Question & Answer
- What was the simplest, romantic gesture you’ve ever received?
I was at work, talking on the phone to my significant other, telling them I had a headache. Suddenly, while we were still talking, there was a knock on my office door. He’d texted someone who worked at my job and had them deliver Tylenol and a bottle of water. It was super sweet.
- What was the hardest scene you’ve ever written?
A fight scene, in my book Trois. It was my first time writing a scene like that and it required a ton of research, to make it realistic and impactul.
- Who’s your favorite character? Why?
I love ALL of my alphas, but my favorite is my character Remi, Torn. He’s a wolf shifter and he’s super intense, but when it comes to his mate he’s a puppy in her hands.
- Tease me with the sexiest quote from one of your books.
It’s more of a paragraph…
“Why are you running from me?” I growled at her, unable to distinguish my anger and sadness from my blistering love and desire.
“What the hell are you doing here?” she spat back.
I ripped off her panties. They were soaked through. I pressed them against my nose and drew in her delicious, sensual scent before pitching them to the floor.
“Why are you acting as if you do not want me?”
“Because I don’t,” she shot back, but her voice was throaty and eager.
“And now you are lying.” I pinned her hands above her head before pulling my throbbing cock out of my pants. “Tell me that you want me,” I insisted.
With my knee, I spread her legs open. I could feel her sultry heat, and it was taking everything in me not to slam myself into her. I pressed the mushroomed head of my cock against the entrance to her wet tunnel.
“Remi…” she breathed.
“Tell me that you want me!” I pressed my face against her neck, drawing her in. The mark was still there. The spot where I had claimed her for my own. I let my tongue slide over her neck and she shuddered. My chest hitched.
As if coming to her senses, she jerked away from me. “I don’t want you,” she spat. “I want this!”
- If you could, how would you help the Indie Writers Community?
I have learned so much in my 1.5 years of self-publishing. I’m a teacher by trade, so if I could help other indie’s it would be to assist them in creating a product that could rival any traditionally published work, both in content and in presentation.
- Why did you choose your genre?
My genre chose me. I’ve been writing since I was a teenager (I even have some of my original manuscripts) and it has always been about love and relationship dynamics. I guess I was destined to be a romance author.
- What was the first romance novel you read?
Hmm… I honestly don’t know. I remember reading something when I was younger, and I remember being completely moved by it, but I don’t remember its title or the author.
- Name one song that always makes your writing playlist.
Cherish the Day by Sade carried me through an entire novel and every time I play it now, it sparks my creativity.
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All About Brooklyn
‘Brooklyn Knight’ is a romance enthusiast who lives in the island of Bermuda and has been writing stories since she was a little girl. Over the years, her gift for designing and bringing characters to life has evolved, and she enjoys creating vivid, memorable characters and unforgettable situations. Her characters are thought-provoking and evocative; and they will draw emotion out of you like water from a well.
Just a Few of Her Books
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