Spotlight On: Liz Matis #ASOT2014

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How did you get involved in the Authors Supporting Our Troops event?

My writing friend Stacey Joy Netzel posted about the event on Facebook.


What is your latest release and what genre is it?

Huddle Up is a contemporary romance.


Quick description of it.

When Angel O’Malley is left penniless by her deceased father’s gambling debts, she is forced to sue pro football player Billy Burner for child support. Blindsided with a five-year-old daughter, he tackles fatherhood with the same commitment he gives to the game, but he has his eye on a bigger prize: Angel’s heart.

She agrees to Billy’s plan to play house to ensure the new father makes no rookie mistakes. Though their passions burn hotter than ever they must overcome old betrayals, past hurts, and new insecurities if they are to prevent history from repeating itself.


Something unique about it.

I begin the book with a poem that Billy wrote to Angel when they were seventeen. I think it sets the tone of the rest of the book, which is more about the couple’s romantic love than about the physical attraction.


Links for people to buy it.






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Your short Bio.

I’m a mild manner accountant by day and romance author by night. Married 28 years I believe in happily-ever-after! I enjoy Zumba, watching sports, and reading.

Fun Fact: I read my first romance at the age of fifteen and soon after wrote my first romances starring my friends and their latest crushes!

One Response to “Spotlight On: Liz Matis #ASOT2014”

  1. I have Huddle Up on my Kindle and can’t wait to read it!


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