Welcome to the Nice Girls Writing Naughty version of the A-Z Challenge! Today’s featured guest author is Jenika Snow.
Get to know Jenika Snow!
Jenika Snow is a USA Today Bestselling Author. She’s been published since 2009, resides in the northwest, and enjoys gloomy, rain-filled days.
Affliction is a romance on the darker side. It’s about a man and woman, who are as different as they come, but are actually more alike then they thought. It’s slightly twisted, definitely unconventional, but under it all there is a love story about two people who harbor the same things.
Now for the crazy interview portion of this interview!
1. What story first hooked you as a reader? What genre do you read most now?
The first story that really hooked me was Dark Lover by J.R. Ward. I remember when it first came out. It was unlike anything I’d ever read before. It wasn’t the first book to introduce me to paranormal, but it was the first one that had me loving the genre.
2. You have more books than I could count on your book page. How many books have you written, and which books/series are your most popular? Which book is your absolute favorite?
Roughly I’ve written 165 books. Although some of those are anthologies and box sets, and most are short stories. I’d say to date my most popular series is my Real Man. The premise of the series is men who are devoted to one woman, and one woman only. They are Real Men through and through. The series is packed with love, but also a lot of heat. I honestly don’t have a favorite book I’ve written. They all hold a special place to me.
3. Your Real Man series has the ultimate in alpha heroes. What traits do your heroes share? Why do you think readers are drawn to alpha heroes?
All of the heroes in my Real Man series are all devoted to that one woman they love. The books are packed with insta-everything, safe form the start, and from page one each Real Man is true, honest, and only loves that one woman.
4. You are pretty well-known for the super sexy cover models on your newest books. Do you choose the photo, then write the book, or vice versa?
I actually have cover images I bought that I don’t have the book written for yet, and have bought an image and have written a book around it.
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