How does a man who’d never read a romance, start writing one? In Stolen Moments, a romantic comedy in which the hero is an erotic romance author, this is how Billy got his start.
“Billy’s been rushed to Myrtle Creek General Hospital,” he said. The buzzing in her ears had drowned out the Top 40 tunes playing over the diner’s speakers, the clatter of dishes, the hum of conversation.
The tears had started even before she began to speak. “He’s going to be okay, isn’t he?”
“I can’t lie to you, Mary Sue. It’s bad. He fell off the roof of a two-story house. He hurt his back.”
Billy had been temporarily paralyzed and had undergone months and months of intense physical therapy before he regained function. Her blood curdled at the prospect of him climbing up onto a roof again.
Stolen Moments blurb
Is it crazy to be jealous of a fictional character?
While Mary Sue is proud of her construction-worker husband Billy’s new-found success as an author of spanking novels, she also finds herself resentful of Beverly Golightly, the fictional heroine who gets everything Mary Sue wants: her man’s undivided attention, lots of hot loving, and many delicious spankings.
But is Mary Sue’s jealousy any crazier than the plan she hatches to recapture her husband’s attention?
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