and her book Knockout
J.C. Valentine is the alter-ego of Brandi Salazar, whose enjoyment of tales of romance spurred her to branch out and create her own.
Brandi Salazar lives in the Northwest with her husband, their wild children, and far too many pets. As a university student, she studies literature, which goes well with her dream of becoming an editor. Brandi entertains a number of hobbies including reading and photography, but her first love is writing fiction-in all its forms.
Book: Knockout (Wayward Fighters, 1)
Release Date: April 8, 2014
From the wrong side of the tracks…
Alyson Blake had learned early on that the only one she could depend on was herself. The only light in her life was a boy whom everyone agreed was destined for prison; but with his first kiss, he had set her soul on fire. Since the day the police dragged him away in handcuffs, she had managed to lead a quiet life, but when she attends an event fraught with mayhem, trouble resurfaces.
The one person she can’t forget…
Jamison Weston is the kind of guy dads load their shotguns for; endowed with a hot temper and a rap sheet as long as both tattooed arms. Known as “The Judge,” Jami’s hot temper, lethal fists, and cocky attitude have earned him respect and admiration both in and out of the ring. But just when he thinks he’s pummeled his past to death, Alyson Blake reenters his life.
Two paths collide…
After years of separation, Alyson is eager to reexplore the man who’s never left her thoughts, but for Jamison, she’s both the distraction he wants, but doesn’t need. As the two embark on a relationship that neither of them expected or bargained for, an outside threat closes in. When Alyson crosses the line of professionalism and takes her work home with her, her life is put in danger, leaving Jamison with no choice but to once again step in and become her protector.
1. What movie deserves a sequel?
Pretty in Pink. I always wanted to find out if Blane and Andie stayed together. Did they make it, or were their worlds too different?
2. It’s a rainy Sunday afternoon.
What movie would you want to see on TV? Drop Dead Fred. It’s such a fun and imaginative movie.
3. What is your favorite kind of cereal?
Cinnabons! No milk. A friend once made me eat them with cream cheese, and as weird and disgusting as it may sound, they were actually fantastic. I haven’t had them in years. Do they even make them anymore?
4. How do you like to relax?
To me, there is nothing better than curling up with a good book.
5. What is the scariest scene you remember from a movie as a kid?
Definitely the lady in the bathtub from The Shining. It still scares me to this day and I will skip that part when I know it’s coming.
6. Where is your favorite place to eat?What do you like to order?
Oh, this amazing restaurant called The Elephant Bar. They serve just about everything, from seafood to steaks. My favorite things to order are their tropical cocktail, coconut skewered shrimp, and California salmon rolls. They’re appetizers, but I could make a meal of them!
7. Name a book you suggest everyone must read.
I love so many books, but I think one of my absolute must reads is Poison Princess by Kresley Cole. The world she has created is absolutely amazing and I just can’t get enough of the wonderful characters.
I would like to Thank J.C. for stopping by my blog today with her book Knockout and for answering a couple really fun questions, I loved your answers
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