From Toni: In my new book, "One Reckless Summer," (Book 1, Destiny Series) Jenny Tolliver is a lifelong “good girl” who returns to her hometown of Destiny after a painful divorce to regroup and figure out what’s next for her in life. She has no idea that next big thing will be the town’s ultimate bad boy, Mick Brody, who no one has seen for the past dozen years. But when Jenny and Mick meet in the woods one night, two worlds literally collide, and Jenny is soon drawn into a very reckless summer – not only romantically, but in other ways, too.
As a lifelong good girl myself, I can tell you that there’s more to most of us goodie goodies than meets the eye. And that every now and then, we break out of our safe little shells and do something unexpected and maybe even a little bit wild. When Jenny does this, she does it in a very big, dramatic way, which made her loads of fun to write about.
But whether big or small, my question for you today is: Did you ever have a reckless summer? Or even a reckless weekend, or a reckless night? And if so, were there any repercussions? Did you have any regrets? Would you do it again if you had the chance? If you never had a wild, reckless experience, do you wish you had? And what would it be?
I hope you find this topic as juicy as I do, and that maybe it will whet your appetite to pick up a copy of "One Reckless Summer." If you want to learn more or read an excerpt, just visit my website at www.ToniBlake.com. You can also find links there to me at MySpace, Facebook, Goodreads – all the hot hangouts (except Twitter, because a girl has to draw the line somewhere if she’s going to find time to write books) – and if you want to join on my online reader group, just click here. We’d love to see you there!
Meanwhile, I can’t wait to hear about your own personal reckless summer!
***Toni, many of the Bellas, about 300 romance lovers and I will be heading this weekend to the Lori Foster/Dianne Castell Reader & Writer Get-Together! We'll say hi to everyone for you, and try to get some dish, too!