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About Dan's Desires
Now, I have often been asked why I wrote Dan's book...hell do I need to be honest here, or should I totally lie? Okay, I'll tell you the truth...over the previous four books of writing Desires, I never really considered writing him into the serious until, I received a few e-mails and reviews that were coming through asking about Dan and how he felt during the series. I asked an author friend, if I should write about him, and her reply was 'you have nothing to loose'. From that point I tried thinking hard...literally, only when an idea came to mind, there was no-way it would work or captivate the reader without rambling on and on and on, and I know as a writer that doesn't hold the reader.
So, spending hours thinking about Dan and how I know the man inside and out...after all I had followed and written about him during four previous books. Who would know him better than me? Who created him? Who made him the man he became? Me. He hijacked my mind and body and at times I'll admit got me pretty saucy, and thinking naughty 'winks, winks and hitches eyebrows'. The hardest part was writing about him as a young man, getting inside his head with all that testosterone, I must have been seriously crazy, but as he invaded my mind and had me writing his story, I discovered more about the remarkable man, and how I watched him turn from a boy to a man.
The book follows his journey from being a young man to being a dad, married and running Desires the sex club. You establish and visit his heart breaking situations and how he had to deal with some remarkable events, leaving him destroyed and on the verge of losing his family. He had to remain strong, but sometimes staying strong is never that easy!
Yes, his book does take you into his past and to the present, but strangely enough, it works and Dan the man had his book written.