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Regina Kyle | 20 Questions: HOW NOT TO MESS WITH A MILLIONAIRE
Author Guest / June 8, 2021

1–What is the title of your latest release? HOW NOT TO MESS WITH A MILLIONAIRE 2–What is it about? A sassy American interior designer and a brooding Italian restauranteur engage in a battle of wills over who gets to stay in a villa on the Amalfi Coast that should be big enough for two—but not these two. 3–What do you love about the setting of your book?  It’s Italy. What’s not to love? The food. The wine. The Mediterranean. I wish I was there right now. 4–How did your heroine surprise you?  All of my heroines tend to be spunky, but Zoe might be the feistiest one yet. And she’s super creative when it comes to dreaming up ways to get Dante to vacate the villa. 5–Why will readers love your hero?  He’s a classic alpha wounded hero. He knows how to love deeply but is afraid to go there again. It doesn’t hurt that he’s smoking hot, as Zoe quickly learns when she arrives at the villa and finds him buck naked. Plus there’s that Italian accent. Swoon. 6–What was one of your biggest challenges while writing this book (spoiler-free, of course!)?  Honestly, it was Dante. I’ve never written…

Regina Kyle | You’ve Got To Have Friends
Author Guest / September 26, 2017

Admit it, you’re humming the old Bette Midler song. You’ve got to have friends, the feeling’s oh so strong. You’ve got to have friends, to make the day last long. Those lyrics were definitely running through my mind as I wrote BILLIONAIRE IN HER BED, my first book for Entangled’s Indulgence line. Writing can be a pretty solitary profession, and finding your tribe is essential to maintaining your sanity. I’m lucky to have found a great group of writer friends in the MTBs, my plot group. (No, I’m not telling what that stands for LOL.) They’re the ones who cheer my successes and buck me up when I’m struggling. Brooke Worthington, the heroine in BILLIONAIRE IN HER BED, is lucky, too. She’s found her tribe in the other residents of Candy Court, the chocolate-factory-turned-apartment-building where she lives. There’s the Feinbergs, the elderly couple who lives on the first floor; partners David and Chris, a concert pianist and a ballet dancer; and single mom Charise and her infant son. And when hero Eli Ward shows up, he’s warmly welcomed into the fold. But what they don’t know about Eli may come back to hurt them . . . Some of my…