Q: Everyone’s doing knitting clubs. What the heck do you have against knitting clubs?
Sophie: Nothing. I love to knit. But I’m contrary by nature. When I see all those small-town knitting-club books, I can’t help asking myself, what’s the opposite of a knitting club? And thus, the Enemy Club was born.
Q: The what?
Sophie: Four former high-school enemies who are now the best of friends--but friends with a difference. They promise to tell each other the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help them Gloria, the baker of the pies at the Last Chance Diner.
Q: So are your books romances or small-town women’s fiction?
Sophie: Romances that are set in a small town. The first in the series, HOW SWEET IT IS, is based on these four friends. I mean, enemies. You want the blurb?
Q: Yes, please.
Sophie: (clears her throat) When Lizzie Bea Carpenter wishes for the perfect man—one who’ll show up, fix stuff, then split—she doesn’t expect her wish to come true. So when a gorgeous, sexy, mysterious man shows up on his knees at her front gate with a screwdriver, Lizzie wants him gone. Now. She has no time for honey-tongued men who appear out of the blue, promising to grant her heart’s desire. Not with her first (and only) true love on his way back home to meet Lizzie’s daughter, the child he left behind fourteen years ago.
Q: More about the man, please.
Sophie: Oh, come on! Just get the book already. You know you want to.
Sophie: Okay, okay. I'll tell you one thing about Tay. (That's short for Dante; he's Italian.) He did something terrible. Something really, really bad, and he's not sure he'll ever be able to make up for it. How's that for a teaser? Go read the excerpt to find out more.
Sophie: You still there?
Sophie: Wow. She really went. I didn't even get to tell her about SWEET KISS OF SUMMER. Oh well. I guess we're done here. Thanks for stopping by!