Author Julie James on writing contemporary romances

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Author Julie James’ latest novel About That Night will be in stories today. But before you pick up your copy, make sure to check out this video interview that goes behind the scenes of this anticipated novel. At a recent conference, RT’s Morgan got a chance to chat with the author about her new reunion romance. Years ago young tycoon Kyle Rhodes shared a soul shattering kiss with Rylann Pierce, however, circumstances tore them apart before they could ever fully investigate the attraction. Now, they are back together but Rylann is an Assistant US Attorney — and Kyle is a man her office has prosecuted. It’s a gripping scenario full of vibrant, career-driven characters, but just how real is this courtroom drama? James dives into how she used her own experiences as a lawyer to give her stories a ring of truth. But if you’re new to James’ work, don’t expect this to be a dry tale — the author is well known for crafting witty repartee that engages and delights readers.


Emma Wilson says:

I love interviews where the interviewer is clearly an actual fan of whoever she is interviewing. That's why I found this interview so enjoyable to watch–it's clear Morgan really likes Julie James' books, and it led to a really fun, comfortable discussion. I'll have to check out Julie's books!

Julie James says:

Hey everybody. Hope you enjoyed my book, About That Night!

The Gwendolyn Reading Method says:

I'm a big fan of Just the Sexiest Man Alive!

Xenaisthebusiness says:

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beck says:

The interviewer was really great! Very thought out questions and intelligent comments. Made the whole interview really interesting.

BookwormAtStarbucks says:

I love Kyle, he is my favorite one out of all of them.

Kris K says:

I love how the female characters in her books are always so strong and independent! I loved Rylann and Kyle, they made such a perfect couple. I also liked how the book wasn't only from Rylann's perspective. The back and forth from both sides was a nice touch, 'cause it gives the reader a chance to get to know both the characters at the same time.

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