Welcome Guest Author Samanthya Wyatt!

Samanthya WyattI’m pleased to welcome Samanthya Wyatt to the blog today. Samanthya is an author of historical and contemporary romance. Her debut novels released in June. Welcome Samanthya!

Please tell us a little about your story: 

Dark lords are sexy. Every girl dreams of a strong hero and every man wants a sexy woman. The idea of mistaken identity intrigued me and I needed a hook. As I put my story to paper I created conflicts. This is the result.

Morgan Bartholomew Langston, Earl of Whetherford, has finally decided to accept his fate. Tired of dangerous The Right Oneassignments and putting his neck on the line, he has returned to his ancestral home to accept the title of his birthright and produce the required heir. But, when he arrives, he finds his home has been invaded and a female has taken off with his mother’s jewels. Morgan decides the traitorous jade will not get away, so he sets into motion a plan to bring her back. When he abducts the wrong woman, his reaction to her brings him dangerously close to breaking his vow of forbidden emotions.

Katherine Elizabeth Radbourn is a strong, independent woman, and at the age of twenty three is still unwed. In a desperate attempt to find her brother, she is abducted which leads her on a journey to love and mistaken identity. Once she meets her captor, fear and indignation dissipates to an overwhelming awareness. Even though he tells her she is the wrong one, Kat realizes she has finally met a man that—not only she is attracted to—but has awakened her woman’s body. Does he really care for her or does he secretly yearn for the woman she is supposed to be? Uncertainty makes her risk the very man she has given her soul.


Tell us about your future releases? What are you most excited about?

I’ve had such good response with my first historical that Soule Mate Publishing has offered me another contract in the One and Only Series for book #2, “The True One” with a release date as early as December. I better get busy.

What earns a book a place on your keeper shelf, real or virtual?

Any book that captures my attention – a love story in any genre – I LOVE romance.

Who would you cast to play your hero and heroine in an adaptation of your story?

Chris Hemsworth would be great for book #2 as Stephen. But for this one, I’d have to interview—or should I say LOOK – OGLE a score of men. He has to be just right for the dark lord.

If you could live during any era in time, when would that be? Why?

I would love to be in the Regency time period or the Civil War Period. Maybe a southern belle. What young girl wouldn’t love going to a ball, and the wide open space in the country with lots of horses—heavy sigh.

Oh, I love the Civil War era. I used that as a setting for my Secrets & Spies series…growing up in Virginia, you’re immersed in the history.

What’s your all-time favorite movie? Why?

Iron Man. Something about that movie I could watch over, and over, and over again. I love Robert Downey, Jr. and he’s perfect for the part.

Oh, I love that movie! There’s something about Robert Downey, Jr. It’s more than his looks. He’s so charismatic and intelligent. My favorite Robert Downey, Jr. movie is Sherlock Holmes. Just love it!

If you could wake up stranded on a desert island with one celebrity hunk, who would it be? Why?

Liam Neeson. I think he’s a hunk! But I’d love to just talk with him. Deep discussion.

I’d love to listen to his voice…so deep and love the accent.

Thank you for stopping by today, Samanthya. If you’re interested in learning more about Samanthya’s books, check out her website at http://www.samanthyawyatt.com.


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