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Marisa is also entertaining the idea of writing a historical romance based on a photo-shoot she did in 2012 and since she loves to read thrillers, she plans to try to see where she can go with tackling writing a thriller.
What inspired you to write your book?
I read a really bad erotica series and thought I could perhaps do better. I quickly learned that writing erotica is not as easy as it may seem. Since writing my first novel, my readers inspire me to keep writing.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“Sing to me.” she says softly.
Without hesitation or even a hint of nervousness, Ian begins to sing to her. A song she has never heard before. She immediately gets chills all over her entire body; to her pinky toes. His voice is echoing off the canyon and filling the night air with a beautiful melody. At this moment, Grace knows she really, really likes this boy. He looks at her as he sings the last verse of the song. He just stares at her; she is smiling at him with her eyes.
“Ian, I, I’m speechless,” she shakes her head, “Your voice is like an angel.”
He flips his long auburn hair over his shoulder then wraps his arms around his knees and rests his chin on them. Grace is swooning over him and he finds it amusing.
“I’ve never heard that song before.” she says as she looks at him adoringly.
“Well I hope not! I wrote it.” he says with a chuckle.
In this moment, he just became even more amazing to her. Not only does he have one of the most beautiful male voices she has ever heard, but also the lyrics to the song were heartfelt and beautiful. Ian Taylor was not a boy who should be judged by his cover. He was so much deeper than the long hair, leather jacket, jewelry, and ripped pants he wore. There was so much more to this boy that the other kids at school had no idea of; nor would they even care about.
“Gracie.” he says interrupting her thoughts.
“Yes, Ian?” she says in a husky voice.
“It’s ten o’clock. I better be getting you home.”