Random Fact 1:
I wanted to be a famous country singer. I spent twelve years of my life chasing that dream.
Random Fact 2:
I love musicals. All of them! I will drive people around me crazy if one is on television because I have to sing along.
Random Fact 3:
I hate bugs. I will scream like a two year old if one gets near me. Seriously they are nasty little things and I can’t stand the thought of one touching me.
Random Fact 4:
The first book I ever wrote, A Night at Tears of Crimson, was actually written from my dream lover. I was fifteen when he first started visiting me in dreams, that pervert!
Random Fact 5:
I love researching medical journals which ends up making me a hypochondriac. Not really, but I can tell you what horrible diseases you may have from your mild symptoms!
Can a virgin be a whore? I guess it depends on your definition of the word. Working a minimum wage job, I was struggling to save up money for college. Things were tight but I was managing to scrape by. At least I had a roof over my head, right? Wrong. My mother was moving on to husband number five and decided to sell the house without giving me notice. The bank took care of that with a thirty-day grace period.
Taylor Ross walked into the coffee shop where I worked and offered me the perfect solution. His father was a regular customer and apparently thought highly enough of my service to mention me in his will. I couldn’t just take money but when offered me a job with a great salary including room and board, how could I refuse? I didn’t know at the time just what services Taylor thought I’d offered his father.
He wanted me to embrace my inner whore and in return my financial worries would be over. There was only one problem. I had no idea what that meant. Taylor was willing to train me, so the only real question was what was I willing to do to have everything my heart desired?
Michelle Hughes began her career in writing as a paranormal romance author. In 2009 she released her first book, A Night at Tears of Crimson. In 2011 she was hit with an idea for a romance that had nothing to do with vampires and readers seemed to relate more to the alpha male and virgin romances, so she continued along that line.
Prior to a career in writing she was a singer/songwriter who performed all over the US with a satellite syndicated talent showcase as their host. Michelle lives in Alabama with her husband and five children. Writing is her second love with family always being first. If you’d like to find out more about Michelle, please visit her links.