Sunday Brunch is a weekly feature for getting to know authors who are new to us at Black Heart Reviews, by asking some quirky, fun questions.
Today, we introduce you to Josie Wright. Her debut novel, That One Night, releases on June 27th, scroll down for more information on that. It sounds good, secret baby good...maybe?? We like the sound of that!
If people were thrown in jail for bad habits, what would be your crime?
If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Chunky or Creamy?
Who is your favorite Disney Princess?
If you were a stalker, would you be good at it?
You are forced into karaoke, what song do you sing?
Godzilla or King Kong?
You are an alien with your own spaceship, who do you abduct?
We come to your house for dinner, what are we eating?
Pick two celebrities to be your parents.
Josie Wright has always been a bookworm, spending every free moment with her nose buried in a book. While others were out partying, she spent her evenings with Heathcliff, Sydney Carton or Snape. Romance, fantasy, thrillers - you name it, she read it.
Series: That One Series #1
Release Date: June 27, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
All it takes is just one moment to change the course of your life. For me, it was one perfect night.
I have always had a thing for my brother’s best friend, Ben. When I found him on my parents’ couch, drowning his sorrows in a whiskey bottle, my attempts to comfort him quickly turned into a night of raw and intense passion.
My foolish heart hoped he might feel the same way I do.
But Ben wasn’t there to stay and I woke up the next morning alone with a broken heart.
I attempted to forget the guy with a smile to die for and a touch that sets me on fire.
I thought I was over him.
I thought he was gone forever.
Until, eighteen months later Ben returns and learns my secret. Now, he is hell-bent on winning me back.
He plays dirty.
And he won’t stop until he gets what he wants—me.
But he has secrets of his own.
Secrets that could destroy everything we might have and everything we are.
Not suitable for under 18's due to strong language, violence and sexual content