POV…point of view. In a writer’s world, that’s who’s telling the story (at least at the moment). When I start writing a new piece, that’s the first thing I have to decide. In romances, you’re usually sharing two points of view through the story but one always seems to have more visibility than the other. That tells me who really owns the story.
Most romances I’ve read and written have the female as the lead storyteller. One Night in Minneapolis is told from Vince’s perspective. I found it interesting to switch it up and write from the guy’s perspective. It gave me a chance to create a guy I really like and that, if I were single, would date. He’s smart, funny, romantic, good looking and great in the sack. He’s not afraid to speak his mind when Skylar challenges him. If their relationship were given a chance to develop, I bet there would be some pretty amazing fireworks.
As it is, Skylar and Vince only have 24 hours together. That how the City Nights Series rolls. But what an amazing 24-hours they are.
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Thanks for reading. I’ll see you One Night in Minneapolis.