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Character Interview and Giveaway: The Texas Wedding Blog Tour with RJ Scott

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We’re so pleased to welcome author RJ Scott to The Novel Approach today, on the Texas Wedding blog tour. Enjoy RJ’s guest post, an interview with Robbie, and then be sure to click on the Rafflecopter widget below to enter for the chance to win a $15 Gift Card at Amazon or ARe, winner’s choice, and two additional runner-up opportunities to win an e-book from RJ’s backlist.

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In Texas Wedding there is a moment towards the end that will make sense if you read the book. However, I wanted you to see what five characters thought of the main couple Jack and Riley, and Sean decided to help by interviewing them.

Texas Wedding is only possible because SCOTUS supported same sex marriage. Thank you SCOTUS. Love is love.

RJ

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Robbie took the offered seat. If he had a choice he wouldn’t be here at all. The idea of talking about himself or opening up his heart for any reason scared the shit out him.

“You okay?” Sean asked.

How did he answer that loaded question? Not for the first time he wished Eli was in here with him.

“Yeah,” Robbie lied instead.

“And you’re okay with this interview?”

“It was all explained, go for it.”

“I just want your thoughts about Riley and Jack.”

Robbie had spent the last few days wondering what the hell to say when it came to his turn in front of the camera.

“Jack’s a good boss,” he began. Tick one in the list of things he was going to say. “And he loves horses. He’s a cowboy in his heart.” That sounded a lot more flowery than he’d intended.

Sean nodded his approval. “Like you,” he said, and pressed a hand to his chest. “A cowboy inside here.”

“Yeah. And Riley, him and Jack are happy.” Robbie shifted uncomfortably in his chair. Since falling in love with Eli things had changed in his life. He could admit to having emotions, he could be honest and let some of those sentiments free. He just didn’t want to say the wrong thing and ruin this whole damn video.

“What about their family. Tell me about them.”

Robbie brightened. Now that he could do. “Their eldest, Hayley, she’s a sweetheart, and the twins, Connor and Lexie, they’re so alike in some ways and so different in others. I remember when the twins were born, and when Max moved to live here. Max has autism; he’s a special kid, and Jack and Riley are the best parents.”

Sean sat back in his chair. “So do you have a message for the viewers of this film?”

“That Jack and Riley, and the kids, are a family.”

Sean tilted his head, clearly expecting more.

Robbie cleared his throat. “What else do I need to say. Family is everything and there is a whole lot of love in that house. Never seen two men more in love, and they love their kids, and they’ll be together forever.”

That was a lot more flowery than he’d thought he’d manage.

“Thank you,” Sean said.

“Am I done now?” Robbie was once more incredibly uncomfortable. Eli was going to have a field day with this when he saw it. Never seen two men more in love? What the hell made him say that? When he only had to see him and Eli in the mirror to see the same love.

Robbie and Eli’s story begins in Texas Heat

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Texas 7Blurb: Sometimes Riley and Jack have to be the ones to fight other people’s battles and stand up for what is right.

With the life changing prospect of a yes vote from SCOTUS on the issue of same sex marriage, Riley and Jack realise they have decisions to make. Add in some distressing family news and the very real possibility that old secrets may resurface, and this last book in the Texas series pulls together as many threads as the boys can manage to handle.

But through all the ups and the downs, children, family events, laughter, and tears, there is nothing as special as the forever love between these two men.

The full book list:

Book 1 – The Heart of Texas

Book 2 – Texas Winter

Book 3 – Texas Heat

Book 4 – Texas Family

Book 5 – Texas Christmas

Book 6 – Texas Fall

Book 7 – Texas Wedding

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RJ ScottAbout the Author: RJ Scott has been writing since age six, when she was made to stay in at lunchtime for an infraction involving cookies. She was told to write a story and two sides of paper about a trapped princess later, a lover of writing was born.

As an avid reader herself, she can be found reading anything from thrillers to sci-fi to horror. However, her first real true love will always be the world of romance where she takes cowboys, bodyguards, firemen and billionaires (to name a few) and writes dramatic and romantic stories of love and passion between these men.

With over seventy titles to her name and counting, she is the author of the award winning book, The Christmas Throwaway. She is also known for the Texas series charting the lives of Riley and Jack, and the Sanctuary series following the work of the Sanctuary Foundation and the people it protects.

Her goal is to write stories with a heart of romance, a troubled road to reach happiness, and most importantly, that hint of a happily ever after.

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9 thoughts on “Character Interview and Giveaway: The Texas Wedding Blog Tour with RJ Scott

  1. Jen CW says:

    Memorable moment from a wedding…my mother’s family is large and when one of my uncles got married, they were trying to get a family photograph. But everyone was messing around and my grandmother was standing with this unhappy face and her hand on her hip. The picture is hilarious, but hard to describe.

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  2. Denise Dechene says:

    Memorable moment from a wedding- When my sister got married I had 2 children already. My youngest was 3. When it came time for my parents to walk into the reception my dad had to carry her. She would not let go of my dad. There is also the time when I was a little girl. I was in my uncles wedding At the reception there were 2 different fountains-leaded and unleaded. My sister was 6 at the time. With all the craziness no one realized my sister was drinking from the leaded fountain. She ws a bit tipsy

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  3. Kim W says:

    My nephew, one of the ring bearers, first took off in fear about half way down the aisle. Then he spent the entire ceremony squirming to get out of my sister’s grip because he desperately wanted to stand up from with his dad who was one of the groomsmen.

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  4. I was the flower girl for my parents’ second wedding. Right before we are supposed to walk down the aisle, my brother started throwing a fit. He didn’t want to walk with me. As soon as the music started, though, he grabbed his suit coat, put it on and started walking down the aisle arm in arm with me. The pictures looked so cute!

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  5. Marla says:

    My son was a ring bearer in his aunts wedding when he was 3 years old. He did just fine during the rehearsal. Day of the wedding he and his little cousin were lined up ready to go…well I apparently made the mistake of leaning out of my seat to take a photo of them and he saw me. He saw me and took off running down the aisle right for me crying his little heart out!

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  6. younela says:

    My nephew recently got married at one of those country house venues and the photographer took some really random photos, but the best one I think will be the star of the album, he went up on to the balcony, then had the bride and groom in the centre and all the other guests positioned to make the rest of a massive heart shape with a back drop of the beautiful grounds. Also at the reception he had a photo booth. Each set of photos produced 2 copies,1 to take away and 1 to put in a memory book with a comment. Some of those photos were pretty odd by the end of the evening!

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