What’s your heat level? by Marian Lanouette

What are you reading. I’m reading Coda to Murder by J.Q. Rose.


I’m writing my first full romance. Yes, my books have romance in them but they are primarily mysteries with romantic elements or romantic suspense stories.


I’ve had this idea in my head for a long time. Last Sunday I started transferring it to paper. And let me tell you the words are flowing. In two and half days of working on the story I already wrote fifteen thousand words. I can’t keep my hands still.




So this got me to thinking, how hot is hot?


The heat level? I’m going to call this story steamy. It’s that magical moment when two people realized their attraction and how it plays out. Close your eyes and imagine that first rush of lust when you saw your love. That feeling that kept your nerves on end for months if not years.


Do you feel it?


Good, that’s what writing and completing a story feels like to a writer. This latest one, has me going back in time, feeling the rush of that first love/lust for that special man. Can it survive that feeling? I know it can, but it does change overtime. Becomes more solid, soothing and even comfortable and yes passionate.


I hope when you read a story you experience all these feelings and more. Then I know as authors we did our jobs.


Happy reading!


About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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3 Responses to What’s your heat level? by Marian Lanouette

  1. malanouette says:

    Good morning folks. I’m interested in what heat level you read at. Please share.

  2. jacqueline buchanan says:

    Boo, I was lusting for a chapter after all that foreplay

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