Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Kelly Heckart - Of Water and Dragons

What's his name?


Why did you pick that name?

He is a Roman/Celt and there was a real Celtic hero named Ambiorix who caused Julius Caesar problems. Give us a brief description of how he looks. Long dark blond hair and blue eyes that turn green when he is angry. He is six feet tall and has a sexy dimple on his chin. He is a soldier so he is in good shape--very masculine. Hot!

Is there anything unusual about his appearance?

I think it is his eyes because of the way they change color.

Who does he love? Why?

Nemu. She enchanted him from the first time they met. She is the only one who can raise his ire and his passion.

Does this person love him?


Tell us about his family. Are they important to him?

His father was a Roman general and governor of Britannia--a very powerful man and his mother is a Celtic princess. However, his birth father, who he did not know about until recently, was a Celtic king who died fighting the Roman legions. When he discovers the truth about his birth father, that changes everything for him. He is pretty close to his mother, but he does not see her often. They are very much alike.

Where is he from?

He was born in Britannia.

Does his hometown affect his behavior, thoughts and attitude?

He was born in Camulodunum in 60 AD, the night of Boudica's rebellion and he grew up in Rome. All of his life, he considered himself Roman and fought against the Celts--that is until he met Nemu and learned the truth about his birth father. What does he want out of life? He is very conficted. Before he comes back to Britannia and meets Nemu, he is an ambitious soldier commanding a cavalry unit. He wants to command a legion some day. His destiny sort of knocks him down and he sympathizes with the Celts, starts having strange dreams, etc. His world is turned upside down. By the end of the story, his life changes so much. It's beyond his control.

What's his biggest secret? (Only share if it isn't a spoiler in the story.)

Women continue to mystify him.

Did you write more than one story about him?

Yes. The next book, Ravenwolf, is more about him. The title is the name he is called by the Celts.

How would he describe you?

I would hope that he would describe me as a hot babe! I always develop a crush on my heroes.

It was wonderful to meet him. Thank you for bringing him to meet us.

Kelley Heckart
Author of Of Water and Dragons

"an appealing amalgam of magic, erotica, military history, and romance that will leave readers breathless in its wake." Ellen Tanner Marsh, NYT best-selling author

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