by Megan Frampton
You’ve likely read a lot of romances, so you know names are crucial to defining the hero and heroine.
For me, I can’t start writing the book until a) I know what real-life person the hero looks like and b) until I know both the hero’s and heroine’s names.
But it is a strong name, and so my hero is (hopefully) equally strong, with a certain mindset that gets thrown off-kilter when he meets the heroine, Genevieve (I don’t know where that name came from, just that she was Genevieve from the start).
If you haven’t seen Cary Grant in any films, I’d suggest watching:
- His Girl Friday
- North by Northwest
- Bringing Up Baby
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Megan's Newest Historical Romance: My Fair Duchess
It was impossible, unprecedented…and undeniably true. Genevieve is now a “duke”, or, rather, a duchess. So what is she to do when the ton eyes her every move, hoping she’ll make a mistake? Genevieve knows she has brains and has sometimes been told she has beauty, but, out of her depth, she calls on an expert. And what an expert, with shoulders broad enough to lean on, and a wit that matches her own. Archie is supposed to teach her to be a lady and run her estate, but what she really wants to do is unladylike—run into his arms.
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