Quintette of Questions: Alyssa J Montgomery

Quintette asks writers five quick questions. This week’s interview is with Alyssa J Montgomery!

ALYSSA J MONTGOMERY

Echoes of the Heart1.   What’s the name of your latest story – and how hard was it to pick a title?

Both my hero and heroine have been apart for a couple of years. Both feel betrayed by the other but have never stopped loving each other — even though they don’t want to. I chose the title Echoes of the Heart because despite all the angst – the love, attraction and friendship is still echoing in their hearts despite the passing of time and the complications of a whole host of factors that came between them.

2.     If you could choose anyone from any time period, who would you cast as the leads in your latest story?

That’s a really hard one. Possibly Dougray Scott (from Ever After) as Jake and Michelle Pfeiffer as Amanda.

3.     What five words best describe your story?

Heart-rending, Emotional, Angst, Passionate, Compelling

4.     Who is your favourite fictional couple?

The hero and heroine from the movie Ever After – Prince Henry and Danielle De Barbarac.

5.     What song always makes you cry?

Bright Eyes by Art Garfunkel from Watership Down.

About Alyssa
alyssa-homeAustralian author of pacy, passionate contemporary romances, Alyssa’s also been a Speech-Language Pathologist, professional pianist and international flight attendant! When not writing, her favourite past time is to travel with her family.

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Would you like to answer a Quintette interview? Email me at nmharrisheart@gmail.com!

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