Gallimore has arrived at a crossroad in life.
community did little to damage her status as America’s sweetheart. However, her
career starring in romantic comedies hasn’t given her any insights into
figuring out her own love life.
years, January shared a long-distance love affair with French rock legend,
Etienne Marceaux. Their relationship is passionate but comfortable. Caught in
the whirlwind between New York and Paris, they indulge in stolen moments in
between their chaotic celebrity lives.
Etienne certainly knows how to entertain her with his Dominance, January
realizes that something is missing. Now a thirty-something actress, she wonders
how long her career will endure, and she questions some of the decisions she’s
spontaneous trip with her best friend to Provence, January encounters a chance
meeting with a younger Englishman, Nigel Hereford-Smyth. With his naivete and
somewhat awkward aristocratic ways, Nigel, nevertheless, sweeps January off her
romp about the French countryside, January tutors her young suitor on the finer
points of BDSM, and Nigel unwittingly leads January on a deep exploration of
what really matters in her life. While she allows herself to revel in the bliss
of a possible new man in her life, she also realizes that Nigel carries his own
set of baggage.
leave Nigel by her filming schedule, January returns to the hustle of
Hollywood, only to find her confusion mounting.
choose Etienne, who makes her body sizzle…or Nigel, whose charm and manners leave
Juliet Braddock’s first efforts in creative writing came long before she
learned to put crayon to paper. In fact,
she began spinning stories in her head nearly as soon as she could form
complete sentences. As long as she can
remember, she’d always created sagas about imaginary friends, family members and pop culture icons, and kept
everyone around her entertained with her witty—but often very tall—tales.
typewriter to preserve all of those creative thoughts filling her head, but she
quickly switched to ball point pens and notebooks when the ribbon ran dry.
members of Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet or young leading men on
Broadway. However, as she matured as a
writer, she decided that it was just as much fun to create her own romantic
heroes and heroines.
and the tallest of skyscrapers were never high enough for her. Juliet’s wanderlust would eventually lure her
to New York, a city she often visited during her formative years, and her love
affair with Manhattan began. She’d
promised herself that one day she would return for good.
and after graduating with a degree in Journalism, she decided to set out on a
journey to find her heart…just where she’d left it.
from a small town to New York City, where she has made her home ever since.
the side, she’s indulged in international travel, theater and art. A wine and food buff, she’s by no means a
connoisseur, but she can give a few good restaurant recommendations if you’re
in the city.
New York that’s so rich in culture and so very vibrant. Every neighborhood has
its own story to tell,” Juliet says. “I
often do my best plotting on the subway, just observing the lives unfolding
around me. New York truly has a billion
stories nestled between the skyscrapers.”
condition called Pseudotumor, and while she is legally blind, she continues to
turn out her steamy, romantic stories with the
help of magnifying software for the vision-impaired.
lot, but I never let anything stop me from doing what I love to do,” Juliet
says. “Writing has been my passion since I was a child, and as long as I have
stories to share with my readers, I will continue.”
for Paris, perhaps—and is a gushing cat-mom to a Russian Blue mix who was
rescued as a kitten from the streets of Brooklyn, where they make their home.
assistance of software for the vision-impaired.