Sun Chara and my life as the most beautiful fairy-tale
is a multi-published, JABBIC winner Manhattan Millionaire's
Cinderella, keys sexy, hip 'n fun contemporary romance, high adventure
historical romance, and any genre that knocks at her imagination.
Globetrotting for lore while keeping tabs on Hollywood leads...she loves
the challenge of creating stories for book and screen. Designer
frappuccinos with whipping cream and sprinkles on top make everyday a
She wrote two books:
Manhattan Millionaire's Cinderella
Will their wedding night be a one-night stand or a merger for keeps?
real estate mogul, Cade Sloan should've listened to his own advice:
trust no one, and never a woman…especially not his 24 hour bride gone
AWOL with his millions. Nina, mousy secretary turned sexy vixen, will
repay every penny with interest…
When Cade gears up for a takeover,
there's sweet hell to pay. Nina owes her husband a wedding night and
he’s hell bent on collecting… his way, his time, his pleasure.
All Wrapped Up in You
The fairytale busted! Their marriage hangs in the balance, but on this wind battered Christmas Eve, a miracle is born…
My interview with bubbling Sun!
Sun where did you grow up?
I was born on the beautiful island of Cyprus, grew up in Canada, and now live in sunny Southern California, USA!
When did you start to appreciate literature?
I read from a young age, especially the Nancy Drew Mysteries, and then Harlequin romances, especially Harlequin Presents. Yep! Under the covers reading with a flashlight!
Which are your favorite writers?
I have several favorites: Jude Deveraux, Ann Mather, Violet Winspear, Barbara Cartland, Johanna Lindsey, Janet Dailey, Jane Porter, Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, Alexandre Dumas…
When did you start to develop the idea of writing something?
High school...I got the only A in 12th Grade English creative writing. It was like I could see the story unfolding before my eyes like a film. Real Cool!
Cinderella is classic, and she gets her HEA with Prince Charming! Need I say more?!
What do you find fascinating in a character like that one?
Even in contemporary times, there are many Cinderellas out there…Prince Charming where art thou?! And it’s so good to cheer for the underdog, in this case Cinderella and have her win!
Can you tell us something more about your books?
I key sexy, hip ’n fun contemporary romance. Hopefully readers will be entertained, and when they close the book, will have a smile on their face, and ready to reach for my next book.
What do you think of relationships between men and women in our times?
Talking of love… It seems like that’s the problem; too many want to get into a relationship too fast, and when one doesn’t work out, then it’s on to the next…and so on. A major turn off that! It doesn’t work because it’s not the right one! Don’t force/rush it, instead get on with your life and allow the love to find you, then the relationship will happen. You can’t force love to happen. It will find you…you’ll know when it’s the real deal! And you’ll be so glad you waited for ‘the one’!
Do you think is there the necessary maturity or profundity in the couple?
This is getting a little deep now, but I’d say ‘grow up’ together. Be true! Love is a gift! Honor it!
What kind of things a girl/woman is searching to you in a man?
I think most people are searching for ‘true love’. I can’t speak for other women, but for me a real catch is a guy who’s real, true, good on the eye, smart ‘n sexy & has a great sense of humor! If he’s all that and successful, well that’s an added bonus!
Why according to you there are many more separations and divorces respect to the past?
In the past there was a stigma about divorce, whereas today it’s almost the norm…not good that! If each person truly loved the other more than himself or herself, then break-ups would not happen so often.
What kind of values are gone lost?
High moral values, Christian values…don’t shack up unless he’s put a ring on your finger and said, ‘I do!’
What do you search in a man?
I answered that above. J But I will add that, I don’t really search for things in a man…because you can’t love to order. I believe when it’s the real deal, and he’s the one I’ll know it…and we can go on this exciting life journey together!
Are you married or have you got a boyfriend? In this case in what way were you able to conquer his heart?
Not married, no boyfriend now…and not rushing to hook up. I only want ‘the one’ for me! And if he can conquer my heart…then he was worth the wait!
Would you want to suggest to all the Cinderellas of the world a method for not losing their man?
If he’s so easy to lose, I say, let him go…he was probably not the right guy. Your guy will search you out & capture your heart. J
Is there a recipe of happiness in love and for a couple so that the phrase forever can returrn to be normality and not just abstraction or long lasting memories of the oldest couples?
Yes! Love the other person more than yourself!
To you if the divorce would have introducted in the early 1900 couples would have known the same probematicity of today? And if not (or if yes) why?
I don’t know for sure, but people are people with the same dreams, hopes, and desires no matter the age.
How much count religion and the change of custom in our society?
Not so much religion, but having a relationship with God. Without God in people’s lives, things crumble.
Many many thanks Sun
Anna Maria Polidori