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A Review from the Lovely Tricia Warren

I know I tell y’all all the time how much I love hearing feedback from you. Finishing Superstar was especially difficult. I returned to work full time in March (yay me!), and with my new obligations I literally was down to writing in five minute increments on my iPad! (Don’t do this, it’s a real pain.) I love this story so much, and have been waiting to tell it forever. Sioux is one of my really flawed characters, but she speaks to me on a level I haven’t experienced in a while. Thad has been my baby forever, I love the geek guys so much. To see that you guys enjoy my books and get what I’m trying to do is like manna from Heaven for me. Love y’all so much, and plan to write as long you guys will read it.

So Sunday I get one of my favorite emails ever. I hurry to Amazon and get my copy of superstar. Frantically I read to the point my tablet stops charging, but I’m so entranced I keep reading on my phone. Finish the story and damnit if I don’t love Thad as much as I do Bryan & Harley. I love this story & enjoyed rooting for Sioux to win get battle. It is nice to root for the flawed heroine who is working hard to stay on track. Thank you for finishing it for us. I gotta say I do love Storm Crow.

Sorry for the Delay, but Superstar Will Be Here Soon

Good morning to all my readers. I owe all of you an apology for the long-delayed release of Superstar. I returned to working full-time this spring and it has taken a great deal of effort to coordinate my new life. I think I’ve hit my groove now, but will probably limit my writing to the weekends only, at least for now. Superstar will be released this month. I also plan to release Love Me Some Him, which is Deringer’s story and Lisa and I have an amazing Christmas surprise as well. So stay tuned.  Love you so much, and appreciate you, too.

Superstar

So, I’m knee deep in my next book, Superstar. You got a brief look at my heroine, Sioux Dupree in Dark Star. She was a famous pop star, part of the blockbusting girl group, Honeychile. Until she crashed and burned spectacularly at the ripe old age of twenty. She was strung out on a multitude of narcotics. Now she wants a comeback in the worst way.

Sioux appeals to me in the same way Lola did in Try a Little Tenderness. She is definitely damaged, but redeemable with the love of a good man. Thad Barclay wants to be that man, unfortunately Sioux is not convinced that she’s worthy of that love or that she won’t ultimately be the cause of his destruction. I hope to have this book out at the end of the summer. This will probably be my last StormCrow story. The book after Superstar is Love Me Some Him. I also have Drawing the Stud, which is my first project with Ellora’s Cave.