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of more than 23 erotic romance titles. She writes science fiction,
contemporary, and paranormal erotic romance. No matter what the subgenre, one
thing remains constant: her emphasis on character-driven seriously hot erotic
stories with sizzling chemistry between the hero and heroine. Cara has lived
many places in the United States, but currently lives in Missouri with her
husband. She has two grown stepkids. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading
Welcome, Cara. Please tell us about your
planets of the galaxy are threatened by terrorists. Kai Andros is a cyborg
operative (spy) who goes undercover as android on the enemy’s space station.
His mission is to get the intel that will bring down the reclusive terrorist
leader. When he discovers that the enemy general intends to kill his own
daughter, he’s forced to choose between his mission and saving her life.
Gather the intel on the terrorist organization. Get out.
Innocent. Ignorant of her father’s atrocities. And marked for death.
he did. He went off-mission.
Operations and the terrorists to save the woman he loves?
erotic sci-fi romance between a man with a mission and a woman with a secret
that jeopardizes their lives and the fate of the galaxy.
What inspired you to write this book.
man, part computer/machine and are the ultimate alpha male. But when they meet
their Ms. Right, they fall hard. In most other sci-fi romances, cyborgs are
created by an evil government who use them as soldiers and force them to fight.
I wanted to offer something different. My cyborgs are rough and tough, but they
are operatives, spies who are fighting to save the galaxy from terrorism, which
was inspired by present day threats.
Excerpt from Mated with the Cyborg:
as she headed for the general’s receiving room. People glanced at R981, but the
android could have been alone for all the notice they paid her. Her veil seemed
to render her invisible.
passed since the last summons. Why had her father called her? Nervousness
slickened her palms, and she had to concentrate to avoid wiping them and
leaving a telltale stain on her clothing. The only thing worse than being
afraid was showing it. At least her voluminous skirt hid her wobbling knees.
Outside her father’s fortified headquarters, she halted and took a deep breath.
I can do this. I can do this.
stilted, but gravelly voice. No other android had vocals like his. His rumbling
tone vibrated through her in a most disturbing way.
a flaw. Flaws were punished. Although R981 was assigned to her, he had been
programmed to report misbehavior and anomalies to her father.
blinked once. “I detect pupil constriction, increased perspiration and
respiration, which indicate fear.”
full diagnostic. How long has it been since your last maintenance overhaul?”
weeks ago. I do not require maintenance for another fifty-five point four
pulled open the door, making it clear he served her father. Just like the other
What exciting story are you working on
Cy-Ops Sci-fi romance. It will be Dale Homme’s story. He’s a secondary
character in Mated with the Cyborg,
but is such a cool guy, he needed his own book. Although I plan to focus on
sci-fi romance in 2016, in February, I’ll have a “sooper sekrit” short BDSM romance
that will come out in an anthology. To catch both books, sign up for my
When did you first consider yourself a
remember that once it actually was hard to announce, “I am a writer.” I was a
journalism and PR professional before I became author. I’ve been writing
fiction for more than 20 years, but I’ve only been writing erotic romance since
2009. Mated with the Cyborg is my 23rd book.
Do you write full-time? If so, what’s
your work day like? If not, what do you do other than write and how do you find
time to write?
grab a cup of coffee and hit the computer. I answer email, respond to comments
on my blog, check Facebook, etc. for about an hour, and then I start to write.
I’ll work until about 9 a.m. when I break for breakfast and a shower. By 10:30
a.m., I’m back at the computer. I work until about 4 p.m, with a half-hour
break for lunch.
What would you say is your interesting
room with me. That’s why my husband and I no longer share a home office. Lol.
As a child, what did you want to be when
you grew up?
high, I wanted to be teacher. After that, I thought about interior decorator,
private investigator, and biologist. By the time I was filling out my college
applications, I fortunately realized I loved to write most of all. I chose
journalism because it involved writing. I became a newspaper reporter and then
PR professional. However, being a romance author is the BEST gig in the world.
I love it.
Anything additional you want to share
with the readers?
you for buying and reading my books and for all the reviews you write. I do
read them and I do evaluate the criticism I’ve received and have made some
changes in what I write based on what some readers have said. Second, although
Cy-Ops is a series, each book can be read as a stand-alone. You don’t have the
read the books in order. Third, I have another sci-fi romance series: Breeder.
It’s “edgier” than Cy-Ops, and may not be for everyone, but it’s quite
compelling. The books are Breeder, Terran, and Warrior. You should read that
series in order.