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Yahrah St. John | Author-Reader Match: INSATIABLE HUNGER
Author Guest / July 7, 2020

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match” where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may fall in love with. It’s our great pleasure to present YAHRAH ST. JOHN!  Writes: I write sexy contemporary romances filled with family drama, intrigue, passion and a cast of unforgettable characters. INSATIABLE HUNGER, Book 3 in Dynasties: Seven Sins series is a sexy contemporary romance set in the fictional town of Falling Brook with a pit stop in the Hampton’s featuring a charismatic hero and a feisty but confused heroine. About: Extroverted author with a penchant for readers who loves soap operas. When I’m not crafting one of my steamy romances, this outgoing diva is either at home cooking a gourmet meal, one of her favorite hobbies. Or she’s traveling the globe with her husband finding the backdrop for her next novel or discovering her next adventure, be it sky diving, parasailing, zip-lining or swimming with the dolphins. What I’m looking for in my ideal reader match: · Must love a strong, sexy hero, typically an Alpha. Though occasionally she’ll dabble with a beta · Must love an independent heroine who has…

Jayci Lee | Exclusive Interview: A SWEET MESS
Author Guest / July 7, 2020

Hi, Jayci! Welcome to Fresh Fiction. Please tell us about yourself and your new book, A SWEET MESS! I’m a fresh, new author and everything still feels surreal to me. This interview for example. I can’t believe I’m being interviewed by Fresh Fiction! So exciting! When I’m not caught up in the awe of being a published author, I write sweet, sensual, and laugh out loud contemporary romance and romantic comedy. I used to be an attorney, but I like my new job quite a bit better. It’s probably because I’m a lover, not a fighter. A SWEET MESS is my rom-com debut, and it has a special place in my heart because it’s the first novel I ever wrote. This story is about Korean-American main characters excelling in non-stereotypical professions, overcoming obstacles, and falling in love. I hope it shows that Asian-Americans make damn good heroes and heroines in romance. I love the set-up of this novel! It’s too funny and all the right (or wrong!) pieces fall into place to create a hilarious reason for Aubrey and Landon to end up spending time together and falling in love. What sparked the idea for this novel? I know something can’t come…