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Em Torrey is a Pacific Northwest native with an affinity for cheap champagne and sarcasm. She writes romance with suspense, banter, and steam. She has a husband, a black lab, and a few kids. When she’s not writing she enjoys spending time outdoors and binge watching Game of Thrones.

Intuition, noun; a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning.


Instincts are fickle, the world will tell you to trust your gut and go with whatever it tells you.

Jaxson Reid has been following his instincts in the stock market for a decade, and he’s made millions off his keen intuition, but when one of the companies he’s invested in goes belly up, instincts are no longer an issue.

The Federal Government calls what he did insider trading, but he calls it a hunch.


We started as friends and after a week long fling in Mexico, I start to question my morals and the oath I’ve taken as a lawyer.

As the top defense attorney in the state, I’ve defended some of the most heinous murderers of the last decade. So why should a green eyed man who makes my knees weak be the reason I’m questioning my morals.


Do I follow my instincts or will my heart overrule it all?

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Q&A with Em Torrey

Q: Can you tell me a bit about yourself and how you became an author?

With the world at a standstill I took the opportunity to really invest my time into writing.
My first book Broken Truths published last October, I had been writing it for close to two years at that point.


Q: What is your writing process like?

Chaotic. It’s a weird mix of plotting and pantsing. I try not to plot too far into the book because I like the unknown, I like to see where the characters will take me. I always write the last chapter first which might be strange for some but if you know where you’re going it makes it easier to get there.

Q: What do you like to do when you are not writing?

​I like to spend time outdoors, camping hiking, drinking on my back porch.


Q: How do you celebrate when you are finished writing a book?

​When I type “the end” I like to grab a glass of wine and shut my laptop. It’s not really a celebration Per se, but more of a you’re done, don’t obsess.

Q: How do you celebrate when your books are released?

​Mimosas! Always.

Q: Can you tell me how the book/series came about?

​The series came to be by a conversation with my sister in law..we both had covid and were talking about the vaccine, and she said jokingly “wouldn’t it be crazy if no one actually got the vaccine and it was saline?” Obviously this is not true but it got my wheels turning and Callahan and Brielle were born.

Q: Are any of your characters similar to real-life friends or family?

​No. I try not to write about people In my real life outside of nominal personality traits.

Q: What was the most challenging part of writing this book?

​Kristin has a big of a sordid past and it was hard to write about. I almost didn’t finish this book to be honest, if not for Whitnay Edes pushing me to actually write the damn thing it would probably still be half finished on my laptop.

Q: What part of writing this book was the most fun for you?

​Kristin’s personality is so cutthroat, it’s all the things I wish I could say but don’t. I loved writing her.

Q: What Authors or other Books have inspired you to write this book?

​Oh gosh, I’m lucky enough to have one hell of a support team but as far as inspiring the book itself, Whitnay Edes told me after Vile Intentions came out that Kristin needed her own book….and here we are.


Q: What is your favorite passage from this book?

​“You know, she may have let you lay her down, but where the fuck were you when she needed help back up, huh? You’re a fucking coward, and I hope you rot for this.” I say, releasing his throat.

Q: If you could meet any of your characters, who would it be and what would you say to them?

Kristin x 1000% 

I’d thank her for letting me live vicariously through her for the past 6 months. Letting me say all the things I wouldn’t dream of saying out load.

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