The Rhythm Method
(A Stage Dive Novella)
by Kylie Scott
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kylie Scott comes a new story in her Stage Dive series…
It all started in Vegas…
After a wild and tumultuous beginning to their relationship, Evelyn Thomas and her rock star husband David Ferris have been happily married for years. Nothing needs to change, their life together is perfect. Which means that change in the shape of an unexpected pregnancy is bound to shake things up some. But could it be for the better?
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An Exclusive Interview With Kylie Scott:
~ with Jillian Stein of Read Love Blog
I lalaloved this story! How did you decide on writing a secret baby for Evelyn and David?
I thought it was time to throw them in the deep end again. Writers are like that! And I’d never written a secret baby book so that was fun. I think David and Evelyn would make great parents once they found their feet.
Speaking of secret babies, what are some of your favorite tropes to read and to write?
I love grumpy + sunshine or beauty and the beast. There’s something about a big moody man who’s just waiting to turn into putty in his heroine’s hand that works for me. Fish out of water is another favorite of mine. When the heroine really needs to rise to a challenge.
I recently read a wonderful article about you and your husband (calling all romantics, you want to read it, trust me!). What one piece of marriage advice would you give?
Ha. Thank you! Be willing to compromise. I believe you need to pick your battles and only go with the ones that really matter to you. That makes marriage sound harsh. It shouldn’t be, I promise.
I love that you have playlists for a lot of your books. It’s got to be hard to choose songs for rock band themed books! Do you pick the music first, before you write, or do the songs come to you as you write?
A bit of both. I love putting together a musical mood for a story. It’s a lot of fun.
What’s currently in your TBR pile?
“Christmas In Rose Bend” by Naima Simone, “For the Love of April French” by Penny Ames, and “All the Feels” by Olivia Dade.
Can you give us a few sentences from your current work in progress?
“This is awkward.”
The big blond man standing on my doorstep blinked.
“How are you, Lars?” I gave him my very best fake smile. “Nice to see you.”
“Susie. It’s been what … five, six months?” Setting down his toolbox, he gave me an uneasy smile. It was more of a wince, really. Because the last time we saw each other was not a good night. Not for me, at least. Memories of getting publicly dumped by his best friend flashed through my mind.
Kylie Scott is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. She was voted Australian Romance Writer of the year, 2013 & 2014, by the Australian Romance Writer’s Association and her books have been translated into eleven different languages. She is a long time fan of romance, rock music, and B-grade horror films. Based in Queensland, Australia with her two children and husband, she reads, writes and never dithers around on the internet.
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