Author Interview with Lucette Nel

Happy Monday!

I’m so excited for today’s interview. I’ve got the awesome Lucette Nel with me and we’re talking about her new reelase, The Bounty Hunter’s Bargain! 

Grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and join us!


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Toni: I’m so happy you’re here today! I think this is the first time you’ve been on my blog so let’s start with a little more information about yourself so I and my readers can get to know you better. When did you first know you wanted to be a writer and how did that morph into you’re writing career today?

Lucette: I’m so happy to be here! I always enjoyed writing stories. I was 13 when my parents got a divorce and I wrote a story that was my way to work through the pain. It was that story that made me wonder if I could write to help ease someone else’s pain. Provide some sort of escape with something light and enjoyable.

Toni: Wow, I’m sorry about the divorce but happy you started writing. *pauses* What is your writing process like?

Lucette: Fragments. I’m just kidding. Mostly at work before lockdown, I would write in the morning before my shift starts, for about 30 minutes.

Toni: And now?


Toni: If you could only read three books for the rest of your life, what would they be and why?

Lucette: The Bible – I think that goes without saying♥.

Redeeming Love – It has all the elements of a good book I love. God’s love. A swooney hero. And a happily ever after. So excited they are making a movie about this book.

To Win Her Favor – Cullen McGrath ☺ And I love Marriage of Convenience stories.

Toni: Marriage of convenience stories are the best! Now can you tell us a little about your story and how it went from an idea to a published book?

Lucette: I wrote this book in 2010. It went through several rewrites and a long period of cyber dust collecting. I’ve always enjoyed bounty hunters. It was definitely one of the reasons why I made Jack one.

Toni: “Cyber dust collection” has me cracking up! What message do you hope readers will get out of reading your story?

Lucette: Since this is mostly a clean read, I would hope readers to enjoy it at the very least. Perhaps even realize that the flawed ones deserve happily – ever – afters as well.

Toni: I love that! Why should a reader choose your books if this is the first time they’ve heard of you?

Lucette: I can’t promise a book that will make a reader think, or experience a life changing revelation. If a reader wants something not too intense, I’m hoping they will find it in The Bounty Hunter’s Bargain.

Toni: Definitely a good way to escape today’s troubles. Last but not least, how can we pray for you?

Lucette: Like everyone, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected us. My part-time studies are one of my biggest concerns at the moment. Prayers will definitely be welcomed and appreciated.

Toni: We’ll be praying! Readers, do you have any questions for Lucette?

About the Book

Jack Sullivan has a runaway wife to return and a bounty to collect. A gunshot lands him at the feet of Annabelle Lawson and jeopardizes a promise he can’t afford to break. Can he set aside his heart and focus on what he came to do?

Annabelle Lawson had finally picked up the fragments of her heart. Why did Jack have to crash back into her world? She may have to care for the injured bounty hunter, but she refuses to help him cash in on his professed ‘easy money’. Nor will there be a second chance at claiming her heart.

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About the Author

Lucy Nel is a coffee addicted work-in-progress daughter of the Lord Almighty. She’s wife to her best friend and real-life hero and mommy to a rambunctious preschooler and a sweet baby girl. Along with a spoiled pug, they make their home in Gauteng, the smallest of nine provinces in South Africa.

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