Title: Torn (Billionaire Bachelors Club #2)
Author: Monica Murphy
New York Times bestselling author Monica Murphy mixes business with pleasure in the second book of her sexy Billionaire Bachelors Club series …
Marina Knight came to this party for one thing only: to slap Gage Emerson in the face. Poised to snatch up her family's real estate empire, the sexy tycoon is on the verge of making an enemy for life—even if he can make her melt with a single kiss …
When Gage discovers that the alluring woman before him is the key to his latest acquisition, claiming her as his suddenly doesn't seem quite so cut-and-dried. To get what he wants, he must get to know the fierce woman willing to face him down—as she steadily steals his heart.
Gage's persistence and intense passion war with Marina's determination to protect her family. As they delve deeper into an affair they didn't see coming, Marina's torn: Will she lose her heart to Gage—or everything she holds dear?
Thank you readers for stopping by the blog. We are interviewed Gage and Marina, characters in Torn by Monica Murphy. This is my own version of the dating game and was so much fun!!
Thanks for stopping by, I’m glad to have you today.
Gage: Glad to be here.
Marina: Thanks so much for having us!
Gage, in 5 words or less, describe your first thoughts of Marina.
Beautiful, intriguing, aloof, sexy, feisty.
Marina, your turn, describes your first thoughts of Gage in 5 words or less.
Gorgeous, arrogant, charming, sexy, trouble.
Who gets to control the TV remote?
Marina: Gage for sure. I don’t have time for TV!
Gage: She’s right. And considering it’s football season at the moment, I’m spending a lot of time in front of the TV.
Any special memory about him / her that you can never, ever forget?
Gage: The night we went to dinner with Archer and Ivy and how, um, excited Marina got when I was driving my car.
Marina: *blushes* That was a pretty memorable night.
Gage: I’d say.
How many kids are you hoping to have someday?
Gage: Four. At least. I want a big family.
Marina: *gapes at Gage* FOUR? I was going to say two.
Gage: Compromise at three? I bet we’d make some beautiful babies together. Besides, we need to give your brother some competition.
Marina: I have no desire to compete with Archer in how many children we have. That’s more your guys’ style. But…I think I can live with three.
Gage: *smiles* That’s my girl.
How many pairs of shoes does he / she own?
Marina: I have no idea how many pairs of shoes he has. I’ve never counted.
Gage: Right. There’s no chance she could count my shoes because her shoes take over our entire closet. She’s also using the guest room closet as her own in the house we share. Plus she has a giant closet at her parents’ house – full of clothes and more shoes. I think the woman is obsessed.
Marina: You never complain when I wear a sexy pair of heels…and nothing else.
Gage: *grins and nods* Very true. I take back any complaining. *winks*
How would you describe the perfect Sunday?
Gage: Being lazy and hanging out in bed with Marina. We both work a lot. We rarely take any downtime but when we do, we tend to laze around all day and that’s usually on a Sunday.
Marina: Yes, that sounds like heaven. I’m on my feet at the bakery six days a week. My aunt Gina and one of our employees usually works at the bakery on Sunday. That’s my one day to relax. We usually end up watching football though. Sigh.
Gage: Hey, a man loves his football…
How would you plan a vacation if it were up to you?
Marina: Somewhere remote, preferably with a beach. Hot sun, cold water and yummy food and cocktails with Gage by my side. Sounds like heaven.
Gage: I have nothing to add. Marina’s vacation idea sounds perfect.
If you were a character from the sitcom 'Friends', who would it be?
Marina: Oh, Monica, without a doubt. We have a lot of common traits.
Gage: I agree. Me? I’m probably more of a combo of Joey and Chandler.
Do you believe that two people can still be madly in love, even when they're old and gray?
Marina: Absolutely. My parents are still madly in love. Love doesn’t fade as long as the couple makes a conscious effort to keep the flame lit. Let’s face it a relationship is work. But as long as you’re working with a willing partner who’s a good fit, it’s a lot easier.
Gage: I definitely think two people can be madly in love forever. They can have ups and downs—no relationship is perfect—but it can happen.
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Monica Murphy is a native Californian who lives in the foothills below Yosemite. A wife and mother of three, she writes New Adult and contemporary romance for Bantam and Avon. She is the author of One Week Girlfriend and Second Chance Boyfriend.
Author Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/
Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Monica-