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Welcome David Bridger and his novel Beauty and the Bastard

Welcome David, thanks for stopping by and answering some questions about you and your book.

http://www.liquidsilverbooks.com/books/beautyandthebastard.htm

1. How did you come up with the story idea?


I daydreamed the opening scene. Well, I say daydreamed, but actually I was lying in bed waiting for sleep to come, when the scene played clearly in my mind. It was as immediate as watching a movie. It's a short scene featuring Saul the Bastard, a fallen angel who works as a bounty hunter. It imprinted itself in my mind because I felt his private agony.



No way was I going to sleep with this vivid scene playing over and over in my head, so I propped myself up on one elbow and watched the night sky through my bedroom window while the story unfolded some more.



Next came Rebecca. She's a modern-day demon princess whose family pretty much runs her city, but more importantly she is a successful fraud investigator and a self-sufficient woman. Which is why she's very pissed off when dange…

A New Venture

http://a-writers-circle.blogspot.com/ is my latest venture and it goes with http://www.writerscircle.freeforums.org/. We're open to new members and hope that you'll come out and join us as we celebrate the beginning of an ongoing promotional party featuring some pretty hot talent.
Have questions for an editor? A publisher? Or maybe one of your favourite authors? Come over, join the fun, and have a blast. We'll be giving away prizes, gifts, and a chance to get some quality time with a publisher, editor, graphic designer, and or author!

For more details you can go here. www.romancealley.suzannahsafi.com/TreasureMaze.html and get the full scoop. To join the loop/forum go to http://www.writerscircle.freeforums.org/ and fill ou the simple registration form. takes two minutes and opens the doors to a world of creativity and fun!

Review: In The Hands of A Stranger

Evangelina la Reina Herrera Ortega was a beautiful, but spoiled Spanish prize. Her marriage to Hernando Santiago, the son of one of her father’s investors, would secure her family’s future. However, once she met her fat, arrogant betrothed, Evangelina couldn’t imagine being wed with such cold calculation. Why weren’t her feelings being considered? And what about her strange attraction to Adam Butler, the handsome, brawny Australian ex-convict working in the garden? When Santiago attempts to rape Evangelina, Adam rescues her from the plump, pompous fool and flees with Evanagelina into the countryside.



The pair find shelter in a tiny, derelict cabin in the woods and set about fixing it up. Patiently, Adam explains the most mundane tasks to the pampered Spanish lady and Evie takes great pride in her accomplishments. The two are constantly thrown together and their mutual affection soon turns to love. However, when a tree falls on Adam, Evie must make a terrible choice - remain by Adam’s…