One feisty Southern chef. One sexy city doctor. One thousand miles apart. Trauma draws them together, but will circumstances pull them apart?
Chef Olivia Carson’s painful past haunted her until she discovered the healing solace at the Cozy Cove Inn. She fell in love with the bed and breakfast and its owner, Myra. But her world is rocked to its core after Myra has a life threatening emergency.
When Brady Matthews, Myra’s son and a well-known cardiologist in NYC, shows up to care for his mother sparks fly in more ways than one. Olivia and Brady disagree about everything, all the while fighting the sexual attraction that draws them together. As Brady begins to reevaluate his life and Olivia creates a new career for herself, the risk of scandal and past secrets threatens to rip them apart.
Will a headstrong surgeon and a gourmet chef learn to accept love? Or will they choose professional success with a side order of loneliness?
About the Author
Debra Ann Fisk grew up in a small town New Jersey but relocated to Central Florida because she love the warm weather.
While working at one of her first jobs she discovered the world of romance novels and fell in love. She is the wife to a doctor, the mother of a son and five fur babies. Her first book Irresistibly Delicious hit number three the Bookstrand Bestsellers list for over 5 weeks straight.
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My Interview with her
1) What made you decide to write in the first place? I think like a lot of authors, I had read so many romance novels. I had so many ideas for stories and characters I wanted to share mine too.
2) What gives you inspiration? Is there something that halts the progress in particular? When I read a story I love, it inspires me to write. Interruptions and daily life halts my progress. When I’m working at my day job, I can’t wait for the day to be over so I can go home and write, but sometimes by the time that happens I’m a bit drained.
3) What is some (cause picking one is just too hard) of your favorite books, and do you take anything away from them for your own writing? I read a variety of types of books, and authors. It would be so hard to choose. I love when an author has whisked me away to another place and I feel like I am watching the scenes unfold, or that I really know these characters because they are so real and vivid.
4) What’s one of the scariest moments of publishing your own books? For me, it was wondering if people will read it and enjoy it.
Kay now for some fun questions:
1) If you could meet any character, ever, who would it be? (Why if you desire to share) also can be one of your characters. Rhett Butler from Gone with the Wind. I love the book and I love the movie, and I thought he was hot!
2) If you can to choose:
- a pony farm, unicorns included if desired (or dragons)
- a library filled with books you would be interested in reading
- to go to the moon
…. which would you choose.
Easy one, I would choose a library filled with books I would be interested in.
3) What is your favorite type of paranormal (mythological, supernatural, whatever you can think of) creature? I can’t say because I am working on a new novel and I would expose my secret character!But outside of mine I think I like someone like the X-men characters with great supernatural powers.
4) What book should I read next just kidding! But what’s on your next to read list? I have a long list of books read. The top of my list is Scandal in the Sand by RoxanneSt. Claire. The others will have to wait I have to finish my book two in the series.