'TO TEMPT A BRIDE' INSIDE NEWS
Sometimes, I get carried away. I once got so enraptured describing a rainy day, that I wrote four pages of rain. Just rain. My editor at the time made me take out three of those soggy pages. But you know? I miss them.
In TO TEMPT A BRIDE, I became fascinated with a villianess. I put her in many scenes as a counterpoint to my heroine. I really was both repelled and delighted with her. My editor was less than delighted. She said: "a little bit of this lady goes a long way." We took out a lot of her scenes, and I must admit, less was more of her.
(By the way, can you guess which of my early books started with the rainiest day in regency romance?)