I am INSANE with excitement. My heroine is awesome. Totally. Oh, and the heroes are HOT.
1. Do you use a pen name? If so, why?
My father loved history, and Berengaria of Navarre, the wife of Richard the Lionheart, was a woman ahead of her time in her care for the poor, and the rights of women. With a name like hers, how could I go wrong?
2. What is your favorite novel that you’ve written? Read?
A good Momma never has favorites, but I guess you never forget your first. For me this was “Intensity”, which established a world revisited in “Complexity”, and “Eternity”.
My all-time favorite author is Georgette Heyer.
3. Does the environment affect your writing (where you live, the seasons, the weather, etc.)?
I travel a lot with the day job, but I always have my laptop with me, so it’s really my “writing space”. I prefer summer as a season and like the weather hot.
4. Where is your favorite/most bizarre place to have your characters boink?
My favorite place is on the beach. My characters often seem to get frisky in the sand dunes, in or under rock ledges, or even in the water.
5. Do you base your heroines/heroes on photos of celebrities? If so, who?
Characters just arrive in my head and they tell me things like hair and eye color. One even announced he was a vampire. I nearly spilled my coffee in shock!
6. Bonus question! Anything you’d like to say?
My two dragon shapeshifter ménages have just been released.
Mallory is fascinated by three life-size stone dragon statues. Then one night they come to life and she learns they’re shape-shifters. One of the museum’s directors, Teivel, plans to use the shape-shifting dragons as art thieves by placing them in exhibitions in other museums, and Mallory, Angus, William, and Mark now have to find out which statues are shape-shifters and how they can prevent Teivel from implementing his plan. That makes their days very busy, but the nights are for their own pleasure.
Can they outwit Teivel? What will happen if Mallory loses her job or the statues have to leave their home in the museum? And can a relationship built on a crisis and unbridled lust develop into lasting love and enduring passion?
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Trudy is a locksmith and security expert who Mallory asked to quote to improve the security at The Magic Dragon Museum. When Trudy arrives at the museum, it’s full of naked people, and four of the men say she belongs to them! The dragons need to reclaim their human lives while stopping Teivel’s plan to steal the artworks—if they can get out of bed long enough to concentrate.
Meanwhile Trudy has a job to do and a business to run. Crevan, Daegan, Graegor, and Penllyn are determined to protect her while watching Teivel. The dragon shape-shifters have their hands full with an independent, determined woman and a bad guy planning to cause trouble. Plus Mallory wants to come back to the museum, and her men are set on protecting her from Teivel, too.
Between lust and danger, sparks are flying everywhere.