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SUSAN HAYES - Breaking Point
Welcome to The Writer’s Studio, Susan. I’m looking forward to having each of you ladies from the Sunset Point series. Because I want to focus on your new release, BREAKING POINT(9/18) and the AWESOME giveaway, I’m going to give you what I call my Fast Five. Are you ready?
1. I’ve heard it said ‘our life begins not the day we are born but the moment we connect with our other half’. How do you think you know when you’ve found The One? Or in Lexa’s case, The Two?
For some people love is a lightning bolt, for others it’s a whisper that grows louder with the passage of time, but there’s always a moment when you realize that the person you are looking at is the one. The one you’ve been waiting to find.
For Lexa, reconnecting with Beau and Diego was not just a lightning bolt, it was a full on tropical storm. They were already in her heart, she just needed to remember them and the life she had forced herself to forget. Accepting that she could love two men and live a life of joy and laughter… that took a little longer.
2. You’ve jumped out of airplanes. Have or will any of your characters become part of the Mile High Club?
I will absolutely add a few fictional members to the Mile High Club at some point, but it hasn’t happened just yet. At least not unless you count smoking hot sex in outer space, but that’s in another book entirely.
3. Strawberries and Champagne or Whipped Cream and Chocolate Syrup?
Whipped cream and chocolate syrup. Why sip champagne and nibble on fruit when you could be getting sweet ‘n sticky instead? There’s a scene in Breaking Point that echoes that sentiment perfectly. It involves cupcakes, frosting, broken furniture and a round of applause from Beau and Diego’s fellow officers.
4. Can you ‘go home again?’
I still live on the same island I grew up on, so in many ways I never really left home. The truth of the matter is, I wouldn’t want to go back to an earlier part of my life. I am just hitting my stride! I am finally writing professionally, I have dear friends and a life that puts a smile on my face every morning. Why would I want to go back?
5. Best writing advice you’ve ever received?
Write what you love. That is the best, and possibly the shortest bit of advice I’ve been given. It’s also the one I pass along most often. If you are passionate about your topic, if it makes you happy, then that will show in your words and your story telling. If you try and copy what’s popular, or someone else’s voice, you will never reach your full potential.
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Lexa Fox lost her childhood the day her mother took her and fled Sunset Point. Twenty-three years later, she’s returning to claim her inheritance from a father she barely remembers, in a place she doesn’t belong.
Detectives Beau Rivers and Diego Mendez grew up in ménage families and always knew they’d be a trio if they could find the right woman. They’d found her once, but fate took her out of their lives long before they were old enough to stake their claim. No woman since has ever managed to live up to their memories of Lexa, so when fate brings their childhood sweetheart back into their lives, they do everything they can to convince their gray-eyed, world-weary beauty to stay.
There are dangers to be faced and enemies to overcome, but in the end it’s up to her men to show her that some hearts never give up hope, and some loves have no Breaking Point.
“Just a taste, please?” Diego murmured and lowered his head until their breath mingled and she could feel the heat of his skin shimmering against hers.
“Whoa, Dig! What the hell do you think you’re doing?” Diego’s childhood nickname tumbled out of Lexa’s mouth as she tugged her head back and away from him. She tried to move away but Diego’s hand spanned the back of her neck, making it impossible to step backward more than a few inches.
“I’m saying hello to an old friend,” Diego stated and then kissed her, his lips gentle as they lingered over hers. Before she could muster the brainpower to react he withdrew, leaving her heart pounding and her legs shaking in response to his touch.
“Hell, if you get to say hello with a kiss, so do I,” Beau said and moved in behind her so that her small body was tucked up against his.
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ABOUT Susan Hayes:
Susan lives out on the Canadian west coast surrounded by open water, dear family and good friends. She's jumped out of perfectly good airplanes on purpose and had lunch next to royalty by accident. She's passionately in love with the written word (and a few of her more hunky creations.)
Writing is her joy, her escape from reality and the only way she knows of to quiet the nagging harridan of a muse she claims the universe assigned to her.
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