Two of my favorite eBook romance-erotica writers are Cherise Sinclair and Lexi Blake. My favorite historical romance writer is probably Stephanie Laurens. I read a LOT, so the list of my favorite writers would be waaaay too long to include in my bio.
While I obviously love to read romance/erotica that has some adventure / danger to it, I find that when I write I prefer to focus more on the relationships and having them develop the way they would in the real world. Mostly I like to play with the interactions between people because I there's a lot of inherent drama in romance and relationships that I find satisfying to write about. I usually try to stay away from the tropes and cliches, although sometimes I'll tackle them just because I want to do them differently or challenge the way they're usually done.
Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoy the stories... and don't forget, the best thing you can do in return for any author is to leave them feedback! I read EVERY single review I've ever received and I do pay attention to the critical reviews and try to improve upon my writing in the next book (although, of course, I also love hearing the praise and what people love about my books so I can keep up what readers think I'm doing well!).
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