As much as I love to write romance, I love to read it. I love all the genres, love young adult and new adult, as well as adult, and seriously wish my super power could be to survive on no sleep so I would have plenty of time to read on top of all my other daily activities. (Insert thanks to my family here because when I’m reading a good book, I tend to tune everything else out, and well, that usually means cereal for dinner. Again.)
*Copious amounts of sexual tension. All the stolen glances, the touches, the flirting, the wondering, the day and night dreams, the conflicts, the almost-kiss, the pounding of hearts, all make me want to keep turning/sliding the pages faster than I can read sometimes.
*An irresistible hero. Oh, there are so many facets to making a guy irresistible. Of course hotness is one factor. But there’s got to be more. Much more. Intelligence is a big turn on. Humor. A possessive streak that makes him act like an SOB and willing to do anything for the heroine. Mistakes. There is no such thing as a perfect person. Flaws = Attraction on a whole other level.
*A dash of magic. Depending on the genre I’m reading it could have to do with the supernatural or it could simply be what makes the characters leap off the page. I love when it’s subtle, when it’s just that little something captivating that makes it so I can’t get the story and characters out of my head.
I hope I succeeded in some, if not all, of these ingredients for my newest release, . And now it’s your turn. I’d love to know what keeps you turning the pages. Leave me a comment and you’ll be entered to win a digital copy of my debut release, .
When Robin’s not reading or writing her next story, she loves to bake, run, hike, and dream of all the travel adventures she hopes to have. She is addicted to cafe mochas, and if every day were Cupcake Day, she’d be a happy camper.
She writes contemporary romance for Entangled Publishing.
Lyric Whetsone only had eyes for Quinn Sobel’s brother Oliver, until a car crash took Oliver’s life on New Year’s Eve. Then, a moment of shared grief between Quinn and Lyric became something more impassioned, something that frightened Quinn so much he ran from Lyric’s bed and her life, disappearing for four long years.
Now Quinn’s back for another New Year’s Eve, struggling for closure, desperate to leave his grief in the past and make amends with the girl of his dreams.
But Lyric has a secret–one that could drive Quinn from her life forever. Will Quinn run away from the love and acceptance he’s always wanted…or will he claim his New Year’s kiss and make her his at midnight?
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