How to write a SUPER romance…
As the mother of two boys, superheroes have always been a big deal in our home. So what better way to show you how to write a romance in ten ridiculously easy steps. Emphasis on ridiculous, of course. But I hope these fun tips will put a smile on your face. Enjoy!
- Introduce the kick-butt heroine and handsome hero.
- Make sure they notice one another.
- Show their mutual attraction.
- But don’t let them get too close…yet.
- Have them fall in love first. It’ll build anticipation.
- Then allow the hero to do something that makes him look like a real jerk.
- Afterward, the heroine leaves him to go back to her single life.
- That’s when the hero finally realizes his stupid mistake.
- To win the heroine back, the hero will have to do something epic and romantic.
- She forgives him and they live happily ever after.
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It’s rule breaker Emily Foster’s birthday, and like everyone at The Jungle Room, she just wants to get some action. Unfortunately, she stumbles on the wrong kind, witnessing a mob hit. To protect her, she’s entered into the Witness Protection Program with by-the-book Special Agent Jake Ward as her chaperone.
When the location of their safe house is compromised, Jake stashes Emily deep in the Texas backwoods. The city-girl might be safe from the Mafia, but she has to contend with a psychotic rooster, a narcoleptic dog, crazy cowboys, and the danger of losing her heart to the one man she can’t have.
Jake’s as hot as he is infuriating, and she can’t help but push all his buttons to loosen him up. Their mutual, sizzling sexual attraction poses a dilemma: Jake’s determined to keep her safe and out of the wrong hands; she’s determined to get into the right ones—his.
Alison Bliss is a bestselling, award-winning author of humorous, contemporary romances. A born and raised Texan, she currently resides in the Midwest with her husband, two kids, and their dogs. As the youngest of five girls, she has never turned down a challenge or been called by the right name. Alison believes the best way to find out if someone is your soul mate is by canoeing with them because if you both make it back alive, it’s obviously meant to be. She writes the type of books she loves to read most: fun, steamy love stories with heart, heat, and laughter. Something she likes to call, “Romance…with a sense of humor.”
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