Thursday, June 19, 2014
MEET HERO: Evan Cain from SURVIVAL OF THE FIERCEST by Chloe Blaque
Welcome to RWA/NYC’s Hero Blog Tour.
We are interviewing Heroes from New York’s Romance Authors. You met their Leading Ladies last month. We know you’ll fall in love with each of these heroes. We did!
Q: We have to know – boxers or briefs?
Boxer briefs. Like Beckham.
Q: Where do you work and what kind of car do you drive?
I own Muse nightclub in San Francisco. I drive a Mercedes EClass hybrid.
Q: Have you ever posed for a Male Calendar? Would you? If so, what month would you be and why?
I haven't. But I would if it benefited a charity or something. I'd want to be December-fire place, wine, staying on a cold night. You know. Plus that's Lex's birthday month.
Q: Tell us your story.
Lex showed up at my night club looking for celebrity gossip for her website. She went after my friends. Then I went after her.
Q: What was the first thing you noticed about the Heroine?
Well, I actually felt her first. She popped into my office looking for an interview, but it was dark and I mistook her for another girl. There was some accidental inappropriate touching, but I couldn't get her out of my head after that. Even when she was slandering my friends on her website and I was threatening to sue. Still can't get her out of my head.
Q: Describe her looks.
Curvy. Gorgeous curly hair, caramel colored skin, big amber colored eyes. Did I say curvy?
Q: Is the Heroine a sweetheart or a vixen? Does she help or hinder you?
She's too feisty to be a sweetheart, so I'll say Vixen. And she wasn't always helpful, but being with Lex is no hindrance.
Q: Do you believe in Happy Ever After or Happy Right Now?
Hmmmm. It's funny how happily ever after sounds pretty good after you've met someone special.
Q: Who’s your favorite superhero – Captain America, Superman, Iron Man, Batman?
Batman. No question. You can't always tell if he is good or evil.
Q: Describe your author.
Chloe Blaque is a fashion executive based in New York City. When not writing romance, she writes lifestyle, relationship, race, and culture pieces under her alto ego Tamara Lynch. Her work has appeared on several webzines including Salon.com, The Huffington Post, TheFrisky.com and CNN.com. She has also contributed to the Madonna Anthology Madonna and Me published by Soft Skull Press. When Chloe is not writing she can be found drinking margaritas and traveling the world.♥