HAVENWOOD FALLS — There’s been a bit of buzz about the young woman who’s recently come to Havenwood Falls, Graysin Ravenal. Not only does she appear nearly identical to the late Jennifer Bishop, but she was also seen groping the town’s new architect and eligible bachelor, Everett Weston, in Coffee Haven on a Sunday morning. We at the Sun & Moon Tribune sat down with Ravenal and are relieved to say she’s a delightful young woman who’s simply a tad klutzy and a lot awkward.
Tell us about yourself – e.g., who are you, what do you do for work, favorite subject in school, what do you do for fun?
Oh gosh. Me? Well, um. What’s to tell? I mean, I like coffee. I love fabrics—well, because I am an interior designer. Not because I have a weird fascination with cotton or silk, or anything. Which would be weird, right?
What is something unexpected that most people don’t know about you?
I am socially awkward. No wait, that’s common knowledge. Oh, I can’t change a flat tire.
What do you love about Havenwood Falls? What frustrates you most?
I’m new to Havenwood Falls so I’m still getting to know the town. I love my new friend Callie and her consignment store, Callie’s Consignments. I am obsessed with the coffee at Coffee Haven. The town is very gossipy, but I would have to say Roman Bishop frustrates me the most.
Where would you live if you could live anywhere in the world?
Anywhere by the ocean.
Where’s your favorite place to hang out in Havenwood Falls and why?
Callie’s Consignments because my newest friend, Callie Montgomery, owns the store. That means we get to drink coffee and chat all day while pretending to work.
What’s your favorite holiday/festival/special thing to do?
I love to do anything. Wait, that didn’t sound right. I mean, I am up for anything. I have a lot of interests. Specifically, furniture and book shopping. I am also loving my job at Weston Designs. My boss . . . he is great. And amazing. Oh, he’s like ridiculously good-looking too. Wait—don’t write that down, you know, in case he reads this. Actually, let’s just change my answer. I love the festivals. The bonfire was great this year. Wait . . . ugh. Thanksgiving is always nice, you know, with the change of seasons and pretty fall leaves.
As we said, socially awkward. We did enjoy getting to know Ravenal, though. You can learn more about her and her true reason for being in town in Covetousness (A Havenwood Falls Novella) by Randi Cooley Wilson. Well, we mean, the alleged fictional story of Ravenal and Weston, because Wilson is barred by the Court of the Sun and the Moon from telling their real story. However, rumor has it, Wilson is quite the Rebel.