>HUF: As Heroine’s go…

>mine is a little–er–different.

A little too thin, small breasts.
Heart shaped face, large green eyes.
Ultra short hair. This month it’s a color called “plum pudding”.
Drives a lemon yellow VW bug.
Owns no real estate, no furniture, no major posessions other than her car.
Wears loud mini dresses with fishnet stockings, vintage flared jeans with platform shoes.
Lip syncs to Pink Floyd while still dripping from the shower.
Grew up in a rickity single-wide in a run-down trailer park.
Is obsessive about eating healthy and exercise.
Is a hair stylist.
Has mysterious, secret appointments in a nearby city

So far, I’ve had positive feedback on Claire as a character. She was originally a secondary character in A Suitable Wife, but her popularity drove me to dream up more books in the series. The fact that I’d already built in three siblings in the Baxter family cemented the idea. I’ll talk more about the series in another post.

About Annie Rayburn/Carol Burnside

As an author of sizzling romance, Annie takes contemporary settings. and incorporates twists with sci-fi and paranormal elements.
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1 Response to >HUF: As Heroine’s go…

  1. Cat Schield says:

    >She sounds fun and interesting. I love quirky characters. They’re so much more interesting! And since we can’t write quirky guys, lets do quirky girls!Have you read Susan Mallery’s Unexpected Millionaire. Now her heroine was quirky.Best of luck with HUF. I hope SL loves it!


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