Thursday, March 10, 2016

Would you rather with Charlene Ross

Please welcome Charlene Ross, author of Frosted Cowboy.

Charlene Ross:


Charlene Ross, a Los Angeles suburbanite, is co-author of The Making of a Picky Eater and has been featured in Skirt! Magazine and on NPR’s This I Believe series. Before life in the suburbs she backpacked through eighteen European countries, lived in London, worked in the music industry, and became engaged on stage at a U2 concert in Verona, Italy. (Bono even kissed her!) Now she drives carpool, embarrasses her children by dancing “in the pit” at free cover band concerts, and works hard at keeping the spark of her 20-year marriage alive.

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Would You Rather... 
with Charlene Ross

Chips, chocolate or cheese?

Chips, chocolate or cheese? Cheese - the stinkier the better.

Bridget Jones, Becky Bloomwood or Carrie Bradshaw?

Oh, this is a tough one. I do love Carrie Bradshaw, so, so much, but my heart will always belong to Bridget Jones.

Wine, beer or vodka?

If I have to choose, I guess I’d choose wine. (Sorry, vodka - you know I love you too.)

Camping or spa vacation?

I am not a prissy girl and actually love camping, but seriously? Spa vacation, hands down.

Water or mountains?

I love the mountains, but if water means beach, then definitely beach.

Zombies or vampires?

Well, vampires are definitely sexier, but I have to go with zombies.

Dogs or cats?

I love that cats are so low maintenance, but they make the roof of my mouth itch. Plus, seriously? Dogs!!!

Coke or Pepsi?

Coke (Or better yet, Tab. I’m totally aging myself, but Tab was the Diet Coke before Diet Coke.)

Coffee or tea?

Coffee (with lots of cream).

Dine out or take away?

Dine out (but I’d happily take either if it means I don’t have to cook!).

High heels, sneakers or flip flops?

I really wish my answer was high heels, but alas, it is flip flops.

Physical Book or ebook?

Physical book.  (I love the smell and the weight and seeing when I’m halfway done and, just everything.)

Paperback or Hardcover?

Trade paperback. (And I admit, I am not very kind to the spine. I like a book to look like it’s been devoured.)

Pen or pencil?


Mad Men, Downton Abbey or Breaking Bad?

Downton Abbey.

Drama or comedy?

This is another near-impossible choice. I write funny and I love to laugh more than anything, but I love, love, love sad books. Ack! Um… Comedy. (I think.)

Twilight or Hunger Games?

Hunger Games

Lipstick, lipgloss or chapstick?

Again, I wish it was lipstick or even lipgloss, but I am never ever without my chapstick.

Facebook or Twiter?

Facebook. I think. Um… yes definitely Facebook. (I think.)

Plot your entire novel or fly by the seat of your pants?

Yay! An easy one. Definitely by the seat of my pants.

Frosted Cowboy

Laney Delaney was living the dream. She had a fabulous fiancé and a career as a couture wedding dress designer. But after catching her (turns out, not-so-fabulous) fiancé cheating and being accused of upstaging one of her brides at a wedding, Laney finds herself with no boyfriend, no job and no plan.

After some serious soul searching, Laney is determined to start over. She embarks on a design career that takes her from a Rodeo Drive boutique to a flea market stall, but it’s worth it—even if it means she has to suck up to her childhood nemesis for help.

At the same time, three very different men vie for her attention: a masseuse/screenwriter with an unfortunate reputation, a stable fireman who just doesn’t spark a romantic flame, and the fireman’s ridiculously hot co-worker whose illicit under-the-mistletoe kiss still burns Laney’s lips.

Professionally and romantically, Laney is on the verge of reinventing her life and finding her true passion—but can she learn to trust again and believe in herself?

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