Where love is worth risking one's reputation...
Tell us a little about To Sin with Scandal.
One night of passion with the notorious rake, Lord Scandal. Every need satisfied, nothing expected in return. All Lady Miranda Fitsimmon has to do is keep her rendezvous with the man secret from the ton and her heart inured to the memory of their past.
Lord Scandal, otherwise known as Lord Sedley, no longer desires such meaningless liaisons in the ton. His taste for bed sport has changed. He only desires one woman to warm his sheets. And when the woman he thought never to see grace his home walks into his library and expects all her desires to be sated, his resolve to redeem himself is tested.
Can one night of sin give them both what they crave the most? Or will past wounds be too deep to forgive and forget?
We are always fascinated by an authors writing process. How does a typical writing day go for you?
I get up first of all *wink*. Once my boys are at school or kindy I usually come home and fluff about trying to make my hubby believe I’ve done something *grin*, then I sit down for a couple of hours and write. Stop for lunch then start again until its time for school pick ups. I’ll stop every now and then to check emails etc but if I don’t get any words down every day, I start to feel guilty. Once dinner is out the way and I check the Vampire Diaries aren’t on TV, I’ll sit and write into the night once my boys are in bed.
What is your favorite form of procrastination, apart from getting lost in research?
Emails and Bejeweled Blitz on Facebook, or I’ll find something to do around the house. Like the laundry, so often neglected by me.
We know To Sin with Scandal is only just released to readers, but what are you working on now, and what was the last scene you wrote on the story?
I’ve just started edits for my Regency Novella, A Captain’s Order – A Duke’s Command due out with Noble Romance Publishing January 24. With Australia in the middle of school holidays my writing process is a little hit and miss atm, so I’m working on another Regency Novella for Noble, with an ugly duckling who turns into a swan type premise but with a twist of course. As for the last scene I wrote, I write in order of the book, I don’t switch back and forth in scenes like some other writers do. So the final scene with the hea was of course the last scene I wrote on To Sin with Scandal, a nice sweet scene.
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The Lady Scribes would like to thank Tamara for blogging with us today. To Sin with Scandal can be found at Noble Romance and Amazon. You can also stop by her website or visit her blog to find out more about this wonderful historical romance author. She loves visits from authors and readers alike.