I've just turned in my latest Superromance to my editor (June 2012 release). It takes place on Whidbey Island, Washington, and involves a Navy pilot hero who is in need of healing--as is the Navy widow heroine. As I wrote the book and the characters took on their own life, it became clear very quickly that the emotional bond between the hero and heroine required a sexual tension not only unique to them, but hot and urgent, like their need to break through their wounds and arrive in today, fully alive and ready to love again.
There have been a lot of changes in the Krotow household this summer. Besides making a move from Russia to the States and accepting that we're hopefully done moving for a long while, our babies are growing up. I take the oldest to college next week. Youngest is getting more independent as high school marches on. Decisions have to be made about jobs, income, etc. It can be too much, too loud, too scary.
Maybe I need only tap my dh (dear hubby) on the shoulder.
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