Kaylee Song is a talented romance author living in Charm City. She released her latest novel Wed to the Bad Boy on October 26. With average 4.6 Amazon from 110 plus reviews the novel found a place among Top 20 Kindle Bestselling list.
Today we are happy to welcome lady Kaylee at Land of Books.

– Kaylee, what is your book Wed to the Bad Boy about?
– I always like to think that my books are about independent women and cynical men. It’s probably my trademark style. This book is no different.
I wrote both characters from the heart, Joanna is a strong, stubborn, smart woman who is running from her life in the mob. Greyson is the heir to a rival family. It’s a reverse Juliet/Romeo. It’s about how they find each other when they are forced together.


– How did you decide to write the story?
– A friend of mine who is an author had been writing similar stories for a few years, and she told me I needed to put my talent to use and write something similar. But I wanted to do it my way, Irish mob with a strong female lead. It was important to me.
– What was the biggest challenge during the write up process?
– Focusing. I do outlines like crazy and yet I always end up so far away from them I need wrangling back. I love my stories and I get swept up in them.
– Tell us something more about your main characters Greyson and Joanna? Are they close to someone from your real life?
– I never base my characters off of real life people, they are always fictional. That being said when I do write characters I dig down deep into myself and pull out characteristics of myself and thread them into my characters.
– How much time did you need to finish the story and to publish it?
– A month and a half, usually.
– Give us some insight about your most popular novels Rage and Wrath?
– When I sat down to write my first dark romances I wanted them to be Motorcycle Club romances. I knew a little bit about the life, I had grown up in relative poverty and my family had been involved with people who were in various clubs. I needed to tell a story about people like that. People who were like me, who were like what I grew up around. So that is where the idea came from. Though no one character is based off of a real life person, they do embody the general ethos of my home.
My experiences living in Braddock were something that I wanted the world to know, so I sat down to tell a tale about Braddock, and Pittsburgh. I love them both, dearly. I wanted it to be set there to show the world about my city.
– Who are you?
– I’m a kind, caring, loving person. I’m a hard worker. I’m a friend.
– What are your writing habits?
– I work a regular 9-5 schedule. My job is to be a writer, so I write or work on writing related tasks.
– Are you satisfied by the sales of your books?
– I am way more than satisfied. I’m amazed at the number of people who have read my works, who have contacted me, and who have shared with me their experiences.
– What are you doing to promote your book by the best possible way?
– I talk to people, I get to know them. I tell them about my works.
– When we will see your next novel and would you unveil something more about it?
– I’m working on Stolen: A Bad Boy Romance. It will be the final book in the Baltimore Bad Boy Series, and it will follow the life of Janson and a very special lady.
– What is the most charming thing in Charm City (Baltimore) for you?
– Johns Hopkins University. It’s where I fell in love with my husband almost 10 years ago. It’s a great place to be, and has amazing classes. Highly recommend to anyone looking on going to college.
– You are also working as editor. Did you ever received a book which is so interesting that you forgot your editorial job and just enjoyed the plot?
– I’m no longer an editor, sadly, I have become way too busy in the last year to edit for anyone, but I have loved almost every work I have read!
– If you may ask yourself one question in the interview what it will be? (Don’t forget to answer)
– What authors would you recommend we read? Vivian Lux , Lana Grayson, Lana Hart, and A. F. Crowell.

Find out more about Kaylee Song at her Website

Take a look at her books:
Wed to the Bad Boy
Rage : Fire and Steel Motorcycle Club Romance (Fire and Steel MC Book 1)
Wild Ride: The Complete Series
Thane’s Story: Scarred (Under Open Skies series Book 0)

About Ognian Georgiev

Ognian Georgiev is a sport journalist, who is working as an editor at the "Bulgaria Today" daily newspaper. He covered the Summer Olympics in Beijing 2008 and in London 2012. The author specializes in sports politics, investigations and coverage of Olympic sports events. Ognian Georgiev works as a TV broadcaster for Eurosport Bulgaria, Nova Broadcasting group, TV+, F+ and TV7. He is a commentator for fight sports events such as boxing/kickboxing and MMA. In May 2014 Ognian Georgiev released the English version of his book The White Prisoner: Galabin Boevski's secret story.

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