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Happy Tuesday! I hope to find everyone is having a fantastic week thus far. Welcome to the Romance Writers Weekly blog hop…or bounce. If you’re stopping by from Leslie Hachtel‘s site, welcome. It’s always nice to see new readers.
This week, I was the one to ask the questions of the Romance Weekly authors. The question I posed to the group was this: What is one of your favorite quotes from your book(s)? Explain the reason why it’s your favorite and its significance to the story and characters.
Man, what was I thinking asking such a question? It’s hard enough to critique your own work during the editing process but to find that one quote that speaks to you…ouch.
But because I’m currently in the editing process of Compass, that’s where I’m pulling my quote from. To set the scene, our two main characters, Ryan and Alexis are discussing love and what it means to open one’s heart to another
person. Alexis has professed her fear of falling in love and Ryan, the sweet gentleman that he is, has informed her that he won’t let her fall. That’s where this quote is taken from. It reads: “Falling hurts. Love’s not supposed to hurt. It’s supposed to free you, to lift you higher. Make you fly.”*
I absolutely love that line because it’s spot on. For Ryan and Alexis, it cracks the door of what’s to come for them and their relationship.
Compass is scheduled for release on November 17, 2015. ARCs will be sent out on September 21st. I can’t wait to share this sweet romance about first love and second chances with you all.
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Well, that’s it, folks. Make sure to stop by author J.J. Devine‘s blog to check out her favorite quote and why.
Until next time,
* Quote is subject to change in final publication