“This man was shadow and night. He was Darkness.”
Homeless Aliette is saved from punishment for stealing by a mysterious knight. To stay alive, she’s informed by this stranger that she must claim his child as her own. She should fear the dark knight’s power, yet it’s clear there’s more good to this man than he’s prepared to show. Can she break down the barriers of the tortured knight she calls Darkness?
- Did or do you like to read comic books/grapic novels? Which ones?
Adore comic books/graphic novels: Batman (always), Spiderman (most of the time). Maximum Ride, Black Butler, Constatine….
- Whom did you inherit your love for books/reading from?
Can’t remember my life before books….so it must be my family who cursed me. 😉
- When you need a murder victim or someone you can diagnose with a serious disease or someone who is involved in a fatal accident do you sometimes picture someone nasty you have met in real life and think ‘got you’ LOL?
No!, But what an intriguing idea…..
- How do you come up with the names for your characters?
I’d like to say region, then meaning, but all too often I come across Medieval names I just like.
- Do write other things beside books (and shoppinglists 😉 )?
Posts like these! I love chatting about writing and romance books.
- If your movie or series would be made from your books, would you be happy with the ‘based on’ version or would you rather like they showed it exactly the way you created it?
Most definitely ‘based on’ because my family might watch it!
- Who would you like/have liked to interview?
This is a truly difficult question for me. My mind keeps spinning on the possibilities. Do I go for historical and interview King Edward I, or do I pick someone fictional like…Darth Vader?
- Do you have certain people you contact while doing research to pick their brains? What are they specialized in?
I don’t have any specific person I talk to, but I do consult Marc Morris’ books and research more than most. He makes history and facts absolutely gripping.
- Is there someone you sometimes discuss a dilemma with?
Everyone in the Unlaced Historical Romance Group!
- What is more important to you : a rating in stars with no comments or a reviewer who explains what the comments they give are based on (without spoilers of course)
A review is more important no matter the stars given. I can’t give readers what they want unless they tell me!
Thank you, Nicole Locke and Rachel’s Random Resources
About the author
Nicole is the author of Harlequin’s Lovers and Legends and The Lochmore Legacy series. If she isn’t working on the next book,