Sneak Peek at the Two Weeks in Spain Cast of Characters

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In recognition of Two Weeks in Spain’s debut, I’m giving you another peek at the world inside the book. Curious about the characters? Here’s a three-minute snapshot of the personalities that bring Ronda’s story to life.

Ronda

Ronda is a student coming from a dysfunctional home. She’s always played it safe, but when she travels to Spain, she makes decisions that surprise even herself to follow her heart and her dreams.

Vidal

An up-and-coming pop singer whose popularity is exploding in Spain, Vidal is the hearthrob of thousands of Spanish teenagers-but he only has eyes for the girl he stumbles into in a club while on vacation in his home country.

The Two Friends

Everyone has a friend or two like Kelsey and Tina. They’re the well-meaning but slightly ridiculous posse that always has your back, even when you’re living with the consequences of taking risks you normally wouldn’t. Though they could have gotten Ronda into a lot of trouble, their flamboyance makes all the difference in Ronda and Vidal’s romance.

JJ

JJ is Vidal’s brother and best friend. He’s every bit as attractive as Vidal, and as Vidal’s manager, he helps keep his brother’s career on track. JJ also proves instrumental in keeping Kelsey and Tina out of trouble.

Scott

If there’s a Guy Next Door, Scott is it. He’s cute, he’s charming, and he’s waaay more into Ronda than she is to him.

If you want to find out more about these personalities, you’ll have to pick up a copy of Two Weeks in Spain and read about them for yourself! I suspect you’ll fall in love with them just as much as I have.

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