Who Is Wren O’Hara?

Wren O’Hara is the name of the heroine in Wren’s Fantasy, a paranormal/fantasy contemporary romance, released today via Soul Mate Publishing. http://www.soulmatepublishing.com.

So, who is she?

Let’s start with the visual. What does she look like? Her hair is raven-hued, chin-length and curly, aka, unruly. She has eyes that are blue like the Aegean Sea on a cloudless day, encased in long, thick lashes. Her lips are cherry red and her skin as pale as alabaster. Can anyone say, Snow White?

And her body. Well, this is a romance, after all, and we as readers must know the shape of her physique. It must drive Riagan (the hero) crazy, right? Well, think Scarlett Johansson in Woody Allen’s “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” (fantastic movie, by the way). She is petite yet voluptuous, with breasts that beg to be pulled out of her sweater. You get the picture!

So now that we know what she looks like, what are other interesting facts about this heroine? She’s 21 and  has a mother diagnosed with schizophrenia and obsessive compulsive disorder. Wren is waiting on the day when she ends up psychotic and medicated like her mother. At the beginning of the book, she fears the time is upon her.

She is a social worker for the homeless in rural Appalachia. She has a born-again Christian boyfriend whom she cares for more like a brother. Her sister is mean and her client tries to kill her. Her mother named her Wren after the multitude of the little birds, wrens, she (her mother) kept as a child.

She is sensitive, caring, and completely clueless that the voices in her head are not the product of a psychotic break. But what causes them? Find out in Wren’s Fantasy!

I loved writing this book and if you read it, I would love to know your thoughts.

Cheers! Tracy

About TracyHewittMeyer

I love to write...anything and everything...aross genres and back again.
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