Blitz: Reckless Longing (Reckless Book 1) by Gina Robinson

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The Inspiration for Reckless Longing

Reckless Longing is my first new adult romance. I had a blast writing it. I love romance, mystery, and suspense and write historical and contemporary romance as well. But I’m best known for my funny romantic suspense novels about spies. Readers always want to know where I come up with my zany ideas. My husband, who’s always my first reader, knows where I get my ideas and recognizes things from our lives when he reads my books. I’ll often hear him laughing at something when he’s reading one of my manuscripts for the first time. And, of course, he’s supposed to be laughing at my funny spy romances, but many times I’ll catch him laughing during the serious parts. When I accuse him of this egregious sin, he shrugs it off saying he sees the inspiration behind the scene. To him, it’s an inside joke. So the short answer to where I get my ideas is—from everyday life and everywhere. But for Reckless Longing, I have a specific answer.

This spring I did a book signing on campus at the student bookstore at my alma mater during Mom’s Weekend. Moms and daughters and moms and sons crowded the campus. Lots of moms and daughters, and a few brave sons humoring their moms, wore matching Mom’s Weekend sweatshirts or T-shirts. Most moms looked, for lack of a better word, momly. But as I took a walking tour of campus, I encountered a different kind of mom—the mom who thought she was still a hot college coed herself and was clearly in competition with her own daughter for the guys’ attention. An interesting aside—I’ve heard that more condoms and beer are sold during Mom’s Weekend than any other weekend.

I remember clearly standing at the edge of Greek Row. Even though it was April, the temperature was only thirty-nine degrees with a stiff icy wind and blowing snow. I was bundled in a coat, gloves, and sweatshirt. But walking down Greek Row on three-inch stilettos in the middle of the afternoon were a matching mother and daughter pair. They were each wearing skintight black leather skirts, tight white blouses and cropped leather jackets. They had identical hairstyles of flowing brown hair that fell past their shoulders and their makeup was meticulously applied and geared toward clubbing. Both were clearly on the make. And the idea for Ellie and her man-crazy mother was born. A mother who will compete with her daughter for everything and try to hold onto her youth after it has long since slipped away.

So that was the seed, the story germ for the Reckless trilogy which kicks off with Reckless Longing. But there’s much, much more to Ellie’s story and romance with the hot, mysterious Logan Walker.Her relationship with her mom is only the catalyst that gets the story going.I hope you’ll read the series to see where the story goes from there.

I love hearing from readers. You can connect with me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GinaRobinsonAuthor

Or Twitter at https://twitter.com/ginamrobinson

If you’d like to know when the second book of the series, Reckless Secrets, will be available, you can sign up for my new release newsletter either on Facebook or on the homepage of my website, http://ginarobinson.com.

Happy Reading!

Gina

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