Here's a bit about THE SEASON:
Seventeen-year-old Lady Alexandra Stafford doesn't fit into the world of Regency London — she's strong-willed, sharp-tongued, and she absolutely loathes dress fittings. Unfortunately, her mother has been waiting for years for Alex to be old enough to take part in the social whirlwind of a London Season so she can be married off to someone safe, respectable, wealthy, and almost certainly boring. But Alex is much more interested in adventure than romance.
Between sumptuous balls, lavish dinner parties and country weekends, Alex, along with her two best friends, Ella and Vivi, manages to get entangled in her biggest scrape yet. When the Earl of Blackmoor is killed in a puzzling accident, Alex decides to help his son, the brooding and devilishly handsome Gavin, uncover the truth. It's a mystery brimming with espionage, murder, and suspicion. As she and Gavin grow closer, will Alex's heart be stolen in the process?
Romance and danger fill the air, as this year's Season begins!
I asked and Sarah answered...
Did you ever have one of those, "OMG, I just can't do this!" moments while writing THE SEASON?
You live in Brooklyn with your husband. Does living in NYC inspire your writing? If so, how?
Recently, you signed a deal to write three adult romances for Avon. Is writing for adults different than writing for teens?
I read that you're a huge fan of Jane Austen. What work of Jane's most encouraged you to write THE SEASON?
What's your writing process? Outline? No outline? Fast drafter?
Finally, THE most important question! Your bio says that you don't leave the house without lip balm. From one lip gloss addict to another, what's your favorite kind?