Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the February Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Romance/Erotica authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.
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So, the 6th question is “Do you think friends make the best lovers?”
1) Author #1 : Chloe S. Flanagan
Yes. I really don’t think there can be deep, abiding love without mutual understanding. Friends know each other well, flaws and all. This is a great foundation for love.
2) Author #2: Olena Kagui
It’s hard to say. Friends make the best long-lasting relationships, and I’m not just saying that because I married my best friend. However, I feel like the best lovers can be people who aren’t necessarily the best to have a long-term relationship with. Maybe this goes back to my obsession with the anti-hero trope?
3) Author #3: Angela Breen
I think on some level, you have to be friends with the people you sleep with. Or it just isn’t as good. In my humble opinion.
4) Author #4: Victoria Spencer
Depends on the friendship, but I think having the foundation of trust and support that (should) come with friendship is very important.
5) Author #5: Erin Lynne
Absolutely. I married my best friend and he is the best! 🙂
6) Author #6: Victoria Grant
It depends entirely on the individuals and how long they’ve been friends, and if they’ve been completely honest with each other. There are so many variables that will determine their success as lovers, but being the hopeful romantic, I always vote for the happily ever after.
7) Author #7: Marie Lavender
Sometimes I think that’s a better route, since that person knows you best. Yes, it can be a royal pain, the fact that they could call you out on your crap. But at the same time, it makes the road to falling in love a little easier, and they already have a sense of what you like or don’t like in a partner.
8) Author #8: Jennifer Carole Lewis
I think a solid friendship is a good foundation for a romantic relationship but there needs to be the chemical spark that transforms them into something more. However, I’m also a big believer that love at first sight also needs to develop into a friendship as well as romantic attraction to create a satisfying happily ever after.
9) Author #9: Amber Daulton
Definitely! Starting out as friends gives each character the chance to really get to know one another without confusing emotions like love altering their perceptions.
10) Author #10: J. Grayland
My husband is also my best friend so that would be a yes from me.
11) Author #11: Nicole Highland
I definitely agree with that.
12) Author #12: Renata Sterling
I do. Which is why I tend toward the friends to lovers trope most of all. I think the best love relationships are those where there is a genuine intimate bond and connection between two people in which they can share much more than the superficial aspects of their lives, thoughts, and personality.
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