Welcome Susan

Tell us about you and your book.

How did you come up with your title?
I’m known for using alliteration in my other book series and wanted to make it simpler. Whitney’s Vow was initially Whitney’s Redemption. I wanted two words as the second book is Madi’s Secret. Sweet and simple with a little hint to the suspense of this story.
What makes this book special to you?
I based this book on a photo that author Loree Lough had posted on Facebook. I decided I’d try to write a story based on the photo of a man dressed in black with a cowboy hat, bending his blonde bride backwards while kissing her. Loree loved the story and of all the books my now deceased grandmother read, this was her favorite.
What makes this a "must read" and why?
It’s a fast-paced adventure. Married love. A woman who goes from victim to victor and doesn’t let deadly challenges that come her way, defeat her. I had been in a place in life where I realized I was living more like a victim than someone who was an overcomer. Maybe I couldn’t change my circumstances but with God’s help I could change the way I thought about them and reacted to them. It was life-changing.
What book are you reading now?
Red-Hot Monogamy by Bill and Pam Farrell. I have been personally blessed by their ministry at a writer’s conference and I’m reading it not because my marriage or sex life is lacking, but more because I want to be the best possible wife I can and if I can help our marriage continue to grow and keep the honeymoon going, then it was worth my time. And who knows? Maybe it will help my romance writing too!
Did you learn anything from writing this book? What was it?
I researched the use of oil in our country. Exporting and importing. Initially we were unable to export but when President Trump was in charge, we developed energy independence. When President Biden took office, I had to make some minor modifications to the story because things had changed again. Big oil plays a part in the story, but I didn’t realize that Blake and Whitney’s really danger came from another source. (I won’t share what it was though… you’ll need to read the book to find out!)
In no more than
Ten (10) words, what is the spiritual takeaway for your reader?

Be strong and courageous (Joshua 1:6)
Is there anything edgy/possibly controversial in your book? If so tell us what that is in
Twenty (20) words or fewer.

I don’t think so but then it is hard to know what some people will be offended by anymore.
What is your hero's main character flaw?
He thinks he’s invincible.
What is your heroine's main character flaw?
She was content to be taken care of. A bit passive.
What can readers learn from your villain?
Pride and greed will not prevail. Evil never wins.
What makes your hero heroic?
He discovers what is really important and is willing to fight for it.
what makes your heroine heroic?
She becomes her own champion and faces her deepest fears.

 

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Whitney's Vow

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