Head Over Wheels Young Romance



She's just 21 and learning romance isn't for kids. 
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Head Over Wheels (Spicy Young Romance) by January Valentine

Q & A

You write adult contemporary romance, horror and thrillers. What made you decide to write about young love?

I'd first like to say, while the story is woven around a young couple, the protagonists are both over 21.  The story contains an intense level of heat which should be considered inappropriate for readers under the age of 17.  

The lure of young romantic fiction appears to be ageless. As a romance writer, and reader, I also enjoy a certain level of physical contact between hero and heroine. I want to feel the power of that electricity. So, I've tried to bridge the sexual gap that lies between new adult and adult contemporary romance.

What is the storyline?

Head Over Wheels is a lighthearted romance (at times) dealing with heavy topics (always.)
Jewelia has recently turned 21, and is realizing that being of "legal age" doesn't necessarily mean she knows everything there is to know about life. Here is an abbreviated synopsis to give you an idea of what I'm talking about.

Turning 21 hasn't proven very fruitful for Jewelia Delarosa. Still, one lost boyfriend &
two failed classes haven't gotten her down. She's got her sights set on a career with the NYPD,
and is on course ... until she meets an irresistible and unpredictable medical student who contradicts
everything she thought she knew about Life, Love, Commitment ... and Sex.

Tell us about Jewelia.

Jewelia is a bright and energetic young woman with a promising future. Since childhood, she's dreamed of being a Crime Scene Investigator. She feels more comfortable on a dance floor than anywhere else in the world. She has strong family ties, and during the course of the book, often "consults" with her grandmother, with whom she had a close relationship before her grandmother passed away.  She lives in Manhattan with roommate, Emma Kim, and works part-time security for an upscale department store while completing college. Emma is the more studious of the two, offering advice, even her wardrobe, and is a central character.

Tell us about the hero.

Even young adults have a past, sometimes baggage to lug around.  Indigo is no exception. He's in his late twenties, stunningly handsome, and disturbingly unpredictable. Just completing medical school, about to begin his residency in a NYC hospital, he's not looking for an attachment. However, there's something about Jewelia that catches his eye, makes his blood boil. She threatens his self control, among other things you'll have to read the book to find out about.

What other characters help highlight the book?

Pete Williams is an NYPD cop emerging from rookie status, hoping to work undercover. Of course he's hot and rides a Harley. From the moment they met, Pete and Jewelia formed an instant bond. Pete is a central character.

Every good romance needs a villain: enter Vanessa Whitehall, the girl who's part of Indigo's past. Vanessa goes above and beyond your average bitch-witch.

William Addison aka Billy Arkana finds something in Central Park he thought had been forever lost in high school.

I enjoy blending multiple genres in my stories. My romance contains humor. My thrillers contain romance. My horror contains all three elements.  While Head Over Wheels has some potent moments, it also has a humorous side. Like life, it's a bit of this and that.

Yvonne and Derek add that bit of humor to the back story. Derek's ambition is essential to the plot.

The story focuses on building relationships, overcoming obstacles,  attaining goals, and dealing with passion ... and pain, two of the most elemental emotions in life.


1 comment:

  1. Christina K. in the rafflecopter

    Awesome story!

    Thank you:)

    ReplyDelete

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