Saturday, June 10, 2006

Calling All Readers

I guess that means you.

I'm rewriting a lot of "The Last Thing I Wanted" and as I was writing it occured to me that Tory and Gabe have a past. Grace and Eddie have a past. Callie and Jackson do not have a past.

Is it wrong to have two back to back books in which the hero and heroine know each other in the past? I can write about strangers falling in love. Really, I can. I didn't realize when I changed Gabe's profession that this whole story was going to pop out and it really does make the story pop, along with my voice.

Whaddaya think?


Blogger JoJo said...

Honey, I've read I think every romance story you've written, and you can make any scenario hot..... I don't think there anything wrong with bringing in someone new....after all, how many old friends or flames can you bring back from the past?

How's mom? I need an me!

6/10/2006 02:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Eileen said...

It would work for me. I think a lot of authors have a theme. Ever notice every Anita Shreve book seems to have infidelity? It took me a few to notice. I still like her stuff- I don't think- geez another cheater.

6/10/2006 08:59:00 PM  
Blogger Shannon Stacey said...

I've got back to back secret babies from Samhain, hon. *ggg*

Don't sweat it.

6/10/2006 09:17:00 PM  
Blogger Stacy Dawn said...

I don't think it matters either as long as the stories themselves are different

6/11/2006 08:29:00 AM  
Blogger Rae said...

Thank you Jodie, Eileen, Shannon and Stacey. =)

6/11/2006 09:44:00 PM  
Blogger Jessica Raymond said...

Dare I say... "it's all in the execution"? LOL! I don't think it would matter at all :)

6/16/2006 05:29:00 AM  
Blogger Rae said...

Jessica, of course you had to say it's ALL IN THE EXECUTION. Famous last words. LOL

6/16/2006 01:14:00 PM  

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