Multi-talented Blaze Babe, Sara Jane Stone is joining us today for the Quick Six. Welcome Sara Jane!!! Check out her Six answers below, and if you answer her question, she’s giving away a copy of her Blaze debut, Command Performance to one lucky commenter!!! Jump in, answer, chat!!! And thank you Sara Jane, for hanging out with us
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Subject: Chief Warrant Officer Hunter Cross
Mission: Keep Margaret Barlow distracted…using any means necessary!
Ranger Hunter Cross is the army poster child—excitement, danger and no strings in sight. And he’s been in town exactly three hours before a curvy blonde named Maggie flashes him a look that says “You belong in my bed.” It’s a night of wicked satisfaction. And it’s a night they can never repeat….
All Professor Maggie Barlow wanted was an orgasm—or three— from the dead-sexy Ranger. Having him as her official army liaison while she works on her new book? That wasn’t in the plan. Especially when she learns that Hunter has orders to “control” her. Little does the army know that when it comes to their deliciously naughty nighttime activities, Hunter is at Maggie’s complete command….
Uniformly Hot! The Few. The Proud. The Sexy as Hell.
Plotter or Pantzer?
Pantzer. But I’ll learning to be a plotter. When I first sat down to write COMMAND PERFORMANCE, I had a vague idea of who my characters were and I had a clear picture in my head for a handful of the scenes—mainly the more naughty, intimate ones. This “method” led to countless drafts. In hindsight, a clear outline might have saved some time.
Alpha, beta or gamma?
Alpha. I LOVE reading and writing about Alpha heroes. And they allow for enticing passages. One example from COMMAND PERFORMANCE: “Come upstairs with me.” It was a command, a gentle one, but she knew from his tone he’d taken over.
Historical or Contemporary?
I have to choose? I love reading both, but find I prefer writing contemporaries. For now.
Print or eBook?
Ebook. I love my ereader. One click and I have a new book! And when my daughter (now 21-months) was an infant, I could easily hold the ereader and the baby while I rocked her to sleep. I read countless books on my ereader, mostly in the middle of the night, after my daughter was born.
A Hero with a cape or a Hero without a cape?
Without. My favorite heroes are the everyday men who take risks—firemen, police officers, and yes, soldiers. Army Ranger Hunter Cross, the hero in my debut, COMMAND PERFORMANCE, did something extraordinary when he rode a horse through Afghanistan. He wasn’t wearing a cape and he was not acting alone. He was part of a team of highly trained soldiers. Personally, I find this easier to relate to than a hero who suits up in a costume before he heads into battle.
Pluto or Scooby-Doo?
Pluto. My daughter is obsessed. And yes, I feed that obsession by letting her watch a few minutes of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse whenever I need to talk to my agent or editor
My question for you: what is your favorite type of hero?
After several years on the other side of the publishing industry, Sara Jane Stone bid goodbye to her sales career to pursue her dream—writing romance novels. Sara Jane currently resides in Brooklyn, New York with her very supportive real-life hero, two lively young children, and a lazy Burmese cat. Visit her online at www.sarajanestone.com or find her on Facebook at Sara Jane Stone.