This one is difficult. It's like picking a favorite child, you know? I mean, I don't know because I don't have children. I have dogs. And you can't have a favorite dog, it's just impossible.
So anyhoole, back to the question at hand.
I don't think I have a favorite. I love each one individually for what it is. That's a bit of a cop out answer, but it's true.
Sex, Murder & Killer Cupcakes: Loved for being the one that started it all.
Seduction, Deceit, & a Slice of Apple Pie: My first book to reach #1 on Amazon. It's my over achiever.
Scandal, Temptation, & a Taste of Flan: Carmen is introduced and the series is NEVER the same.
Ruthlessness, Revenge & Raspberry Cheesecake: I loved the storyline on this one. Loved developing Marian's relationship with Mika further.
Lust, Longing, & Lemon Sorbet: Again, character development in this one, especially with Marian's family.
Calamity, Crisis & Creme Brûlée: New city! New challenges! Old enemies! This was a crazy fun one to write! Never mind that I traveled to Seattle for a bit more insight.
Ghosts, Goblins, & Gooseberry Crumble: I could NOT get that idea out of my head. I loved putting it onto paper.
The Numbers Game: It was my first attempt to write a world outside Marian Moyer. How can I not love expanding my horizons?
So there you have it! No favorites but reasons why each one COULD BE my favorite. which kind of answers the question...
Allison Janda is a self-published author. She has three dogs, one of which acts more like a cat.