Message From The Author

Lori Foster

Book Title: SAVOR THE DANGER
Genre: General Romantic Suspense, Romantic Suspense

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Author's Message

I’ve been overwhelmed with the wonderful feedback from readers on my current series, Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor. The guys are big, buff, capable, lethal when necessary, and...apparently pretty sensitive too. That’s something I didn’t realize when I started writing them.

But readers assure me that it’s so. I saw it in reader reviews for When You Dare. Okay, so Dare is the quiet type. He only talks when it’s necessary, and then, ho boy, everyone listens! But sensitive? Hmmm. Okay, so he takes care of Molly, the heroine, when she’s at her worst. He can be really gentle, and uber supportive. And he has a fiercely loyal love for his dogs, and his best friend, and... eventually Molly. But sensitive?

I figured he was just being a good guy, you know?

Then Trace of Fever hit stands and, voila, I saw that description of “sensitive” again tossed into a lot of reader reviews. Come on. Trace? Really?

But he is so autocratic! And often enigmatic. And he possesses those deadly skills...

He meets Priscilla during a tense time of risky undercover work, and he... well, let’s just say he got kind of ornery in trying to get her pretty nose out of the way of danger. Not that Priss let it slow her down. (Not much ever slows down that one.) He understood her reasoning, and he regretted her past hurt at the hands of the villain.

Does that make him sensitive? Okay, he does have a bone-deep protective streak, not just for his sister, and any woman in peril, but for Priss, too.

Isn’t that what any good man would do?

And now Jackson’s story is out in Savor the Danger. And I thought, no way will readers consider him sensitive. The man has a serious lack of tact when it comes to saying what he wants – especially when what he wants is Alani, the heroine in the book. No sugar-coating things for Jackson. He’s raw sexuality, bold and sort of in-your-face.

But like the others, he also possesses deadly skill, cockiness in his ability, an “I’m in charge” mentality, and... well, yes, he is very, very gentle with Alani because of what she’s been through.

:::Sigh::: Does that make him sensitive?

Or just human?

Doesn’t every good man – and there are plenty of them out there! – try his utmost to understand, to support, to protect? We’re all imperfect, so mistakes will be made. But we try. Abilities vary, dynamics of relationships are different from one couple to the next, but I think what some readers see as sensitive, I just see as a guy doing the right thing – caring for the one he loves, the best way he possibly can. He makes mistakes, he tries to correct them, and then he moves on.

And in my books, the heroine does the same – she loves him the best that she possibly can.

That’s romance, and I’m so grateful to be a part of this genre!

Thank you all so very, very much!

 - Lori Foster

P. S. There will be a 4th book in the series! A Perfect Storm  is tentatively scheduled for May 2012. I promise, if/when you read Savor the Danger, you’ll know who the next book is about. I hope you approve!

You can check out Savor the Danger in stores now, visit the author on Facebook and Twitter or download the author’s FREE app from the iTunes library here!

GIVEAWAY ALERT: Enter to win Lori Foster’s entire trilogy, by leaving a comment below telling us why you love sensitive heroes or send an email here with your comment and your US mailing address. The winner will be announced on July 19.


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I do love an ALPHA Male

Submitted by My Bradybunch-6 on July 22, 2011 - 10:52am.

He will take care of you, make you test your limits, and love you with everything in him. If more men read Ms. Foster's books they would get a better understanding of what a lady needs.


 


Mindy B.

Sorry for not replying back...

Submitted by lorifoster on July 11, 2011 - 6:56am.

I'm having a terrible time with this message board. :-/ I get one thing to post, then not anything else. So this will probably be my one and only post of the day - and I want to use it to say "THANK YOU" to everyone who visited me here. I'm reading your posts, I just can't do proper replies.

Good luck to everyone on the giveaway.

Big hugs!

Lori

Sensative heroes

Submitted by Jancat on July 8, 2011 - 2:37pm.

I love sensative heroes because they are strong and can be understanding.  They are someone to lean on and give support as well as being protective and passionate.

Sensative heroes

Submitted by Jancat on July 8, 2011 - 2:37pm.

I love sensative heroes because they are strong and can be understanding.  They are someone to lean on and give support as well as being protective and passionate.

Hi from Lori

Submitted by lorifoster on July 8, 2011 - 7:22am.

Hi everyone. So far, I haven't been able to post. I'm testing today to see if I can, so if you see this, I'm successful.

:-)

Thanks,

Lori

I'm extrememly exicted that

Submitted by Whitney Sullivan on July 7, 2011 - 4:02pm.

I'm extrememly exicted that we are hosting this giveaway. I adore Lori Foster's books!

Sensitive heroes are

Submitted by Leni on July 7, 2011 - 1:06am.

Sensitive heroes are interesting because they expose a part of themselves that are a key point in a story and they are likeable characters.

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