It was written into the book. He’s got an interesting family life and then his girlfriend is not happy. She leaves. They end up being in New York City together.
It seems like the book ends on a cliffhanger — and to me one of the most appealing aspects of this series was the sense of closure. How does the novel connect to the rest of the series?
Well, the book is the whole story and you begin with a scene in which we see a character from a distant part of the United States. This is her onscreen. Her name is Cat. But then it turns out she is actually married to Robbie. It’s like a romantic comedy.
What’s so nice about the novel is it’s so funny. That’s what I’m loving about it. You don’t know what’s going to happen. You’re not in control. There’s a big adventure at the beginning where you don’t actually meet the characters or see a glimpse of anything but then one thing turns into another and another thing turns into another and then you have to go and see it. It’s fantastic! It keeps me reading.
Do Cat and Robbie end up making an easy landing?
Absolutely. It’s a very straightforward end to it and I don’t know what the sequel will be. I don’t see what other big differences there might be between this and the last book. I think we both got off on the wrong foot in the first movie and I think this was an interesting way for us to come together and kind of make amends. So yes, I think it definitely makes it easier that this won’t happen.
What else can you tell us about “Cat’s Out For Blood”?
Well, the whole thing is going to end up in court. It’s not just Robbie, he’s going to be at the same court as Cat’s dad. But because of the power dynamic they have, it’s going to become increasingly difficult to stay out of each other’s way as the trial goes on. We see how that plays out. It’s not all going to be about Robbie and Cat. This is a very complicated relationship between Rob and Cat’s dad.
Was it harder going back to a more traditional romantic comedy because you didn’t want to cross over into something too romantic or heart-warming and fluffy like “The Wedding Planners”?
No, because I love the romantic tone of “The Wedding Planners.” I think it is
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