TITLE – Voluptuous Vindication SERIES – The Endurers – Book #4 AUTHOR – Rose Wynters GENRE – Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Erotic Romance PUBLICATION DATE – December 25, 2013 LENGTH (Pages/# Words) – 415 Pages PUBLISHER – Rose Wynters COVER ARTIST – Webmark
BOOK SYNOPSISNo good deed goes unpunished...
Reeling from a tragic event, Endurer Ian Bauer is forced back into the fight when demons set their sights on an mortal angel. He has to keep her alive for four weeks, something easier said than done, especially since it's easy to see that the plus-sized female is attracted to him. The last thing on his mind is sex, especially when it comes to a BBW.
Who designed the covers? I always have a clear idea of the covers that I want, as I try to base these off of the characters. These usually come to me during the writing process.
Do you read your reviews? Do you respond to them, good or bad? Do you have any advice on how to deal with the bad?
No, I don't read the reviews. I once heard that reviews are basically for other readers, and I think this is true.
Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? Love is important. In the end, it is the most important thing in your life. It's the one thing you can never have too much off...
Can you share what your current are projects? I'm currently working on book five of the Endurers.
What books have most influenced your life most? The Bible. It's been a real eye opener.
Do you ever experience writer's block? Yes. I've found that when this happens, it's best just to leave writing alone for awhile. Go out and enjoy life. The rest will follow.
Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest? Honestly, I can't even remember the last time I had time to read. Maybe someday...
While you were writing, did you ever feel as if you were one of the characters? Sure. I think every writer leaves some part of themselves in their characters, even if it's small.
What are your expectations for the book? I just want the reader to feel as if they've escaped into the paranormal romance world for awhile. If they can do that, I've done my job.
Do you write an outline before every book you write? No. My characters are much too wild for that.
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“What's your story, Ian,” Sara shot back, struggling to hide her irritation. “With your attitude, it must be a big one.”
Instead of retorting, he grinned grimly. It wasn't a pleasant expression. Instead, it was simply scary. Sara had seen that look before. Somewhere in the past, something, or someone, had hurt this Endurer badly.
Her first instinct was compassion, but Ian was too hardened to take kindly to it. So she remained silent, waiting to see if he would continue. When he did, it wasn't what she was expecting.
“Consider my story a diary, with a giant padlock on it. It's not open to you, or anyone else, and it never will be. Let's just make this clear now. I've bedded hundreds of women in my lifetime, and I'm no novice when it comes to recognizing feminine sexual interest.”
He stopped, casting a firm look in her mortified direction before adding, “I'm not interested, so don't bother. I'm not in the market to get laid, and even if I were, you wouldn't be my type.”
I've often been asked how I'm inspired to write about werewolves, immortals, and zombies. The answer is easy. I adore them.
Be it the Wolf Town Guardians or the Endurers, these characters have been a joy to write about. And why not? What woman wouldn't love a sexy immortal male or a long-lived werewolf that is destined to have them?
Not all of my books contain plus-sized heroines, but many of them do. I believe in true love and true love isn't based on a size tag. If you agree with this, I think you will enjoy my books.
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