Jane Abieyuwa Igharo was born in Nigeria and immigrated to Canada at the age of twelve. She has a journalism degree from the University of Toronto and works as a communications specialist in Ontario, Canada. When she isn’t writing, she’s watching “Homecoming” for the hundredth time and trying to match Beyoncé’s vocals to no avail.
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What’s the strangest thing you searched for on the internet for your novel?
I didn’t really search anything strange. But one day, when I write a romantic thriller, I’ll search lots of strange things. That day might be coming very soon.
What book (or author) made you fall in love with the romance genre?
When I was in elementary school, I picked up Some Nerves by Jane Heller from the library. It was a romance, appropriate enough for someone my age. What I loved about that book most was the main character’s growth. It was a romance but also a story about a woman picking up the pieces and facing her fears. I was obsessed with that novel.
What is your favorite trope? Why?
Enemies to lovers. I absolutely love the sexual tension and the gradually journey to love…and to the bedroom.
It’s the morning after, and a lover is making your main character the perfect breakfast in bed. What is it?
French toast, bacon, and a bowl of mixed berries.
What book are you reading currently?
I am finally reading The Seven Husbands of Evenly Hugo!
The rapid fire question: Would you rather eat at a fancy restaurant or market stall food?