Cindy B. Wells

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That thing you won’t remember in the morning

So, what’s that thing I can (99-percent) guarantee you won’t remember in the morning when you open your eyes and look around the room? The answer is in my interview that accompanied Christina Harding’s 5-star review of Hard as Mason. Not only is Christina an author, but she also writes a monthly blog on Romance at Random for Random House.

HardAsMason_ChristinaHarding5-StarReviewI hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. Clearly, mine was rather busy considering I didn’t see this December review on Christina’s blog (it’s also posted on Amazon and Goodreads…thank you, Christina!!) until now, but what a super way to start off 2015!

Oh, and if you do read the interview, you’ll notice I had “planned” on releasing the second Mason book by now. I had conducted this interview months ago–long before winter, or fall for that matter–and my plans have changed. Much to the chagrin of my readers, I’m holding off for a bit. Let’s just say I’m working on something that Continue reading

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David Gandy’s participation in the Sultry Tides series

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David Gandy for Esquire Singapore by Tomo Brejc

If ever there was a perfect image to reflect a scene from Hard as Mason, it would have to be this photo of David Gandy. As I write the second book of the Sultry Tides series, I can’t help but think of this super stud model’s image as the embodiment of Mason’s character.

Yes, I confess, Mr. Gandy is my celebrity crush…and why the hell not? It’s difficult not to swoon when looking into his eyes. Frankly, I don’t think I’d be able to speak if I ever met the man. I might feel weak in the knees like Laura did when Mason…oh, you’ll have to read the book to find out what happened.

I write contemporary romance because it is downright fun; especially when imagining someone like Mr. Gandy in a sexy scene accented by bodies colliding, passionate kisses, and guttural moans. You must admit, he serves as perfect muse to inspire words to flow; words, quickened pulse, tingling sensations…*sigh* (whoops, hubby just walked into the room. Back to the scene…)

Okay, so I know David has blue eyes, but damn, don’t they look green in this photograph?… Just like Mason’s gorgeous eyes. Add the sweater on the handsome Mr. Gandy, and…well, read the following excerpt from Hard as Mason, and you’ll understand what I mean.

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