It's a wonder that Fiorella first saw the light of day above the Mason-Dixon line because she's a born rebel. She doesn't take dares, but she does take on challenges. Tell her there's something she can't do and she'll bust a gut figuring out how.
"I'd never use precise anatomical terms in a love scene in my romances," she told Friend Katie a couple of months ago. But even as she said it, she knew she'd contradict herself. It was just a matter of time, and now Princess Redlander, the second book of her Princess trilogy, features a love scene using precise anatomical terms.
See--Fio even rebels against herself.