The Seduction of Kinley Foster by Lisa Wells
Release date: 5/9/16
About the book:
Librarian Kinley Foster wants to write erotic romance—the steamy, sexy, curl-your-toes kind of stuff. The problem? She desperately needs a little erotic inspiration. And at a romance convention in Vegas, she finds it…or rather him. The sizzlingly sexy guy who refused Kinley—and her virginity—when she was sixteen.
Now it’s time for a little payback.
Literary agent Ian Thompson is a professional. Mentoring an aspiring author is one thing. Giving her a thorough and thoroughly satisfying sexy education is quite another. Especially when she’s as stunning and deliciously curvaceous as Kinley. Yet Ian can’t help himself when Kinley makes him a wager he can’t resist. A wager that will tempt Ian to cross every professional—and every sensual—boundary in the book…
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Why Do I Write?
I don’t write for the money. Not that I don’t want money. I do. I mean – who doesn’t. But it’s not a get rich quick kind of job.
And I don’t write for the fame. As a middle school counselor and an author of sexy romances, I have to use a pseudonym. Ninety percent of the people I work with have no idea I’m a writer. It’s best that way.
I don’t write because I’m bored. I have a very active life and not nearly enough time to get it all accomplished. Never again will I commit to training to run a ½ marathon, while also committing to writing three books, all while working a full time job. STRESS!
So why do I write? Because I love to tell stories. I love making things up. I love seeing where my brain can take things. Brains are crazy fun when you let them percolate ideas for you.
My passion for creative writing began in fourth grade. My beautiful, wonderful, awesome teacher would give us the first line of a story and then we got to finish the tale. GOT being the operative word. In my opinion, writing a story is as much fun as opening a gift. And if you know me at all – I’m all about those gifts.
Once a week, we did this writing lesson. I loved doing this so much. LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. I can still remember how excited I would get for the weekly assignment to be given. To find out what the first sentence was going to be and then writing a story that would make my teacher smile, my parents smile, but mostly me smile.
I write stories because a teacher gave me an assignment to write one, and then nurtured my enthusiasm for doing so.
I write because I love telling stories. The fact people like to read them is a bonus. A bonus I’m thankful for. But still not a necessity in getting me to write. There are just some things we do because to not do them would hurt.
If I didn’t write, my heart would hurt. That’s why I write.
About the author:
Lisa Wells always knew there would come a time in her life when she’d pursue her dream career as a romance author. This is that time. Before this moment, she’s enjoyed a rollercoaster journey called – The Middle School Counselor – Dramas, Dreams, and Destinies. After many years of working with teenage girls, she knows when one comes in baffled because another girl hates her, the first question to ask is – “Did you steal her boyfriend?” Nine times out of ten the answer is some form of, “Yes but….” While Lisa enjoys working with adolescents, she writes for adults. Her books contain: Sex, Scowls & Sass.
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Author Website: http://www.lisawellsauthor.com/
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