1. What does "vanilla" mean to you?
Vanilla friends are friends who don't swing. Kind of the opposite of friends with benefits...
2. Is there any moment from your life that you remember in slow motion?
Yes. We were driving in a snow storm we shouldn't have been out in. Our car got blown off the road (missing the roadside posts) and landed in a gully fifteen feet below. It seemed like we floated in the air forever - and then we had an amazingly soft landing in a deep drift.
3. What's the most unsettling movie you've ever seen?
Actually I avoid them if I can, which is probably related to why I write romance and not horror.
4. If you had to get a tattoo on your face, what would you want it to look like?
It would be a very tiny red rosebud, high on my right cheekbone. But for the present my only tattoo is for more private viewing...
5. How many monkeys jumping on the bed?
Totally no clue - but three or four peeps in a bed sounds like a great menage to me, especially if the women get to start first.
6. Which of the books or stories you've written is your favourite?
The Merry Widow - whose main character inspired me to get a mid-life tattoo (my first). Merry unfolds her wings, explores both sides of her bisexuality and never looks back. Gotta love her!
For recently widowed accountant Merry Delaney, sex didn’t stop at forty—it stopped in her mid thirties, shortly after her husband was diagnosed with M.S. Now it’s time for a change. A sizzling kiss from her best friend Camille St. Jermaine introduces Merry to Girls’ Night Out, but she’s hardly going to stop there. Chicago Detective Jim Barnes solicits Merry’s help with a mob funds-skimming case, spies on her while she entertains female and male lovers, entices her into hot phone sex, and finally takes her wildly in her foyer. Can the scorching passion that soon smolders between Merry and Jim survive the escalating mob threats of exposure?