First, I want to thank all book reviewers who brought Marni Mann into my radars. I remember last year when I started to spread my wings and read so many books that led me to know so many writers worldwide, especially in the romance area. One of them is Marni Mann.
If you want to read a hot and steamy romance novel, Marni Mann is one of your go-to authors. I knew her from The Lawyer. Yes, the Dalton Brothers Series made me into the Marni Mann fans. I love the story. It’s more than just hot and steamy scenes. The story is easy to read. Very page-turning. Her writing is matched with my liking. I love the characters, even though they are just your typical billionaire arc in the romantic world. But there’s something about her story that hooks you up from the first page.
It will make you giddy.
It will make you feel the love.
And the hotness level is very spicy so you need to be careful.
Here’s the thing. I lost count of how many times I read romance novels with explicit sex scenes. At first, it’s intrigued me. But later did I know, I felt bored. Because every book feels the same. The formula is the same. The way it is written down is the same. So even if I move to another book, the specific scene got me to roll my eyes because I already found it in another book.
But I can’t skip every sentence from Marni Mann. The formula is quite the same with another book from other writers but I can get something new from her book. That’s the reason why I want to read all of her books, especially The Dalton Brothers series (as of now, I already read 2 books).
It’s not easy (and quite expensive) to ship the book from America to Indonesia, but it’s all worth the pain. So, I imagine my excitement when Marni Mann agrees to talk with me and give us a glimpse into her creative works.
Let’s get to know more about Marni Mann.
Could you share about your journey as a writer? When was the first time you wrote your book?
MM: The first book I ever wrote, I had just graduated college (many, many years ago lol) and I thought I was Carrie Bradshaw and was determined to find a home in chic-lit. It took many years before I realized chic-lit wasn’t for me. In 2006, I was inspired by some true events and began writing Memoirs Aren’t Fairytales, which was released in 2011. The rest is history.Read More