You have written the story of how the 4 Dixon girls and their brother found love, tell us, do you have a favourite character among them? Either because he/she reminds you of a real life friend/trait/yourself, or just because it was so much fun to write him/her?
I know I couldn’t choose (or definitely would have a hard time to choose), but tell us: whose romance/courting made you go all “aww” and soft in the heart? (you can even include an excerpt to give glimpses to readers who maybe haven’t read it yet)
From Best of ThreeShe looked up at him, unable to keep from grinning. “You got me.”The look in his eyes was instantly hot and possessive and her mirth died.He stepped forward. “I hope so. That’s exactly what I want—to have you. All of you.” Instead of reaching for her, he grabbed the blender and handed it to her. “This stuff represents our story. Crazy and unconventional and fun and nothing that I would have ever expected.”She took the blender and hugged it. “Unexpected. Good word.”“Falling in love with you wasn’t unexpected, though,” he said.Her heart tripped. He’d fallen in love. He’d said it with witnesses. “Oh?”“It took about ten minutes here in Carl-Mart to realize that I wanted to be with you every day for the rest of my life.”She felt her eyes sting. “Ten minutes? Have you been talking to my brother?”Nate shook his head. “I’m staunchly avoiding your brother.”“Oh.” She motioned for him to go on. “You were saying something about not being able to live without me.” She especially liked that part. She wouldn’t mind hearing it again and again. For fifty or sixty years.He gave her a half grin. “Exactly. And most importantly, that happened here, in Carl-Mart in the midst of blenders and Play-Doh, instead of in the hotel room or the park or your kitchen.”
That was nice. He hadn’t fallen for her in the sexy times. It had been the silly, fun trip to Carl-Mart, of all places. That was very nice. Romantic even.
He turned and picked something else up from the table. He handed her the baby blanket.
Tears threatened and her throat felt tight. “This is beautiful.”
“This is the most unexpected thing of all, obviously,” Nate said. “But the blender came first. I don’t want you to forget that.”
Can you tell us what we can expect from you next? And tell us: is it really goodbye this time to both the Bradford and Dixon characters or do you still have plans?
Stella: awww *happy sighs* You don't know how happy you made me by listing all these future projects. Now that means I'll have my Erin Nicholas romance fix for the coming months ;-) Once again congrats Erin and can't wait to "see" you next time! :-)
Book #5 in the Counting on Love seriesHe's in the middle of the last thing he wanted… and the best thing to ever happen.Ace paramedic Conner Dixon has sworn to never live with another woman after raising his four younger sisters. They have been giving him gray hair since they lost their father fifteen years ago. Now they're all in love and Conner's ready to retire-- from worrying, fixing problems and cleaning up messes.Of course, when his fellow paramedic, Gabrielle Evans, needs a place to stay after her apartment burns down, Conner can't say no. But it's no problem-- Gabby's just one of the guys.Gabby's penchant for poker and her ability to overhaul a transmission definitely make her different from Conner's usual women. She also has no interest in getting involved with him. Conner's crazy mix of family and friends is the last thing Gabby needs right now. She has her sights set on medical school in the fall and knows success depends on focus and commitment.But within forty-eight hours of moving in, Gabby's in the middle of a family crisis that could disprove all her I-don't-need-anyone bluster and Conner's in the middle of the last thing he wanted-a girl and all her stuff, all over his stuff. Still, the more she makes herself at home, the more he thinks that's maybe exactly where her stuff should be. For good.Warning: Contains a girl who thinks she wants to be just one of the guys, a guy who happily proves why that won't work, and a very good reason to buy cinnamon roll icing-you know, other than for use on cinnamon rolls.
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1) if you have read any of Erin's books, if so which one is your favourite book or character?
2) or if you haven't yet tell us which book you'd pick and why?
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