I am excited to feature Monica Richardson to the blog today. She is a romance author with Harlequin and recently released her novel Second Chance Seduction. Read below to learn more about the book and for an interview with Monica!
Loving and marrying Savannah Carrington came naturally to Edward Talbot. Thanks to his political ambitions, losing his stunning wife was all too easy, as well. Co-parenting their young daughter has been the silver lining in their divorce. Then Savannah surprisingly accepts Edward’s invitation to visit his family’s Bahamian bed-and-breakfast, and the sultry tropical breezes begin to rekindle their deep, passionate connection.
He’s always been the man of her dreams—sexy, confident and charismatic. Savannah and little Chloe just needed more than Edward could give. With a successful new career in fashion design, she’s ready to move overseas. Yet from the Caribbean to London, Edward is in hot pursuit, reminding her how good they can be together. The stakes are higher than ever. And it may take the threat of losing everything to see just how wonderful love’s rewards can truly be…
Monica Richardson writes romance based in the Caribbean Islands. Her alter-ego, Monica McKayhan currently has 11 titles in print. The first book in her young adult series, Indigo Summer, was the launch title for Harlequin’s imprint, Kimani TRU which made its debut in January of 2007. That same year in May, Indigo Summer snagged the #7 position on the Essence bestsellers list, another first for Kimani Press. It also appeared on the bestsellers list in the May 2007 issue of Black Issues Book Review (BIBR). Indigo Summer appeared on the American Library Association (ALA)’s list of 2008, 2009 & 2010 Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers. Monica’s young adult title, Ambitious appeared on the ALA’s list of 2013 Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults. In 2009, Monica received a film option for the INDIGO SUMMER series. She also penned her first romance novel, Tropical Fantasy in 2013. She currently has 14 published novels, 4 of which are romance.
1. When did you decide to become a writer? I’ve been writing since about the age of 12, but began to seriously pursue a writing career when I was about 21 years old. I submitted to several publishing houses, got turned down many, many times and spent years polishing my craft.
13. How can readers discover more about you and your work?
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