Wednesday, June 3, 2015

If Dangerous Decisions Was Made Into A Movie...

With: B. B. Cruz

I’ve been asked who I see playing the main characters, if Dangerous Decisions was made into a movie. This question actually brings up a really funny memory, and my husband will probably cringe when he reads this! Let’s just say that if anyone had looked through the camera roll on his phone, there would’ve been some raised eyebrows. There was picture after picture of nothing but extremely good-looking men – but he was actually helping to inspire my image of Ramon!

We both agreed that Adrian Grenier would make a great Ramon, provided he developed an accent and wore brown contacts. Carino’s character was a little harder to nail down, but in the end, I feel like Margot Robbie would be a perfect fit. Abby would be played by Ginnifer Goodwin, who has the most perfect pixie cut. Raj would definitely be played by Ajay Naidu, and I can easily see Emerson as Peter Stormare. Now, if only I could figure out how to make this happen…

Ramon (Adrian Grenier)                    Carino (Margot Robbie)

Abby (Ginnifer Goodwin)                  Emerson (Peter Stormare)

Raj (Ajay Naidu)


Someone is feeding the Feds information on alleged illegal activities at the Franklin Everly law firm, and Carino Montgomery is targeted as a prime suspect. There’s enough evidence to put her in the hot seat when hired gun, Ramon Terrones, arrives to uncover the mole.

But from the moment they meet, Ramon relentlessly pursues Carino, triggering a whirlwind romance packed with fierce emotions … and secrets that won’t remain buried. Both Ramon and Carino have worked hard to put their pasts behind them, but the truth could bring their whole lives crumbling down.

Will their unlikely relationship be worth sacrificing everything they’ve worked for? Or will their secrets prove to be bigger than their love? 

Author Bio:
B.B. Cruz currently lives in Alaska with her husband, two teenage daughters and two little doggies. She's a huge fan of romance, and loves to cozy up with a novel, which definitely makes the long winters and cold nights easier to handle.

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