10 Questions with Nina Croft

Posted October 24, 2015 by Kate in 10 Questions, Guest post / 0 Comments

10 Questions with Nina CroftHis Fantasy Girl by Nina Croft
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There’s nothing like a near death experience to make a guy reassess his life. And that’s exactly what nightclub owner Logan McCabe decides to do, starting with looking up the girl he spent one wild night with eleven years ago, right before his life turned to crap. He spent a year fantasizing about her. Now he’s ready to see how reality matches up.

Abigail Parker is a perfectionist. She’s only strayed from the straight and narrow once in her life, on her eighteenth birthday. It was supposed to be one wild night with a totally unsuitable man before she settled into her sensible future. Instead it changed her life forever.

So we are back with another installment of 10 Questions! Have I mentioned how much I love when authors participate in this? Anyway, we are joined today by Nina Croft, the author of His Fantasy Girl, which I reviewed about a week ago (see the review here). Nina awesomely picked a secondary character for this go round, which I love! It’s so much fun to get a glimpse of characters we don’t normally get a lot of background on. So without further ado, here is Rory, Logan and Declan’s dad!

I’m Rory McCabe, and if you’ve read Taking Control and His Fantasy Girl, then you’ll have met my sons; Declan and Logan, and their partners; Jess and Abby. And whatever Jess tells you, I’m not all bad. Just mostly. And yeah, if my sons have had relationship issues then it’s probably fair to put at least part of the blame on me. But I love them and only want the best for them.

So here’s a little bit about me…

Q: What is the one thing you never leave the house without and why.

A: A gun. Ha – only kidding. I haven’t carried a gun since…well, that would be telling. These days, I always carry a picture of my granddaughter, Jenny. She’s ten, and I only just found out about her recently, so I’m making up for lost time. She looks a lot like her grandad – but then we McCabes have strong genes.

Q: What is the number one item on your birthday wish list?

A: A wedding invitation from my sons. Both Declan and Logan have found themselves cracking women (don’t ever let Jess or Abby know I said that – they both hate me) and they need to secure them before they come to their senses and realize what assholes we McCabe men can be.

Q: What’s your biggest pet peeve?

A: Hypocrisy. Take what you want, be whoever the fuck you want to be, but always be willing to take the consequences.

Q: What’s your favorite book?

A: I’m a huge science fiction fan. So I’m going to go with Dune by Frank Herbert.

Q: What’s your go to song to get your amped up?

A: Okay, this might be showing my age but who gives a shit – Paint it Black by the Rolling Stones.

Q: You walk into a pet store, what animal would you bring home and why?

A: I’ve never had a pet. Never felt the need. But just recently I’ve had an urge to get myself a dog. Keep me company in my old age. I wouldn’t go to a pet store though, I’d go to a rescue shelter. I’m not saying I’ve done bad things in my life, but I could definitely do with some good Karma on my side.

Q: If you could vacation anywhere, where would you go and why?

A: I want to go to into space—did I mention I’m a sci-fi fan. You know that airline that’s building the ship to fly to the moon—I’ve already booked my ticket.

Q: What would you pick for your last meal?

A: To be honest, if I knew it was my last meal, I’d have other things on my mind than what I was going to eat. Having said that, my favorite food is—and don’t repeat this because it’s not good for my tough-guy image—ice cream.

Q: If you were a contestant on the show Survivor, what would your luxury item be?

A: A bottle of scotch

Q: What are your best and worst qualities?

A: Best – I’m loyal to the people I care about. Worst – I can be a mean son-of-a-bitch. I might stick to legal means of payback these days, but it can be just as painful.

About Nina Croft

Nina Croft grew up in the north of England. After training as an accountant, she spent four years working as a volunteer in Zambia which left her with a love of the sun and a dislike of 9-5 work. She then spent a number of years mixing travel (whenever possible) with work (whenever necessary) but has now settled down to a life of writing and picking almonds on a remote farm in the mountains of southern Spain.

Nina’s writing mixes romance with elements of the paranormal and science fiction.

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