Romance Weekly's Authors answer questions about serious and non-so-serious aspects of writing. Enjoy!
1. Do you have a favourite character from any of your books?
It's very hard to choose one because all the heroes could be my man and all the heroines have a part of me in them. My hero, Trevor Greene, from Guarding His Heart is a favorite because he is unique- a Watcher, better known as a Bigfoot- who shifts between his human side and his more wild side. A gentle giant, he uses his innate ability to blend into his surroundings to protect a little boy who's in danger. He's tall, dangerous and sexy. What's not to love?
2. If you were him/her what would you have done differently in their situation?
I would have trusted my heart more, but Trevor's learned he can't trust humans. The boy's teacher attracts him like no other woman but she's human. Luckily for him, she's stubborn.
3. Do you believe in the traditional HEA or do you think sometimes characters don’t need (or maybe deserve) them?
I love a Happily Ever After but there are situations where the best you can get is happily for now. And, of course, some characters don't deserve ultimate happiness. I like writing HEAs, though, so you'll find one in most of my books.
It's been fun answering these questions. Hop over to Kate Robbins' blog to check out her answers to the same questions. It's bound to be great with an author who writes about Scottish Highlanders. I love a man with an accent.
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