Writing inspiration can be found in any number of places.
For Terri A. Wilson, that inspiration came from a conversation with her daughters…
“My daughters inspired me to write my latest book. They are very sensitive and aware of how left out some people feel. They know I write romance and we talk about romance a lot. We also watch romantic comedies. My oldest asked why there weren’t more lgbtq romance books. I didn’t have an answer for her but I wanted to correct that issue. We’ve taught them the importance of love in all its various forms since they were young. Now it was time to practice what I preached. Love is love and it’s critical that they understand that. Their hearts are so big and accepting of everyone. I wanted to write a book that would honor them and so I did. It wasn’t an easy book to write because I wanted to make it perfect. Turns out it may be my favorite book of the ones I’ve written and I want to write more.”
Here’s the blurb for Birds of Prey in Love…
Forgiveness is hard to give but even harder to accept.
Ruby Jameson never expected to find love or success. No one ever believed in her, so why should she? It didn’t matter that she had a brain for computers and created untraceable ways to hack into any system. She was born on the wrong side of the tracks and should have stayed there. But she wanted more. College gave her an opportunity to see a world she never knew existed. A world that centered around the love of her life.
Avery Sullivan lived a happy life and grew up believing the best in people. Her family gave her the encouragement she needed to achieve all of her goals. But there was always one thing missing; a mate. When she met Ruby, she knew she had met her mate. But Ruby broke her heart and shattered her perfect world. Now, she’s put all of that behind her and created a world that is missing the most important part.
When a chance meeting with Gerri Wilder, owner of the Paranormal Dating Agency and incredible matchmaker, brings these two owl shifters back together, they will struggle with letting go of their pride and open their heart enough to give love a second chance.