The Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays are nearly upon us and, through no devious ruse of my own or ingenious marketing plan, that’s coincidentally the time period in which my story, Love on the Run, is set. (Though now that I think of it, I may have to do a blog tour this time of year, every year, to celebrate one of my favorite novels.)
The kick-off for the romantic and comedic adventure of a lifetime is the Thanksgiving Day bank robbery masterminded by none other than our hero and heroine. What, banks are closed on Thanksgiving Day, you say? Well, I admit, that took some clever plot devices and workarounds at my end to ensure that at least one bank stayed open on Thanksgiving Day. (But you’ll have to read the novel to discover the details; far be it from me to spoil the fun.) The reason I went to such extreme lengths to justify such an outlandish robbery is that I had this amazing chase scene in my mind playing out right during the Thanksgiving Day parade between the hotshot lady FBI profiler’s posse and our unlikely heroes Zinio and Delaney. And there was just no way I was cutting that action sequence. In the end, I’m glad I didn’t, as it just adds to the colorful shenanigans these two are known for.
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