Good Morning All! I have added Fade Away (Book 1) to #freeread. This ebook will be available on Amazon until Monday so grab it while you can. I hope you all enjoy!
WARNING ADULT CONTENT** Age 18+
A kiss to remember…
Lauren Benson was enjoying her senior year in college with her roommates and best friend, Taylor. With tension building for midterms, taking advantage of a night of fun to cheer on the school football team was exactly the distraction she needed. However, that was the last night she’d ever be the same again. Lethal creatures are stalking the campus and Lauren becomes a target. Will she be strong enough to resist, or will she simply fade away…
Happy Monday Everyone! I have added My Night Breeze to #freeread to help with the stir craze currently going on. This is the first book the Breeze Series. This ebook will be available on Amazon until Thursday so grab it while you can. I hope you all enjoy!
You have to like them to root for them! One of the most important things about romance books is making sure that both the hero and heroine are likeable. It’s especially hard when it comes to the hero who has to be flawed but redeemable and extremely “oooh” worthy. The heroine can be angry, feisty, or even a tomboy—but she has to be the kind of girl readers would love to be.
A fateful meeting early in the book introduces the hero and heroine. The earlier the better, so readers know who’s who and how they want things to pan out. Remember, readers want to be the heroine and fall in love with the hero. They have to come to know them in order to put themselves in the position of the characters.
Love overcomes all! A barrier or problem has to keep the hero and heroine from everlasting love to begin with. Maybe that’s another person, a dying parent, a problem, a fear or just pressure. The hero and heroine work best when they are fighting to overcome their problems to be together. A lack of barriers for characters to overcome can leave readers feeling bored.
Release the tension! Romance books really work best when the tension is released slowly—that keeps readers turning pages to find out when things happen. A tension-addicted reader is a very happy reader.
Happy-ever-after! The romance of the two main characters has to come to a happy conclusion. The couple must get together by the end of the book (or series), and they must love each other above all else. This is the law of the romance novel.