All About Eye Of The Storm
Writing About Werewolves – Character Profiles: Lawrence
Name: Lawrence Gunvald
6 ft and 3”
Build: damn fine.
Lawrence … oh, where do I start? My heart sort of skips a beat when I think about Lawrence and all that he is. He is the “unknown element” throughout book one and most of book two. You’ve gotta have a mysterious tortured guy in a paranormal erotic / romance type book, right? Lawrence is it. Writing him was surprisingly not that difficult, and I think it’s because I always knew where I was going with him in my mind. It’s hard to write someone who is remote and icy and aloof and make it different to how anyone else writes this kind of Alpha male. To be honest, there’s no difference … until book two. You have to read book two to understand Lawrence. Then you’ll see what’s different. I can’t really talk about the connection between him and Lydia, or even him and all the other males. It’s there and it’s deep – not least because of who he really is – and it’s impossible to explain. It’s something you have to read to truly get the essence of.
We meet Lawrence in book one, Releasing The Wolf, and get to know much more about him in book two, Cry Of The Wolf.
More about Lawrence:
(May contain SPOILERS for books one and two.)
Icy and aloof, with a tortured past he doesn't talk about, Lawrence, at thirty-seven, bears the emotional and physical scars of a pain he wishes he could bury. Hailing from a revered and respected line of wolves, he has sacrificed everything including his Alpha status because he has nothing to offer any pack or mate. Instead, he relinquished his title to Ryan. But when Lydia hurtles into their lives, his world is rocked and his past is brought to the forefront of his life.
The Eye Of The Storm series is an erotic, paranormal fantasy about werewolves, and when animal urges battle with the human higher mind. It’s about lust and control, and sorrow and change, but also with a hefty plot that takes all of these themes through two or three mythological structures.
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