Aside from her long-standing love affair with coffee, Heather Gray’s greatest joys in life are her relationship with her Savior, her family, and writing. Years ago, she decided it would be better to laugh than yell. Heather carries that theme over into her writing where she strives to create characters that experience both the highs and lows of life and, through it all, find a way to love God, embrace each day, and laugh out loud right along with her.
When I was asked to interview Cory Evans, the hero of A Holiday Christmas, I was really excited because I had a feeling there was more to him than what he revealed to me when I was writing his story. And boy was I right.
HL: Thanks for talking to me today, I appreciate you taking the time from your busy schedule.
CE: It’s no problem Heather.
They say that opposites attract but Val and Chaz are equals when it comes to the bedroom. Neither are strangers to one-night stands, and partying hard. But all that’s in the past, and now they’re ready for something more steady, and fulfilling.
They come together out of necessity, and soon give in to temptation, unable to ignore the attraction between them.
Lured by the promise of a family mystery, art historian Evangeline “Evie” Ryder agrees to attend her cousin’s house party in a rambling Pennsylvania mansion once owned by her great, great Aunt Eva, for whom she was named. Aunt Eva lived in the old house with two handsome men for decades, but no one really knew the nature of her relationships with them. Armed with a couple of photographs Evie sets out to uncover the truth.
TJ: Hi everyone! I’m author, TJ Michaels, and I’d like to wish all the wonderful readers at Romancing the Book a happy upcoming Authors After Dark par-tay! Thanks so much for having me…er, us.
So I’d like to present Jovon Dawson-Li and her mates, Reis Hatsept-Krulm and Slade Tof-Li. Jovon is a former Marine and fighter pilot who was recently called into the Seeker corps for a special mission. Reis is an Ambassador to the Vampire Council of Ethics, and Slade is a Seeker.
I am currently celebrating the release of my third book in the Redcliffe series, Love Redeems (A Redcliffe Novel), and as a special treat, today I will share a short interview with the heroine of the stories, Jessica Stone. Thank you to the good people at Romancing the Book for allowing us space to share our conversation. But first, here’s the blurb from the book…
Life has changed forever in Redcliffe, Cornwall. Jessica Stone used to be a normal, happy human.
I’d first like to express my thanks at being here and having the opportunity to introduce you to my work. My name is Marie Rose Dufour. I’m one of the Featured Authors at AAD in Savannah this year. I am super excited because it’s my first time going and being a featured author. You can find me hanging with the other authors from Secret Cravings Publishing, which is my extremely awesome publisher. We’ll be having some great events and prizes for the readers.
During the day, Isabelle Drake is a writing professor. I love teaching because its challenging and I love my students. They’re always interesting and fun. I learn more from them than they do from me. I’ve been writing erotic romance for about six years. I love that, too. It’s also challenging, but I get to use my creative side. Also, I don’t always know how the stories are going to end so I get to find out by writing them.
Thank you for inviting me to visit Romancing the Book. It’s been a busy six months with my AOE Award nominated ghost story, GATHER THE BONES, coming out in September last year and SECRETS IN TIME in April. As to what is next… all I can say is I have some irons in the fire and there are plans to have something new out by the end of the year.
Today we welcome Kerri Williams as she celebrates her Moore Justice series. Sit back and enjoy this character interview with Claire and Talon from the series.
Kerri: You both have been through so much. What our readers want to know about is, what do you love most about each other that keeps you fighting for love?