The Passion-Minded Professor - in print April 28th

Can passion be found in a bottle?

Roxy Morgan is finally in control of her life. After working in the family diner to put her now ex-husband through law school, she’s getting her own chance at a college education. She doesn’t need any distractions in her life right now, especially men. The strong magnetic pull she feels toward chemistry professor Dr. Daniel Jennings is more than just an annoyance—it’s threatening her GPA. Yet she can’t seem to keep her mind on her studies, or her hands off him.

Driven, lonely Daniel has been working to perfect an attraction elixir so he can finally find what’s been missing in his life: passion. Sassy, outgoing Roxy wasn’t supposed to be part of his experiment. It was purely an accident. Now his elixir has given him an unexpected side effect—he’s fallen in love. But his sense of honor nags him to tell her the truth about the “love potion”.

Even if it means risking the best thing that’s ever happened to him.

I loved writing this story. Actually the research for this story was pretty easy. There was a local diner I ate in often that was the model for Sandy's Diner. My daughter was a waitress during college. I went to college...a long time ago...although I certainly never ran across a sexy professor like Daniel. :) I set the story in a small town much like the one in which I live.

I did go online and check out what was necessary for a degree in Communications. Almost none of it appears on the page. But I've found it's like that with most research. We can spend hours and hours in research learning about something that we end up only using a fraction of. But that's okay. As writers we need to know anyway. In order to make it real. And you know, maybe more of that research ends up on the page than we realize. In the background. In the attitude. In the voice of the characters. And the voice of the story.

I'm excited that Roxy and Daniel's story will now be available both as a download and in print. That way readers have a choice which version they would rather read. One way or the other, I hope you'll give The Passion-Minded Professor a try.

Romance with more...sizzle


Nicole North said...

Sounds like wonderful story, Natasha!! I enjoy a love potion element in stories. Congratulations on the print release!!

Natasha Moore said...

Thanks, Nicole!

ShawnaMoore said...

Hi, Natasha!

Chemistry was always one of my favorite subjects :)

Congrats and a cyber toast for The Passion-Minded Professor!


Anne Rainey said...

Sounds like a fun story! Congrats on the print! :)

Natasha Moore said...

Hey, Shawna. I'll quote Roxy, "Chemistry? No way!" Thanks for the toast!

Hi Anne. Thanks. This was a fun story to write.

Carol Ericson said...

Sounds like a fun story, Natasha. I actually had two sexy professors at UCLA, but my lips are sealed...

Abby Niles said...

Souns like a great story. And sexy professors, yum:):)

Natasha Moore said...

Lucky you, Carol. Sounds like they might end up in a story of yours some day.

Thanks, Esme! I agree, yum!