Friday, September 30, 2016

Meet Courtney - the best friend


Courtney is the best friend to Allison, the main character in The Consequence.

She is a girl’s girl.  She has a bubbly personality, is a lot of fun and also (mostly) a responsible one.  She enjoys a good time, and enjoys a good party with her friends.  At the start of this story she dates casually, never being one to shy away from a cute guy but also never getting too serious with any of them, until of course she meets one guy that she just can’t seem to say good-bye to. 

Courtney has a good heart, and believes that every person has good in them too. 

She is sad and disappointed upon learning that there is infidelity in her best friend’s relationship.  She believes that the unfaithfulness needs to be brought into the light, rather than hidden.

Of course, it isn’t her place to shine light on this secret.  Or is it?  Can she let it go?  Can she keep quiet, let Allison’s relationship be Allison’s relationship and stay out of it?  Or is it her responsibility to tell this big secret that only she knows?



Until next time . . .

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

The Consequence character intro - Meet Billy, the ex.


Billy Stone tends to command the attention of any room he enters.  It isn’t intentional on his part, necessarily.  But he’s good-looking.  For one, the guy is fit.  He looks like a walking, talking cover of Men’s Health Magazine.  But that isn’t even the main thing.  The main thing is, he has these piercing, ice-blue eyes that contrast with his jet black hair in the best possible way.

He could have any girl he wanted, and he did, for a while.  He played the game, dated around, avoiding serious relationships. Until Allison.

Allison was different.  She wasn’t as insecure as the girls he normally dated.  She seemed sure of what she wanted, and though she wanted Billy, she surely didn’t need him.

He began to need her.  And after he had her, he wanted her to himself, unwilling even to accept her friendships with other males.

His jealousy got out of control, and ended their relationship.  But he couldn’t stay away for too long . . .

Until next time . . .