I’m working on starting Out of Love which will be Foster’s book. I’ve just finalized the book blurb so if you’d like a sneak peek, here it is:They say all’s fair in love and war …
Foster Kavanaugh, former Navy SEAL, knows what it’s like to be the top
dog, the man in charge, the one calling the shots. Now that he’s running
his own security consulting firm, not much has changed.
escaping a toxic relationship, she’s grateful for a new start; new job
included. Of course, her job isn’t tranquil and calm. Quite the opposite, in
fact. Because her boss is the most infuriating man on the planet.
love. Except that Noelle Davis somehow foiled that plan, took a red pen to
his list of rules. With her smart mouth and quick witted banter, he finds the
woman was somehow beginning to creep past his defenses.
come to her rescue is none other than Foster Kavanaugh. She gets to see
the man in action; not as her aggravating boss, but as her protector. As the
man who would stop at nothing to ensure her safety.
embargo of men, the man whom she wants to get to know now that she’s
seen another side of him. The man who makes her want … more.
I start with a pretty extensive outline as I feel this helps me in ensuring the pacing and the flow of the story. Once I finish the outline and I’ve updated (if necessary) my character chart identifying characteristics of/details pertaining to the hero and heroine, I begin the actual writing process. Then it’s time to sit down and start typing away.
That’s a really tough question. Hmm … As of right now, I guess I’d choose Lawson because he’s just so fun but has other sides to him, lots of layers. Mind you, readers only catch glimpses of this throughout the series. But when you read Laws of Attraction, you’ll get to see him in a different light and, hopefully, fall in love with him even more.
The hardest character to write was probably Langley Ford because she was outside of my comfort zone, of sorts. I had to really buckle down and do my homework on everything that entails being an Air Force Combat Pararescueman (PJ) as none of my friends have ever had that position in the military nor have I ever met anyone who was/is a PJ. The challenging part about creating Langley was also because she has such a tumultuous past/upbringing that—along with many other events in her life—have shaped her in a unique way. I had to “tiptoe” very carefully as I wrote about her embarking on a bit of a metamorphosis throughout Laws of Attraction.
I write part-time as I am a full-time mother, first and foremost. I usually drop my daughter off at her half-day preschool and head over to the local coffee shop to sit down and write.
I enjoy reading, running, going to the beach, wine tasting or going out for sushi. I’m pretty lame now that I actually had to type that out. I feel like I should just add cliff diving so that I don’t seem so boring.
Not really. I’m really not a big TV fan.
Again, I’m pretty lame and a healthy eater for the most part. But, if we happen to have them on hand (not often, because they get devoured by the three of us nearly instantly), I’ll indulge in some of Barbara’s White Cheddar Cheese Puffs. Those things are divine, I tell you. Enough that I wrote them into my books. Lol! Trust me, once you try them, you’ll send me a Thank You note.
Too many to list! Julie James, Maya Banks, Lauren Layne, Rachel Van Dyken and Sharon Sala just to name a few.
Wildest Dream: Callum “Mac” Mackenzie—Sullivan Stapleton;
Raine Thompson—Mila Kunis
Hard To Handle: Zachariah Mayson—Philip Winchester;
Laney Kavanaugh—Jessica Biel
Remember When: Tate Donnelly—Julianna Hough;
Miller Vaughn—Henry Cavill
The Fall Up by Aly Martinez. She’s a phenomenal author and I absolutely love her work!