Bastards and Dangerous Q&A Week 1 (Sawyer)

Bastards and Dangerous Q&A by Amelia Greyson

Hey, Sawyer! Thank you so much for sitting with me today for this interview. I’ve compiled a list of questions from your fans, as well as some of my own. Are you ready to get up close and personal with me?

Sawyer: Careful what you ask for, Princess. I’ve been known to bite.


Sawyer: Calm down, Princess, you know I’m only joking. Ask away but know I reserve the right to plead the Fifth.

Fair enough. This question is from Karie G. What is the hardest part of being famous?

Sawyer: The loss of privacy. Some days you just want to be able to take your family out to dinner but you can’t without being interrupted a thousand times. Everyone wants a hug, an autograph, a selfie. Don’t get me wrong, our fans are great and they’re why we’re where we are today. There’s not much I would change, but being able to have uninterrupted family time if I could change that? I would in a heartbeat.

Alright, this question is from Meghana S. What is the first thing that catches your eye when you spot a woman?

Sawyer: Her ass. <insert cocky smirk> What? I’m an ass man, at least if I see her from behind first. If it’s up close and personal, it’s usually her smile.

Her smile? Really?

Sawyer: Don’t be so surprised. There’s this thing about women when they smile. You can tell by the ease of it, by the lines in the corner of their mouths, by the way they throw their head back or even kind of shake their head as they laugh. Those are typically the women who know how to have a good time, who are confident in themselves, who are nice. I don’t get a lot of downtime with women, so when I do, I want to find one who isn’t a bitch looking for a celebrity fuck. Or even worse, a celebrity baby daddy.

And speaking of celebrity baby daddies, how do you prevent that?

Sawyer: Well, there’s no surefire way to prevent a baby, I guess, but making it a cardinal rule to use my own condoms is a good start. Pulling out, even with a condom on, is the next best way.

How did this interview get so sexual? Let’s take it back a few notches, shall we? This next question is from Dana S. What is your worst habit?

Sawyer: Speaking before thinking. I’m forever doing things I regret because I act first and think later.

Cindy L would like to know … Batman or Superman?

Sawyer: Batman. Always Batman.

What is the best thing about being a twin? What is the worst? This question is all mine.

Sawyer: The worst is being attracted to the same women. It can make for some awkward situations. The best is everything else. Noah is my best friend, he’s my favorite person, he knows me better than anyone and loves me anyway.

Favorite holiday?

Sawyer: Christmas. There’s nothing better.

Is it better to give or receive?

Sawyer: Are we still talking about Christmas? Because, sexually, both are pretty fucking nice.

Yes, Sawyer, <insert exasperated sigh> we’re still talking about Christmas.

Sawyer: Well, then … not to seem too much like Noah, but giving is definitely better. The looks on my nieces’ faces are priceless.

This question is from Jacqui N. She’s an avid reader. Team Michael or Team Daniel from The Acceptance Series?

Sawyer: Considering I don’t read shit for romance, except for you, Princess …

Wait, you’ve read my book?

Sawyer: I’d read the fucking phone book if you wrote it. But like I was saying, I don’t know jack shit about romance teams. Even so, I’m going to go with Team Michael because my sister dated a Daniel once and the guy was a total asshat.

Alright, there you have it, Jacqui N. Sawyer is Team Michael for the win. Last question. If you could give your sixteen-year-old self any advice or words of wisdom, what would it be?

Sawyer: There was a girl who got between myself and my brother, and the whole experience is my biggest regret. I’d tell myself to never let that happen.

Thank you for spending some time with me today and letting me interview you. I know you don’t open yourself up for these things often.

Sawyer: I’m not sure what it is about you, Princess, but I don’t have the heart to tell you no when you ask for something. I’m pretty sure you cast a spell on me while I was sleeping or some shit, but in any case, you’re welcome.