Please welcome author Rhonda Lee Carver!
Please tell us a little about yourself.

At an early age, Rhonda fell in love with romance novels, knowing one day she’d write her own love story. Life took a short detour, but when the story ideas would no longer be contained, she decided to dive in and write. Her first rough draft was on a dirty napkin she found buried in her car. Eventually, she ran out of napkins. With baby on one hip and laptop on the other, she made a dream into reality—one word at a time.

Her specialty is men who love to get their hands dirty and women who are smart, strong and flawed. She loves writing about the everyday hero.

When Rhonda isn't crafting sizzling manuscripts, you will find her busy editing novels, blogging, juggling kids and animals (too many to name), dreaming of a beach house and keeping romance alive. Oh, and drinking lots of coffee to keep up with her characters.



How long have you been a published writer?
My first book released in 2011.

How long does it take you to write a book?
From beginning to end, about a month.

What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
I write a few chapters then go back and edit, adding content as I go. I do this from beginning to end, and then polish it.

What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books? That there’s always room to grow and learn, no matter how many books you have under your belt.

You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why? Passion. A cross between blue and lavender.

We finish the interview and you step outside and find a lottery ticket that ends up winning $10 million. What would you do?
Pay off my bills. Make sure my momma is well taken care of. Set up a savings account for my kids. And buy an ocean front property.

What was the last gift you gave someone?
We have a homeless man who owns a dog here in town. Every Sunday I give him dog food and a few food items for himself.

What’s the last thing you watched on TV and why did you choose to watch it? Hallmark Christmas Movies. Because they are nostalgic.

What’s your favorite dish to cook?
(Feel free to share the recipe)
 
Lemony Buttered Noodles. Simple yet so, so good.

Boil egg noodles until tender. Drain. Add butter, lemon pepper seasoning, salt, and parmesan cheese. And that’s it! This is a recipe that’s easy and tasty.

Please tell us about your book that we are showcasing today-
  
Hugh’s Chase (#5, Saddles & Second Chances)

She has trust issues, he’s wrapped up in his job…and together they define trouble.

Sheriff Hugh Jericho likes his job, but he doesn’t like messy and that describes Adira Miles. When she is sentenced to community service and she becomes his responsibility, things get messy. 

Since walking away from her ex, Adira has been on the run—running from a past that haunts her. Up until now, she’s done a good job at sedating the demons, but the sexy Sheriff has a knack at finding each and every one of them. He offers her things she has never known—kindness and adoration. A future. What’s a girl to do but give in?

As the two become closer, each helping the other close doors to the past and open them to the future, Hugh comes to grips with his love for Adira. To keep her in Colton though, he must help her learn to trust him completely...and he must show her that she doesn’t need a man, she needs a champion. 

Murder and mayhem threaten to unravel the small town and they’ll both face turmoil, in their hearts and in the community. But he’ll risk his own life to offer her peace…





https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076PNWCV2

“Oh, so now you want to hear? Not at the station?” The tone to her voice told him she wasn’t happy and he didn’t blame her. No one liked run-ins with the law. “He made me angry.”

“I’m not sure how you city folks handle things, but we usually don’t go around hitting people when we’re angry.”

“I don’t know how you cowboys handle things here in Texas, but where I’m from men don’t take liberties with women. No means no. And should I remind you how you punched Urban because you were angry?”

“That’s different.” He stopped. She paused and looked at him in confusion. “What did Reed do?” 

“I had asked him several times over the last month for an interview for the documentary with Urban, but he declined every time. Finally, when we stopped filming, he decided he wanted to give me an interview. Johnny and I went to his house. At first, Reed seemed friendly and had a field day talking about himself and how much he hates the Jericho men. When the camera shut off and Johnny stepped outside, Marshall Reed thought he’d flash that Gremlin-like smile and I’d fall at his snakeskin boots. I told him no and a man like him thinks he has enough money to do what he wants, and how he wants. He touched me and it was my first reaction to defend myself. Sure, maybe I shouldn’t have punched him, but he shouldn’t have continued to make advances after I made it clear that I wasn’t interested and wanted to leave.”

Hugh swiped a palm down his cheek as anger raced through him. This wouldn’t be the first time Reed didn’t understand boundaries. “Touch you? Did he—?”

“No, he didn’t go that far, but he had his hands on me.” Her pale blue eyes turned a shade darker.

He had a lot of respect for a woman who didn’t take any shit from a man. Growing up, Hugh and his brothers had been taught that a decent man was supposed to act respectful. “You’ll have your chance to tell the Judge everything.” Hugh opened the door of the bed and breakfast. The rain was still coming down hard.

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At an early age, Rhonda fell in love with romance novels, knowing one day she’d write her own love story. Life took a short detour, but when the story ideas would no longer be contained, she decided to dive in and write. Her first rough draft was on a dirty napkin she found buried in her car. Eventually, she ran out of napkins. With baby on one hip and laptop on the other, she made a dream into reality—one word at a time.

Her specialty is men who love to get their hands dirty and women who are smart, strong and flawed. She loves writing about the everyday hero.

When Rhonda isn't crafting sizzling manuscripts, you will find her busy editing novels, blogging, juggling kids and animals (too many to name), dreaming of a beach house and keeping romance alive. Oh, and drinking lots of coffee to keep up with her characters.

GIVEAWAY! I’ll give away three of my ebooks—winners’ choice of ebooks to one random commenter. 
 


Comments

Misty Dawn
11/28/2017 8:19am

I love her books! The heroes are sexy and the heroines are strong and sassy.

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Teresa Fordice
11/28/2017 8:23am

Rhonda's book are so good - I am always waiting on the next one!!

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Debbie Collins
11/28/2017 9:49am

I loved all the Jericho men, Hugh's Chase is next on my list. I know it will be a great book, I just hate to see this series end!

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Christine LaCombe
11/28/2017 1:42pm

I love Rhonda's books. I have read the first 3 of the Jericho brothers so far and loved them. I have also read her Nirvana series and loved them also. Love your interview. Hugh's Chase sounds really exciting.

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11/29/2017 1:47pm

I have read almost all Rhonda's books and they are fantastic. Love the interview I am just getting to read it today. Nirvana series is awesome and they are my favorites!!!! LOL

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Emily Kirkpatrick
12/01/2017 11:47am

Love Rhonda's books. Hugh's Chase is waiting on my wishlist in hopes I get money for books soon. Thanks for the chance!

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