After her house is set on fire and her love life is left in tatters, Maddy Hart can't believe her luck when a friend offers her the temporary haven of Wisteria Cottage. Overlooking the turquoise blue waters of the Cornish coast, the fresh air feels like a fresh start for her and her broken heart. Peeking out of the cosy cottage windows, Maddy's surprised to see her gorgeous but insufferable neighbour Harry Tudor has been employed to landscape the garden. But as the wisteria winding its way around the cottage begins to bloom, an unlikely friendship starts to blossom..
If Meet Me At Wisteria Cottage were a film:
From the start, I had Henry Cavill in my head for Harry. When I decided I wanted Maddy to have strawberry-blonde hair, I Googled actresses and it provided me with Amy Adams.
I loved these two as Lois and Clark in the Man of Steel movie, so from then on, I pictured these two in my head.
Simon comes from Plus One is a Lucky Number. When I was writing him, for my debut novel, I had based his character on Jeffery in the film The Wedding Date. He’s the ex-boyfriend, so I suppose he’s based on Jeremy Sheffield (Holby City and Hollyoaks)... but maybe I’d need a younger version now as he’s in his 50s.
As for the other characters, they were really inspired from my own imagination, however, I’d quite like Valerie played by Helen Mirren and Sandra (Maddy’s mum) by Julie Walters.
Can you think of a bad guy to play Connor?
About the Author
Teresa F Morgan lives in sunny Weston-super-Mare, trying to hold onto her Surrey accent where she originates from. For years she persevered with boring jobs, until her two boys (and a budgie called Rio) joined her nest. In an attempt to find something to work around them, and to ensure she never endured full time boredom again, Teresa found writing.
Family holidays in Cornwall have lead to the scenic Cornish coastline and the city of Bristol being the back drop for Teresa’s novels.
She’s at her happiest baking cakes, putting proper home cooked dinners on the table (whether the kids eat them or not), reading a good romance, or sitting at her PC emptying her thoughts onto the screen.
Teresa loves writing contemporary romance, stories with a touch of escapism and creating heroes readers will fall in love with.