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Every Once in a While

by on September 12, 2014

Traditionally I write Interracial romance. It’s what I know. It’s who I am. But my characters come to me the way they come to me. White, black, Asian or hispanic. They show up, fall in love and through trial and error end up with a happily ever after. I say this as a warning because some people might be shocked my October release, Redemption of Blood has white hero and heroine. Why? Because that’s how Jimmy and Trisha came to me. Half the time my characters won’t even give me their full name, let alone what they look like when I start writing. It’s a purity that I don’t question. Do I think I’ll gain or lose readers because of that? Maybe, but fans of The Frozen series will be happy with the characters I’ve created, and that’s all that matters.

 

Redemption of Blood coming October 2014 from Secret Cravings

 

Trisha O’Driscoll started tending bar to give her a free schedule and quick cash. She never thought the young solider that wandered in with a fake ID would want a woman almost twenty-years-older. Although they drew the line at commitment, Trisha can’t help falling for this mysterious stranger and his dark past.

 

James Schmitt took his life to escape his pain. The offer from Gabriel for salvation gave him a chance to take responsibility for his actions, but his inner demons won’t stop tormenting him. Gabriel gave but one order—protect his partner Kiriana at any cost. And he’ll be damned if he lets anyone down ever again.

 

Princess LaDressa, daughter of Lucifer, has come for revenge on the woman who slew her beloved Damarion. Kiriana holds his ashes, and with them, his only chance for resurrection.  One way or another, LaDressa will be united with her love.RedemptionofBlood_MED

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One Comment
  1. I completely understand, Michel. You have to write the characters as they come to you, otherwise you lose authenticity. You can’t force a character to fit a mold. If you do, they’ll stop talking to you! Keep writing what you write. Be true to yourself and to your characters. You can’t go wrong.

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