Drawn To You by Robin Shaw @AuthorRobinShaw #Spotlight #Q&A @giselleco

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Tell me in three succinct descriptions who you are.

1) cat and dog lover, 2) daughter and twin sister 3) and as creepy as it sounds, I am a major people watcher

      What’s your favorite indoor/outdoor activity?

I love to walk. Now that it’s summer and my schedule isn’t as hectic as it used to be, I walk thirty or forty blocks. And I don’t like to stop.

  What chore do you dislike doing?

Laundry. As a kid and teenager, I’d always ended up doing everyone’s laundry.

     What is your favorite time of the day?

I love mornings; I am more alert and energetic than any other time of the day or night.

     What’s your least favorite mode of transportation?

Trains. It can be congested and people are at their worst when they don’t have space to move their arms and legs.

      What sound do you love?

I love the sound of my infant cousins soundly asleep.

      What sound do you dislike?

I dislike hearing constant blaring horns and loud arguments outside of my window.

     Who is your favorite author or favorite book?

There are so many fantastic authors and books that I love. I repeat: so many fantastic authors and books that I love. With that stated, I LOVE J.R Ward and can’t wait to get to Lover At Last. I need a weekend away from everything so that I can devote hours to the latest Blackdagger Brotherhood novel as is required. For anyone who doesn’t like paranormal or urban fantasy like I hadn’t years ago, I really believe that her character-driven stories and swoon-worthy alpha males can make anyone at least like vamps.

     What inspired you to write Drawn To You?

Writing Beth and Chase’s story enabled me to truly escape into their worlds

and de-stress. I hope others enjoy reading it as much I enjoyed writing it.


Excerpt 1:


 I thought that I’d heard someone knocking on my door last night. When I’d finally put on my nightgown, no one had been there. I must have been disoriented from not getting a good night’s sleep for the past few days.

 I jolted at the soft knock and movement the doorknob on my door. I couldn’t have been going crazy this time. When I opened the door, Chase was standing in front of me in a white t-shirt and pressed black pants and shoes. It didn’t occur to me that we should talk on more neutral ground. I already trusted him and I couldn’t explain why and it scared me a little. Anticipation coiled low in my belly.

 Chase’s hands landed on my shoulders. The force of his touch made my back lean against the door, shutting it closed. A faint line marred his brows as he studied me. Greeting him with an open smile, his features smoothed out. 

“I knocked on your door last night.” 

At the party last night, Cassidy had asked me if I’d be fine if Rylan drove me here. Since I hadn’t wanted to ruin her night, I’d told her that it was cool.

“By the time I got up, I didn’t see anyone.”

Sighing deeply, I watched as his beautiful hazel eyes swept over my collarbone and drifted down towards my breasts and back to my face hungrily. I never wanted that look to go away.

 “I knocked for twenty minutes. I didn’t know if you’d fallen asleep or if you were ignoring me.”

 Shaking my head “no”, I moved away from the door and sank down on the bottom of my bed. He joined me, his arm touching mine. The scent of soap and a light aftershave washed over me.

 “Did anything happen last night?”

 I frowned at his question. “Not at all.”

 He blew out a sigh of relief. “Take out your cell phone and put in your password.” His tone was gentle and commanding at the same time.

 I retrieved my phone from the side pocket of my nightgown and handed it to him after I unlocked it.

 Smiling, I watched as he entered his number into my phone. I heard chirruping and realized that he called himself from my phone.

 “Nice ringtone.”

 “Don’t worry. You’re gonna have a better ringtone than that.” He chuckled and stood up. “We need to be able to get a hold of each other. I forgot to exchange numbers with you yesterday. I put in Pierce’s and Nancy’s numbers too.”

 I tilted my head in agreement. Being alone with Chase in my guestroom was like sampling a treat instead of consuming it in one bite. He stroked his knuckles along my jaw and his voice softened. “I gotta go to the work. I’ll see you later, though, okay?”


I shivered and he dropped his hand from my face. Chase had the firmest ass I’d ever seen. And that was the only positive about his departure. Was any part of him not firm?


Robin Shaw is an independent author who lives in NYC. She is an animal lover and a food enthusiast. After completing her undergraduate education, she entered the mental health field. She also obtained her MS degree. She is consumed by bringing her characters’ stories to life. Drawn To You is the first book in the Paloma’s Edge companion series.
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