Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Wednesday Promo- Rebecca Savage

Rebecca's start.
An avid reader can become a prolific writer. Such is the case with me. I started out in my teens reading Louis L’Amour. I have one hundred ninety of his paperbacks and fifteen of his books bound in leather. I read them all, loved them and saved them. I only read one romance during my teens, titled The Daring Deception. Lately I’ve tried to find it so I can buy it, but I haven’t been successful in my attempt to locate it. I only want it for nostalgic purposes, since I had no idea I’d eventually become a romance junkie and writer. In essence, that book was my romantic beginning.
I never read another romance until 2003 when I graduated with a Masters in History and decided to read something for fun. A friend of mine always carried a romance novel in her purse and read constantly. I borrowed a couple of books from her, and the rest is history. I was hooked.

What appeals to you about writing Contemporary Romantic Suspense? Is there any other genre you also like to tackle?

I like Contemporary because I feel like myself and others can relate and get deep into the POV of the people involved since the things I write about could actually happen to them...well, maybe:)
I like the Suspense part because it allows for good storyline and plot to keep the reader hopping while feelings sensual at the same time.
I am working on a fantasy dragon story as we speak....:)

What do you consider your greatest asset for writing?

My greatest asset so far is the fact that I refuse to stop: just keep writing,writing, writing...and the fact that I don't have to do much research because I spent ten years in the air force with a top secret clearance...and I teach history/current I know a lot of useless information...well, now it's not so useless:)

What do you have coming up?
I mentioned the dragon story: contemporary suspense with a fantasy twist:)
And I am finishing the third of a series of six: Guard My Baby was first, Guard My Body is my latest release, and Guard My Life is the third: gotta get that done!

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*What would you like to have known before getting married or if you are not married, what would you like to know?

Blurb for Guard My Body
A hard core CIA covert ops expert like Nash Kincaid takes everything seriously, especially his mission to retrieve classified information from his contact, take it to the right people, and stop the deaths of thousands of children at the hands of home-grown terrorists.
A librarian with a wild side could throw a ringer into his plans, but Ayden Devlin takes most things seriously, too, even when she decides to live out the lives of the characters in the books she reads by helping her sister Leigh, a spy for the CIA. She lets Leigh insert classified information into her mouth where there’s a missing tooth, so she can safely transport the info to Nash.
Nash and Ayden meet in a biker bar, and a hit man tries to kill Ayden. Nash throws his body in the path of a bullet to save her. A bullet grazes Ayden’s head and knocks her out cold. When she comes to, she and her rescuer have to establish trust. They don’t know each other, and the mission has gone awry. It takes time to convince each other of their respective honesty and identity.
It takes no time at all for them to realize they’re hot for each other, and not much more time to realize it’s more than heat. Love blooms, stoked by building passion, the flames rising higher with each new dangerous encounter.
Will they survive to share their love and lives?
Who the hell sends a librarian to do the job of an undercover CIA agent?
Covert Operation Expert Nash Kincaid - at least that's what his latest passport said - sat in a seedy biker bar, sipping on his tap beer, waiting impatiently for a librarian - of all people - to show up and make a Top Secret information drop.
He scowled and scoffed silently into his foamy brew at the very balls of his friend and fellow comrade in arms, the man who'd set up this preposterous rendezvous. How the hell had Ace ever gotten it in his head that some stuffy old bookworm would be suitable for a transfer of classified information? So what if this Ayden person happened to be Ace's partner Leigh's sister? That didn't mean she could pull off something like this.
And who the hell is the amazing-looking chick that just walked in the door?
Nash's eyes widened, and his blood simmered beneath the surface. He let his eyes wander down, and then roam back up, the woman's sexy form. Her slim but amply curved silhouette stood out against the shadows of the barroom. Bright neon lights poured over her sexy outline, illuminating her body in vibrant red and yellow hues, cascading over and around her like waterfalls of color for her to bask in. She wore a skin-tight muscle shirt and a short leather skirt. The shiny, sequined material clung to curvy hips, stopped inches above shapely knees, and topped off endless, toned legs. Her fiery hair hung loose, reaching her narrow waistline, flowing like a billowing sea of red. Nash wanted to grip her waist with one hand, run his other through all that mass of organized tangles, hold on tight, and plow into her beckoning body like a madman.
Okay, so maybe her body didn't beckon him, but he sure as hell wanted it to.


M Pax said...

Interesting series idea. All success to you, Rebecca!


I was married but got a divorce, what I wish I had known was that you really had to work at it.


Lauri said...

Congrats on your successes Rebecca! Great excerpt! And the first line of the blurb had be grinning.

heidi330 said...

I would have liked to have known more about marriages and partnerships. That would have helped me understand what he wanted. Great post..


Rebecca Savage said...

Sometimes I wonder i it wouldn't be great to be able to read, I don't want to know what ll thse crazy people are let's go withtruth syrum...then again, some people would just use that to hurt others too:) hmmm, gues we're stuck with the way it is(