Why did you decide to write it?
I wanted to tell a best friend story that didn’t have a happy ending…at least not in the beginning. I also wanted to delve into the idea of how our past shapes and creates our present and our future. From the opening, one could surmise that Melissa has been through some things. Her approach to men and relationships isn’t normal, and there’s a reason for that. I wanted to make her react, and then I could walk through her history to figure out why she reacted the way she did.
Who is your favorite character in the book, and why?
Melissa is my favorite character. She’s living the life she thinks she wants and doesn’t care what anyone thinks. Plus, it’s always fun to write about the villain’s actions. She’s the drama and the plot pusher.
What was the hardest part of writing the story?
Writing the sex scenes. When writing erotica, I have to write experiences that I’ve never had and make them believable and that can be difficult.
The first book in the Infinite Series, a romantic suspense series, is about the demise of a long-standing friendship due to secrets, conceit, jealousy, and self-hatred.
Agatha, a shy, conservative librarian, has allowed her shortcomings as a lover to stop her from pursuing her sexy boss, Sean. She’s been content being her best friend, Melissa’s, shadow; until she can no longer stand it. One night at Club Infinite, Agatha is a changed woman, ready to do whatever it takes to get and keep her man. Sean is immediately smitten and grateful he waited for her. Melissa, who should be happy that her bestie has finally come out of her shell, instead becomes insanely jealous. How could the bookworm get the sexiest man she’s ever met to want her? Melissa is beside herself and she does the unthinkable, betraying her best and only friend. Assault wasn’t in the plan, but nothing and no one stands in Melissa’s way. Especially when she can see her future in Sean’s arms and his bed. How many times can a friend hurt you? Sometimes, it only takes once.