The ‘Love in the Hills of the Headwaters Series’ will bring you stories you can relate to; people you can connect with; and love you can believe in.
Love in the Hills of the Headwaters Book 3
by Tricia Daniels
Genre: Small Town Romance, Light Supernatural
I’ve had intuitive moments since I was a little girl. My siblings don’t seem to share the gift, if you can call it that. If they do, they’ve kept it a secret. When I was a teenager, my overthinking complicated things. I avoided Alex for more than seventeen years because of it. I made some bad decisions back then because I never really understood my gift until I was older. As the stars finally align, the universe pushes us back together and a new destiny begins to unfold. Twists and turns in the road being laid out before us will force us to face our fears and insecurities. And this time I sense Alex and I aren’t the only ones with unfinished business.
His strong hands explore my body over silk and lace until nothing, but the touch of skin on skin will sate his growing desire. A low feral growl prompts my lashes to flutter open.
He gets to his feet, his eyes widening like a predator locked on his prey. “Upstairs. First door on the right. I’ve been waiting seventeen years for this, and if I have to wait one more second, I will rip you out of that five-hundred-dollar dress.”
I don’t waste a moment, aware that he’s a half step behind me as I climb the stairs. When I reach the bedside, I sweep my hair to the side and glance at him over my shoulder. As he accepts my invitation, the warmth of his breath on my neck heightens my arousal. Anticipation resonates in the air around us as he slowly unzips me. It’s what we’ve both been longing for.
My dress falls to the floor, and he forces me to turn and face him. He takes a long, appreciative look at my body. I feel both vulnerable and empowered at the same time. I force my lips against him, deepening the kiss and stoking desire as I breathe in his air.
“Why are you still standing?” he growls, sweeping me off my feet and tossing me onto the bed.
Refusing to Expire
Love in the Hills of the Headwaters Book 2
Many years after a failed marriage Tori comes to the shocking realization that all her online dating relationships seem to have a ‘best before’ date. Until she meets Roger Ford, a kind and caring man, with just enough protective alpha to make a woman feel appreciated and loved. The moment they meet and he gazes into her enchanting, green eyes, he falls hard. Everything just seems to fit. Well, almost everything. Roger may not be the perfect man, but he is no quitter, and he’s determined to prove it. ‘Refusing To Expire’ flows from serious and heartbreaking to a wistful and hilarious journey of two hearts ready to love again and the blending of families.
Behind the Tangerine Door
Love in the Hills of the Headwaters Book 1
‘Behind the Tangerine Door’ there was mystery, there was tragedy, and there was love. Journey home to Mono Mills with Cora Scott and uncover the secrets her grandparents kept for many years. While you’re visiting, try not to fall in love with Ben, he’s not your typical boy next door. His bossy nature and sarcastic sense of humour will challenge you at every turn. Home with family is where he belongs and he’ll never leave the hills of the headwaters. When sentimental childhood memories and international career opportunities collide, Cora is left with the difficult decision of pursuing her dreams or following her heart.
Tricia Daniels was born and raised in the suburbs of Toronto, Ontario. 30 years ago, she moved to a small town in the Hills of the Headwater where she raised three sons as a single mother. The happily-ever-after she thought she would never have took her by surprise when she met her one great love, later in life. Love changes everything and Tricia Daniels strives to bring you love stories you can relate to.
What are your top 10 favorite books/authors?
I couldn’t name only ten books but my top authors that I fangirl over and read everything they publish are Samantha Young, Shayla Black, and Christina Lauren,
What book do you think everyone should read?
Beautiful Bastard by Christina Lauren
How long have you been writing?
Almost ten years, but I’m slow at new releases because I’m still grinding away at the nine to five.
What kind of research do you do before you begin writing a book?
Usually none, if I need to research it’s always on the fly. Or after a beta reader tells me I’m wrong.
Do you see writing as a career?
Not at the moment, but when I can afford to retire I would definitely do it full time.
What do you think about the current publishing market?
It’s Overwhelming and frustrating at times.
Do you read yourself and if so what is your favorite genre?
I haven’t had time to read for enjoyment in a long time. I do love romance.
Do you prefer to write in silence or with noise? Why?
I need absolute silence or I get too distracted.
Do you write one book at a time or do you have several going at a time?
I currently have several ideas for stories sketched out, but I only write them one at a time.
Tell us about a favorite character from a book.
Ian from Outlander. Wait, I only watched it on Netflix, was he in the book?
Describe your writing style.
Intense at times with funny moments to break up the tension. I don’t spend a lot of time on the narrative. Apparently I love to talk to much.
What makes a good story?
Something that keeps everyone guessing.
What are common traps for aspiring writers?
I wouldn’t say it’s a trap but if you plan on a series or a trilogy, do yourself a favor and write the entire thing. Then release it in planned times but don’t keep readers waiting for the next one. They get tired of waiting and sometimes move on and forget about the next part of the story.
What is your writing Kryptonite?
My boyfriend watching TikTok videos about trucks on the other side of the couch.
Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?
I think my stories are original. One day I’d like to write what the readers want. Maybe an MC or Rockstar.
How long on average does it take you to write a book?
Months it seems.