Why "A Tortured Soul" Makes Me So Nervous | Marc Nobbs
I have to admit to having been, and continuing to be, very nervous about how A Tortured Soul will be received by you, my readers, and the reading public at large. Why? Simple. It's not like anything I've written before. Let me explain. I've always seen myself as a writer of "Erotic Romance", that is to say that the books I've written have all been erotic and about a romance, or a love story if you prefer, between two people. I'm talking about my novels and novellas here, not my short stories. My shorts tend to just be erotic and that's it. But the longer works, well, they are all about the way two people feel about each other, the journey this takes them on and the fun (and heartache) they have together along the way. Take, as an example, the earliest two of books currently on sale. Lost & Found and Reunion, could both be described as 'typical' erotic romances. In Lost & Found, a man flies across the Atlantic Ocean to be with the woman he loves and when he gets there he fights