Sizzling PR — Rebecca Royce

I’d like to welcome Rebecca Royce to my blog today. She doing a virtual blog tour for her book Eye Contact, the first book in the Conditioned series with Decadant Publishing.

Check out her blog about research.

Most of the time, I don’t have to do much research for my work.  Most of the time, its about opening my mind and letting my imagination take it where it will go.  But, what most people do not know about me, is that I went to law school.  It is, in fact, where I went to law school.  I am a girl who knows how to research!

For Eye Contact and for Embraced, the sequel which is not out yet, I had to do some research. I wanted to be really clear how and where I altered history and where and how that would change the law.  In this book, I am writing about ‘now’ but an alternative ‘now.’  It had to make sense.  It couldn’t be the kind of world that no one recognized. I wanted the reader to be able to read the book and think ‘huh, that could happen. It is possible that we, as a society, could lock up psychics in internment camps.’

That kind of research isn’t the same as having to recreate a time period for a historical story. I am so impressed all the time with historical authors and their ability to do that!  How do you all do it?

A blurb for Eye Contact, The Conditioned, Book one 

Thirty years ago, after the breakdown of an oil negotiation, the President of the United States decided that all people born with unusual abilities, which he would now refer to as “the condition”, would be locked away from the general public where they couldn’t harm others. Parents and loved ones of these people, most of whom were children, were forced to turn them in upon penalty of death. Formed to keep the institutions secure, the Committee for the Protection of a Free Society now rules these institutions with an iron fist.

The granddaughter of one the Committee members, Addison Wade has lived her life wary of the institutions and all they represent. A woman of secrets, she is forced to turn to Safe Dawn, one of the facilities designed to hold conditioned people, when her nephew is kidnapped and, despite her best efforts, cannot be recovered. She knows the last thing anyone in ‘Safe Dawn’ will want to do is to help a Wade with any problems, but she is desperate and out of options.

Spencer Lewis is famous for being the premier conditioned ‘locator.’ There’s no one he can’t find and he has a soft spot for missing children. But, Spencer has been through a trauma and locating Jeremy Wade may be dangerous both to himself and to those around him. In addition, he takes one look at ice cold Addison Wade and wants nothing more than to knock her down a peg. Never having turned down an opportunity to help a child, he reluctantly agrees to help recover Jeremy.

In a world where nothing is as it seems and every person they encounter has his own agenda, Addison and Spencer will find that the only people they can trust are each other. But how can anyone fall in love living in a world that wants you dead just for being born?

More about Rebecca

As a teenager, I would hide in my room to read my favorite romance novels when I was supposed to be doing my homework.  I hope, these days, that my parents think it was worth it.

I am the mother of three adorable boys and I am fortunate to be married to my best friend.  We live in northern New Jersey and try not to freeze too badly during the winter months.

I am in love with science fiction, fantasy, and the paranormal and try to use all of these elements in my writing.  I’ve been told I’m a little bloodthirsty so I hope that when you read my work you’ll enjoy the action packed ride that always ends in romance. I love to write series because I love to see characters develop over time and it always makes me happy to see my favorite characters make guest appearances in other books.

In my world anything is possible, anything can happen, and you should suspect that it will.

I’d love to hear from you!




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4 thoughts on “Sizzling PR — Rebecca Royce

  1. I usually write in a near-future, or future time period, keeping it similar to now with some advancements and changes. I’m amazed at those who can write historical romance and make everything feel realistic. In Eye Contact, I had no issues with your alternative reality. It truly is a great read!

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