I love romance novel heroes and I know you do too. Which is why I’m inviting special guest authors and their heroes to select and answer two questions for us. The questions come from a list I designed to dip into what really lies underneath all that strapping, heroic yumminess. Today’s guest author is Wren Michaels! Please give a warm welcome to Wren and her hero, Marcus, as we see what the brave rescuer from Unbearable is willing to share, but first a sweet little message from his author…
Thank you, Carlene, for having me on your blog today! This is my debut novella so I’m going through ALL THE FEELS right now. A friend of mine, Evie Knight, urged me to give Evernight Publishing’s Naughty Fairytale line a try, and so the retelling of the lesser known fairytale Snow White and Rose Red was born. The first book in my SnowRose Series is Rose Red’s story. Snow White’s story will be releasing in March, entitled BAD APPLE. I appreciate the opportunity to share this with you and hope your readers enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
Dearest Wren, I am so happy you took on that urging because from what I’ve read, this is a fantastic story and my goodness, Marcus… Love him already! Let’s show the readers why hearts are swooning across the globe…
Question One: What’s the last completely spontaneous thing you did?
Marcus: I would venture to say the night I dove into the river to save Rose. For the last two years I’ve lived in secret, my curse forced me to stay hidden from the world out of shame, and fear that I may hurt someone. But Rose, aye my Rose, the moment I laid eyes on that fiesty creature, my life was in her hands, and she didn’t even know it. To risk your life, your hidden secrets, to save the life of someone you’ve never even met, I’d think that would have to be the most spontaneous thing a person can do. When your head and heart are at war, listen to your heart.
My dear Marcus, I am overwhelmed at how eloquently you just put that. I can also think of nothing more brave than listening to your heart.
Question Two: Can you tell when someone is nervous around you and what makes you nervous? Continue Reading