Thursday, 29 June 2017

Character Interview: Wild Whispers #Romance #ASMSG



Hello Romance Readers,

It is Teaser Thursday.


I want to share a Teaser and Character Interview from my Sweet Romance, titled: Wild Whispers.




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Character Interview of a young child from
Wild Whispers ~ A Sweet Romance
In your own words, please introduce yourself to our readers?
Thank you for this opportunity, this is my first interview. I’m Ebele Okocha, a ten year old primary school student. I live with my parents and six brothers and sisters in a small house in Dagor Village, Nigeria.
Good to meet you, Ebele. How do you know a certain woman, called Adaora Dike who is the heroine in a new book titled Wild Whispers?
Ah, Auntie Adaora is my good friend. She lives in this beautiful big house in the woods a small way from our house. I first met her as I searched for my lost coin under the dried leaves. She helped me find my coin and she invited me to her house and gave me homemade biscuit and milk. She is the kindest person I know.
Sounds like you like Adaora a lot. Does everyone in Dagor Village know and like your Auntie Adaora?
Not at all. It hurts me to hear all the horrible things the villagers say about Auntie Adaora. They don’t even know her or speak to her but they judge her from afar. Even my parents come home telling tales about what they have heard others say about her in the market square. I think some adults are not nice to strangers. It is so sad.
Wow! You are one feisty young lady, Ebele. So do your parents approve for you to visit Auntie Adaora?
Shish! Can I trust you to keep a secret? You must not tell my parents about my visits to Auntie Adaora. I want to keep it quiet.
You can trust me to keep my mouth shut. Do you think Auntie Adaora has any special person she cares about?
Not until recently. I think the stranger who she helped likes her a lot. But Auntie Adaora does not know she cares about him yet. But I like him already. Gary is nice.
I’m curious, how do you know Gary likes Auntie Adaora?
Oh I saw the way he looked at her when she was not looking. Hmmm…my eyes see things. When Gary talks about Auntie Adaora his eyes light up. And he surprised her with a lovely gift.
Finally, if you got a small amount of money what will you get for yourself, Ebele?
For me? Oh…I will buy lots of sweets, chewing gums and biscuits. And if I had some left over, I will buy the English textbook I have been telling my parents to buy for me.
Thank you for chatting with us, Ebele. Your Auntie Adaora has a great friend in you.
Oh thank you for having me. I enjoyed our chat.

 
  ~ A Flirty & Feisty Romance Novel ~

Losing everyone dear to Adaora was hard to understand, but she now finds comfort in a quiet home in the woods. Out there, she discovers there is more to
life than she first thought. When a gorgeous man dashes across her yard in the dark, she fears the worst until she finds out he is from out of town.

Fleeing from his attackers, handsome photographer, Gary is stranded in the woods. He finds an abandoned shelter but it is already occupied by a woman with eyes that see through him. Now he must figure out a way to warm his way into her home, if not her heart. Before long, Gary struggles to get Adaora out of his head.


Through the tough night, will Adaora and Gary change each other's lives or will fate intervene to keep them apart?

~ From the Author of His Ring: A Sweet & Steamy Romance ~
 


 
 
 
 
As Gary walked in, he looked left and right before he dropped the black bag in his hand at his feet. White and black trainers covered his feet like foot gloves.
 
 
“Please call me Gary. Look, I understand you’re scared. Don’t be.”
Adaora gave him a cursory glance. “If you promise not to cause any trouble, you can stay until morning. My reputation in this village can’t get any worse. I have no generator to provide electricity tonight. But I have got more candles. Come this way.”
 
 
She led the way to the parlour. His steps thudded against the tiled floor. “Sit down while I fetch the matchbox.”
 
In her head, Adaora knew it was crazy to allow any man into her home in the middle of the night. But he turned out to be a white man from abroad stranded in the woods. The villagers already called her vile names. Another dreadful peg will not make a difference.
 
 
Adaora grabbed one matchbox from the wooden cupboard that separated the parlour from the dining area and struck one stick. She cupped one hand over the flickering flame and lit three candles on three silver plated stands.
 
Usually, when Adaora was alone, she preferred to light a single candlestick. With the flick of one arm, she shoved her long, dark hair behind her neck and carried two candle stands to the centre table in the parlour.
 
“Please sit down, Gary. You’re making me nervous. How tall are you?”
 
He rubbed his palms together and sat on her large, black armchair. “I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to frighten you. I’m six four. And I’ll tell you anything you want to know.”
 
She nodded and swallowed. He was a good eight inches taller. So many questions tripped over themselves in her head.
 
“What are you doing here in Dagor? I mean how did you end up on my doorstep?”
 
By now, the rain beat down on her rooftop without mercy. She had to raise her voice to make sure he heard her above the staccato noise.

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I wish you a romantic week.

Love 
Stella 
 
 
 

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