Thursday, February 21, 2008

Interview with Robin Caroll

Captain's Log, Stardate 02.21.2008

Today I have an interview with romantic suspense author Robin Caroll about her latest novel, Bayou Corruption!

From the back cover:

"Don't let them get away with it, Jacks—"

Those were the sheriff's last words. Left for dead in the middle of the road, Jackson Devereaux's good buddy had slipped into a coma. Well, Jackson wouldn't let them get away with it, once the ace newspaper reporter uncovered who they were.

He'd start with the lovely Alyssa LeBlanc, the only eyewitness to the crime. Problem was, she hated Jackson—why?—as much as she hated being back in the Louisiana bayou.

Unfortunately, the truth lay deep in the bayou's belly. And whether they liked it or not, Alyssa had to lead the way.

Check out my review here

And now, here’s me and Robin!

What's your favorite scene in Bayou Corruption?

Hmmmm...that's hard. I actually have two. One in which Alyssa finds Sheriff Theriot and at the end, at Felicia's party.

If your hero, Jackson, were an animal, what would he be and why?

Jacks IS an great lion with an amazing heart

If your heroine, Alyssa, were a dessert, what would she be and why?

Alyssa would be an eclair....beautiful to look at, but with a surprise inside.

What book(s) are you reading right now?

Reading two, actually. One, Only Uni, which I already read in ms form, but like to see the "finished product." It's just as good as the first time I read it. And just started Mindy Starns Clark's Whispers in the Bayou. Gee, wonder why? LOL But I'm already enjoying the book.

Describe your dream vacation.

My dream vacation? I'd have to say Jamaica, with my hubby. But I'd like my writing buds in nearby condos so while my hubby played golf, I'd be brainstorming oceanside with my friends.

You're off the hotseat! Any parting words?

What I loved most about writing Bayou Corruption was that it took me back home to the bayou, and let me revisit with friends. When writing a series, I felt as if I'd lived alongside my characters in Lagniappe, and writing each book allows me to "catch up" with them.

Thanks for having me, Camy. It's always fun to visit your blog!

Camy here: Thanks for being here, Robin!