Quintette of Questions: Nicole Field
This week’s new romance release interview is with Nicole Field:
1. What’s the name of your latest book – and how did you choose the title?
This book was previously published under the name Gothic. Titles are always the most difficult thing for me. I try to name books before I actually get through to finishing writing them. The unfortunate problem with that system is that, sometimes, the novel’s title doesn’t fit with the novel anymore.
That was the case with this book. After several drafts to get it to its current form, I threw aside the name Gothic, and chose Changing Loyalties.
2. If you could choose anyone from any time period, who would you cast as the leads in your latest book?
Oh goodness. Maybe I’m not particularly creative, as all four of these actors come from the last 10 years, but in my head, the casting of my main characters would be as follows:
Main character Dahlia: Mila Kunis
Love Interest Elliott: Ian Somerhalder
Love interest Bianca: Melissa George
Best friend Renee: Ksenia Solo
3. What five words best describe your story?
Polyamorous, paranormal romance, drama city.
4. Who is your favourite fictional couple or team?
I’ve always loved Joscelin and Phedre from Kushiel’s Dart by Jacqueline Carey, but I’m also a huge fan of Mercy and Adam from Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thomspson novels!
5. What song always makes you cry?
For me, that song is ‘It Can’t Rain All the Time’ by Jane Siberry, and features in the 90s movie, The Crow. Whenever I hear that song, I am filled with imagery of falling rain, darkened streets, and despair so deep that you need the reminder this song offers.
‘It can’t rain all the time
The sky won’t fall forever.’
The movie itself is so atmospheric, and I love it when a song like this one can transport you without you even needing to turn on the DVD player.
About Changing Loyalties
When Dahlia finds the body of her father, a werewolf, brutally murdered and left to die alone, she’s left with more questions and grief than answers. But who or what killed him remains unknown, and it soon becomes clear her father isn’t the killer’s only target.
Adding to the growing pile of mysteries in her life is the new job—for a company that seems to be run by the kind of people who have no qualms about murdering werewolves. Even more frustrating, Dahlia’s new boss, Bianca, is curt and rude—and far more intriguing than seems fair.
About Nicole Field
Nicole writes across the spectrum of sexuality and gender identity. She lives in Melbourne with her fiancee, two cats, and a bottomless cup of tea. She likes candles, incense and Gilmore Girls.
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