Introducing Tanay – the irresistible hero of ‘Take One Fake Fiancé’
If the car was any indication, detectives must make a lot of money. Mita couldn’t help but admire the comfortable and tasteful interior, but then Tanay changed a gear, his hand brushing her thigh, and she got distracted by the man – by his sheer physical presence.
He looked quite the demigod – the casual outfit showed off tanned skin, and the tight t-shirt highlighted well-toned muscles. Damp, ebony black hair curled about his ears – locks of it falling over a prominent brow made him look boyish and affable; however, an aquiline nose, the thick arching brows, and a firm, square, bearded jaw all totaled up to dangerous.
A stolen kiss – from ‘Take One Fake Fiancé’ – featured on Preethi Venugopala’s Blog
And snake that he was, Mita’s fake fiancé bent over to smoothly capture shocked lips in a goodbye kiss that fried her brain. Mita, hypnotized by the musky scent
An unusual cover reveal – a #CharacterInterview
As an author you create characters and give them unique traits — both good and bad — and then throw them into all kinds of situations — including some really tough ones. Yeah, basically you’re playing God! I asked my author friend Reet Singh, if she ever wondered what her characters thought about her and …ummm… shall we say, her ‘meddlesome ways’?
Reet chose to answer my question in a very unique way. She decided that the next time the lead characters from her new upcoming book — Take One Fake Fiance — met she would spy on them! But before we get into what emerged from her ‘spying’ activities, here’s a little info about TOFF…along with the first look at the cover!
Originally published as “Scorched by His Fire” by Harlequin India, 2014
Take One Fake Fiancé is a refurbished, revamped, remodelled, updated version of Scorched and will soon be available on Kindle so please watch this space!
January 23, 2016 by Bobbi Dumas
Read-A-Romance Celebrates Diversity!
This month, we’re celebrating diversity & romance with 31 writers who represent a bright rainbow of color, culture, nationality, religion, ethnicity and orientation.
Visit every day in January – you can see the full calendar of authors here – to check in and show your appreciation for a variety of voices who’ll share their thoughts on the 2015 RARM theme, The Joy of Romance. Let’s celebrate love for everyone! xo
Reet Singh chose to post a lovely poem. Enjoy! xo
Thank you for adding beauty and grace to my blog.
I’m intrigued by the lovely cover of your latest book – let’s talk about it – about “Crossing Lines”.
How did the idea come about, to write Millennial romances?
The idea to write Millennial romances came from the fact that I am of the 80s and I grew up in the 90s. So it’s a natural segue into exploring…
D’you know what I love about you?
That’s what I love…
I love that you never listen to a word I say!
Yet you hear what I dare not speak.