1. What is your favorite thing to do when you are not writing?
Hanging out with my family on the lake! We live on a pond in Maine and summers are pretty spectacular. I do some gardening and sit in the sun to read.
2. What books are sitting in your TBR pile right now? What book are you currently reading?
I won’t tell you how many hundreds of books I have downloaded to my Kindle and my Nook, mostly historicals and mysteries. My book-buying is really out of control. Right now I’m reading P.D. James’s Death Comes to Pemberley. I’ve been glomming Josh Lanyon and am
looking forward to Cecilia Grant’s A Lady Awakened.
3. Please, share something you found most interesting or fun that you did to research for a book.
Women used to shave off their eyebrows and glue on mouseskin. Really.
4. How did you come up with the plot for Wicked Wedding Night?
My story in Agony/Ecstasy is “Wicked Wedding Night.” I am a sucker for alliteration, and Lucien and Maida’s wedding night starts wickedly to say the least. It’s a Regency featuring a truly tortured hero and his scheming bride, who both get much more than they bargained for.
5. Action adventure or romantic comedy? What is your favorite movie lately?
Romantic comedy, of course! I saw Tower Heist recently. I guess that’s more action adventure, but I enjoyed it thoroughly. Anything that makes me laugh is good!
Thanks Lucy for the interview. I wanted to give your readers a little more information about the Agony:
All new stories of punishing extremes and unbearable pleasure…
With historical, contemporary, and futuristic backdrops, this outrageously diverse collection of original stories explores every conceivable variation of BDSM erotica—from knitting circles to the Titanic to a retelling of The Little Mermaid.
Featuring all-new stories by Meljean Brook, Jean Johnson, Bettie Sharpe, Jill Myles, Margaret Rowe, Sara Thorne, and more, this book has everything a reader could hope for in an erotic romance.