An Interview with Hailey from A Hero for Hailey #romcom #newrelease #MondayBlogs

I’m excited to bring you a new series, Love will OUT. The series is a romantic comedy/romantic suspense hybrid. Don’t worry. You’ll laugh your frosty bottom off, I promise. A new series means a cast of a bunch of new characters. The first book in the series, A Hero for Hailey, stars … you guessed it… Hailey! I thought a blog with a bit of an introduction to Hailey was in order.

Without further ado, take it away Hailey.

What is your full name? Do you have a nickname? If so, who calls you this?

Hi! My name is Hailey McGraw. I don’t really have a nickname, but Aiden (biggest jerk in the world) calls me Hails.

Are you an only child? If not, how many siblings do you have? Are you close or are you estranged?

I am an only child. It’s hard to have siblings when your mother takes off never to be heard from again. But I don’t need her. Not at all. I have my pops, who is an awesome single parent. Although he didn’t actually raise me alone. No, four of his former Army buddies helped. They taught me all kinds of good stuff like how to wire a car.

Did you enjoy school? If not, why did you struggle?

Do you mean like high school? Yuck. I hated high school. No thanks to Aiden Freaking Barnes who teased me through all the years. Mr. Popular made sure all his friends gave me a hard time. Told you he’s a jerk.  

If you could change one thing from your past, what would it be, and why?

This is an easy one. Well, easier said than done. I would not put up with those high school bullies. I’d fight right back.  

Do you believe in the existence of soul mates and/or true love?

Soul mates? True love? If you’ve see as many cheaters as I have, you become a little cynical.

On Monday morning, are you excited to go to work, or are you sad?

My work week doesn’t always start on Monday morning. I work whenever I have to. Weekends, nights, whenever men are cheating on their wives, I’m working. Oh, did I mention I’m a PI? I own my own business – You Cheat, We Eat – with my best friend, Suzie. But back to your original question, I like my job. I don’t necessarily like wading through the filth I sometimes see, but I like having my own business and doing my own thing.  

What is your greatest fear?

I’m afraid I’ll end up like my mom, a woman I despite. Seriously, totally and completely despise.


Yikes! Dena here again. Way to end the interview on a depressing note, Hailey. Geez. Someone needs to cheer the girl up. I think I know just the man for the job. Mwahaha

PS You can pre-order A Hero for Hailey for just 99 cents

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