Title: Lord and Master Trilogy
Author: Kait Jagger
Series: Lord and Master #1-3
Genre: Erotica, Romance, Suspense
Release Date: March 20, 2017
You think you know Luna Gregory?
Maybe you see what her boss, the Marchioness of Lionsbridge, sees: the best PA she’s ever had, a 26-year-old fixer who makes problems disappear with four quiet words—‘Leave it with me.’ Or you see a remote, untouchable Ice Princess who the 500-year-old Arborage Estate’s heir presumptive longs to crush under his heel. Possibly, if you’re looking carefully, you see Luna as her friends see her: the quiet one, touched by childhood tragedy, who laughs at their jokes and has their backs no matter what.
But ultimately it takes charismatic, devastatingly attractive Swedish entrepreneur Stefan Lundgren, third in line to inherit the estate, to glimpse the intelligent, fiercely independent woman under Luna’s calm exterior. And what he sees he wants, this woman in ten thousand who is meant for him, body writhing beneath his in the dark of night, her inner self slowly revealing itself to him. Or so he believes.
But Luna has built an entire life predicated on concealment, on maintaining control and hiding dark things in drawers. It will take the entirety of the Lord and Master trilogy, from the manicured gardens of Arborage, to the wilds of Shetland, to the streets of Stockholm, for her to step out of the shadows in the face of a new threat to Arborage.
You think you know Luna? You don’t.
The Lord and Master trilogy:
Lord and Master
Her Master’s Servant
I count myself lucky to be living through what I consider to be a golden era for the romance genre. Writers like Courtney Milan, Sherry Thomas and Elizabeth Hoyt are really raising the bar (as are Robin Schone and Kate Pearce in the arena of erotic romance). If you haven’t already discovered these authors, you’re welcome! A world of intelligent, compelling romance reading awaits you!
But in terms of what brought me as a writer to the romance genre, I’ve always gravitated to books that say profound things about the nature of love, how it changes people. It’s where I feel I have something to say.
2. When writing a book, what is your favorite part of the creative process (outline, plot, character names, editing, etc)?
It’s writing dialogue, without a doubt. I write my books in a linear way, i.e., I start at the beginning of the story and continue till the end, no skipping ahead—but that doesn’t mean I don’t have certain verbal exchanges and confrontations playing in my mind well before I get around to writing them. I swear, there are scenes in the final book of my Lord and Master Trilogy, The Marchioness, that felt like they wrote themselves by the time I actually put pen to paper. They’d been running through my head for so long, when I finally came to write them they were all just...there.
3. When reading a book, what genre do you find most interesting/intriguing?
I am an omnivore when it comes to fiction. I love historical fiction, short stories, mysteries, crime fiction, love stories (of course!)...and I have a major weakness for dystopian science fiction. So David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas, which combines all of the above, is basically my idea of reading heaven.
4. If you could co-author with any author, past or present, who would you choose?
Impossible question! I can’t even imagine working with the authors I admire most, stellar talents like Charlotte Brontë, Philip Pullman, Sarah Waters, Philip Kerr, Susanna Clarke, Nick Hornby and Isaac Asimov. There is literally nothing I could bring to the table as far as they’re concerned. So maybe I’d pick someone based purely on the fun I’d have being around them. Oscar Wilde, I’m thinking. He’d dazzle me with his wit and get me into all the best parties.
5. Have you always wanted to write or did it come to you "later in life"?
Fiction writing came to me quite late in life! I was in my late 40s when, during a business trip to London, I read a best-selling romance novel that made me so angry on behalf of female readers everywhere (the straw that broke my back was the book’s alpha hero, a man with so little respect for women that his strategy for binding the heroine to him was to repeatedly hide her birth control—a total and complete WTF moment for me) that I decided to put my money where my mouth was and try writing my own book. If nothing else, I promise you that the heroine of my novels, Luna Gregory, can stand toe to toe with my hero, Stefan Lundgren. And he wouldn’t have it any other way!
I live on a farm in Lancashire, England with my husband, four children, one dog and one cat. Like Luna Gregory, the lead character of the Lord and Master trilogy, I make my living as a personal assistant.
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