December 8th, 2013
Welcome to another saucy episode of SUNDAE WITH NUTS where I have asked my fellow authors to join me for the day for a bit of fun and a laugh. We are romance writers after all!
Without further ado, I am most pleased to introduce the lovely and talented (and very brave!) Calisa Rhose!
Sundae with the Nut Calisa Rhose
1.Favorite knickers: cotton, lace, silk or errr…leather?
silk, but cotton is more friendly to horse riding.
2.Who is your fantasy male or female? Or both?
both? Not sure what you want here so I’ll say Paul Walker and Sandra Bullock.
(Paul’s the cowboy inspiration for my first ever submitted ms. :D)
3.What language, when heard spoken, makes you frisky? (like Jamie Lee Curtis in A Fish called Wanda)
Is Southern drawl a language?
4.Do you believe in love at first sight?
Absolutely. Though I know it’s not for everyone, it worked for my husband and me. 🙂
5.If you could play a board game during sex, what would it be?
If you’re playing board games during, then you’re doing something wrong honey!
6.Any special “toys” you’d like to give mention to for their outstanding achievements?
Are horses considered toys? We do love our babies. Well, Andee and I do. Mitch prefers his trucks.
7.I *heart* Peter Cetera. What song immediately swoops you back to your “first days” of falling in love?
REO Speedwagon’s Can’t Fight This Feeling
8.Most romantic or sexiest destination out there.
Anywhere with Mitch and no tv. lol
And last but now least.
9. Favorite ice cream flavor.
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Girlfriend! Of course Southern Drawl is a language. I’m a True Northerner and when I go down south I haven’t a clue what ya’ll are saying. Except ya’ll. I got that one. And Paul Walker…RIP…what an amazing man. It’s funny how life works. He had the looks, the charm, the talent, but his time was short on this earth. And I wonder why? Not to get too deep, but don’t you wonder…why?
And I think I need to change that question #5 – not to board games, but any game! I suppose I am inspired by a certain book that I am reading at the moment, but there is definitely room to play during the romp. That’s all I’m sayin’.
And yes, Miss Calisa, horses count big time. At least in my book. I hope to have a couple myself within a year or so (if I win the lottery or we sell our house in Australia). I am truly a cowgirl at heart, and I believe you are too. Now giddyup girl, and take that holiday with Mitch as I know you need it! And no TV? Amen to that. Some days I feel like pulling the plug on everything – TV, computer, mobile phone, cable, home phone, playstation. All of it. Bye-bye.
Miss Calisa is not only a talented author but a wonderful colleage and editor. Her book, Risk Factors, is definitely one that you want to add to your TBR list. Straight away! Now, giddyup! (Who remembers Kramer saying that in Seinfeld?)