Favorite color? –candy apple red.
Nickname?—most people just call me Lisa. Or Lis
Birthmark or scars?—a couple of scars on my face
Siblings? –none that I’m aware of.
City of residence? –Crest Point, Oregon
If you were a jelly bean flavor, what flavor would you be? –tutti-frutti
Occupation?—waitress at the diner in town
Favorite song?—Born to be Wild. ;)
Name one item in your refrigerator right now?—coffee creamer
Your greatest fear?—dying alone
Most treasured possession?—my best friend, Cat.
Special talent?—I make a damn good cup of coffee.
Cat or dog?—neither
Pet peeve?—judgmental people
Spicy or not?—you betcha. ;)
Favorite guilty pleasure?—chocolate ice cream
If you could ask your author one question, what would it be? When are you getting around to my story?
Cat Edwards has spent her life playing the wallflower in an effort to escape the repressive weight of her mother’s tarnished name. Dragged to a bar by her best friend in an effort to forget a broken heart, the shy bookworm is determined to be someone else for the night, but quickly gets in over her head. She discovers chivalry isn’t dead after all when a mysterious stranger comes to her rescue. He’s wearing black leather and a mischievous smile that promises to be exactly what she needs.
When his terminally ill father suffers a setback, Michael Brant returns to the town he swore ten years ago he’d never return to. He’s come back this time determined to make peace with the past, but being home brings up memories he doesn’t want to remember anymore. His first night in town, he’s captured by a damsel in distress. Cat’s beauty is made all the more alluring when he realizes she has no idea who he is. He can’t resist spending a single night in her arms. With her, he’s only a man, disconnected from his family’s name and the past that haunts him here.
As the town erupts with the news of his return, Michael’s dark past comes back to haunt him, putting Cat in danger. Someone is threatening her life and the life of her family. Desperate to keep history from repeating itself, Michael offers her his family’s name in order to keep her safe. When the lie spirals beyond their control, can they stop their hearts from becoming entangled as well?