So.. what’s in a name? Anyone who’s read a romance novel knows that it’s really hard to crush on a man named Fritz or Delbert. When you’re writing gritty, realistic characters like most authors strive to write, you don’t want your heroine calling out some silly name in the heat of the moment, right?

I thought it would be fun to let my READERS have a chance at picking the hero’s name. My recent release, Shakedown, is part of my new private investigator series, Diamond and Diamond. Great news! Business is ABSOLUTELY BOOMING! That means that there will be a brand new detective coming to the agency.



Click on the fantastic image above to enter your suggestion today. Be sure to read the rules, too!

Oh, and.. if you haven’t gotten a copy of my latest release, Shakedown.. See what all the fuss is about!


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About Michelle Roth

Michelle Roth is a novelist from the Great White North (Toronto, ON). When she’s not disappearing into foreign lands, or making two perfect strangers that she invented fall in love, she’s probably curled up somewhere with a glass of wine and a good book. In her spare time she is typically hanging out with her awesome boyfriend and their two equally awesome cats. She likes taking road trips to nowhere in particular, cooking elaborate meals then making other people do the dishes, and being nerdy on the internet. Her books are currently available on
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