Did I say I’d finished?

The euphoria didn’t last long! Hurrah, I’d finished the third book in my airline series- the one set in Africa which had dastardly deeds going on all over the show. Except, when I read through it again I realised that I had written two gorgeous heroes in it. That’s one too many really, for any girl- even a beautiful air stewardess, and the more I thought about it, the more I decided it would be much more fun if she could…well…have fun with the MI5 guy who thought she was a baddie. She also thought HE was a baddie, so throughout the book they were very wary of each other. So, I’m going to turn it into two books and then my series of three will be a series of four! Here we go again- one day I will plot out my stories BEFORE I finish them!

Found an old picture of the gardener at my senior school, St Dominic’s, and it suddenly clicked that HE was the guy in all of my books that I subconsciously imagine, when I’m writing a new hero.IMG_2347

I was so in love with him! I’d thought it was the lovely Simon Baker or Paul Nicholas in his younger, pretty days who I visualised – or even Heath Ledger, (yep, always with the blond hair!), but now I realise that his was the face that haunted me! (sorry, lovely husband of mine!) Don’t suppose he ever thinks of me- I was only twelve! I’m the show off with the knobbly knees, holding up a flower to show my love for him!

 

 

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About Jackie Ladbury

Writer of contemprary romance novels. One tenth of the Write Romantics. Air Guitar and Caviar novel out soon: Can Dylan, a cool, but poor busker, win the heart of beautiful but distant air stewardess, Scarlett de Verre?
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2 Responses to Did I say I’d finished?

  1. sharon says:

    Aw, that’s so sweet! Our school gardener was about eighty. Not fair! xx

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  2. Yeah- he was a gift from God. It was a Catholic nun’s school so I think the angels sent him!

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