Author Interview With Caitlin Moss

Please introduce yourself and your book(s)

My name is Caitlin Moss. I am the author of three contemporary romance/women’s fiction novels: The Cracks Between Us, Not Mine to Love, and Sixteen Summers. I am a wife and mom of three and reside in the PNW.

Tell us about the characters and relationships in your stories

Aila Sorenson is having an identity crisis. Lost in motherhood and her marriage, Aila is tempted to make a choice that will make her whole life unravel. It is a story where devotion rivals desire and she must decide which one is worth fighting for.

Tabitha Jones just lost her husband in a tragic accident. Knowing nothing but their marriage for her entire adult life, she must now navigate through life without him as a widow and now single mom of two. As she heals from the loss, she must learn there is always room for more love, even when life doesn’t turn out how you planned.

Jackson Williams can’t catch a break. He’s been in love three times and now he’s wondering if love isn’t meant for everyone. Tackling issues of addiction, infidelity, abortion, deceit, and how they affect relationships, his story is heartbreaking yet familiar to anyone who’s ever been disappointed by love.

What lessons could readers learn about real-world relationships from your novel(s)?

The rawness and grit it takes to make a relationship work. The reality that marriage and committed relationships aren’t perfect; that there is not a balance but if two people are committed to each other despite their flaws, their pasts, and their mistakes, they can get through anything.

What real-life relationship experiences, observations or insights have influenced your writing?

I like to tell stories that feel so real, readers question whether or not the story is fiction. I have been married for thirteen years, I am a mother of three, and I have always observed the world around me and allowed myself to feel things deeply. And in doing so, I realized everybody has something that makes them hurt, that makes them feel invisible or lost. Using the aches of life as a catalyst for my books is how my stories unfold.

Are there any relationship themes or topics you want to cover in future releases?

So many!

Friendships. Lies. Tragedies. Job loss. Any major life event that can shift the stability of a relationship is right up my alley.


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