Thanks for having me at Fresh Fiction! I¬Āfm delighted to be
here and chat about one of the elements from my latest release, DEADLOCK
(June 25)! What strikes me most about my hero and heroine is that they begin
from a place of high-stakes mistrust. One wrong move might get either of them killed. What¬Āfs
more tantalizing than a couple so overcome with need for each other that they throw all
caution to the wind to be together? I love it. And so I present you, in no certain order, my Top
5 enemies-to-lovers romances.
COURT OF MIST AND FURY by Sarah J. Maas
It¬Āfs hard to say too much about this one without spoilers, so
consider this your warning! I was simply floored at how masterfully Maas took a character who
seemed to be a villain from the previous book and turned him into a hero. Amazing. (A COURT
OF THORNS AND ROSES is required reading to get the full impact of this one, but it¬Āfs fabulous
WALLBANGER by Alice Clayton
When you can hear your neighbor¬Āfs, erm, very frequent
nocturnal activities through the thin wall separating your bedrooms, how can you face him?
This is the dilemma in which Caroline finds herself after she moves into her new apartment.
Smoking hot and freaking hilarious. What more could you ask for?
BEAUTIFUL BASTARD by Christina Lauren
I simply adore these ladies. And this is a super-hot office
romance that will satisfy your appetite for banter. Maybe Bennett and Chloe have more of a
love-hate relationship, rather than being outright enemies, but still worth a mention here! Love
TROPHY WIFE by
Imagine that the enemy is your husband, a man you know
very little about when you accept his outrageous proposal. Or is he really the enemy? I adore
the way Torre makes none of her characters perfect, yet you root for them all the same.
AND PREJUDICE by Jane Austen
Because how can this one be left off? It¬Āfs a classic and a
master class on this trope, all on its own. Enough said.
And that¬Āfs it for me! Be sure to check out DEADLOCK if you
like romantic suspense, mistaken identity, hackers, and high-stakes romance! What are some
of your favorites featuring animosity that blossoms into love?
Hacker World #1
Discover New York Times bestselling author Cherrie Lynn¬Āfs exciting new series, featuring a
team of elite military hackers who will do whatever it takes to protect their country and the
women who enter their dark and dangerous world.
Ex–Air Force hacker Jace Adams is the best at what he does. There isn¬Āft a system he can¬Āft
infiltrate or a country his team can¬Āft topple. But when he finds Lena Morris, the woman he
hates most in the world, on his doorstep, the last thing he wants to do is help her. Or is it really
Lindsey Morris can¬Āft believe her twin sister, Lena, is missing, with only a cryptic text to find
the man Lena once betrayed. But as easy as Jace is to look at, getting him to agree to help her
find her sister is a lot harder. He refuses to put his team at risk, until they find out the enemy
they¬Āfre facing may be one they have in common¬Āc
As Lindsey and Jace race against the clock to save her sister, their shaky truce begins to
morph into a fire they can't control. But their lack of trust might be exactly what gets them
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Cherrie Lynn is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of
the Ross Siblings and Larson Brothers series of spicy-hot romance novels. If her parents are
to be believed, she¬Āfs been writing since before she can remember. Through her formative
years, her scribblings evolved from epic graphic novels about dragons and unicorns to middle
school angst-inspired teen soap operas to scorching hot love stories once she discovered her
mom¬Āfs romance novels.
She adores electronic gadgets, heavy metal, gaming, horror movies¬Āceverything you wouldn¬Āft
really expect a country girl to love. She and her hubby are frequently found hitting the road to
Dallas (or Houston or San Antonio or Little Rock or wherever!) to catch their favorite rock acts
live, but she¬Āfs much too fragile to go near a mosh pit.
Cherrie writes sexy contemporary and paranormal romances. She¬Āfs all about strong, caring,
sometimes wicked heroes and sensitive heroines with a streak of sass.
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