Tule Author Q&A: Robin Bielman strips down ‘Hot Shot’

Robin Bielman took some time to chat about her third book in the American Royalty series, Hot Shot.



Your hero Drew is a hotel owner. What is his favorite amenity when he is a hotel guest? Drew’s favorite hotel amenity is room service. After enjoying a long day enjoying the city he’s visiting (preferably with Alejandra), he likes a warm, delicious meal that he doesn’t have to get out of bed for. ;)





What is one personality trait your heroine Alejandra keeps hidden?
Sometimes Alejandra is impractical and so she likes to keep that to herself.


Is Grandma Rosemary based on anyone in real life?
She is based very loosely on my own grandmother. My Grandma Mae was really special and always a big part of my life until she passed away 12 years ago. She didn’t speak about sex/relationships like Grandma Rosemary does (she was very old fashioned), but she did always speak her mind and she loved with all her heart. I miss her a lot.




Will we see Drew’s brothers Ethan and Finn (from the other American Royalty series’ books) in Hot Shot?
Yes you will! These brothers are very close and whenever Drew needs some advice, the first people he goes to are his older brothers.




What are you currently reading?
I’m very late to this amazing book, but I’m finally reading Where The Crawdads Sing.






About the Author

Robin Bielman is the USA Today bestselling author of over fifteen novels. When not attached to her laptop, she loves to read, go to the beach, frequent coffee shops, and spend time with her husband and two sons.

Her fondness for swoon-worthy heroes who flirt and stumble upon the girl they can’t live without jumpstarts most of her story ideas. She writes with a steady stream of caffeine nearby and the best dog on the planet, Harry, by her side. She also dreams of traveling to faraway places and loves to connect with readers. To keep in touch, sign up for her newsletter on her website! www.robinbielman.com

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