Kiernan; a Difficult Hero


Yes, Kiernan is being difficult. We aren’t talking at the moment. He isn’t willing to admit he is angry with me so he just shuts up and sulks. Okay, so I couldn’t recognize I’ve missed the story line somewhere. Yes, I’m stubborn.

However, he isn’t being at all helpful to my sincere effort to tell his story. What, does he expect me to do everything?

He’s also not too thrilled about the difficult journey ahead of he and Isobeau to reach their HEA. He probably has some misguided interest in protecting her from harm he has totally clammed up. If he blames me for his pain, I wonder if he thinks I’ll hurt her too?

I’m sure part of the issue is he is such a dominant character. He wants total control, without question. Maybe I’m not willing or able to give him that level of trust. Some how we will have to find our way together to make this book happen.

He is a survivor. We have that in common.

Maybe he blames me for what he had to endure in Dragon’s Mark. The torture he suffered changed him. He has retreated to a harsh dark place that I can’t lure him out of.

Yet, I know Isobeau will.

She is a free spirit who calls on the power of the Goddess for her healing gifts

Yet she’s ready to roll up her sleeves and get the hard work done.

If I could only convince him his redemption lies in Isobeau’s love.

I know Isobeau can find his soul

Thanks to Italian Model Frederica Felini for inspiration for Isobeau.

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4 responses to “Kiernan; a Difficult Hero

  1. I don’t blame him for being mad at you! Look what you did to him, poor thing, in Dragon’s Mark! Maybe if you write the ending first he’ll see that he’s in for a HEA and will stop being so stubborn!

    • I hope we’ll work it out. He is very hard headed. Perhaps if I give him a unrestrained love scene the way he wants it he’ll get over being miffed.

    • I hope we’ll work it out. He is very hard headed. Perhaps if I give him a unrestrained love scene the way he wants it he’ll get over being miffed.

  2. It is problematic when your characters are so stubborn, not doing what you want them to. I’ve had a similar problem and found that forcing the issue just ruined my whole story! *sniff* Bloody heroes