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I am a mystery, time travel, and contemporary suspense romance writer. I enjoy creating stories and characters that people can fall in love with.

Monday, April 25, 2011


Hero Fridays

Is moving to the last Friday of each month. The next one will be posted on the 27th of May.

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Sunday, April 17, 2011


Today, I'd like to talk about Pretty Faced Heroes.

It’s easy to visualize men like Harrison Ford and Sean Connery with their rugged good looks cracking a whip or breaking into a prison to stop a madman, but what about those men who are too gorgeous or pretty to contemplate as anything more than arm candy or models on the cover of a magazine. Can they be our heroes too? Absolutely!  Pretty men are nice to look at and even drool over, but it can be difficult to imagine them as the heroes that will swoop in and rescue us from danger. Not without our vivid imaginations that is. This week's hero made me see that a pretty face can be so much more.
                                                                    Jake Gyllenhaal

(I could loose myself in those eyes, how about you?)

(oh my...looks like he needs help. Any volunteers?)

(The extra muscles he packed on for this part suits him, don't you think ladies?)

Although a good looking man, I could never imagine him as a hero that would kick the bad guy’s ass or yield a weapon to save the woman he loved. His role in the Prince of Persia forced me to think again. The long hair, accent and sharp wit didn’t hurt either, nor did the chemistry between him and the princess which curled my toes, along with the rubble on his face. Had I not seen him in that movie, I might have missed him in Love and other Drugs, even though I adore Anne Hathaway. It was a very real look at a couple, their imperfections and relationship struggles. It showed Jake and Anne in a whole new light. Who knew he had such beautiful blue eyes and the body, oh my. There was an unexpected depth to him that left me with no choice but to add him to my list of heroes.

What pretty faced hero made you change your mind that he could be your ideal hero. Breaking through windows or blowing up walls to come in and rescue you?

Friday, April 8, 2011



By now you've noticed the title of this week's blog is different. Don't worry it's just for today.

For fun, I posted on my Facebook page earlier today that I found a photo of my "hero" naked and erect. Can you guess which one of these villains he is?

Last week I featured a bad ass hero with a heart of gold and fellow author, Barbara Bettis’s comment got me thinking about Villains, so this week I’ve decided to feature “Sexy Villains we wished were Heroes”. You know the ones I'm talking about. The sexy, irresistible bad guys that send unwanted shivers down our spines at their devilish grins and intense eyes that threaten to gobble us up without a protest from our lips.

The first one that came to mind was Chris Sarandon from Fright Night. I couldn’t help but remember the delicious shivers I felt when his dark gaze found me through the window as he was about to sink his teeth into the neck of his next victim.

Soon more sexy villains revealed themselves. The next one was Julian McMahon. He played a very nasty demon in the series Charmed. He captivated me with his seductive voice and good guy pretense that gave me hope that deep down he wasn’t so bad. I was sorely disappointed but it didn’t matter, he was too hot not to continue watching.

And last but certainly not least. In 2009, I saw the new Star Trek movie. I originally watched it to see the sexy new captain, but imagine my surprise when I was knocked off my feet by Zackary Quinto, the actor who played Spock. His sexy eyes took Spock to a whole other level. I love Leonard Nimoy, but I've never wanted to throw him against the side of the lift and kiss him until he took me to the holodeck to fulfill all my sexual fantasies. Imagine my shock when he turned out to be the villain, Sylar, on Heroes.

Channel your dark side ladies and find those villains that you wished were heroes, or maybe you love them just as they are. I won't judge if you tell me all about them.

Friday, April 1, 2011



One of my favorite shows in 2002 was Firefly, although it didn’t last the entire season. I recently discovered it on Apple TV. The story is about the colonization of planets beyond Earth after its resources were used up. There is a captain and his unusual crew who travel the galaxy looking for work. The unique characters, to me, made the show interesting and funny, especially the captain, Malcolm Reynolds, or Mal.
When you first meet him he comes across as a brash, selfish, self absorbed man, but as you get to know him you realized he’s much more complicated and interesting. There are layers to peel away to get to the real him. He’s sexy, foolishly daring, and fiercely loyal; never leaves his crew behind and has a sarcastic sense of humor. While being tortured and his crew are busting through the doors to rescue him, say to his torturer, “If you’re expecting guests, I can come back later.” Now that is a hero! The kind you can’t decide what you want to do with first. Laugh or jump his bones. Despite his gruff exterior he has a heart of gold and is a really decent guy, but sshh don’t let him hear you say it.
Who’s your favorite character that comes across as a hard-ass, but underneath it all a good guy?  

Did you know?
He is the co founder for the non-profit organization Kids Need to Read
He's been in several shows including: Two Guys and a Girl and Desperate Housewives
He did voice overs for several cartoon character including Green Lantern