Reed and Josh are the heroes in Trinity Bound. They are sexy, independent, caring, and Hannah’s. But what did these men teach me?
Well, in terms of writing, the taught me to let my characters be themselves.
When I first started writing I thought I was in charge. I thought I knew what was best for them.
I was wrong. Reed and Josh were so independent that I fell for them. Reed is caring, an artist, yet a werewolf. He doesn’t want to fight, but can kill with his bare hands. I thought Reed would be the funny one.
And he is.
But it’s because his Pack relies on him to be that way. He’s so much deeper than that.
Josh is strong and human. I thought he’d be the military man who could kick butt and be cold. But he warmed up to me and ended up with such and emotional inner turmoil that it broke my heart.
I didn’t know this about my characters beforehand.
But because I learned from them and let them talk to me…I learned to be a better writer.
Thank you, Reed and Josh.
Thank you so much.
About the Author:
Her first book, An Alpha's Path, is the first in her Redwood Pack series. She's also an avid reader and lover of romance and fiction novels. She love meeting new authors and new worlds. Any recommendations you have are appreciated. Carrie Ann lives in New England with her husband and two kittens.
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Reed Jamenson, the artist of a werewolf Pack of Alpha males, knows instinctually that Hannah is his mate. Thus, despite their imprisonment, he will do all to protect her and then worry about their hearts. But is he strong enough to find a way for both of them to escape? And why does he feel as though something else is missing?
Josh Kolb, an ex-military human, stumbles upon Reed and Hannah and finds he must trust this new world of supernatural beings to survive. But that desire will lead the three to a triangle of attraction that will test the boundaries they all possess and its consequences in defeating the enemy. Can they all trust one another to save themselves and life as they know it? Even at the cost of their own hearts?