I first read Alison’s book Rules of Protection (Tangled in Texas Book 1) back in September of 2014 and loved it. When I read several great reviews for her new book Size Matters I thought I’d ask her to answer my five burning questions. Enter Alison’s giveaway to win a copy of her new book here!
Enjoy her fun answers to the hot five questions!
1. Let’s start off with Kill, Marry or Screw? Gideon Cross, Kellan Kyle or Sam?
Oh, man. I hate killing any of them. Okay, if I have to, then I guess I would kill Gideon Cross, screw Sam, and marry Kellan Kyle. I would’ve married Sam, since he’s pretty nice to look at (see pic). But after what he did to my heroine’s parents, I’m not too sure taking him home to meet the family would be such a good idea.
2. Do you remember the first romance book you ever read? Can you tell me aboutit? NOTE: I think mine was Bitch by Jackie Collins and I was about 10 or 11.
That was so long ago that I really have no clue which book I read first, though I’m certain it was a novel by V.C. Andrews since I had a huge fascination with those books in my teen years. A lot of those stories centered around family secrets but there was a great deal of romance in them as well.
3. What type of stories would you like to write but haven’t yet? Menage, BDSM or a sexless romance. The sexless romance should come with a warning. Don’t you think?
Ha! It totally should! I can promise you that I’ll never write a book that has no sex in it. Those are usually my favorite scenes to write. LOL Although I haven’t actually dabbled in the erotica genre at all yet, I could see trying my hand at one of those. But mostly, I have a couple of books I’d like to write that cross the romance sub-genre into paranormal and Sci-Fi.
4. As you write series, what’s your process for keeping track of characters and storylines?
Interestingly enough, I don’t have a process. I always claim to have the worst memory ever, but when it comes to my characters, I tend to remember everything about them and their stories. Even down to each individual’s eye color. That may change as I get more and more books out, though.
5. If you could have a dinner party and invite anyone to it, who would it be? Celebrities, book boyfriends, intellectuals, or anyone. Name five people.
Tough question! I’m tempted to name five really hot celebrities and call it date night (LOL), but I won’t since there are some other people I’d love to invite. I never got the chance to meet either of my grandfathers before they died so they would be my first two choices. My third guest would be Linda Howard, who is my absolute favorite author. Then I would invite Albert Einstein just because I think it would interesting to pick his brain for an evening. And my fifth dinner invite would go out to Christian Grey. So yeah, I’m pretty sure this would be the most awkward evening ever…but it would make for some interesting dinner conversation.
6. For bonus points, what’s your favorite swear word?
You mean to tell me we were using a point system in this interview, and I didn’t even know it? Fuck. (I guess that answers that question.)
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