Playing the Part by Robin Covington Blog Tour

Hi guys welcome to my stop on yet another amazing title from Entangled "Brazen", this book sounds so yummy that I´m salivating over it and without a doubt will be part of my future reviews as soon as I can buy it.
Check it out

The harder they play . . . the harder they fall.
After publicly self-destructing over a heartbreak a year ago, bestselling romance writer Piper James is now making nice with her publisher by agreeing to teach Hollywood's favorite action star how to act like he's in love. Only playboy Mick Blackwell has no clue what love looks like. 
When a seductive heat ignites between Piper and Mick, she jumps at the chance for a bit of fun between the sheets, but with two stipulatons: she's kept out of the public eye and things end when she returns to New York. Only Mick keeps changing the rules on her. Tempted by America's favorite bad boy, Piper is wondering how far she's willing to bend...

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*fans herself* Sounds really good right???
Now, as a part o my stop the amazing Robin Covington agreed to come visit today for an interview, wich of course has me jumping around like the silly girl I am.

Come meet the amazing autor behind this book !!!

Serious Interview

1.       How would you describe Playing the Part?

It is a sexy, glamorous, sexy story about an movie star action hero and a romance novelist heroine who stop hiding behind the roles they play and stumble into love.

2.       Which character you had most fun writing?

Mick – the hero was so much fun.  He was a combination of Shemar Moore and Tony Stark in my mind and he was alternatively cocky, arrogant, sweet and sexy. I loved his over-the-top personality and the way he took all the Hollywood/Celebrity stuff in stride because he grew up there.

3.       What was your main source of inspiration for the story?
I was looking over some celebrity blogs and it occurred to me that the price of celebrity was pretty high – the media frenzy, the lack of privacy, the inclination of the public to jump on any celebrity that slips off the pedestal. I had the thought of exploring how a relationship would grow or fail in that spotlight and the rest is on the page . . . .


4.       What should readers expect from Playing the Part?

Great dialogue, glamorous settings, the red carpet, the Oscars, lots of sexy scenes in bed, on the beach, in a car . . .

5.       What was the book that most influenced your life — and why?

Oh wow. I have no idea!  I have been a crazy reader my entire life.  I love the wit of Jane Austen, the on-going family saga of Anne of Green Gables, the humor of Hank Edwards, the heartwarming sexy heroes of Robyn Carr, the rough and erotic plotlines of Avril Ashton . . . I could go on and on.

6.        If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your book?
I would have named the heroine Robin and given her curly hair . . . oh, did I say that out loud?

7.       What are you reading right now?

I’m reading a New Adult novel by C.M. Stunich called “Losing Me, Finding You.”

8.        Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
I think my books all have the same underlying theme: that no matter who you are, no matter your past or the past of your family – you can be and do whatever you want and that everyone deserves to be loved.

9.       How has your environment/upbringing colored your writing?

I was raised in storytelling, smartass Southern family and I think it feeds my need to entertain. I also have a supportive family and I try to weave in the importance of family (genetic or created) into my books.

10.   When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?

Since I was little I’ve been scribbling down stories and tucking them away. A few weeks after my 40th birthday, I had a close friend die of breast cancer and I realized that I might not get the “somedays” that I was counting on. I started writing and never looked back.
This or That

1.       Hot or cold; Hot

2.       Black or white: black

3.       Burger or hot dog: burger

4.       Cats or dogs: dogs

5.       Raw or Emotional: raw

6.       Night or day: night

7.       Simple or complicated: complicated

8.       Wii or Xbox: Wii

9.       Spiderman or Batman: Batman

10.    Questions or Answers: Questions

11.    X-treme or X-rated: X-rated

12.    Computer or Pen & paper: Computer

Silly Me

1.       Why are things sent by car called shipments, and things sent by ships called cargo?  Because Mr. Webster had an amazing sense of humor.

2.       Why is it good to be a Daddy's girl, but bad to be a Momma's boy?
       Who says?  Don’t be fooled – all men are ruled by their Mothers –whether that be a good thing or bad thing.

3.       Is it true cannibals don't eat clowns because they taste funny?                               Yep.

Thank you so much Robin for your visit today, it was a true honor to have you here at Book Addict

About The Author

Robin Covington, who NYT Best Selling authors, Robyn Carr and Carly Phillips, said was their new “auto-buy author”, writes sizzling hotcontemporary and paranormal romance.
A Night of Southern Comfort, her best-selling debut novel earned 4.5 stars and was touted by RT Book Reviews as bringing a “fresh, modern feel to the genre while still sticking to the things that get our adrenaline pumping — sex and danger”. When she’s not exploring the theme of fooling around and falling in love, she’s collecting tasty man candy, indulging in a little comic book geek love, and stalking Joe Mangianello.
Robin is a member of the Romance Writers of America, the Washington Romance Writers, a faculty member at Romance University, a member of the Waterworld Mermaids, and a contributor to the Happy Ever After blog at USA Today. You can find Robin on her website, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter (@RobinCovington).

Robin lives in Maryland with her hilarious husband, brilliant children, and ginormous puppy.

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