Annie O’Neil went on a quest for a hero, last week, and with our readers’ help she’s found him! A huge thank you goes to everyone who answered the survey!
Now it’s my turn to take up the challenge, and find a great heroine. She’s going to be the perfect match for Annie’s hero, but that doesn’t necessarily mean she’ll share the same interests or outlook on life. She might do, but maybe she’s his exact opposite – its up to you to choose.
First things first. Annie’s sent me the results for her survey, so let’s check this guy out…
Our hero is a rescue medic, strong, committed and right there when you need him. His cornflower blue eyes are the windows to his soul, and what girl can resist running her fingers through his thick, chestnut hair. When he’s not working, he’s usually accompanied by his best friend, an adorable, one ear up and one ear down, mutt.
He doesn’t need to dress to impress and his style is casual smart. But the way he wears a pair of chinos, and that sexy French accent is enough to melt any heart. He’s met the heroine before – he was her friend in High School, the nice guy who she wishes she’d paid a bit more attention to. And now he’s back in her life!
Some of the questions in Annie’s survey could only have one answer – perhaps the hardest fought of these was the hero’s accent. Scottish was the most popular second choice, with Irish also a strong favourite. But there were some additional ideas that we can keep in mind as we continue on our journey. Might our hero have a few grey hairs to give him that distinguished air? Or perhaps there are some rescue animals, horses, donkeys or goats, in his life somewhere?
And now, the heroine. Who’s the very special woman who’s going to turn this guy’s world upside down? If you have any other ideas that I’ve missed out in the survey, please feel free to include them as a comment, below.
We’ll be back next month, with the results to this survey. And in the coming months, you might just be hearing from our hero and heroine again, because every great couple needs a great story…