Read the #ContemporaryRomance The Right Choice by Fiona McGier #RLFblogA bride feels disrespected on her wedding day, so she runs out of the church in the new contemporary romance, The Right Choice by Fiona McGier. Two men want to marry her–but which should she choose?

Fiona, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. I’m Kayelle Allen, author and owner of this blog. Happy to have you here! Please tell us about The Right Choice.

The Right Choice by Fiona McGier

Genre Contemporary

Book heat level R

Veterinarian Pamela Wilson always used to run away from home to get attention from her status-conscious, preoccupied parents. Years ago she met a man who loved her unreservedly, but her parents didn’t approve of his blue-collar job, so she ran away from him too. When the ambitious lawyer she’s marrying answers a phone call while she’s walking down the aisle, it’s the last straw! She runs away again, this time to a cabin her parents don’t know about, owned by the mechanic. Does he still own it and is he still single? Will she finally stop running away and make the right choice for her future?

What’s in your character’s pockets, backpack, or purse?

What does your character always carry?

Pamela always carries her IDs and some money.

What does your character dislike carrying but has to?

Pamela isn’t fond of cell phones. She has to carry one for work, since she owns her own veterinary practice. But she has an answering service for emergency calls. She hates how dependent her fiance is on his phone. And to preclude anyone from using the phone’s GPS to track her, when she runs away, she leaves her phone on top of her wedding dress, in the limo, after she runs into her practice to change clothes.

Does your character carry money and if so, in what form (cash, credit, etc.)?

Pamela usually carries both–she likes to have some cash for small purchases. But this time, she has to withdraw a lot of money, because she’s “on the lam” and doesn’t want anyone to be able to locate her based on any credit records.

What does your character carry related to a job or calling?

She has business cards in her wallet, to pass out to prospective clients.

Does your character every carry things for other people? (like a mom with toys, etc.)

No, but this time she also brings along her tote bag with a change of clothing in it. She always has a couple of spare tee shirts, shorts, jeans, and underwear in her office at her practice, for when her patients might be “over-excited” while at the vet.

Questions for the Character to Answer About the Author

What does your author always carry?

She has a very small Vera Bradley purse that is actually little larger than a wallet, but it has a shoulder strap.

What does your author dislike carrying but has to?

Her cell phone. She doesn’t like them any more than I do. In fact, she still has a flip-phone, because texting and calling is all she ever does with it.

What does your author carry for luck?

She’s always got a few business cards with her author name, her blog link, and some other info about her books. Some of them have are pierced with a pin that says, “Reading is Sexy.” She loves to give those away!

How organized is your author’s backpack / purse?

Very! It’s so small it’s got very little room for much besides IDs, credit cards, some cash, the business cards, and a tiny tube of hand sani.

What does your author prefer to use when it comes to items like backpacks / purses?

She’s been into Vera Bradley stuff for years. One of her sons gives her a gift card every year for her birthday, so she can buy a new tiny purse. She’s also got bigger bags for various purposes, like duffel bags for camping, and one always packed with toiletries for when she travels.

Where to buy The Right Choice

Universal link
Barnes and Noble

Fiona McGier Social Media

I sub in high schools during the school year. Otherwise I’m writing and blogging about my books–and reading. Not only do I write erotic romance, I love to read it too.
I often read while camping with my long-time HEA. Our four adult kids sometimes join us. Shinrin-yoku is forest bathing in Japanese, and as long as there’s no snow on the ground, that’s where I’ll be and what I’ll be doing–as often as possible.
I also enjoy sewing–mostly masks these days– crocheting afghans to keep my loved ones warm, and baking–cookies, muffins, and especially pies. I’m known for my never-fail pie crust, so I put the recipe on my website under the pies tab, along with some of my family’s favorites, that I featured in one of my books that had a heroine who baked lots of pies.
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