It’s Snowing Men: Guest & Contest with Heather Lire

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When I was asked to interview Cory Evans, the hero of A Holiday Christmas, I was really excited because I had a feeling there was more to him than what he revealed to me when I was writing his story. And boy was I right.

 HL: Thanks for talking to me today, I appreciate you taking the time from your busy schedule.

CE: It’s no problem Heather.

HL: Who has been the biggest influence in your life?

CE: My dad, Paul Evans. Everything I am I owe to him.

HL: What is the one thing your family would be the most surprised to know about you?

CE: Hmm, let me think for a moment. There aren’t a lot of secrets in my family my mom and sisters always manage to sniff them out. That being said, I think they would be surprised to know how

heather lire bookHL: Where is the one place you have always wanted to go, a place on your bucket list?

CE: Greece

HL: What do you like to do to relax?

CE: That depends…is my mom going to read this interview?

HL: Why does that matter?

CE: Because if she is, my answer is snowboarding in the winter and mountain biking in the summer. But if she isn’t then the answer is sex.

HL: Who’s your favorite author to read?

CE: I really like Thomas Greanias and Matthew Reilly.

HL: What book are you reading now?

CE: The Atlantis Revelation by Greanias.

HL: If you weren’t a cop what would you be?

CE: A Theoretical Mathematician

HL: Um excuse me a what?

CE: ::laughing:: That’s right you don’t do math. Did you ever watch Number’s on TV?

HL: Yes, its one of our favorite shows.

CE: I would do what Charlie and his friend did.

HL: Okay then.  What is your guilty pleasure?

CE: I don’t have any.

HL: Movies or tv and which movie or tv show is your favorite?

CE: Both, and Game of Thrones is my current favorite show.

HL: If you had a day to do whatever you wanted what would you do?

CE: Spend it with Averie

HL: What do you want us to know about you?

CE: I’m a pretty simple guy. I like to spend time with my friends and family. I love my job.

HL: Using 3-5 adjectives how would you describe yourself?

CE: Stubborn, loyal, determined

HL: What first attracted you to Averie?

CE: Her smile.

HL: Using 5 adjectives how would you describe Averie?

CE: Sexy, loyal, smart, stubborn,

HL: If you could take Averie anywhere in the world for a romantic week-end where would you go?

CE: A cabin in the mountains. No phones, no internet. Just her and me.

HL: Thanks Cory for sitting down with me. And for letting me share your story.

There’s magic in the air this Christmas Season in Holiday.

Averie Baldwin wants nothing to do with men. But her family and friends are determined she won’t spend her first Christmas back in Holiday, Vermont alone. So far she’s managed to avoid all their attempts to set her up on dates. Until she’s chosen to represent the school district in the town’s annual Christmas play…with the sexiest man she’s ever seen.

Corey Evans has a job he loves, great friends and a loving, if interfering family, but something is missing. When Averie shows back up in town he knows exactly what he needs in his life. Her. Getting to know her however has proven difficult, until they are thrown together on the annual Christmas play.

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Bio: Heather has traveled all over the world, speaks multiple languages, collects romance books like they’re going out of style, and has multiple book boyfriends. Ok, she hasn’t been all over the world, except in her mind. She does however speak multiple languages and collect romance books. Her long suffering husband and sons roll their eyes at all her book boyfriends. When she’s not busy traveling the world in her mind she can  be found at one of her sons many sporting events and on twitter, where she talks about what else romance books. She loves to hear what you think about her stories so please drop her a note and tell her.

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5 thoughts on “It’s Snowing Men: Guest & Contest with Heather Lire

  1. Casie Boland says:

    a tradition is spending christmas eve with the whole family and snaking on food, then opening presents.

  2. Marcy Shuler says:

    We generally open stocking first thing and then have breakfast, even if it’s just cookies. LOL Gifts are opened then.

    bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

  3. Susan W. says:

    Going to see the Isle of Lights then home to watch A Christmas Carol with George C. Scott with just hubby and I on Christmas Eve.

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