delicious package. Almost as delicious as the confections she makes.
Until now, I’ve kept my distance to make sure my darkness doesn’t
taint her. She’s better than a killer who sits behind a scope.
with every sweet smile and mischievous grin. I know I’ll cave one
day, give into the craving to be near her. Being in her presence is a
feeling like no other, one I can’t seem to resist.
watching her, someone else was watching too. But she belongs with me,
no matter what anyone else wants.
too stubborn to admit she wants to. She’s my addiction, cure and
redemption all rolled into one. Her soul calls out to my own. I’ll
make sure she’s as addicted to me as I am to her. She’ll crave me
– if it’s the last thing I do.
very yummy package for months now. Unfortunately for her, her brain
goes on hiatus anytime Morris Jackson is around. Looking like a
bobble head whenever he asks her anything isn’t the best way to go
about getting a man like him interested. Not like ruggedly handsome
men go for quirky, accident prone introverts like her. Plus, even if
she did have a snowballs chance in hell with him, him being her
brothers SWAT teammate doesn’t bode well for her. A girl can dream though!
like the ground had literally gone out from under him. Mellie is
everything that he could ever want and everything that he shouldn’t
have. Even if he didn’t know that she’s too good for a guy like him,
her brother would never be okay with it. He is over protective and
proud of it. But at some point you have to say screw the consequences
and go after what you know is meant to be yours.
another. Someone will make sure they don’t stay together by any means
necessary. They’ll even kill to get what they want.
wife and mother, who lives in a small town in New Jersey. She has
been with her husband for a decade and is surprised that he’s still
alive. She began writing as a creative outlet after becoming a stay
at home mom. She decided that she needed something exclusively for
herself, not just being mommy. She has two crazy boxers that love to
keep that “Evil” mailman out of the yard. Besides writing
and spending time with her little hellions, she enjoys cooking &
baking. She has recently taken up gardening and made her loving
husband plant her a mini fruit tree orchard, as well as a garden
taking up half an acre. Nikki loves to be stalked by her readers and
encourages all interaction.
Have you written any other books that are not published?
I’m currently in the process of writing 2 other books.
If your book had a candle, what scent would it be?
What book do you think everyone should read?
I love the Wall of Winnipeg and Me.
How long have you been writing?
Only a few years. When I became a Stay At Home Mom, I needed an outlet for just me.
Do the characters all come to you at the same time or do some of them come to you as you write?
They come to me all at once and then I write them.
What kind of research do you do before you begin writing a book?
I’ve looked up police procedures, as well as different recipes for this book.
Do you see writing as a career?
I would love for it to be, but realistically I don’t know if it will happen. It’s extremely tough being an author. Just getting seen is kind of hit or miss.
What do you think about the current publishing market?
I think that it’s very difficult. It’s great to be able to self publish. But being the only one really promoting your work is tiresome and very time consuming. You spend money advertising and see very little ROI. But I still enjoy being able to make all of the decisions. You don’t get that with a traditional publisher.
Do you read yourself and if so what is your favorite genre?
I love romance, paranormal, alien and vampires are my dirty little secret. There is something about a huge alien with nothing but muscle who falls in instalove with his mate. I also really love cozy mysteries. Whenever I read something with too much angst, I usually go to a cozy to recharge.
Do you prefer to write in silence or with noise? Why?
I prefer having silence. It’s difficult to concentrate, especially if one of my kids is constantly up in my face. I tend to type what they’re saying instead of what I actually want.
Do you write one book at a time or do you have several going at a time?
I try to stick to one at a time, but I will add to another if something really good comes to me that I don’t want to forget.
Pen or type writer or computer?
Computer all the way!
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