Hello LoRee

welcome.

 

How did you come up with your title?
My heroine, Mandy, thinks of Gavin as her cowboy who appears just in time. He was there at the beginning when she fell through time, and always shows up at the moment she needs him.
What makes this book special to you?
Since my first release (or possibly earlier), I had wondered if I could write historical. With my farm background on land that had been homesteaded (not by my family), and no running water until I was ten, I thought I might be able to pull it off.
Do you have anything specific you want to say to readers?
First of all, thank you! Authors love reviews. Readers have no idea how encouraging words lift us up and make us feel what we are doing is worthy of recognition. I don’t want recognition for myself. I could not write or survive much of anything in life without relying on strength from the Lord.
How can readers connect with you?
www.loreepeery.comhttps://twitter.com/LoreePeeryhttps://www.facebook.com/LoReePeerywww.goodreads.com/goodreadscomLoRee_Peery
Pelican http://tinyurl.com/kwz9enk; And Amazon https://www.amazon.com/LoRee-Peery/e/B004UAGL2W/ref
What is the spiritual takeaway for your reader?
God is not restricted by time, He’s omnipresent.
What is your hero's main character flaw?
Gavin sticks up for the underdog but overlooks rising to his own defense.
What is your heroine's main character flaw?
Mandy believes that hard work provides everything.
What makes your hero heroic?
Gavin epitomizes the cowboy code. He doesn’t get riled and protects others. The rancher’s wife welcomed him into her home after his parents died, Gavin addresses her as Ma’am.

what makes your heroine heroic?
Amanda provides for her mother’s care. That motivation pushes her to succeed in her new event planning adventure.

 

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