When I’m working on a story, I always like to have some visuals to refer to not only to keep me in track, but also for inspiration.
I wanted to share some of the visuals I used while writing Love at the 20-Yard Line.
And if you haven’t read it yet, here’s what one reviewer had to say about it:
“This is a cute romance between a sophisticated image consultant and an arena football star. Neither are looking for love, but stumble on it nonetheless. If you like romances, you will love this clean present-day interlude…”
Without further ado –
I chose Emily Bett Rickards as my ideal Haven Haggarty. She’s beautiful and sweet with an innocent charm. She’s got that girl-next-door thing going on and looks so much like I picture Haven – long blond curls, big blue eyes, dimples in her cheeks, and a great smile.
Haven has a cousin named Allie who is her best friend and polar opposite. While Haven can be a bit of an introvert, Allie doesn’t even know the meaning of the word. Meghan Ory looks just how I pictured Allie.
Allie can be kind of a pill, but she has Haven’s best interests at heart, at least I think she does.
While I’m on the topic of visuals, I want to give a shout-out to my friend Tessa and her hubby. His hand is the one I used on the cover. (Thanks, Mike!).
Even if you aren’t a sports fan, Love at the 20-Yard Line is a sweet love story about a couple who learn some hard lessons as they fall in love.