That is until, one day she decides to do something out of the ordinary, on impulse she buys a dress that makes her feel like a completely different person, so, for one day she decides that she is going to pretend to be ‘Becky’, a woman with a zest for life and a love of Melbourne.
Lucas is dedicated to his work, a workaholic and completely dedicated to his company taking over the country, a business trip to Melbourne results in a lost account and the chance meeting of Becky.
Rebecca under the guise of Becky is flirty, fresh and fun, everything Rebecca is not. As Becky, she enjoys her time showing Lucas around her beautiful city Melbourne, but she wasn’t prepared to fall in love with a man she knew less than 24 hours, she swore it wasn’t possible.
Leaving him a Dear John Letter she went back to her old life, but she didn’t count on finding her old life to seem dull and boring, he had given her life.
With his Dear John Letter in hand he is determined to find the woman he fell in love with, he would move to Melbourne and he would search Melbourne head to toe to find her, she had shown him that there was more to life than work and without her in his life, he couldn’t live.
With little more than her name, can Lucas find the woman who turned his heart and world upside down?
Could she go back to her old life with her old routine and could she put Lucas out of her mind and out of her heart?
MP-Do you feel your characters have helped you grow as woman?
VE-I'm not sure if it has helped me grow as a woman but definitely as a person, you think differently and you look at things from a different perspective, each character is different and to convey that character you need to see the world from their eyes, walk in their shoes and you need to feel how they feel and so you become more aware that people react differently and you become less judgemental. I continue to learn and grow and continue to be amazed by the things I learn each time.
MP-Your cat makes her way onto your shoulders and computer does she ever make her way into your books?
VE-No, not yet. My cat Daisy is a new introduction to our family, but I believe she will one day, she is a very loving cat and constantly demands my attention and affection. (Sounds like a wonderful character doesn't she!)
MP-Where did your inspiration for your Becky character come from?
VE-I'm not quite sure where the original idea came from, a lot of my story ideas just appear in my head like a movie picture as did the story for Becky, however the character Becky is a woman who is used to being in control and for one day she decides to change her character to be someone else for just one day. I think some of us wish for just one day we could be something or someone we are not, without consequences would be good.
MP-Can you ever see yourself writing a different genre?
VE-Yes, absolutely. My first book was a light hearted crime novel, my second book a romance, I would love to get into fantasy, I have an idea for a book and I am in the process of putting the pieces together, the characters, the scene and how it will all piece together. Playing with different genre's and writing styles will help me improve as a writer and I look forward to it
MP-Is it difficult to deal with other authors when you edit other’s books?
VE-No, not at all, or I don't find it, most of us, or those that I have dealt with welcome another set of eyes and another person's point of view.
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