An interview with Colt McCall from “An Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy”
A fabulous interview with June Kearns via LIz-Anne Lloyds blog. I loved this novel and am impatiently awaiting the arrival of June’s new one. No pressure, obvs.
My heart is pounding with excitement at the chance to interview the irresistible Colt McCall from June Kearn’s book.
What were your first impressions of Miss Annie Haddon?
First off? As if a scruffy dog had suddenly appeared and attached itself to me. Yeah, someone’s stray, a pampered pet – one that wasn’t particularly biddable, either. For such a small fry though, she seemed to have a pretty big mouth. A talker, too – mite too fond of her own opinions to my mind, at the time. No idea what she’d landed herself into, either. Not … a … single, solitary clue.
Annie called you intimidating and you certainly don’t suffer fools readily. Would your life be easier if you were more diplomatic?
Let’s face it, shall we? Annie was white, English, opinionated. Not a hope in hell of understanding someone like me. As for diplomacy! Well, the West belongs…
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