Question Wednesday: The Pleasure Wars Round-Up

On January 2nd I put out a call for questions and many of you asked some great ones! Every Wednesday (until I run out of questions), I’ll be answering them here! There may be ones that are related, so I’ll answer multiple questions at once. You can always add a new questions to the queue by posting them as a comment here.

Theresa Oberlohr asks: I would love to know how you come up with your plot lines. Miranda Albright’s story was one of the first romance novels I had ever read and I was instantly hooked! That whole series was solid gold. I know you are working on a new series and am wondering without spoiling it of course, what might be in store, who are the major players and where did you get your inspiration for them?

My latest series is The Pleasure Wars. I really wanted to do a Romeo and Juliet-type overarching storyline. In the series, my two main families, the House of Rothcastle and the House of Windbury, have been at war for so long that no one even knows how it started. But instead of letting bygones be bygones, the two men at the head of the families just intensify their hatred. But a carriage accident that kills the sister of Christian, the Duke of Rothcastle, changes everything.

Now there will be fallout, for both families and their friends, in this three-book series. The main heroes and heroines are:

Taken by the Duke (out now): Christian, Duke of Rothcastle and Lady Ava (sister of the Earl of Windbury)
Pleasuring the Lady (November 19): Marquis Marcus Weatherfield (of An Introduction to Pleasure) and  Lady Portia, Ava’s best friend
Beauty and the Earl (April 15): Liam, Earl of Windbury and Violet Milford (hired to spy on him by Ava and Christian)

The first book came out yesterday, Taken By the Duke and I hope you’ll pick it up!

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