Saturday, July 6, 2013

Liza's characters visit Kylie Wolfe

Today, Carrie and Trent were supposed to have wandered over to Kylie Wolfe's blog to discuss their Best and Worst Moments in life. 

This morning my characters got lost, but they are now up at Kylie's, so go on and click on the link above.

I put the interview here as well until she got her road map drawn:

Worst and Best Moments of Worst Week Ever

Today, Kylie Wolfe will be interviewing the characters of Worst Week Ever for their Worst and Best moments during a week so horrible, yet fun, that Liza O'Connor felt compelled to write a book about it.

K: So, let's start with Carrie, Executive Assistant to Trent Lancaster of Lancaster Chairs.

Trent: Hold on, I'm CEO. You should start with me.

K: *rolls eyes* Fine, 'gentlemen first' then. What's the worst thing that happened to you this week?

Trent: It was the moment I saw a file cabinet tipping out of the 5th story window of my office and Carrie standing like a mindless twit, picking up papers, exactly where it would fall. In that moment, I saw the destruction of my life and the end of any chance for happiness.

K: Has anyone ever mentioned you come across as a mite bit self-centered?

Trent: Do you want to hear about the worst moment of my life or not?

K: Of course. Go ahead.

Trent: Unable to bear the possibility of losing my EA, I ran, without thought to my own safety, snared Carrie by the waist and saved her life. Then some idiot policeman arrested me. Evidently, they don't like good Samaritans.

K: And what was your best moment?

Trent: Were you not paying attention? I just told you. Carrie, make her understand.


Carrie: *smiles at Kylie* I understand your confusion  since it was a single event. However, when Trent saw I was about to die that was his worst moment. When he saved my life that was his best. *She grins at Trent*

Trent: Exactly! Why is Carrie the only one who can understand me? *he grips her hand* But you see why I've decided to keep her with me, wherever I go.

K: Because you can't make yourself understood otherwise?

Trent: No! A Lancaster doesn't have to explain himself. But in this case I will. I have to keep Carrie close by so I can keep her safe. You've no idea how much trouble she got into this week.

Carrie: *pulled her hand away* My first arrest was entirely your fault. As was the reason your phone ended up in the hands of a drug dealer. And what about you hiring a FBI agent to commit a crime? That was all your doing.

Trent: *frowns* When did I get you arrested? Oh the airport. *returns focus to Kylie.* Did you know that Airport Security will arrest you if you buy a ticket to Peru, enter the international section, but don't actually go anywhere?

K: Why would anyone do that? *looks at Carrie*
Carrie: He bought the ticket so he could get past security and wait for me at my gate.

K: *looks at Trent*

Trent: *shrugged* I desperately needed my EA back.

K: And Carrie, what was your best and worst moment?

Carrie: There have been so many this week. I think my worst moment was making those narcotic turtles. I almost caused three people to die over that fiasco.

Trent: Who?

Carrie: Mars, your penthouse butler, Jack, your only working systems guy, and Sam, your driver.

Trent: *frowns* Well, at least that Jack fellow will stop demanding turtles to do his job now.

Carrie: *rolls eyes and refocuses on Kylie* My best moment was when Trent told me his lobby guard was wrong and--

Kylie: Hold on. I just got a text message from Liza. She doesn't want you to discuss that matter.

Carrie: Oh, okay. Sorry Liza. Well, I was really happy when the police let me go without charging me. Evidently what I did could have gotten me 6 years in a federal prison.

Trent: *snorts* She, who actually did something wrong, gets off scott free and I had to pay a million dollar bond to get released.

Carrie: *Stands up and glares* Trent Lancaster! If you repeat your outrageous and totally untrue claim as to why I got off, I am never doing another interview with you again.

K: I guess this concludes my interview with Carrie and Trent.

Trent: You should say Trent and Carrie.

K: *shakes her head* You two are an odd couple.
Trent: You mean because she's only four feet and I'm six feet tall?

Carrie: *crosses her arms and grumbles* I'm four foot six.

Trent: *Pulls Carrie to his side and hugs her* Doesn't matter. I think you're perfect both inside and out.

Carrie: *smiles at Trent, then  Kylie*  Just when I'm about to lose my temper, he'll say something so sweet that I can't help but forgive him. I can see a very good man in Trent. He doesn't realize how he often comes across. His father was a terrible role model.

Kylie:  Well, he's different than the average hero, I'll give you that.


Worst Week Ever
by Liza O'Connor
New Adult, Humor, Contemporary

BLURB
What do you get when you put a hardworking, can-do middle-class young woman together with a egoistical, outrageous, billionaire boss, then throw in the worst week of disasters imaginable?

Book 1 of the 3 book series A Long Road to Love.
Worst Week Ever.

Trent Lancaster spends one month without his Executive Assistant, or as his drivers refers to Carrie: 'Trent's brain, left hand, and right hand'. He's had a miserable month without her at his side and to ensure it never happens again, he intends to marry his brilliant beauty. Only given all the times he's threatened to fire her, he's not sure she even likes him. However, the future of his company and his happiness depend upon him succeeding, so Trent begins a slow one week seduction that happens to coincide with Carrie's Worst Week Ever when everything that can go wrong does so in hilarious form.
(Hilarious to the reader--Carrie is not having much fun this week.)

EXCERPT
Closing his eyes, Trent enjoyed the pleasure of Carrie’s body pressed against his.

His eyes popped open in horror. Oh God, David’s right. I am besotted.

What the hell was he thinking?

Statistically, his relationships never lasted more than a month and they always ended badly. A billionaire who couldn’t make a relationship last more than a month. How horrible did he have to be to chase off women who had a billion reasons to stick it out?

 If he became involved with his most valuable employee, in a month, she’d dump him and quit. Then his business would collapse into chaos and he’d finally prove his father right. The old man constantly claimed Trent was a worthless human being and the world’s worst businessman.

And then Carrie arrived and single handedly saved his company. She never gave up. If one solution failed, she’d find another way to resolve the problem.

He smiled at his sleeping EA. If anyone could make him into a better man, it would be her. 
Carrie could solve any problem, had the patience of a saint, and the determination of a pitbull. Best of all, she loved a challenge.


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3 comments:

  1. I love your interviews!!! Tweeted and shared on FB.

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  2. Thank you Ella. I saw the shared FB post. I really appreciated it.

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  3. This really sounds like a great book. I am definitely adding this to my TBR list. I really enjoyed this post and I feel for Carrie because I have had days that anything that could go wrong did so I sympathize with her. Shared on Facebook.

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