camp, go fishing, play cards with family and friends, go bowling, and of course shopping–especially at a book store! One thing important to all of us is family, and nothing beats spending time with those that we love.
What inspired you to write your book?
The authors in this group are all like minded in that a great love story with some thrilling mystery makes for the best book to write. We decided to join up and create this set from a collection of our series books to spread the word about great romantic suspense novels and to open our worlds up to more readers.
Here is a short sample from the book:
From Love & Deception (Agents in Love – Book 1) by Chantel Rhondeau
Silence rushed to fill the space between them. Desperate to keep the conversation moving, Carlie jerked her chin in the direction of the chandelier. “I love how big that is.”
“Really?” Nick lifted one eyebrow and his lips quirked at the corners. “I’ve heard size is important.”
Embarrassment burned all the way up her neck and face. “I meant the chandelier. I wasn’t saying…” Holy crap. She was supposed to flirt. Another woman would have come up with a witty comeback, but Carlie had nothing.
He laughed and reached across the table, patting her hand. “Relax. I figured that’s what you meant. Just trying to lighten the mood.”
“I’m sorry. I don’t mean to be so nervous.”
“It’s okay, but you really don’t need to be. I don’t bite. Well,” he glanced at the tablecloth briefly before looking at her again, heat in his gaze, “not on the first date.”
“I…you…” Carlie gasped for a few seconds and then sighed. Shelley would be so disappointed in her. “I’m not good at this.”
“You’re not trying to tell me you don’t date much, are you?”
“Well, actually, I don’t.” She took a sip of water. The truth was the wrong path to take here. Guys wanted worldly, experienced girls who knew how to have a good time.
She winked at him, hoping it didn’t look like she had something in her eye. “At least, not men as sexy as you.”
He winked back. “And big, don’t forget big.”