Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

Tectonic shifts!

Hello there everyone!

Today I’m musing on the way a story idea can ping up clear as a bell and then by the time you’re finished…it’s a totally different beast (or, in this case, love affair!).

That’s what happened when Amalie Berlin, Tina Beckett, Amy Ruttan and I began to pine for one another after the glowing tans from the days with our Hot Latin Docs began to fade.

What could we write about now, we mused?

The answer was obvious. Firemen in Canada. Sexy right? We thought so, too. And then as we began the back and forth with our editors – we pinged all the way across the globe to Greece and put our doctors at the fore of a huge earthquake on the island of Mythelios (that was an amazing name Amy came up with!).

Have you ever had an idea that comes to you and then the nurse becomes a princess, the blue accent wall becomes neon pink or the handbag dog becomes a Great Dane?

It happens to me alllllll the time. Does that make me fickle, or well-placed to get some kismet rays beaming through my life?

Either way – we now have four sizzling hot Greek Doctors…all very single and all unsuspecting that each of their lives is about to change.

Happy reading everyone!

PS – I’m off to Rome this week – can’t WAIT to tell you all about it. What do you think the chances are that my next hero is going to be Italian?

5 thoughts on “Tectonic shifts!”

  1. Hi Annie

    Oh I am going to love these stories I do have a big weekness for Greeks and can’t wait to start reading them, I love the way ideas come to authors so as us readers can lose ourselves in stories set far and wide. Have a great time in Rome and yes bring on that Italian hero 🙂

    Have Fun

    1. Woohooo! So glad. We’ve had our first pizza and first bottle of wine so the trip is officially under way! We’re off to a hidden palazzo today. Does our new hero lie in wait…..? x Annie

  2. Envious of you heading to Rome! I’ve been feeling seriously restless and in need of an excursion, and can’t think of anywhere better than Italy.

    Love the hunky Greeks, with yours being, in my opinion, the hunkiest of the four. Does make me feel slightly uncomfortable to say that, though, since he looks like he’s about the same age as my 24 year old son 😉 Safe travels! xoxo

    1. Ha! I know what you mean Robin. He’s a hottie but there is a significant chance I could’ve given birth to him! The trip has/is great – come on over!!!!! I can totally recommend the electric bike tours! x

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