|This is Jace's view from his duplex. Pretty sweet. It's about the only thing he loves about his living arrangements.|
|Camano Island waterfront homes like Faye and Tru's. No wonder Georgie comes here to heal.|
|Pines, ferns, blackberry bushes on a Camano Island road. I can totally picture Jace on his motorcycle.|
|As we leave Camano we are greeted by snow geese on the fields. Thousands migrate through Skagit Valley every year.|
|Jace and Georgie visit the daffodil fields in the morning mist on their quest for good food.|
|Swinomish Channel-front dining in La Conner, Washington, and Rainbow Bridge, where Jace answers another one of Georgie's many questions.|
|Sunset over La Conner with Mt. Baker backdrop. Romantic.|
|Finally, we end our tour with the damp, ethereal tulip fields of Skagit Valley. *sigh*|
I was told that a presenter at a recent writers conference was teaching that putting romance in a rainy setting was ridiculous, because it's cold and shivery and wet. But I would offer that if you can take such a setting and make it buzz, make it tense or breathless, despite the cold and wet, then you've done your job.
Dave Farland teaches that you choose your setting, any setting, and make it sexy.
Look at this. I didn't have to try too hard.
And I loved writing this story for you. Every raindrop.
I hope you've enjoyed our photo tour of Kisses in the Rain. Kind of makes you want to visit, huh?
Thank you so much for coming!