Meet the Author:
I love Princess Bride, Young and the Restless, Days of our Lives – the drama is deliciously addictive. Big Bang Theory but will take Wolowitz over Cooper. Star Trek not Star Wars. Undercover Boss, Secret Millionaire – any story that shows the little guy making it. I follow the Buffalo Bills like a religion. I am spellbound by showjumping and equestrian eventing. I love curling up and reading all books – no genre is off-topic. I like ironing, I hate peas, love donkeys, I play a killer game of Scrabble. I will often be heading towards the fridge for another Diet Coke. I eat nothing with legs and believe wine goes with everything, oh and I’m an expert at finding new and inventive ways to avoid exercise. I live in the sparkly beachside suburb of Redondo Beach in California with my infuriating shoe-dropping husband and my two boys who speak in mystifying grunts.
About the Book:
To save her family’s business, fledging CEO Daisy Cater must win the bid on a resort on St. Maarten. There’s a small catch, though. The seller insists all bidders visit the island and experience the singles retreat firsthand. This wouldn’t be so bad…if only rule-maker Daisy weren’t paired with her bitter rival, the hot and broody Alexander Gillard. Keeping her enemy close just became a whole lot harder
Alexander “Zan” Gillard didn't expect to be partnered with gorgeous Daisy at the idyllic singles retreat. A challenge that has them cuffed together ignites an explosive chemistry, and soon Zan wants more than four days with this bewitching woman who is nothing like he expected her to be.
But their families are at odds and reality awaits them at home, along with a betrayal that threatens to blow their newfound trust apart...
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1.) What inspired you to write this story?
I love an enemy to lovers story, and Zan and Daisy have a family feud that rivals the Hatfields and McCoys. Both try so hard to fight the sexual attraction, but when they are both vying for a resort in St. Maartin, all bets are off, but the cuffs stay on.
I wanted to write a series with a family feud because you've got built-in drama, a push-pull relationship. The sacrifices they both had to make to get their happy ever after tore at my heart. I love it when one of my books makes me cry.
2.) We're do you like to write when you write your stories?
I have holed out space in our house. Nothing flash. My desk, computer, a cool plant, a candle going and a lonely planet book about where I'm writing, oh and a fan because in summer here in Southern California it is so hot.
3.) Which is better to write: shorthanded, Long handed, Computer or typewriter?
From the one functioning cell in my brain to my fingertips on the computer. I still do on occasion write longhand then spend hours trying to read my appalling handwriting but find I can add something I haven't thought of before.
4.) Do you have any upcoming new projects if so can you tell us about it?I have a story set in Scotland coming out which I loved writing. Set in a small Scottish town it has a feisty American, a laidback Scot, and Delilah a shotgun riding goat. I love writing small towns, and I lived in London for two years and spent hours driving around to little towns. After that, a hot Italian, then hopefully Bound to the Bounty Hunter Two and more of Daisy and Zan's families story. Lordy, I just slipped off the chair in exhaustion. All good, I am living my dream, except for the mega Powerball win.
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