The mega-talented Megan Hart is here with us today. Ask Megan a question or leave her a comment, and you’ll qualify to win a signed copy of her book Stranger!
I pay strangers to sleep with me. I have my reasons…
But they’re not the ones you expect. For starters, I’m a funeral director taking over my dad’s business. Not exactly the sort of person you’d expect to fork over cash for the lust and urgency only live, skin-to-skin contact can create. Looking at me, you wouldn’t have a clue I carry this little secret so close it creases up like the folds of a fan. Tight. Personal. Ready to unravel in the heat of the moment.
Unsurprisingly, my line of work brings me face to face with loss. So I decided long ago that paying for sex would be one of the best (and arousing) ways to save myself from the one thing that would eventually cut far too deep.
But Sam was a mistake. Literally. I signed on to “pick up” a stranger at a bar, but took Sam home instead. And now that I’ve felt his heat, his sweat and everything else can I really go back to impersonal?
Let’s just hope he never finds out about my other life…
BK: Thank you for joining us, Megan.
What is sure to distract you from sitting down and working/writing?
MH: The internet!
BK: What are you working on presently? What about upcoming releases?
MH: Right now I just started a book with the working title Selfish Is The Heart. (I expect it to change.) It will be my third Order of Solace novel ““ the first two come out this fall from Berkley Sensation.
My next release comes out from Spice in July and is called Deeper. It’s paranormal erotic fiction and has an absolutely gorgeous cover! Check it out.
I’ll also be working on a new Spice Brief as well as editing and polishing another novel for Spice called NAKED ““ readers of Tempted will recognize the hero in this one. Alex Kennedy gets his own story!
BK: What’s the best compliment you ever got on your writing or a book?
MH: That my work changed someone’s life or somehow touched them personally ““ that’s always the best compliment.
BK: If you could time travel to any time or place—the past or future—where and when would you go to, and why?
MH: Hmm. I don’t think I would time travel. I think I’d mess up the time-space continuum and that would be bad.
BK: *grin* It certainly would be. Thanks so much for sharing a bit of yourself here today, Megan, and telling us about your wonderful books.
Be sure to leave Megan a comment to qualify to win a signed copy of Stranger! The winner will be announced Friday morning.