Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Dangerously Attraction

10 Award-winning, bestselling authors – 10 Hot Heroes – 10 Romantic Suspense Page Turners

With nine full-size novels from bestselling romantic suspense authors and a brand new Christmas novella from New York Times bestselling author, Rebecca York, this boxed set can’t be missed. Sexy, steamy heroes to heat you up and twisting plots to keep you turning page after page well past midnight!Grab it at the introductory price of 99 cents. That’s 10 books for less than a buck!

From sweet to scorcher, these stories are a must read. Fall in love with our sexy cops, tough military heroes, and hot CEOs. Treat yourself to an amazing reading experience by top authors of romantic suspense collected in one boxed set at a price that can’t be beat.

Ignited by award-winning and national bestselling author, Kaylea Cross – Can sexy ex-SEAL Hunter Phillips keep Khalia safe from the terrorists who took her father’s life? (Scorcher)

Secret Guardian by international bestselling author, Jill Sanders – Will ex-special forces hero, Ethan, save Ann in time, only to lose himself to love? (Scorcher)

Deathscape by Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence recipient and Rita Award finalist, Dana Marton – Detective Jack Sullivan will do anything to put Ashley in prison for her crimes…even if he’s falling in love with her. (Sensual)

Legal Ease by award winning and national bestselling author Lori Ryan – Marrying Kelly solved the problems this steamy CEO faced at his company, but will he ever be able to forgive himself for the price she has to pay? (Scorcher)

The Killing Game by international bestselling author, Toni Anderson –Forced to choose between his country and his heart, British SAS Soldier, Ty Dempsey risks it all to save a wildlife biologist caught in the crosshairs of a ruthless killer. (Sensual)

Fallen SEAL Legacy by national bestselling author, Sharon Hamilton – Will Navy SEAL Cooper be able to survive the loss of the woman he loves, or will his self-sacrifice be enough to keep Libby safe? (Scorcher)

Three Days in Seattle by national bestselling author, Debra Burroughs – Trying to stay a step ahead of a lunatic set on revenge, Kate and Ryan are locked in a desperate race to find her missing sister and capture the madman before both women wind up dead. (Sweet)

See Me in Your Dreams by Patricia Rosemoor, Golden Heart Winner and two-time recipient of the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award – Her dreams allow her to see through his missing daughter's eyes, but he thinks she’s a con woman...until she dreams of something known only to him and the girl. (Sensual)

Catching the Bad Guy by national bestselling author, Marie Astor – Top-notch white collar crime investigators Janet Maple and Dennis Walker team up to solve what could be the biggest case of their careers, but will their attraction to each other get in the way? (Sensual)

Bonus Christmas Novella, Christmas Captive by Romantic Times Career Achievement Award Winner and Rita Finalist, Rebecca York – Her special sight let her glimpse the Christmases past of this international financier, but did he have a Christmas future?


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An Interview with the Authors of the Dangerous Attraction Boxed Set

How much research do you do for your books?

Kaylea Cross: For Ignited, the idea for the plot came to me from a current event. When I heard about teenage girls’ education activist Malala Yousafzai being shot in the head by the Taliban for her outspoken views, I knew I had to write a story that touched on the issue.
Debra Burroughs: Research depends on the story. I have a police detective friend I run things by, I ask a doctor friend about medical issues, etc. Most of my stories have been in locales I’m familiar with, but my next book is set in a town based on Bar Harbor, Maine, so I recently took a trip there to scope out the town and the area, talked to the Harbor Master, a boat captain, and the owner of a beautiful trawler that had just docked, as well as the local police and innkeepers.

Who is your favorite character from one of your books and why?

Rebecca York: In my recent Sourcebooks romantic suspense, BAD NIGHTS, the hero has to sneak into a hostile militia camp to rescue the heroine.  I got the idea of his coming in using a glider plane because I’d flown in one and knew it would make the perfect stealth vehicle since it’s small and silent.  I often use places I’ve been in my books.  CHRISTIMAS CAPTIVE, my novella in the Deadly Attraction collection, is set in Mendocino, California.  I’d traveled there and knew it would be the perfect place to set a spooky old house along the ocean.

Lori Ryan: It’s hard for me to choose just one. I tend to fall in love with all of them as I’m writing. If I had to choose, I think it would be Chad from book three of the Sutton Capital Series, Negotiation Tactics. He just stole my heart from the beginning. I think he had the same effect on readers. I get a lot of emails about him!

Sharon Hamilton: It changes. I get the most fan mail with the character, Calvin Cooper, in this book, though, and I have to say I fell in love with the 6’4” Nebraska farmboy who lives in a motorhome by the beach to save money on rent, and rides a scooter. He’s frugal and loves gadgets. He can fix anything, and as a medic for SEAL Team 3, he does!

Toni Anderson: It’s hard to choose a favorite, like trying to pick your favorite kid. I have a particular soft spot for the hero of my last book, DARK WATERS. Brent Carver spent 20 years in jail for killing his father. I love his dark tortured soul :). I really do love the hero of THE KILLING GAME too. Tyrone Dempsey has a great sense of humor.

How long does it take you to write a book:

Jill Sanders: If I'm undisturbed, I can write a 50k+ word book in around 9 days. Yes, that's fast. If I wasn't slowed down by my fingers and computer, I'm sure I could shave a few hours off. I do go over it several times, tweaking the story after. I also slow down during basketball season when my boys are playing and I'm at their games.

Patricia Rosemoor: It depends on how much of the plot I have worked out. The more details/scenes/plot points I know when I start, the faster I write. But truthfully, it takes me 10 weeks for shorter books, at least 12 for longer. I probably revise every scene a dozen times before I'm done.

Can you tell us where you write and what your habits are? Do you use a PC or mac? Do you like google docs or word? Do you edit in hard copy or only on the computer?

Dana Marton: I write on a PC. I bought a Mac laptop this summer, but so far all I could figure out is how to turn it on. I need to hire a teenager to give me some pointers. I edit the entire manuscript twice on the computer, then twice in printout before it goes to friends for input. I rewrite it one more time, then to the editor, then I rewrite it again. 

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for hosting us on your blog today and good luck to all of your readers in the contest!