Drea: Growing up Drea Becraft wanted to save the world one dead body at a time as a homicide detective. After high school her dreams turned to the wayside when she found out she was going to be a mother. Eight years later she is now the mother of three beautiful girls, who are a handful, and married to her high school sweetheart. When she is not frantically getting two kids to and from school, to cheer practice, or cleaning up the after a full household she enjoys reading anything and everything she can get her hands on. After a few years of simply reading for enjoyment she began to get excellent ideas for stories of her very own and began to write them as much as time will allow. Watching as her dreams and characters become solid on paper has been exciting to say the least. Drea can’t wait to share every dream one story at a time. Until then she enjoys tons of conversation and laughs on twitter, facebook, and yahoo loops and would love to hear from you on any or all of them.
Aimee’s life changed one night, not long ago, when she staked a vampire to save another. Still reeling from that life changing night, Aimee decides to go home with Brenda, her best friend, for the holidays. She never expected Brenda’s brother, who comes off more like the Grinch then Santa, to have so many saint like qualities. Years spent alone, with no family or friends, plays heavy on her mind but Nic could possible be the one who changes it all.
has always been a sore spot for Nicolai. He’s the real saint Nic, but society has him all wrong. He’s no saint. In truth, he’s a vampire. Over the centuries, Nic has spent the holidays fighting off the ridicule from his younger brother and giving to those less fortune, not seeing his own worth. Until one mortal, brought home by his sister Brenda, changes the holiday and his outlook on life for eternity.
Is it possible that Nic has finally found his Mrs. Clause? When worlds meld, can Aimee find the happy ever after she once asked Santa for so many years ago, or is she doomed to spend forever lonely on Christmas?
Drea: I was 25 when I discovered the opportunity to write well it was less than a year ago that I really had the want to write lol. My first book (Forget The Yesterdays) came out in February of 2011 and since then I have have published 6 other books
Drea: Heart-wrenching Contemporary Romances (technically that is three words right o_O)
Drea: I am a go with the flow kind of writer. While I know in which direction I want my story to go I have no clue of the specifics till I sit down and write it out.
Drea: Normally there is always a party of some kind. I don’t intentionally do it but it seems they are always good to bring people togeter.
Drea: I would love to write m/m/f but I struggle with m/f so I don’t see that happening in the near future. As for ones I stay clear of that would be historical. I fear getting the facts wrong so I stay away from any time period I haven’t actually lived in myself.
Drea: I have never written myself into any stories but I have based a couple of characters on friends and things that have happened in their life.
Drea: Umm you know what I have no clue lol. Maybe Ian Sommerhaulder (Plays Damon on Vampire Diaries) as Nic and Amber Heard (Played in Drive Angry with Nicolas Cage) as Aimee.
Drea: Not really just the release of The Real Saint Nic
Drea: I would really like to travel the world. I have three children and not a lot of money so that dream may not come true for awhile but I am working on it lol.
Drea: I am working on several stories at the moment but as of now no contracts for 2012 I need to get my butt in gear so that changes lol.
Drea: You can find all my links on my website http://dreabecraft.com
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