1: Christmas is my favorite time of year, and I'm guessing you like it, too. But Christmas elves and erotica aren't the most obvious partners for a book. What was it that drew you to this?
The idea itself was a dare. And I can't turn down a dare to write a sexy Christmas elf story if my elven ears depended on it.
The rest, well, my characters took over. Ribbon started flaunting half-naked men on the covers of books and well, Draven showed up and the chase was on.
Besides, as you say it's not something people put together which means I can go anywhere I want with it as long as it stays hot and elfalicious.
2: Do you find it's easier to write your heroine or your hero? Who's more fun to write?
I had an easier time writing my hero, Draven aka- Santa's top spy. He was also the one I had more fun writing because his reactions to my leading elfess, Ribbon, were priceless. Giggles.
3: Finally, are you on the nice list, or the naughty list?
I prefer the naughty list this year…especially if Draven's on it…*swoons over own character*
Which list are you on, Paul?
I'm hoping it's the nice list, but I may have to plead the Fifth...
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