Desperate to flee the breaking scandal swirling around her ex, event coordinator Claudia Jefferies flies to exotic Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. As if being pampered at an exclusive spa weren't enough, now a drop-dead-gorgeous man is showering her with attention! But Claudia's too smart to get seriously involved, especially with a heartbreaker like Santiago Medina.
If only her heart would listen to her head…. From the moment Santiago spots Claudia, he knows it's more than lust at first sight. And this man is used to getting what he wants. He'll wine and dine the stunning, soft-spoken Southerner with tropical nights of passion she'll never forget.
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NG: Diversity is one of the building blocks of strong storytelling. It is important to show our cities and towns as they are. Like most underrepresented minorities, I grew tired of Caribbean women showing up in mainstream narratives as amusing props with exaggerated accents. My coworkers and friends are young, smart, ambitious women from all over the US, Latin America and the Caribbean. Romantic love is not limited to North American and European cities.
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I grew tired of Caribbean women showing up in mainstream narratives as amusing props with exaggerated accents. LM: How have the readers welcomed these diverse characters? NG: The feedback was very positive. Most importantly, local readers were happy to see Miami depicted in a realistic way. There is no way to set a story in Miami without diversity. LM: The novel covers female sexuality and empowerment, race and culture, and women who defy power structures in a competitive workplace. NG: Romance should be given the same critical weight as any genre.
Falling in love is part of the human experience. And to avoid writing about it because of a misguided stigma is ridiculous. And the authors are surgeons, lawyers, professors.
NG: Absolutely! So many professional women read, review, and follow the careers of romance writers. It provides a great escape from the pressures of work life. Also, writing within a specific genre is often more manageable for working professionals.
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LM: What advice would you give fans of the genre, who would want to write their own romance novels? NG: So much about writing romance is ironing out a scintillating plot. A couple is placed in an impossible situation with exaggerated external conflict and big-time drama. I would advise new writers to also focus on the inner turmoil. Falling in love involves taking a risk, trusting yourself and the other, and learning to negotiate the terms of a relationship. What can we expect out of the second installment in the Miami Dreams series? NG: Like my debut, Unconditionally Mine features real estate.
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