Shannon Taylor Vannatter – Fictional Romantic Interview – Part 2 of 3

Shannon here: I put my hero and heroine to the test with a new interview. Does it sound like these two will ever end up together? Comment on any post dated April 11 – 15 for a chance to win a copy of White Doves or White Pearls. Two books–two winners. Deadline: April 16, midnight central time.

      1.    Are you open to your own romance?

Laken: No. My parents’ marriage scared me away from the prospect of ever getting married.

Hayden: No. My ex-fiance deserted me when I needed her the most. I decided not to trust again.

      2.    If you were open to your own romance, what’s the number one quality you’d require?

Laken: Since my father is an alcoholic, I’d want a man who never drinks a drop.

Hayden: Trustworthiness.

      3.    What’s the number two quality you’d require in a mate?

Laken: The ability to face problems head on.

Hayden: Loyalty.

     4.    Where is the best place you can think of to find a mate?

Laken: I don’t have a clue.

Hayden: Church.

      5.    Where is the worst place you can think of to find a mate?

Laken: It’s a tie between a bar and church. I grew up in church where everyone thought my parents were the paragons of virtue, while my mom spun the wheels of gossip and my father drank himself into a stupor.

Hayden: A bar.

       6.    What’s the one habit or lifestyle that would make you run the other way?

Laken: If he insisted I go to church with him.

Hayden: If she wasn’t a Christian.

      7.    What would be a reason to end a potential romance for you?

Laken: If he didn’t trust me.

Hayden: If I couldn’t trust her. 

      8.     Where would you want to get married?

Laken: Anywhere but the Romance Post Office.

Hayden: The Romance Waterfalls.

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Come back April 15th for a never before seen excerpt from White Doves.

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