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In Southwest of Love and Murder, the heroine, Phoebe, is more than a little attracted to Mason Meadowlark. Mason is the sheriff’s brother, but he’s a rancher in Chino Valley, Arizona and the polar opposite of his brother.
Q: Good morning, Mason. I understand you have quite the reputation as a playboy.
A: Someone’s been telling tales.
Q: You’re single. Widowed or divorced and any children?
A: I’m divorced. We, uh, no children. My baby daughter died.
Q: I’m sorry. Anything more you’d like to add?
A: No. That was a long time ago.
Q: Anyone special in your life right now?
A: Hey, they’re all special, right? Although, I do have to say, Phoebe blew into my life, and I can’t get her off my mind any more than I can get the prairie out of my soul.
Q: Sounds like she’s rocked your world. Tell me more.
A: She’s not like anything we have in this ranching country. Phoebe is a murder/mystery writer with a sense of humor and a sexiness you can’t ignore. I call her my gypsy.
Q: Let’s try some flash questions to get to know you more personally.
A: Sure. Shoot.
Q: Night or Day?
A: Night. Moon over the prairie. Coyotes howling. Sitting on the veranda with an after-dinner bourbon and watching the stars twinkle in Phoebe’s eyes.
Q: Love or lust?
A: Ha. Well, let’s start with lust and see where it goes.
Q: Boxers, briefs, or commando.
A: My brother warned me about you. Boxers.
You can find out even more about Mason Meadowlark here: http://brendawhiteside.blogspot.com/p/get-to-know-characters.html
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