Sunday, 15 March 2015

Stolen Hearts by Andrea R. Cooper: Interview + Giveaway

Stolen Hearts
Andrea R. Cooper

Genre: Contemporary Romance Suspense
Publisher: SilverTree Publishing
Number of pages: 265

She stole a cop’s heart… will this thief pay for her crime?

Crystal was raised as a thief, bent on revenge. She uses her talents to target the corporation that destroyed her family and her innocence.

When a handsome undercover cop enters her life, Crystal worries she'll be caught before her mission can be completed - or lose her heart to the one man she can't trust.

Kade lost his partner in Texas and is looking for a fresh start in the NYPD. Catching the thief whose been targeting the Westridge Corp. will help his transfer become permanent.

Will Kade discover the truth, or will he blame Crystal for stealing his heart?

Find it on Goodreads
Available at Amazon

Andrea writes fantasy, paranormal, historical, and contemporary romance suspense.

Her favorite childhood memories involve creating vibrant characters for her and her friends, then acting out their adventures. She traded in Nancy Drew books for Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie novels at the age of ten.

The love of her life showed her that true love never gives up and rekindles no matter how many times circumstances or others try to extinguish it. Today, she is happily married with two sons and a daughter.

Author Website:

Q & A with Andrea R. Cooper

Q:  Tell us a little bit about your main characters. 
Sheri, Thank you for having me. 
A:  Crystal has had her childhood stripped from her. Westridge CEO framed her father for their crimes and she’s spent years training to be a thief to prove her father’s innocence. She hasn’t had time for dating or men… until Kade.

Kade is an undercover cop searching for a thief who’s been targeting Westridge’s Board of Directors. He’s drawn to Crystal, but things are not adding up.

Q:  Describe your ideal writing spot.
  Any place with a keyboard. LOL. No, really. I work full-time now (I was a stay-at-home mom for four years which is the hardest most underappreciated job there is), juggle the kids, housework, etc. that when I have time to write, it’s my zen.

Q:  What is the best advice you have been given?
Writing advice? Get others (not just family) to read your writing. I’ve learned more since I joined a writer’s group and found my wonderful Beta Readers, than I did in years of writing alone.

Love advice? Love is worth the wait.

Q:  How do you keep busy when you're not writing?
  How do I not? LOL. I have three kids (two boys and girl), a husband, full-time job outside of writing – I’m lucky I have time to sleep J On really good days, I squeeze in Zumba.

Q:  If you could have any superhuman ability, what would you choose and why?
Healing. I just would like to take away suffering (physical, mental, and emotional) from people and let them live full, healthy, happy lives.

Q:  What book are you reading now?
Don’t you mean ‘books’?  I read several books at the same time. I’ve got The Violet’s of March by Sarah Jio on CD in my car for a book club I’m a member of, T’monique Stephens’ Encore and T.F. Walsh’s Cloaked and How to Love a Jackeroo that I’m Beta Reading for them, and for fun – Redeemed by P.C. and Kristen Cast.


March 16 Interview 

Shut Up and Read

March 16 Spotlight
Lisa's World of Books

March 17 review
Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock

March 17 Spotlight
More Romance Please

March 18 Guest blog
The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

March 18 Spotlight

March 19 Interview
Eclipse Reviews

March 19 Spotlight
Fang-tastic Books

March 20 Spotlight and review
Romantic Fanatic

March 20 Character Interview
Author Karen Swart

March 23 Spotlight
Sapphyria's Book Reviews

March 23 Spotlight and review
That's Erotica