Nothing is going Lizzie’s way. Her sex life is unsatisfying, her job sucks and she has more debt than she needs thanks to her loser brother. Against her better judgment, she lets her best friend sign her up to be auctioned off at a high-rolling venue called the Club. Agreeing to a weekend of adventurous sex with a stranger is one thing, but being bought by the brothers who own the Club means Lizzie is up for a weekend beyond her wildest fantasies.
Ryan and Lizzie hit it off, in bed and out, but it’s his quiet brother, Trace, that has her heart pounding and her panties in a twist. But is Lizzie what Trace needs? Having been burned before, will he take a chance on what his heart is telling him or trust his instincts and send her home after their weekend is over?
“That can’t be legal, surely. And even if it was, no. No way am I going to let you auction me off to the highest bidder for a weekend of sex.” Lizzie sat stunned on the couch, her gaze on Bel.
“Do you have a better idea? There is no way you can lay your hands on that sort of money in a hurry anywhere else, not unless you become a drug mule or something totally gross.” Bel pouted her lips in distaste.
“And being sold for sex isn’t on your gross-out meter?”
“No, of course not. Sex is natural anyway, and you’re always complaining you never get anything worth talking about. Why not use your God-given charms to earn a decent living. It’s not like you have to do it all the time, but this auction is a big deal.” Bel ran a finger down a long, slim leg, feigning disinterest, and then looked up with a smile. “All the high rollers come out to play, and there are some very hot guys amongst them too, I might add.”
- Where did you get the idea for the novel? I wanted to write something a little bit different to my usual rural contemporaries. Plus I wanted it to be set in Sydney close to where I live and be a series too. It took me a while to get the right idea but once I settled on two brothers, one a businessman and the other a fighter, everything fell into place.
- Your title. Who came up with it? Did you ever change your title? It was the same title all the way through the process. I chose it because it was all about two brothers and also my first ménage book.
- Why did you pick this genre? What do you like about it? I like contemporary romance. We can all relate to it at some level.
- Since becoming a writer, what’s the most exciting thing to ever happen to you? Selling my first book was the first thing that had me screaming out loud. Getting two books nominated in the Australian Romance Readers Awards in 2012 was the next best thing.
- What book are you currently reading or what was the last book you read? I’m reading Second Chance Bride by Aussie author Trish Morey.
- What is your writing process? Not very good at the moment, lol. I tend to do all the social media stuff first and answer emails. I find if there is something I haven’t done, I can’t settle down to my writing without fluffing around.
- At a book signing, do you just sign your name or do you write a note? How do you come up with stuff to say? I try to write a small note, depending on the mood. People appreciate you making it personal. I know I do when I get a book signed.
- What is something people would be surprised to know about you? I’m a crack shot, my father taught me young.
- How do you react to a bad review? Meh, I don’t let it worry me. Let’s face it, I don’t like every book I read. Why should everyone like what I do?
- How did you celebrate the sale of your first book? My DH brought me a special Pandora charm for my bracelet. It’s turned out to be a tradition now. J
Ann swears she was born with a book in her hands and has never put it down. A lifelong love of reader has finally culminated in achieving her dream of writing...and publication.
She lives in the beautiful Hunter Valley with her own handsome hero of many years. Ann has always loved the ups and downs of life in small communities and she shares this with readers in her rural romances.
Strong sexy heroines with a good dash of sass thrown in feature in her stories. Of course these women need an equally strong hero. Bring on the outback hero and watch the passion ignite.
When not writing Ann enjoys reading, gardening, walking her very large dog Hugo and fighting with her computer.
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