Sarah has an active imagination and the attention span of a goldfish, so she’s constantly switching genres and coming up with new directions to send us in. Fortunately, she’s a plotter so she keeps us on the straight and narrow.


My name is Riccardo. Zoe has a creative mind giving me a backstory of tragedy and bringing me back from the edge of loneliness and into one where I fell in love with a younger woman in her mafia series, Dirty: A Dark Mafia Romance Series. My book is Dirty Deals and in the course of my past I’ve gone from being a man of the law in Israel to the right-hand man of the Don in Italy.


Ava is a best-selling, award-winning sci-fi romance author… so I guess she can’t really help herself. Honestly, she’d throw the blame back in my face, claiming she just listens to what her characters tell her. She once admitted that Eve and I jumped in the sack way before we were meant to, not that I’m complaining. Yeah, so Ava might be a bit sadistic toward her characters, but she makes the end worth it. I wouldn’t change a thing as long as I get to keep Eve in my arms… the organic one *and* the cyborg one.


Billie Daddario is quite imaginative and has really put me through the wringer as a character in her story. She introduces me to the person I want to grow old with. The person I want to raise my child with, but of course, she can’t let me realize that right off the bat.

Billie writes it so that I do something rash and go drinking with the least stable person in the county. The result is that when I come to my senses and reject her. She doesn’t take it well and she ends up doing horrible things to the woman I love.

Billie is a good person though; she gave me the happiest ending.


  • Have the main character of your last novel introduce you to our readers.

This is Hope. She’s alright, I guess, but she damn does she makes you work for a happily-ever-after. If you’re a fan of nerdy, swoony characters, inappropriate humor and gratuitous sex, she’s your girl.


Two of my main characters were the main characters in Takeover. Most of the other side characters were in previous books, so I already know them. They were easy to write, but I did introduce the hero’s family in this book, and it’s always fun drafting new people. I think that’s my favorite part of writing, creating characters and giving them a backstory.


“Hi everyone. My name’s Alice and I’m so excited to see you here today. I’m going to introduce you to our main speaker today, but first, let me tell you something about her. Ms. Alber, or Kay as I call her, well—we’ve known each other for a long time. She’s been in my head a few times and I know at night I’m sure in hers. She writes Romantic Suspense, which means she’ll be loading guns, driving fast cars, and maybe even have a someone stolen in this book of hers. Anyway—she’s really laid back and a great listener. So here she is—Miss Kay herself, ready to meet y’all in person. Ta-da.


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MEET THE AUTHOR  Shelley Munro

  • Have the main character of your last novel introduce you to our readers.

Hi, and thanks for interviewing Shelley. My name is Isabella Mitchell, former assassin, now Leo’s wife and Kian’s mother. I first met Shelley in My Peeping Tom, part of the Middlemarch Shifters series, and she wrote about my meeting Leo in My Assassin. More recently, Shelley decided Leo and I had another story in My Precious Gift. That’s how we ended up with an adopted son. Shelley lives in New Zealand and writes paranormal and contemporary romances full of steam, adventure, and humor. She also likes to include an odd body or two. The bodies were present in our two stories!


Hi, I’m Sam Quinn and this is my friend Seana Kelly. She’s all right. Kinda quiet. She often comes into my bookstore bar The Slaughtered Lamb, sits by the window wall overlooking the San Francisco Bay, and types on her laptop. Owen, my good friend and wicche extraordinaire, tells me they often get into discussions about books. She was an English teacher and now she’s a teacher-librarian in a high school. What else can I tell you? She’s tall, absurdly so, and mostly keeps to herself, reading and writing. Her husband once came to pick her up—after a few too many lemon drops—and he’s outrageously tall, offensively so. Nice guy. Her daughters are cool. I hear her books are good, but I haven’t gotten to them yet.”


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