Monday, September 17, 2007

CJ Maxx - Coming Back a Virgin

What's her name?

Lorraine, she wasn’t given a last name by Walter.

Why did you pick that name?

I had used Lorraine in an earlier work in a sensual setting. I liked her then and thought I’d given her a wider role to showcase her talents.

Give us a brief description of how she looks.

She comes from Walter’s pornographic mind. You know she has the perfect body with large breasts, a narrow waist, and perfect legs and hips. In his books he never mentions how beautiful she is. It comes out in this story.

Is there anything unusual about her appearance?

The perfect woman—from a man’s point of view.

Who does she love? Why?

She’s fictional so doesn’t love anyone in the beginning. She does start to fall in love with Walter as she progresses in turning him into a competent writer.

Does this person love her?

At first he lusts after her, then lust turns to love.

Tell us about her family.

No family.

Where is she from?

I answered this question earlier on the blog. It needed to be explained up front or the reader would be somewhat confused.

Does her hometown affect her behavior, thoughts and attitude?

Yes, it does. Her character in Walter’s self-published books is so slutty she can’t get a date up there. She’s upset about that. Her motivation is to teach him to present her in a much more favorable light—a romance heroine.

What does she want out of life?

Her initial goal is to teach him to be a better writer. As that goal is met she wants something else—to come back as a real person.

What's her biggest secret? (Only share if it isn't a spoiler in the story.)

It’s in the title and isn’t really one of her secrets. Walter thinks his character Lorraine will be back. That’s not quite the case.

Did you write more than one story about her?

No, just this one.

How would she describe you?

She loves me. Everything she wanted, she got. (Kind of like my wife.)

Is there anything else about your heroine that we need to know? Feel free to share.

This story is a fantasy. Just keep that in mind that she’s not real—in the beginning. Not too real, anyway.

Please provide your website link.

My website is:

What is the link to buy your book?
It was wonderful to meet her. Thank you for bringing her to meet us.

Thank you. I hope your readers enjoy this book. I had a lot of fun writing it.

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