I think we’re all familiar with the adage “Destination: Unknown”. It immediately sets you up for an adventurous story. Whether it’s to be fast and dangerous or nice, slow and experimental, when you hear that term you have a pretty good idea of what’s coming on those pages. And if you’re like
me, you’re all too willing to tag along for the ride.
I love the idea and prospects of dropping two people into a situation such as a road trip. The possibilities of this adventure are endless. At times, they’ll be stuck together with mere inches keeping them apart while at others, they’ll experience that true open feeling of being out on the endless
road, but together. Oh, and the hotel room stops along the way. Yum! Those are
always fun. Yes, stuck with all the space in the world—I definitely like that destination.
And the hero and heroine of my first book, Sidewalk Flower, find themselves in that exact predicament. Ultimately theirs is a story of being unsure of where they’re headed but determined to get there without breaking each other’s hearts along the way.
The second book in that series, Sin’s Flower, revisits the Destination theme but this time, the hero knows exactly where he has to go and it’s the last place he wants to show his face. That is
until he gets a tempting incentive, his best friend’s baby sister begging him to come back home for the holidays.
So what do you think? Is there more to be had when your romance characters’ destination is unknown or known but unwanted?
For a sexy look into both, check out Sidewalk Flower, Book 1 of the Sin Pointe Novels, and Sin’s
Flower, Book 2, both available now.
Thanks so much for having me today and tons of love to Evernight
on their 3rdBirthday!
Always love, Carlene Love xoxo