Hi Cari, and hello readers,
My name is Rachell Nichole and I’m an erotic romance author. Thanks for having me stop by today Cari, and thank you readers for joining us today. Cari asked me a brilliant question to talk about with you and it was exciting to consider. She asked e to talk about what my hero would do for a romantic evening with my heroine.
So first let’s start with a bit about my hero and heroine and my new book, An Affair Across Times Square. Here’s a blurb…
Layla Morgan is tired of getting into trouble, and getting hurt. And she fears her wild nature is going to strike yet again. But maybe this time, she’s finally met the guy that can stand close enough to touch her inner flames, and still not get burned.
Tyler Lachlan doesn’t stand a chance of resisting the delicious distraction of the mystery woman across Times Square. He’s sure there’s more to her than her sultry voice and mahogany thighs, but he doesn’t know if he’s willing to risk his career to find out.
Could what began as a voyeuristic affair across Times Square develop into something more?
So now that you know a bit about the book, and my characters, let’s chat about the romantic evening Tyler would plan for Layla. There’s a scene in the book where he sets up a romantic dinner with her through the windows of his office and her hotel room. And I’ve got to say, it’s extremely romantic! Layla has all of these rules about how they can’t meet in person and go on a real date, and so Tyler gets the staff at the hotel to deck out her room in flowers – yellow roses and lavender. He orders them a spread of food and has the hotel bring it up for her and set a table. Then he calls her on the phone and they have a beautiful dinner through the window. Below is the love letter he writes her to invite her on the date…
Dear Ms. Marietta,
First let me say I did not break any rules. I spoke to a very polite man at reception about a good friend of mine in room 1823 that I wanted to leave a surprise for. I did not ask him for your name, per your wishes, nor did I accompany anyone to the room after they told me you would be back later this afternoon. I handed him a list of instructions and hoped they would be followed. If you’re reading this note, it means they were.
Secondly let me say that while I realize this borders on stalker tendencies, I felt it was worth the risk of scaring you away. I have never been quite so amazed or intrigued by a single person in my lifetime, and I was anxious to let you know that in any way I could.
Thirdly, and finally, please go into your hotel room at your leisure, and if/when you are ready, please open the curtain and join me for dinner through the window at seven o’clock.
Mr. Times Square
I think ideally, though, Tyler would have taken Layla out to his favorite restaurant in New York and had a lovely romantic dinner with her in person. They both get to know one another a little better through their phone conversation at dinner, but Tyler would have taken her out to eat if it hadn’t been for Layla’s rules. He’s definitely a romantic at heart, and he spends most of the book wooing Layla and trying to convince her that he cares for her. He’s such a sweetie, really.
Eventually, of course, he wins Layla over with his sweetness and his continued attempts to sway her. Anyone else in love with Tyler yet? I sure am!
Thanks again Cari for having me stop by and thanks readers for checking it out. If you’d like to win a FREE copy of An Affair Across Times Square, leave a comment and include your e-mail. All comments will be added to a hat and I’ll draw a name on September 3 and e-mail you a copy of the e-book.
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