posted on March 12, 2014 by Genie Davis and Linda Marr

The Fantasy Behind Between the Sheets

BetweenTheSheets300We are extremely attracted to the idea of living out your fantasies…and we think most people are, too. After all, many sports fans pay substantial sums to play ball with the pros at fantasy camps. Adrenaline junkies have been known to fly in a MiG jet fighter at a top speed of 2,400 mph, get towed out from shore on jet skis to ride enormous waves in the middle of the ocean, and sky dive – just like James Bond.

In our book, Between the Sheets our heroine also has a fantasy, but instead of spending large sums on it, she’s actually making money. Jenna Brooks secretly writes erotic romance novels, living her passionate dreams in her head. Until one day, her life is literally saved by a man who could have stepped right out of one of her books.

Now, remember these books are her secret. Like many of us, she wants to keep her fantasies to herself. After all, everyone’s entitled to live out their dreams without encountering the judgment of others. So it’s all the more mysterious when this man actually begins to use some of the same lines her fantasy men do. Coincidence? At first it seems like it, and she doesn’t give it any real thought.

But the more she comes in contact with this handsome, sexy, mysterious man, Riley Stone – the more he takes on the persona of a magnetic romance hero. And the more Jenna begins to fall in love with Riley, the more she begins to trust him as she never thought she could ever trust a man. But is he too good to be true?

You’ll find out. In fact, there’s a perfectly reasonable explanation for Riley’s behavior. He’s a private investigator assigned to trail a high profile criminal who moved in across the hall from Jenna. In researching his prey, Riley uncovered Jenna’s secret and fell so in love with her stories and her writing that he sometimes unwittingly quotes her.

Our guy is a pretty good guy – but what happens when you begin to fall in love with a girl, even as you’re digging yourself deeper into a hole of lies? And trust is a big thing for Jenna, as it is for most of us.

So back to fantasies. Is true love a fantasy, or can it be real, even if it begins with something fictional? You can find out if you read our book! And feel free to drop us a line and let us know if you’ve ever had a fantasy come true!

Twitter: @geniewrites
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Genie Davis and Linda Marr

Genie Davis is a multi-published novelist and produced screen and television writer. Recent releases: the mystery thriller Marathon, the romantic suspense of Executive Impulse, The Model Man, and Five O'Clock Shadow, the literary fiction of Dreamtown. Her erotic romance Rodeo Man won an RWA Passionate Plume award. Linda Marr is a producer/writer on America Now. She’s co-writer of the comedy book Dear Neighbor. Her many television projects include the NBC comedy The Mommies, HGTV’s House Hunters and Design on a Dime, a Nickelodeon skateboarding special, and some of the most successful infomercials on the air.


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