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Trust with Hearts is longer than some of my more recent releases, but the story gives Sherrie and Curtis time to get to know each other and develop their relationship one step at a time. I’m happy to say that Trust with Hearts has received several great reviews.
Although Trust with Hearts is my tenth romance, it’s only my second contemporary romance. (The other one is The Sexy Stranger.) I write in several romance genres including historical, fantasy, and paranormal.
My romances with Amber Quill Press not only run the gamut of different genre categories, they also have different heat levels from 1 to 3. For example, A Most Unusual Princess is a heat level of 1, (relatively mild), and A Midsummer Night’s Delights is a scorching hot level 3. Trust with Hearts is in the middle, and has a heat level of 2.
Q: Was there a particular reason you chose the setting in West Virginia? I know the countryside is lovely there.
Curtis is a country boy, so the two characters had the “city vs. country” mentalities to play off of. There’s also another reason the story is set in the south, but I don’t want to give it away in case some readers haven’t finished the book yet!
Q: After you've written your book and it's been published, do you ever pull it from the shelf and read it over again?