Friday, September 28, 2007
Fated Love by Darcy McKenna
Tell us about your heroine --- the female lead in your book.
What's her name? Sarah Cameron
Why did you pick that name? This will sound crazy, but the character told me what her name was. I’d been leaning toward Emily, but when I changed it to Sarah everything just started jelling.
Give us a brief description of how she looks. She’s five feet tall with long strawberry blonde curly hair and electric blue eyes.
Is there anything unusual about her appearance? She looks almost exactly like the long lost girlfriend of the hero of the story.
Who does she love? Why? She loves Jake Riordan. At the moment of their first meeting Sarah felt she’d met her soul mate, but she has some issues she has to get past before she can make that leap to truly loving him.
Does this person love her? Yes. Very much. But Jake has to get past his issues with his long lost girlfriend who Sarah resembles so much.
Tell us about her family. Sarah’s family died prior to the beginning of the book. Her mother, father and sister were killed in an automobile accident a year prior to the time frame in the book. The loss of her family made Sarah very leery of giving her heart to anyone again because she never wanted to feel that kind of pain again.
Where is she from? Memphis, Tennessee
Does her hometown affect her behavior, thoughts and attitude? She’s very much a Southern girl.
What does she want out of life? She wants to become a well know artist and (deep down) to find that one perfect man to love her.
What's her biggest secret? (Only share if it isn't a spoiler in the story.) Her fear of loving anyone.
Did you write more than one story about her? No. This is the first story about Sarah.
How would she describe you? Hm. Probably as an obsessive reader who needs to get out more.
Is there anything else about your heroine that we need to know? Feel free to share.
Please provide your website link. www.darcymckenna.com
What is the link to buy your book? www.thewildrosepress.com
It was wonderful to meet her. Thank you for bringing her to meet us.