(An Until Him/Her Novella)
by Aurora Rose Reynolds
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Aurora Rose Reynolds returns with a new story in her Until Him/Her series…
Having been put through the ringer by her ex who was a perpetual cheater and master manipulator, Bridgett doesn’t have much faith in men. Then Noah comes into her life, a guy unlike any man she’s ever known. Not only is he dependable, kind, and honest, he’s too hot for his own good.
Not that any of that matters since Bridgett is still technically married, and Noah has made it clear without words that he’s not interested.
So what’s the worst that could happen when there’s a fire and he offers her a place to crash until she can get back on her feet?
Protecting those in need comes with his job as a police officer, so Noah’s not surprised by his need to protect Bridgett. The feelings of possessiveness when it comes to her are not something he knows how to deal with.
Noah knows he should keep her at arm’s length, but instead of putting distance between them he keeps finding ways to bring them closer together and he’s not sure if she will ever be close enough.
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An Exclusive Interview with Aurora Rose Reynolds
Can you tell us why or how you chose to write about this couple for your novella?
The moment I finished writing Until May the book this couple was featured in I knew that I needed to write their happily ever after. Both Noah and Bridgett had exactly what the other was looking for even if they didn’t know it at first.
Do you do anything to treat yourself when you finish writing a book?
Every time I finish a book I take some time off to just enjoy my family before edits start along with the rest of the release process.
If someone were to narrate your life, who would you want the narrator to be and why?
If I could have anyone narrate my life it would for sure have to be Morgan Freeman, there is just something about his voice that is so soothing yet interesting.
What one piece of advice would you give an aspiring writer?
The one piece of advice I give to anyone who tells me that they are writing or want to write is always ‘DO IT.’ Every day show up and write whether it’s ten words or ten thousand.
Can you give us a few lines from your work in progress?
In less than 12 hours I’m supposed to walk down the isle and marry a man I didn’t even know a few months ago, a man I’ve stupidly let myself fall in love with.
Jace Ellis is not the kind of guy I would have ever envisioned myself falling for, he’s too gruff, too bossy, too rich and not to mention a workaholic. But fall I did and now I’m left with no choice but to do the right thing and save him from making the biggest mistake of his life. Because even if he doesn’t have it in him to admit that this farce has gone too far I do.
But maybe I should start at the beginning of this story so that you’ll understand why I’m running away the night before my wedding.
If you could dream cast (actors, models, singers… anyone really!) the hero and heroine, who would you choose?
Oh wow this is hard. I think I would choose Dave Bautista for Noah and Emillia Clark for Bridgett
What’s your cure for hiccups?
Snort, it’s funny because I just had them. I would stay drinking water from a crooked straw is always my go to.
What mythical creature do you wish actually existed?
Unicorns without a doubt would be awesome to see in real life.
What scene in this book was the toughest to write and why?
I would say the most difficult scene was when Bridget has to explain why she left her husband after it’s obvious Noah assumes that she was using him.
If you could watch one scene from this book be played out like a movie, which one would it be and why?
I would love to see the scene where Noah comes home from work after a shooting and Bridgett admits how worried she was about him.
What’s the worst thing you’ve eaten out of politeness?
Ugh, my husband is Jamaican, so there have been many times where I’ve eaten something out of politeness. LOL
What’s the most awkward thing that happens to you on a regular basis?
I feel like me saying that I have a six year old son is explanation enough for this question. I’m constantly apologizing for his strange comments :/
Aurora Rose Reynolds is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author whose wildly popular series include Until, Until Him, Until Her, Underground King, Shooting Stars, Fluke My Life and How to Catch an Alpha series.
Her writing career started in an attempt to get the outrageously alpha men who resided in her head to leave her alone and has blossomed into an opportunity to share her stories with readers all over the world.
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