Release date: 12/30/13
Author: Dawn Robertson
Blurb: One Thing Emily Taylor has always longed for is a happily ever after. After a series of losses, betrayals, and a few crap-tastic dating experiences, she has settled into a simple life which includes little more than her cat, work, and a foul-mouthed best friend. Then, she meets Avery....
Avery Martin is a simple man, a country boy at heart who is working at his dream job as a fireman. When he responds to a nasty car accident, he is immediately taken with the petite blonde he finds pinned in the wreckage. Crossing professional lines, he strikes up a friendship with her.
But can they settle for friendship when their forever is staring them in the face?
Or will an ex with a vendetta drive them apart?
How long have you been an author? Almost a full year now.
What is your favourite genre? I would probably say Romance. It really is all I read or write.
If someone hasn't read any of your work, what book would you recommend they start with and why? Oh gosh. It depends on what they like. If they like sweet romance stories then Crashed is the way to go. If they love some Erotica, Hers would be what I would recommend.
What is the biggest surprise you’ve discovered about the writing process? Nothing is ever in stone. Ever. Seriously I think I have a book plotted in my head, and 40,000 words in the characters throw me a curveball and shit hits the fan. It is always up in the air.
Can you tell us about one of your current works in progress? Oh gosh, I have so many! I am working on the 5th book in the Hers series titled His. Then I am also co-writing a dark erotica novel titled The Good Girl with newcomer Lily White. Then I am re-publishing the first book I ever wrote with Beau Coup, Take Me Out.
Name one thing readers would be surprised to know about you. I sleep with a teddy bear at night. Seriously. I do.
Name your top three writing goals? One of them is to really make a genuine career out of it. I love what I do and want to continue on the path I am on. Another is to really make one of the big lists. New York Times, or USA Today best sellers. Isn’t that what we all want? Another is to write a book my mom can actually read. Ha!
Fun Questions -
If you had a warning label, what would it say? CAUTION: Dawn Robertson has absolutely NO FILTER.
If you had the chance to meet one of your characters privately, who would it be and what would you do? Oh man, probably Seven James, the heroine from Hers. She is just so… bad ass!
What is the naughtiest thing you’ve ever done? I am going to have to plead the 5th on this one!
Finally, can you give us your contact links?
“What do we need all these blankets for?” Emily questioned while Avery piled them into the back seat of his truck. It was dusk and the sun was slowly starting to set behind the rows of trees which wrapped around the house. The night air was perfect, much cooler than the blazing day had been. It was comfortable, a southern, summer night.