Blog Archives

JAMIE BECK: ACCIDENTALLY HERS IS FILLED WITH ETHICAL AND MORAL DILEMMAS

This week Land of Books continues new interviews series with our former guests. This time Jamie Beck is returning with her new novel Accidentally Hers. The book hit the market on October 6 and as expected matched the positive feedback (av. 4.3 Amazon stars!) from her other two releases Worth the Wait and In The Cards.
If you missed the first interview with Jamie Beck you may check it here. It’s time for our second (and hopefully not the last one) meeting with the promising romance author.

jamie_beck

– Jamie, welcome back to Land of Books, what the readers will find in your new novel Accidentally Hers?
– Thank you for having me again!
To answer your first question, Accidentally Hers is the first book in the Sterling Canyon series, which is set in a fictional Rocky Mountain ski town based on Telluride, Colorado.
In this first book, I hope readers will find a complex story filled with legal, ethical, and moral dilemmas. There are no easy answers or resolutions for either Grey or Avery. I’ve put Avery in a particularly sticky situation where, no matter what she chooses, someone she cares about (or who is counting on her) will end up hurt. Readers will also meet (and fall for) Grey Lowell, the extreme skier with a heart of gold. I love him.
The secondary characters in this book will eventually get their own books as well (Secretly Hers is due out in July, 2016).
Read the rest of this entry

Advertisements

JAMIE BECK: WORTH THE WAIT IS A STORY ABOUT FORGIVENESS

10 days ago Jamie Beck published her second book Worth the Wait. The Romance climbed very strongly into Kindle Amazon Top 100 ranks. It’s a great launch for American author, who shined with her first novel In the Cards. Let’s welcome Jamie in our next Land of Books interview.

jamie_beck

– What is your last book Worth the Wait about?

– At its heart, Worth the Wait is a friends-to-lovers story with a strong theme centered on the important role forgiveness plays in all relationships (family, friendships, lovers, and our relationship with ourselves). I firmly believe that resentment hurts the person holding onto it more than it hurts the object of the grudge. By letting go and offering forgiveness, the hurt person frees himself to move forward and be happy. I hope that is the takeaway from this story.
Read the rest of this entry