Saturday, January 29, 2022

What is your favorite genre? by Laura Scott


Hello everyone! Apologies for posting late, my son has Covid and I have been a bit distracted. My blog topic for today is  favorite genres.

I personally have long been a romantic suspense fan. I've certainly read other genres, but I always tend to come back to suspense. I have loved being a nurse, but I think there's a small part of me that wishes I had become a cop, I love trying to figure out who the bad guy is. 

I've written mostly Christian Romantic Suspense, too. I've written plenty of straight romance stories, but tend to add a bit of a mystery. 

I like historical romance stories, too, but  when I discovered historical suspense I was hooked. Now I'll only read historical romantic suspense, Deanna Raybourn and her Lady Julia Grey mysteries are a personal favorite.

What are your favorite genres? Do you read a variety or tend to stick with one? Inquiring minds want to know!

Two days left to get Target for Terror free. If you enjoy fast paced romantic suspense stories, you may want to give this a try. The price goes back to $4.99 on Monday.

"If you leave on your own, you’ll be dead by morning." 

Critical Care Nurse Natalia Sokolova can’t ignore former FBI Agent Sloan Dryer’s dire warning. After the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia dies under her care, her house explodes in front of her eyes and now she’s found her best friends brutally murdered. Ironically, the only bright spot in this nightmare is Sloan’s bad Ukrainian accent and his willingness to protect her.

Sloan is convinced that someone wants to kill Natalia and when he finds a link to her family, he’s not sure who they can trust. As they run for their lives, and from the attraction simmering between them, they uncover a terrorist plot that could bring the nation to its knees. Time is running out. Can Sloan and Natalia save their country and their future, before it’s too late?


  1. I love a good historical romance set in the late 1880 in the Old West. New would be a suspense.

  2. That's should say: Next would be suspense,