Who remembers the movie, Revenge of the Nerds? How many of you were considered brainy or geeky in school?
This year, I’ve been busy planning my high school reunion, and as such, I’m remembered as the Valedictorian or the class geek. Imagine everyone’s surprise that I, the mathematics major, am now writing romance novels!
The truth is, nerds and geeks also fall in love, and it’s just as sweet and not as icky as we thought in school. After all, who wears pocket protectors and glasses to bed?
This summer, I have a new Sapphire Falls Kindle World romance between two brainy scientists. Imagine them fitting into a small town full of ex-cheerleaders and hot farm boys.
Amber Myers is book smart and people stupid, and she’s tired of being invisible and dateless. Luckily her sister is a hairdresser and works at a beauty salon—in Sapphire Falls.
Chad Powers would rather look into a microscope than approach the only woman he’s ever crushed on.
He follows her to Sapphire Falls, and his farm boy cousins turn him into a hunk in time for the Summer Festival.
The going gets hot when both Amber and Chad get more attention than they bargained for—especially when they’re voted the Festival King and Queen.[To find out more and read reviews, please go to Amazon: Going Gets Hot]
Rachelle Ayala is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Her foremost goal is to take readers on a shared emotional journey with her characters as they grow and become more true to themselves. Rachelle believes in the power of love to overcome obstacles and feels that everyone should find love as often as possible, especially if it’s within the pages of a book.
Her book, Knowing Vera, won the 2015 Angie Ovation Award, A Father for Christmas garnered a 2015 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award, Christmas Stray received a 2016 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award, and Playing for the Save got the 2017 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award in Realistic Fiction.
She is also a writing teacher and founder of the Romance In A Month writing community. She lives in California with her husband and has three children and two birds.