Wednesday, March 1, 2017

March into Spring with A New Romance

As an avid romance reader I am always searching for new authors and books that resound with a plot that catches my interest. As soon as I read the blurb for Saffron A. Kent's new book, A War Like Ours, I was hooked and wanted to know more about the author. She is the guest today in My Writing Corner.

Saffron says she is a romance writer and reader, a coffee addict and a White Russian drinker. Now that sounds like a fun combination. But she also describes herself as an imaginary ballet dancer, wanna-be poet, and Lana Del Ray and Gillian Flynn Worshipper.


"My stories are grey-shaded and NC-17," says Saffron. "I write what I love to read. And what I love to read is always twisted and angsty and emotional. My characters desperately need therapy. They tend to kiss a lot too, among other naughty things."

Of course that caught my attention as well as her warning that her books are for mature audiences only.


Here's the blurb for A War Like Ours:


A liar...
Three weeks ago, James Maxwell’s wife died in a car accident, but he hasn’t been able to tell his five-year old daughter the heartbreaking truth behind her mother's death. Instead, he packs them up and leaves for a summer resort in upstate New York to spend a few peaceful weeks and to gradually break the news. But a spirited and outspoken maid at the resort has figured out his secret.

A hater…
After witnessing her mother’s violent death at the hands of her stepfather, Madison Smith has turned aimless and bitter toward the world—men, in particular. Her dead-end job at the local resort and her convenient girlfriend barely keep Madison from falling apart. When she meets James, however, she’s driven to protect his child from the darkness she sees inside him.

A forbidden kiss…
But Madison doesn’t expect to find that very darkness irresistible. Drowning in guilt and memories, neither does James expect to be drawn to the sharp-witted woman who has made his life miserable. When their tempers flare, a brutal kiss triggers a need that blurs the lines of hate and desire. As their lust spins out of control, they must decide if their attraction is worth fighting for or if love is the real enemy.
Buy links:
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2j9TXqe

Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly2j9UDM8
Saffron says she loves to hear from readers so here is how to get in touch with her:

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Thank you, Saffron, for being my guest!



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