I'm still working on my Argentinian hero and his lovely jewel thief (does that pique your interest?), and their story is galloping to a close. Soon, I hope to submit it to my editor and wait for her suggestions on how to make it better. I promise you passion and seduction, glorious love, and a gorgeous setting in Buenos Aires and the wine country of Argentina. 🙂
But I also have a new project to work on and I'm excited to share it with you. As soon as this book is done, I'll be working on a novella for publication in the UK. My subject? A sheikh! I can't wait! I still have the next full-length book to write as well, and I've already picked a setting for it. I can't wait to tell you about it, but I'm not quite ready yet! Let's just say it's not a place you usually read about in your Harlequin Presents!
Do you like sheikh stories? What's your favorite thing about them? I'm envisioning a dark, ruthless hero, a desert setting, and lots of passion!
P.S. You can now read a complete transcript of the Harlequin Presents competition editor chat here!
Oh my Yeah, give me a Shiekh any day. lol
Those eyes, that face. Melt me on the spot. lol
But I love the sound of your Argentian Hero. He sounds utterly gorgeous all ready.
All the best,
Okay, so I can’t spell Argentinian. 🙂
I’m with you on those sheikhs, Suzanne! And I can’t spell Argentinian either (well, I can now that my computer has corrected me a dozen times!). 🙂
I would say that’s a definite yes as to the sheikh genre since I’ve dedicated a blog to it. So many Presents new authors now and in the past year are entering the genre so that must say they are in demand and Lynn Raye, can’t wait for yours.
My reading sheikh adventures began with Presents authors Jane Porter, Kate Walker, Lucy Monroe, Sandra Marton and on and on.
However, Susan Mallery’s Desert Rogue series also were my passion.
Recently I was introduced to Olivia Gates who writes for Desire and Liz Fielding and Nicola Marsh who write for Romance.
Then there is Annie West, Trish Morey, Kate Hewitt, Sabrina Phiilips, Susan Stephens, Michelle Reid, Penny Jordan, Kate Hardy and more. I know I’m missing someone….you’re all just wonderful.
Marilyn, I’ve always loved sheikhs! I’m so thrilled to be able to write one of my own, even if it’s a novella. Hopefully I’ll get to write more sheikh stories!