An interview with Violet from Knee Deep, the next book in the Love in the Suburbs series, releasing July 29th #characterinterview #MondayBlogs #Romance #Romancenovels #reading

Knee Deep, book 4 of the Love in the Suburbs series, is almost here. Yeah! In this fourth and final book of the series, Luke finally gets his love story. Today’s blog is an interview with Violet, the woman he used to love but currently can not stand to be in the same room with. Without further ado, take it away Violet.

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What is your full name? Do you have a nickname? If so, who calls you this?

Hi! My name is Violet Scott. I do have a nickname – Petal. But he-who-shall-not-be-named calls me that. So, yeah, no one is using my nickname now.

Are you an only child? If not, how many siblings do you have? Are you close or are you estranged?

Some days I wish I were an only child. But no, I have four siblings – two brothers and two sisters. They are all married and popping out babies like it’s no one’s business. We are quite close as my parents have retired and moved away to enjoy their golden years away from all the icky snow and ice. To be honest, though, I’m not always excited to see my siblings. They’re all super happy and in love. Blech!

Did you enjoy school? If not, why did you struggle?

I used to love school. And college was a total ball. But then, some bad stuff happened. Really bad stuff and I fell into a depression. It took me years to get back on track and return to school to get my degree.

If you could change one thing from your past, what would it be, and why?

This is an easy one. I would not let Luke Freaking Bauer run all over me. Nope. When he said all that nasty stuff to me, I would have told him exactly where to go. It would have not been a nice place, let me tell you.

Do you believe in the existence of soul mates and/or true love?

I used to. Not so much anymore.

On Monday morning, are you excited to go to work, or are you sad?

I love, love, love my job. I work as an event planner for F&J’s events. Since I started working there, my boss Frankie and my co-worker Bailey have become two of my best friends. I only wish they weren’t friends with you know who. I may have to leave this job if I want to avoid the jerk.

What is your greatest fear?

I’m afraid I will never have a family of my own.


Yikes! Dena here again. Way to end the interview on a depressing note, Violet. Geez. Someone needs to cheer the girl up. I think I know just the man for the job. Mwahaha

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