Someone to Watch Over Me is here!
The readers have spoken. Many of you have shared with me how thrilling this novella was for you. Thanks again for the outpouring of support. The character “Brick” was not my typical handsome hero. Though I write bad boys often, most are the cookie cutter alpha male Sienna Mynx formula that portrays them as both beautiful and fearsome. Brick was not the leader of the pack. He was a man seeking redemption. A man who spent most of his life in the system and now tried to work within it. Brick was not handsome by the conventional standards. But he had a sex appeal that could not be missed. And from the first page to the last you felt his desire and obsession with KaeCee. Did you believe it? Is there a such thing as instant attraction. And can the thrill of danger be the most satisfying aphrodisiac?
Sex was the least of it. Like my mafia series the chase and triumph is what endears my bad boys to readers. Yes, this is fiction and I have been known to exaggerate. However, there was something that felt authentic when I wrote the story of Brick and KaeCee, both physical and emotional connections. What do you think ultimately makes them a destiny couple? For me I truly believe two people wounded and scarred by life can (if properly motivated) be healers for one another. They came from different worlds. But their pain was the same. And knowing all they had to overcome to find happiness with each other I believe in their happily ever after.
But what about KaeCee?
She was by far a different heroine. She was not the typical princess who needed rescue. In fact when I wrote KaeCee and envisioned her hard core lifestyle in the MC I didn’t know if I could make the love story with Brick plausible. I think in the end of the story you learn of her growth and you can truly see how the changes in her life matured and humbled her. KaeCee is the kind of character I love. And as I sit here and write for Mirabella and Marietta I derive some of that inner strength and confidence. I do believe going forward the female characters in my books need a bit more depth with their femininity. And I think if we authors try hard we can achieve it.
I want to thank everyone for reading and supporting my latest release. Feel free to share your thoughts on the book! I’d love to hear from you.