|Bless you, Readers of the World!|
With that thought in mind, we're sharing a little bit about ourselves today.
I asked all of the Gems In The Attic authors this question.
What is your favorite romantic movie and why?
Hope you enjoy these author confessions. Leave a comment with your email address written out, i.e., MarySmith at Domain dot com. All those who leave a comment with an email address will be entered into a drawing for a free audiobook or ebook--winner's choice--of one of Joan's romance novels. Random drawing winner will be announced next week on a Gems In The Attic blogpost.
Nancy Fraser is the author of The Vessel, a science fiction romance.
Career soldier Liam McGregor takes on a task that has cost his predecessors their lives. Alien princess Alora of Delawon holds the key to the survival of mankind. Together, they undertake a journey--fighting off raiders, survivalists, and an unexpected attraction to one another.
"My favorite romantic movie is While You Were Sleeping. It combines all the best aspects of the romance genre including friendship, trust, and honor. And recognizes that we don't always know what's best for us until we almost lose it."
Sophie Jacobs is the alter ego of Maddie James. She is the author of Match My Heart: Sweet Hart Inn (A Harbor Falls Romance, Book 5).
Mary Lou fantasizes about falling in love with country music star Nash Rhodes, but is ready to settle for Barry Phillips down the street. Nash Rhodes is nothing more than a celebrity crush waiting to never happen, but Nash comes to Harbor Falls for a music benefit, and Mary Lou's friend tries her hand at matchmaking.
"My favorite romance movie is Murphy's Romance with Sally Field and James Garner. Older man, younger woman, second chance at love, and western--what's not to love?
Liz Flaherty is the author of A Soft Place To Fall.
Early McGrath didn’t want freedom from her 30-year marriage to Nash, but when it was forced upon her, she did the only thing she knew to do—she went home to the Ridge to reinvent herself. Even as the threads of her life unravel, she finds new ones— reconnecting with the church of her childhood, building the quilt shop that has been a long-time dream, and forging a new friendship with her former husband.
The definition of freedom changes when it’s combined with faith. Can Early and Nash find a Soft Place to Fall?
"My favorite romantic movie these days is Shall We Dance because there's nothing much better than renewal and dancing in the kitchen. This movie offers both, and it's made all the better because the protagonists are seasoned and wonderful."
Lynn Crandall is the author of Fierce Hearts, The Complete 5 Book Series. This paranormal series is about were-lynxes who have fierce powers, fierce abilities, and fierce spirits.
An epic showdown will pit love against evil in this shapeshifter romance series as the were-lynx colony faces off with the all-powerful Nexus Group determined to wipe them out. Only the strong and dedicated will survive - and only those willing to risk it all will find their soul mates in this thrilling and value-priced digital collection.
"My favorite movie is The Switch. The hero, played by Jason Bateman, is different. He is very sensitive and a bit neurotic, but he's okay with being who is, and he finds someone to love him as is.
Joan Reeves is the author of the Valentine romantic comedy short story, Blame It On Chocolate.
Chloe Elliot was the good girl. She’d never been a hell-raiser. Truthfully, it hadn’t been that difficult. Until Hunter Cole returned to his home town. That was the beginning of her fall from good girl status. To Hunter Cole, the new Sheriff in his west Texas town, life was perfect. Until he dropped by the library to say hello to his best friend's little sister.
"Even though I thought this question up, it's a hard one for me to answer because I have so many favorites. Romantic movies have always been my preferred viewing choice.
Catch me on another day, and I'd probably name a different movie, but today I'll say Notting Hill is my favorite. It's funny and poignant and has the best dialogue delivered with perfect timing! Plus, it has a message that's true for every man and woman on the planet. ...just a girl standing in front of a guy and asking him to love her.
"No matter how famous or rich a person may be, in the end, all the person wants is to be loved for herself/himself. "
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Joan Reeves is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Sassy, Sexy Contemporary Romance. All of her books have the same underlying theme: It's never too late to live happily ever after. She lives her HEA with her hero, her husband, in the Lone Star State. Visit Joan online at her Blog and Website. Follow her at: Facebook * Twitter * Amazon Author Page * BookBub Author Page. Want a free ebook of one of Joan's popular romance novels? Just click here to sign up for Joan's mailing list.