We are happy to welcome Aimee Nicole Walker to talk about her new book,
Nobody’s Prince Charming (Road to Blissville #3)
Check out this fantastic book, read the Interview, an Excerpt…and grab your copy today!
You don’t want to miss this book! 😀
Fire and ice. Oil and water. Vodka and decisions. That’s what Darren McCoy and Wren Davison are: two opposites that shouldn’t mix well. Dare believes in fairy tales, true love, and happily ever after. Wren believes in fast cars, freedom, and no-strings sex. What can these two men possibly have in common? A magnetic pull strong enough to obliterate logic and reason.
For more than a year, Dare and Wren have worked together at the Curl Up and Dye Salon. Dare has pursued the mysterious, brooding man, and Wren has resisted his provocative charm. Then one day, something happens that allows the men to see each other in a new light. Wren learns that Dare hides a heavy heart behind his brilliant smile. Dare realizes that beneath Wren’s gruff exterior beats the heart of a prince.
Passions ignite once the men stop fighting their attraction, but will it be enough to overcome their differences? Is Wren the prince that Dare is looking for? Can Dare teach Wren that true love does exist?
Nobody’s Prince charming is a modern-day fairy tale where some princes ride Harleys, and castle walls are built to scale. It is the third book in the Road to Blissville series but can be read as a standalone book. This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for adults eighteen and over.
~Interview with Aimee Nicole Walker~
Thank you for talking with us and congratulations on the release of Nobody’s Prince Charming!
Thank you so much for having me here!
1. What inspired you to write your new book, Nobody’s Prince Charming?
I first introduced Dare and Wren in Unscripted Love, which was the first book in the Road to Blissville series. These two fellas came into Curl Up and Dye to interview for jobs, and they intrigued me from the very start. Dare was snarky and funny where Wren was mysterious and brooding. I immediately knew that they would have books, but I didn’t know that they were meant for each other until they appeared in A Dye Hard Holiday. I knew next to nothing about their personalities or their backstories, but it was the absolute easiest story I’ve ever written.
2. From Nobody’s Prince Charming, which character was the most challenging to write?
This book flowed from me easier than any I’ve written, so neither character felt particularly challenging. If forced to choose, I’d say that Wren was hardest to write because it’s more difficult for me to write brooding, mysterious characters. That’s the opposite of my natural personality, so I have to dig deeper to embed myself into those characters.
3. What’s the hardest part of being an author?
For me, the hardest part of being an author is stepping away from writing and making time for myself. Self-care is critical, and I’m trying to be kinder to myself.
4. If you were writing a book about your life, what would the title be?
Hold On for Dear Life!
5. How do you celebrate, either once you’ve finished writing a book or when a book is officially released to the public?
I usually celebrate typing “The End!” by taking a relaxing bath that may or may not include a glass of wine or other spirits. As for release day, I sometimes get a pedicure with my daughter or buy something little like a new coffee mug. For Nobody’s Prince Charming, I bought a new cover for my kindle.
6. What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
I have tv nights with my amazing friend and co-author, Nicholas Bella. We watch something on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime and chat about it. I like to do creative things like making DIY bath bombs because a bath and a book is my favorite way to enjoy downtime.
7. What can we expect next from you? What are you working on now?
I just finished book four in the Road to Blissville series featuring Andy and Milo. I anticipate releasing that book early May. I will start book five this week for Memphis and Lyric. I’m also working on collaborations with Nicholas Bella and also Annabella Michaels, who has been a dear friend long before either of us published our first books.
8. What’s your favorite way to connect with readers? Is there anything else you would like to say to your readers?
My favorite way to connect with readers is in my Facebook group. I will share the link below along with the rest of my social media accounts.
My message for my readers: Thank you! Those words may sound simple, but they’re never said nearly enough. Thank you for trusting me, believing in me, and reminding me why I love writing so very much!