My latest hero (in my new romance novel, working title "Hayley's Choice") is still undergoing change, but here's his story at this point:
Trevor is tall, dark, and handsome – a younger, rougher version of Mel Gibson. His nose bends where it shouldn’t, and his shoulders are broader, but the resemblance is there.
Trevor understands redemption, since he was saved from a stint in Juvie by the couple who later adopted him. But even though he respects his parents’ faith, he’d rather live by his own rules. He knows God is real, but he’s not ready to commit. Not to God, not to anyone.
As a farmer, his adopted dad could fix almost anything mechanical, and Trevor was an avid student. He loved the freedom of farm life, especially when chores were done and he could take his latest rebuilt motorcycle out on the dirt road and see how fast he could go. The wind whistling by his helmet and the power beneath him thrilled him. It became the release he craved when his emotions threatened to overwhelm. His parents encouraged him, and with their support, Trevor opened his own motorcycle repair shop at age twenty-five. He paid off their loan in the first three years.
Now thirty, Trevor wants to expand his business into custom bikes and finds an investor who will back him in this venture. If he pursues this course, he will once again be in debt, a state he hates, and he won’t have time or money to help his parents with their farm. He can’t imagine life without the stability of the farm where he first felt loved. But his parents are getting old and want to move to the city. Now he has a decision to make and no one who understands his hidden needs and desires.
At least, not yet.
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