Sometimes people ask me why I choose to write Romances. First and foremost—I am a fan of love. The initial spark of attraction, the deepening knowledge of each other that feeds the fire, the moment when the warmth of the emotion soaks in soul-deep and they know. I can’t get enough of that.
Second—I am an optimist. Sometimes it’s easy to maintain this outlook. Oftentimes it’s a challenge. I want to spend my time with characters that I know will eventually find their way to a Happily Ever After.
That doesn’t mean I won’t put huge obstacles in their paths first. I want to see my characters face challenges and figure their way out of problems.
And that’s the main reason that I write romance. I want my characters to figure things out, to find their way to the brightest possible future for themselves. I love showing my characters finding their path and the person they want to walk it with.