Magen Fox as Roxy Garrison
Danny and Lily Pino as Eloy and Emilia Borrero
William Levy as Blair Borrero
The way my body thrummed when he touched me, made me chase the high that was Blair past any moral compass I had even known. I was so far gone that I lost every bit of myself… every bit of the girl from the country. In every moment that stole my heart and every moment that made my body and mind spiral out of control, I lost myself even more. I simply lived for him and in him. I craved him like nothing I had ever experienced and I loved him beyond compare.
Ever wonder... If an author was to choose their perfect line-up for their characters who they would choose? Well, wonder on further. Kay Lindy's fantasy cast for Love of Deception.
Isla Fisher as Frances
Have you ever attended a signing? If so, which was your favorite and why?
I will be attending my first book signing in February. I am super excited about the signing; it is in Sacramento on the Delta Queen. The Delta Queen is a historical stream boat.
Where are you from and where do you live now?
I grew up in Sisters, Oregon, a tiny town in the high desert of Oregon. Currently, I live in Central California.
Let’s be honest: we all do it. Which of your books is your favorite?
Well since I am writing my second book to the series that is a hard question to answer. However, I can say that I am way more excited about the second book.
What does your family think about your decision to become an author?
My little ones think it is glamorous. It’s funny to hear them talk to people about their mom being an author.
What is the craziest thing someone has said to you as an author?
I think that would have to be censored. Let’s face it writing romance can open you up to some extreme characters.
What is your number one pet peeve when it comes to stereotypical “author questions?”
It has to be the perception that your characters are based on someone. NO, I have not written anyone into a book. Well, Except for one character and that person is a willing participate to the development of her character.
What was your most intense interaction with a fan?
I once had a fan message me her reaction to my book while she read it. It was the best experience I have had as an author to date. It is one thing to have someone say they enjoyed your book when they are finished reading the story, but to have someone give you a play by play of their emotions, priceless.
Tell us about your writing ritual? What does it take to get you “in the zone?”
I write lounging on my couch with a bag of sunflower seeds. I choose to let the characters drive the story-line. I begin with three basic things: Main character’s names, the issue, and the fall out. The rest is written comes as the story progresses.
Where do you work and what does your space look like? Cluttered? Tidy? Anything whacky?
I typically will end up with a dog or two curled up in my lap.
If you could bring back one fashion fad from any point in history, what would it be?
Sliver Tab jeans… Where did they go?
What is your favorite genre to read?
I love to read romance and crime stories.
How do you unwind in your down time?
Well, I don’t typically have down time. Between working full time, managing three children, and writing. I am on the go 24/7, but when I say , “TIME OUT!”, I love to fish and go c camping.
This or That
DC or Marvel?
Beer or Liquor?
Irish Whiskey on the rocks, please
Early Bird or Night Owl?
Depends on what activities are happening.
Music or Movie?
Music…all kinds of music.
Hit the gym or hit the beach?
The gym. Even though I haven’t been in over a year.
The glass: half full or half empty?
Ok, ok, I will call myself out on this one. I would love to say half full, but I am really a half empty kinda person. I like to plan for the worst and expect the best. AND if the worst occurs then at least we have a game plan.
Feathers or leather?
Feathers, LOL. Leather is meant for riding motorcycles ONLY!
Dr. Frankenfurter or Janet Weiss?
Umm, from my Google search I believe this references Rocky Horror, I have never seen this.
What is your favorite period in history?
Let’s go with… 50’s. People were totally deprived, but they still had good morals.
Make and model of your favorite car?
BMW McLaren MP4. Yes, this is the same car in Fearing Love.
Favorite movie meant for someone under the age of 15?
If you are asking 15 year old Kay… she would say, “Friday”. If you are asking grown-up Kay she would say, “Hell NO! Friday is not appropriate for a 15 year old! Let’s watch anything Disney.”
What is the best piece of classic literature?
Really? What a question for a reader/writer.
Each work I have read touches me in a different way. I can’t pick one.
What is your favorite trait in a partner?
Physical trait: eyes. Personality trait: Funny
What is your favorite guilty pleasure song?
Please Don’t Go by New Kids on the Block
Who is your favorite television icon?
AAHH, I can’t make a decision.Worst of:
Who is your least favorite super hero?
What is the most annoying thing your significant other does/could do?
I hate it when he clicks his teeth
What class did you hate the most in school?
Who is your least favorite reality TV star?
I hate reality shows
What is the worst sound on the planet?
Someone blowing their nose.
What is your least favorite body part?
Feet, completely gross.Wrap it Up
Tell us one thing you find yourself saying far too often.
“I know, right!”
What do you consider to be your biggest flaw?
I am a control freak.
What would you consider to be your best trait?
What would your best friend say your biggest flaw is?
Having to be right
What would your best friend say your best trait is?
If you could pass on one message to the next generation, what would it be?
Find passion in something… ANYTHING!
What is your personal motto?
Self improvement is a lifelong job.
Do you plan on writing for the rest of your life?
Any last words?
Some things are worth the risk. Without risks there would be no rewards.