Thursday, 10 October 2013

Sean

Sean is completely the opposite of his brothers, where they are fairly loud and quick to lose their tempers, he remains quiet and is much less aggressive. Dark hair and hazel eyes, Sean looks more like his mother, but this doesn't make him less appealing. Although well defined, he doesn't hold as much bulk compared to Jase and Paul, but is in no way weak. Seemingly gay, Sean has a thing going on with Trey, but sadly this is just a front. Sean hides a secret, one which he has kept to himself since his very early years. He has carefully trained himself to steer clear of the female population, instead choosing to desire males, which to him is a safer option. Sean doesn't really come to light until the fourth book, he is given a task to complete, but the journey doesn't go quite as smoothly as he thought it would. Temptation is at an all time high, pushing Sean to his limits, making him face what has been buried deep inside of him all this time. The question is, will he give in to the desire that has plagued him for years? And at what cost? With his carefully controlled life in upheaval, will Sean become what he has strived so hard to avoid? Watch this space folks :)
Sean as I see him :)

6 comments:

  1. Great character description, not only can I visually imagine the character, but I can also think of the adventures and secrets that he will have to explore.

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    1. Thanks Alice, I'm glad you enjoyed my post :)

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  2. I've followed your characters since the beginning and they've been really interesting. I don't usually comment but the line

    "He has carefully trained himself to steer clear of the female population, instead choosing to desire males"

    had me wondering....even though I'm not gay, it sounds like you're implying being gay is a choice. If so, that's the only thing I haven't liked so far in your character descriptions.

    Other than that....great job.

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    1. Hey Illyanna, that's not what I'm implying at all. Sean isn't actually gay, which is why I said 'seemingly gay'. This is just a front so that the others don't question why he lacks female company. He is scared to desire a female due to the secret that he has been keeping, and has trained himself to desire males even though that is not what he wants. Trey is actually his first ever sexual experience, but you learn a lot more about this in the fourth book. I hope this clears things up for you, and thanks for your comment :)

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    2. Interesting...but that's kind of insensitive if Trey's really into him and thinks he's gay.

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    3. Well actually in the book, it's kind of the other way round. Trey is in love with Megan, but can't have her and since Sean is her brother, it's kind of the next best thing for him. The relationship is purely casual, suiting both their needs :)

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