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1. Do you have a favourite character from any of your books?
Will I sound pompous if I said that I have a few of them? Come on, let’s face it. We have to love our characters to write them, don’t we? If I absolutely must pick one then I am going to pick Kevin Bradford from my paranormal, summer 2014 release called “Love Encounters”.
2. If you were him/her what would you have done differently in their situation?
See, now that’s the question. I’m not sure I would have had Kevin do anything differently. Kevin’s story is that he, being Caucasian, accepted a job in a Black owned and family run company and just about falls in love with his boss’ daughter almost immediately. He has to overcome a lot. She’s off limit in some respects because screwing up a relationship with her could cause him to lose his job and would she even consider dating someone different than her race, not to mention, she has a dead-end crush on one of their coworkers. Kevin shows my Heroine, Shelly Barnes, that he is respectful, smart, considerate, and unlike any stereotype she might have of him. It’s his patience that finally wins Shelly’s heart. I doubt I would do anything different in his story.
3. Do you believe in the traditional HEA or do you think sometimes characters don’t need (or maybe deserve) them?
I’m a big believer in the traditional HEA. Everything I’ve ever written had them and to me being happy is being fulfilled by finally finding someone who completes you. With that, it seems that all things are possible and can be achieved with someone you love and trust by your side.
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