Every romance needs a villain to keep things interesting

Saints and Sinnas CoverYou always need a villain to keep a good book interesting. Villains can be anyone, male, female, pretty or ugly, rich or poor. But for me it’s always more interesting when they don’t look like they should be bad, yet they’re pretty much horrible. Continue reading “Every romance needs a villain to keep things interesting”

Stop distracting me. I can’t live on love. Or can I?

Saints and Sinnas CoverMen are  the best and the  worst kind of distraction. You know you need to work, but there they are with their big eyes and big hands and big…appetites. It’s hard to resist when you really don’t want to anyway. Who needs a job, right? I bet a woman could live on love, if it was good, and let’s face it, Tan love would be…or so Sinna believes. Continue reading “Stop distracting me. I can’t live on love. Or can I?”

Behind every hero and heroine there is a cast of colorful characters propelling the story and making us laugh

Saints and Sinnas CoverFor me, the best romance novels aren’t just about sex…Did I just write that? LOL. But yeah. Erotic romance lover I certainly am, but without a good story, it gets boring quick. So, I don’t skimp on the storyline. I want hero and heroine to have a frickin’ life outside of the bedroom. That life is often well populated by ta da, the side characters. Continue reading “Behind every hero and heroine there is a cast of colorful characters propelling the story and making us laugh”

There’s something sexy about a man with a plan – and little to no concern for your age

Saints and Sinnas CoverThere’s nothing more annoying than a man who has no opinions. Or, one who doesn’t plan. To me that indicates a lack of care or concern. Neither of which is attractive in fiction – or in real life. My heroes? Alphas, baby. Even when the culture wants them to be sweet. *winks*  Continue reading “There’s something sexy about a man with a plan – and little to no concern for your age”

There’s a careful/not creepy difference between no means f no, and maybe you could convince me

Saints and Sinnas CoverI can’t say I’m a big fan of men who persist in the face of a woman’s refusal. Too many can’t read between the lines and understand when no is not, I have some valid concerns about this relationship, and hell no. You need to move the f on, buddy. Note, I’m not talking about sex here.  Continue reading “There’s a careful/not creepy difference between no means f no, and maybe you could convince me”