Thursday, August 5, 2010

Feature Writers Cave- Lynn LaFleur

Lynn LaFleur was born and raised in a small town in Texas close to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Writing has been in her blood since she was eight years old and wrote her first “story” for an English assignment.

As well as writing at every possible moment, Lynn enjoys reading, scrapbooking, photography, and learning new things on the computer. She’s a software junky and loves to try out new programs, especially anything to do with graphics.

After living on the West Coast for 21 years, Lynn now lives 17 miles from her hometown in Texas. She’s a romantic at heart and can’t imagine ever writing anything but romances. A full-time writer, she spends her days creating stories of people who find their happily-ever-after, sometimes with the help of an alien or psychic or vampire.

I drew the curtain to take the picture of my desk, but it's usually open. I have 2 1/2 acres and my window looks out to my meadow, where I often see deer wander through.

Lynn's feature book is Two Lovers for Molly

Third in the Lavender Lace series.

A chance meeting with Julian Forrest changes author Molly Ross’ mind about her bad luck with men. Julian is not only gorgeous, but intelligent and charming.

Julian loves Molly’s sexy underwear. It makes his mouth water every time they make love. In less than a week, he knows he’s falling in love with her. Then Lane Edison comes back into Julian’s life. Despite being apart for a year, one kiss from the handsome man and Julian tumbles. He wants both Molly and Lane, but doesn’t know how that can happen…until he reads a threesome scene in the book Molly is writing.

Molly loves Julian, yet feels an instant attraction when she meets Lane. Discovering the two men were once lovers is a huge turn-on. When Julian suggests a ménage à trois, she’s more than willing to let the two men fulfill her fantasy.

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Amber Skyze said...

The view sounds delightful! Love the cover and the story looks yummy too!

Kathy Kulig said...

Hey Amber, You're up early. I'm heading out to work. Just checked to make sure the post went up. Yes, that's the kind of desk I want. :) And I agree about the cover and story. Lynn and I sat next to each other last year at the RomantiCon book signing and she's a sweetie. I love her books too.

Knicole said...

Just ordered Almost perfection in print and I am so excited to read it. I keep hoping that today's the day the mailman's gonna drop it off. Maybe it will be today!

N.J.Walters said...

Sounds like a lovely view from your window, Lynn. Great office.

Kathy Kulig said...

Knicole, I'm sure you won't be disappointed. I love Lynn's books too.

I thought so too NJ. I like a room with a view. :)