HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO
It’ always a bit of a sad moment when an author says goodbye to charcaters she’s spent ovr a year getting to know. But the time has come to move on to novel #8 – but just one final shout out for Tor and Halley.
When I started writing Dark, Highland Skies I thought long and hard about the hero: Hector Strachan, known as ‘Tor. I’d already created heroes with typical highlander colouring: dark hair, blue eyes and fair skin that blisters at the first touch of the summer sun. (see Ruairi Urquhart in Tall, Dark and Kilted). Some of my choices were influenced by Jamie Frazer in Outlander – who could resist the combination of auburn hair and blue-grey eyes. Then I thought, no, Tor is going to be more like his Viking ancestors who harried the west coast of Scotland and left their DNA behind: tall, blonde – the image of a young Robert Redford sprang to mind. Well, a girl can dream, can’t she!
It appears that readers and reviewers have fallen for Tor, too. Here’s what they’ve said …
“It’s great to see our military heroes so well understood, with life…
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Posted on May 5, 2023, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
I fell in love with this hero. A real sense of character and location.
I was sad to reach the end and have to leave the people and the place.
Another lovely book from Lizzie and in my opinion he best so far.
Thank you. Linda. Everyone seems to have fallen for Tor.