Interview with Chantal Fernando, author of Crossroads

Love Motorcycle Club (MC) romances? Here’s Chantal Fernando to talk about her latest, CROSSROADS. This book is part of the Wind Dragons MC series, which TRR reviewer Delta said is “so excellent” and that in Crossroads, “Ranger and Jo had an insanely wicked connection”. Read full review here.

Q: Where did you get the inspiration for this story?

The idea for this story came to me early on in the series when Ranger was first introduced. I liked the idea of him being with a cop, someone who is essentially his enemy.

Q: Crossroads is a story in the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club series. What connects all the books together?

What connects the books together is the relationship between characters, friendships and the different situations that bring them together.

Q: Please share a fun fact or behind the scenes experience when you were researching/writing this book.

I changed Jo’s name about three or four times.

To read the full interview, click here.

 

Interview with Natalie Charles, author of Seeking Mr. Wrong

Let’s welcome Natalie to The Romance Reviews! She’s here to talk about her latest, SEEKING MR. WRONG.

Q: Where did you get the inspiration for this story?

I was plotting my next book and I had settled on writing about a kindergarten teacher who is somehow forced to write erotica. My five-year-old daughter inspired the best parts of Lettie’s niece, Portia. My daughter is feisty and strong-willed, and she comes out with some real zingers at times. Portia and her shenanigans drove a lot of the humor in the first chapter and set the tone for the novel as a whole.

Q: Because her original publisher was bought up by another company, Lettie had to switch from writing children’s books to writing erotic romances. How did she feel about that? Is that a commentary on the state of the current publishing industry?

“Disoriented” is a good way to describe Lettie’s response to her publisher being sold. She’d invested so much creative energy in her children’s books, and then poof! She’s lost her rights to her own characters and she’s now writing erotica. That’s interesting that you ask whether this is a commentary on the current state of publishing…

To read the full interview, click here.