Swedish ‘Meadow Elves’ 1805 by Nils Blommer. They’re a lot more dignified than mine.
So after I kicked A Vintage Heart out the door, I got back to work on An American Elf and it promptly went bat-crap crazy on me. You see, I pretty much finished the rough draft a year ago when A Vintage Heart leap-frogged it. So, I was like, okay, pick up where I left off and I’ll have the little beauty out the door a month. Oh, yeah.
Something was missing from Act One and no sooner did I seriously ponder that and the story split into three different novels in my head. And I’m like, nooooo! Well, but I kinda have to let it do that, because Brandr, the Heroine’s love interest, is such a complex character. He’s blows my freakin’ mind and he doesn’t make sense if I don’t go back and let him have his day.
Yeah, I’m not sure how well this will qualify for Romance Genre.
The thing is Brandr is Bianca’s *future husband from a past time period.* Let that sink in for a minute.
Did I mention this was a Time Travel?
I think I’m going to have to map this one out on the wall with markers and stickers and little bits of yarn. And maybe sock puppets. Nah, skip the sock puppets and hand me the ibuprofen.
I’m in for a ride.
My name is Bianca and I am an elf, an American elf. I break stuff and make a mess. Sometimes, I say words that horrify my much more dignified twin sister and I’ve been known to flip people off. Sorry.