Thursday3Some: Stormy by Tina Gayle

On this cold January morning, I have Tina Gayle who writes hot reads for mature adults. So pour a cup of your favorite hot beverage and let's talk.

About Tina Gayle

Tina Gayle grew up a dreamer and loves escaping into a good romantic book.

She is currently working on two different series the Executive Wives’ Club and the Family Tree series, both of which combine elements of women's fiction with the passion of romance.
Married 25 years, she and her husband Mike love to travel and play golf. She can’t wait for Mike to retire so they can do more of both. You can read the first chapter of any of her books on her website.

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About Stormy, a Second Chance at Love (Mature Rating)

A widower, a divorcee, co-workers, lovers...a future together...marriage?

Consoling each other for years over each other’s misfortune, Karen and Daniel turn a friendship into a weekend of unbridled red-hot passion. The heat between them leads to thoughts of a future together. That is…

Until children, an ex-husband, an unexpected heart-attack, a conniving trophy-wife, guilt, and personal choices come between them. Will the heat of their passion let them break from the past and move into the future?

1. When did you write Stormy?

The original title of my book was Weathering the Storm. About month before I decided to publish, I changed it to Stormy. Why? I wanted something short and to the point. Also I felt it went with the cover image better.

2. What was the spark that gave you the story idea?

I was working on the 3rd book of the Executive Wives Club series, which is about an older woman and her trials to find love. I started thinking about how difficult it was for women over a certain age to find romance books that reflect their situation. I talked to a number of women over the age of forty and decided they needed a hot, short romance to read.

3. Why do readers buy Stormy?

Mainly, because of the reason I listed above. Women want a romance that reflects their situation. Yes, you might be over forty, but that doesn’t mean you don’t want to find love. The majority of readers want to connect with the characters and enjoy seeing how they approach life trials. This is a book written for mature adults.

Buy Stormy by Tina Gayle

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Takeaway Truth

The first of many weekends approaches. Have you selected your weekend read yet?

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