Please welcome my guest today, Marie Tuhart
She’s eager to tell us about her new release Quick Silver Ranch: Saddle Up
is Available: 6/24/11 from The Wild Rose Press
Hopefully, visitors have already read your bio, so I’m not going to ask you to tell us about yourself. Instead, what do you find the most difficult about being a writer?Conveying emotion to the reader, that has always been my biggest challenge.
What is your hero’s biggest challenge?
Knowing he’s losing his heart to the heroine and afraid of her rejection
What is your heroine’s biggest flaw?
Her inability to believe in herself as a woman.
What prompted you to write this story?
My editor asking me to, I’d written Quick Silver Ranch: Roped & Ready first, and my editor asked me to give the secondary characters their own book.
What is your least favorite genre?
Hard one, I’m not much one for Horror.
Would you ever consider writing it?
Who has helped you the most?
My critique group and my editor, I’ve learned so much from my editor over the last year.
Do you have a favorite theme? Eg: love conquers all; good vs evil; How do you
Usually my theme is love conquers all, but I use it so it ties into the emotional conflict the hero and heroine have.
What have you learned about yourself from your writing?
That while writing is hard work, I enjoy it.
Why will your reader think your book is different?
Because it is a fantasy, we all want to find a man who is willing to take us to our limits and then push us a bit.
Angie drank in the feeling of his body against hers. His hardness to her softness,
and part of her wanted to melt in a puddle at his feet, another part wanted to
be bold and daring.
“Becca mentioned that you’re closing down theranch for a while.” Maybe a little flirting would work.
“Two weeks. There needs to be some renovations done, and the staff needs some downtime. It was a good time to do it with Tyler gone.”
“How much can be done in two weeks?” She thought back to when they were renovating the offices she now worked in, it seemed like it took months and with every little problem the workmen came to her.
“A lot, if you know how to motivate people.”
“Really?” Angie tilted her head up and fluttered her eyelashes. “And how would you do that?”
The corners of Jared’s lips tilted up. “Lots of money.”
Okay, subtle flirting wasn’t working with him. Her fingers trailed over his broad shoulder, to his neck, where she stroked his dark brown hair. His hand tightened on her lower back, bringing their hips together. And Angie swore she could feel his hard erection. Good, he wasn’t immune to her.
She let her fingers skim from his neck, down over his shoulder blade, down his spine, over his well-defined ass, until she could rest her palm over his butt cheek. Then she squeezed it.
“Behave.” His breath brushed her ear and he swatted her ass.
“You hit me.” She couldn’t believe it; he actually smacked her on the ass. Not that it hurt, but heat flowed through her body making her nipples grow harder. She’d never realized a little swat could make her so hot.
“I’ll do worse if you don’t behave yourself, Angie.”
“Promise?” The word was out of her mouth before she even realized it. The music ended, Jared escorted her back to the table and pulled out her chair.
His palms cupped her cheeks, tilting her face up to his. “We’ll talk later.” He dropped a hard brief kiss on her lips before striding away.
Angie’s heart skipped several beats while she observed Jared cross the room. She put her fingers to her lips and sank down onto the chair with her core pulsing with need and her panties wet. If he met her later, they wouldn’t be talking if she had anything to say about it.
Marie’s Website: www.mairetuhart.com
You can find Marie on Facebook and twitter under: Marie Tuhart – avatar tiger
If you want to buy the book or just want more information visit:http://www.wilderroses.com/index.php main_page=product_info&cPath=87&products_id=831
Marie’s Blog: www.escapetoaneroticfantasy.blogspot.com
Group blog: http://www.wildandwickedcowboys.wordpress.com
One thought on “Quick Silver Ranch: Saddle Up by Marie Truhart”
I enjoyed the interview, thanks for sharing your answers, Marie. 🙂
I love Jared’s conflict. If I had to pick that’s one of my favorite hero conflicts, when he believes he needs to keep himself from falling for the heroine. Sexy and romantic! *sigh*