Quintette of Questions: Lee Christine

Quintette asks writers five quick questions. This week’s interview is with Lee Christine!

Lee Christine

In Safe Arms1.   What’s the name of your latest book – and how hard was it to pick a title?

In Safe Arms.  The working title was The Hideaway but for branding purposes I thought it better to keep it similar to the first book in the series In Safe Hands. So, for a few days I was thinking ‘In Safe what?’ and then a girlfriend and I had coffee and she said straight away In Safe Arms. I loved it immediately.

2.     If you could choose anyone from any time period, who would you cast as the leads in your latest book?

Dylan McDermott and a young Drew Barrymore.

3.     What five words best describe your story?

Smooth, seductive, savage, Sydney, underbelly.

4.     Who is your favourite fictional couple?

Emma and Mr. Knightly, from Jane Austen’s Emma.

5.     What song always makes you cry?

Tears In Heaven by Eric Clapton.

About Lee:

Lee ChristineLee Christine is a former legal practice manager and corporate trainer. An amateur songwriter in her teens, she is passionate about music and plays the alto saxophone. Her first Romantic Suspense novel, In Safe Hands, was chosen to be a launch title for Escape Publishing in 2012. In Safe Arms is her second novel in the Grace and Poole Lawyers series. Lee has two grown children, and lives in Newcastle, Australia with her husband.

 

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Would you like to answer a Quintette interview? Email me at nmharrisheart@gmail.com!

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