My house is the proverbial full house, with three grown children, plus my parents all living under the same roof. Throw in our collection of 8 rescued cats, and yeah…it makes quiet writing time near impossible.
Somedays I feel like it’s an obstacle course just to start writing.
That’s when I have to deploy a sneaky maneuver to get to my computer.
And just when I manage to sit in my chair and reach for the keyboard…this happens.
Then I get the “I’m going to make an offer you don’t want to refuse” look.
So it generally takes a few cat-strokes before keystrokes. But that’s okay. It warms up the fingers.
And finally, I’m free to carry on.
Check out Donna’s newest release, The Army Ranger’s Surprise!
Army brat Kaydee Wagner gets twitchy if she stays in one place for too long. But when her grandfather needs someone to stay with him for a bit and his home needs a lot of repairs, she steps up to the plate.
Lucky for her, help arrives from their neighbor’s gorgeous grandson, former Army Ranger Leo Reed.
Leo’s desperate to rise above his dark past and enjoy life again. He’s already made a lot of progress, so when the woman he can’t stop thinking about needs a handyman, he volunteers. But after a very…wet incident involving deadly dance moves and a wayward sink hose, their clothes hit the floor faster than a stack of tile.
He doesn’t want forever—that would mean revealing his past, which he’s not ready to do. She only wants right now, because any other option would require sticking around.
And then Kaydee discovers she’s pregnant.
Donna Michaels is an award winning, New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of Romaginative fiction. Her hot, humorous, and heartwarming stories include cowboys, men in uniform, and some sexy, primal alphas. With a husband in the military fulltime, and a household of nine, she never runs out of material to write, and has rightfully earned the nickname Lucy…and sometimes Ethel. From short to epic, her books entertain readers across a variety of sub-genres, and one has even being hand drawn into a Japanese translation. Now, if only she could read it.