posted on January 9, 2017 by Emily Jane Trent

Romantic Cities and Steamy Romance

 by Emily Jane Trent

A frequent question from my readers is: “Do you travel a lot?” Why would readers ask that?

In my steamy romance books the characters visit other countries, so it might seem like I travel and write from my personal experience.

The opposite is true. My life hasn’t allowed for travel, since my focus has been more on family, and the cost of such travel has been prohibitive. Yet I find other countries and cultures intriguing. My heroes are often billionaires, so it makes sense for them to see exotic locales.

The research I do for my romances makes me feel as if I have traveled to the cities I write about. I learn much more than the story requires. I have to pick and choose what will enhance the characters’ adventure. And by doing so, readers get to experience countries they haven’t visited before.

That allows me to feel as though I’ve traveled. And even better, readers feel that they’ve been to many far-away places from reading my books. My readers and I can see the world together – though fiction.

Where should you start? Touched By You – the series with sexy billionaire Tanner Clarke will carry you to many romantic destinations!

Emily Jane Trent

Emily Jane Trent

Emily Jane Trent is a true romantic at heart. She writes steamy romantic stories about characters you'll get to know and love. If you like a love story with sex scenes that sizzle and a story that involves you both intellectually and emotionally, you'll find her books are for you. Emily writes romance that brings out the depth of the characters and leads you to the happy ending --- but not without emotional roller coasters along the way. You can find details as well as other insight into this author at her blog:

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