Today is another fun day with author, @KatieGanshert! I've asked her, Bethany, and Evan (her main characters) to play Would You Rather...! So let's get started.
Would You Rather...
Eat cookie dough or brownie batter?
Bethany: Brownie batter. It’s the only thing I can bake without ruining. And it brings back some good memories with my mom, before things flipped inside out. Whenever she made brownies, she’d give one beater to me and one to my brother to lick.
Evan: How about a nice pork tenderloin instead? Or one of Robin’s pies?
Katie: Brownie batter! Sometimes I make brownies just so I can lick the bowl. Yum, yum, yum.
live in a rockin treehouse or a sweet underground lair?
Bethany: The tree house. It would probably feel a lot like the loft I live in now. And I’d love to design it. Evan would probably never believe it, but I was a big tree climber when I was a little girl.
Evan: Tree house. My brothers and I built a really sweet treehouse when we were kids. Sometimes I’d go up there at night and listen to the crickets.
Katie: A sweet underground lair with lots of tunnels that I could explore.
fly or read minds?
Bethany: Fly. Life would have been a lot easier when I was a kid if I could have left all the junk on the ground and taken to the sky.
Evan: Read minds. I’d love to know what Bethany is thinking beneath that front she works so hard to put up.
Katie: Fly. Edward Cullen can keep his super power. I think I would hate to hear everybody’s private thoughts.
Thanks, Katie, for spending the week with us. We've laughed, been challenged and have had a great time all around!
What say you? Answer the questions in the comment section!
A young architect at a prestigious Chicago firm, Bethany Quinn has built a life far removed from her trailer park teen years. Until an interruption from her estranged mother reveals that tragedy has struck in her hometown and a reluctant Bethany is called back to rural Iowa. Determined to pay her respects while avoiding any emotional entanglements, she vows not to stay long. But the unexpected inheritance of farmland and a startling turn of events in Chicago forces Bethany to come up with a new plan.
Handsome farmhand Evan Price has taken care of the Quinn farm for years. So when Bethany is left the land, he must fight her decisions to realize his dreams. But even as he disagrees with Bethany's vision, Evan feels drawn to her and the pain she keeps so carefully locked away.
For Bethany, making peace with her past and the God of her childhood doesn't seem like the path to freedom. Is letting go the only way to new life, love and a peace she's not even sure exists?
|Author, Katie Ganshert|
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