"A magical, joyful, delightful, sexy contemporary romance by a new star in the making!" - New York Times bestselling author Marie Force
From the Author
- Q: What inspired you to write A Midsummer Night's Fling?
ELIZA: I've been in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" twice as an actor (once as a fairy and once as Hermia). For various reasons, it's kind of my sentimental favorite of Shakespeare's plays. Reunited lovers is also one of my favorite tropes so, when I started brainstorming ideas for a contemporary romance, the idea of reunited lovers having to work together to play Titania and Oberon (the ultimate Shakespeare power couple) just got all of my creative juices flowing.
- Q: This book is set at a successful theater company in Southern California. Did you do a lot of research on working in the theater?
ELIZA: I was an actor myself in my misspent youth, but I'm also lucky because I have some contacts who are still in the industry who were willing to let me pick their brains. I also read a bunch of actor memoirs and behind the scenes books to help me build that theater flavor in. I love this kind of research so I'm planning to do as much as I can as the series continues.
- Q: What did you love best about writing A Midsummer Night's Fling?
ELIZA: Max and Nicola have a really fun, affectionate chemistry together despite their difficult past (and present). Apart from their attraction for each other they're good friends, too. I loved writing them.