Spotlight and Interview: Trouble Looming by Natalie Alder

Trouble Looming


Cole Becker helped his father raise his younger siblings after their mother died.
He helped his father take care of his aging parents until they passed away.
Now it’s time for Cole to have the life he deserves.
When he meets Sara, all of his dreams seem to finally be within reach…until things begin to fall apart. Their perfect romance soon becomes complicated, scary, even life-threatening. Will happiness ever be theirs? Will Cole and Sara get their ‘someday’ together? Continue Tapestry, the Becker’s family saga in Trouble Looming, sequel to Crewel Work.


“I’m sorry, I like to cook but not baking. Desserts are not my thing. I do have some ice cream in the freezer if you want to satisfy your sweet tooth.”

Cole was leaning against the kitchen counter with one ankle crossed over the other and his arms folded across his chest. He was sex incarnate wearing a lightweight camel sweater that brought out the gold flecks in his brown eyes, dark blue jeans that fit perfectly and butter-soft leather driving shoes, no socks.

“I don’t have much of a sweet tooth. Not for desserts at least.”

With a hungry stare and sultry movement, Sara walked toward Cole from across the room. She dropped her eyes as she moved past him, then picked up his gaze again from over her shoulder as she walked toward the bedroom. The potency of her eroticism hung in the air. He unfolded his arms, uncrossed his ankles, pushed off the counter with his hip, and followed her into the bedroom. Her top lay on the floor at her feet, and she had shimmied out of her capri pants. He sat in the chair in the corner of her room to watch her finish undressing. Sara looked at him sitting relaxed in her reading chair with one ankle crossed over his other knee, his eyes heavily hooded and wearing a grin.

“Aren’t you going to play also?” she asked.

“Keep going. I’ll join you in a minute.”

A sexy smile crept across her face. She reached back, unhooked her bra and let it fall. Leaning forward she hooked her thumbs in the strings of her bikini underwear and pushed them down to step out of them. She pulled the sheets on her bed back.

“Wait,” Cole said and let his eyes move over her body completely. He stood and took the few steps across her room to her. He hadn’t imagined that she’d be as gorgeous as she was and her body took his breath away. With one finger he lifted her chin to look into her eyes.

“You are absolutely the most beautiful woman I’ve ever met.” He reached around with his hand on her lower back and pulled her to him. With his other hand he cupped the back of her head to bring her mouth to his. They kissed, tasting each other and exploring.

Author Interview

~What are you currently working on?

Fringe Benefits, book 4

~Are you an organized author or scattered?


~Do you plot out your story or write as it goes?

Write as it goes around a situation

~Do you have any strange writing habits?

Need to have a fan on me

~Do you have writers block and how do you work around it?

Occasionally, come back later or drink

~Do you work on 1 story at a time or multiples?


~What is your favorite genre to read?

Romance, suspense

~What is the most wacky/crazy weird thing you received from a fan?

Received a fan never claiming the ebook they won

~What are your favorite hobbies?

Reading, sewing, knitting, puzzles (i sound like an old woman)

~If you had a warning label what would it say?

Says what she hears (hearing often obscured)

~Favorite quote?

Write drunk; edit sober. Hemingway

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Posted on September 18, 2015, in Author Interview, Spotlight and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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