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Introduction Of Characters
By Rebecca Lerwill
Tuesday, September 25, 2007

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Hello friends!

You might be curious about the characters in my romantic suspense ‘Relocating Mia’, and you should be.
A handful of very interesting people have gathered to make this story even more intriguing.
I’m proud to introduce to you in no particular order:

~Mia Trentino~
a slender, brunette Mid –Western girl with a lot of grips. She speaks four languages and holds a Master Degree in business administration from MSU. She loves running and her dog “Blue Eyes”. Mia makes a killer chocolate mousse and has a thing for Bach. (The composer) She is kind and patient but can get moody when things don’t go her way and since Mia is “nosy by nature” she occasionally gets herself into some serious trouble.

~Scott Hensley~
Mia’s boss and owner of ‘Worldmove Incorporated’, a company which relocates high profile CEOs all over the world. Scott met Mia by accident at a TGI Friday in Seattle. He secretly has a crush on Mia but won’t let that hinder their business relationship. In spite of his free spirited character Scott and his company are very successful.

well, actually this Native American woman’s name is Zulanda, but we are her friends, so we call her Zulu. She owns the house Mia shares with her since Mia moved away from Washington State. Zulu is a school teacher and older than dirt, but still young at heart. She loves Mia like her own family and she and the neighbor Uncle Phil take care of “Blue Eyes” when Mia is away on business.

 ~Douglas Farland~
a man with a past. An untraceable past, that is. This handsome blue eyed Mississippian brings the first twist to the story. He is a veteran who has seen combat, but is also a geologist who taught college classes. - Or is he? Hired by Worldmove to join Mia in Siberia, his cool demeanor and inscrutable person have the Russians suspicious and Mia quickly losing her bearings.

we won’t worry about pronouncing this bald headed Russian’s last name, so we’ll just call him Oleg. He’s got a shady past as a pickpocket in St. Petersburg. Now, he works for Yukoil, the Siberian Oil Company Mia and Douglas are hired to relocate. His job is unclear but out there in the danger of the Siberian taiga, Oleg does whatever he needs to do to stay out of anyone’s radar.

~Ludvika Bogdan~
as a native Bosnian, this very attractive blonde grew up in a war torn country. Her dream has always been to come to America and work for the FBI. Somehow she ended up with Interpol instead and is one of the best agents on an international level.
Sometimes, her eccentric attitude gets in her way but Ludvika’s tough past provided her with just the right doze of survival instinct to get the job done. Douglas and her go way back, and the battle wounds she carried out of that relationship scarred her heart and she is out for revenge.

As in Alexandr Shurnik and Oleg’s boss. His past is just as mysterious as Douglas’s. Being the foreman at Yukoil’s project Shurnik has some old ties with the Russian Mafia. The tip top physical shape he’s in is a necessity for working in the rough environment of the Siberian taiga. He is an expert marksman and has only little interest in women. From the beginning his dislike in Douglas is mutual and Mia has her hands full delegating between the two men.


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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 8/8/2008
These character Beck you gave with such detail!
I think this cast would make an excellent intriguing espinage (spelling off I'm sure, I don't read them - I watch them tho') Smiling
Your mind works colorfully!
Oleg, Shady past - Good touch!
I hope it's selling off the shelves, I was read (today) to read all your conclusion Erotica stories, but this was long. I will see if I can fit in 1 or 2...
All I've been doing lately, is being amused by muse and writing like a waterfall, I need a break, figured I would read YOU!
Happy Writing and Happy Creating, I don't think I could do novels! It takes a lot of mental clarity and so much happens around here, I would get angry being disturbed too often - doesn't that happen to you? and what do you do?
Wishing the best for you!
Warmest Blessings and Inner Peace, Warrior Purple Passion Soulful SHEExooo

Stay Positive! I couldn't be Mia, but I would love to be Zulu - being eccentric tho' and a wise mind, is what I would want to be ~
Reviewed by L Hippler 10/1/2007
What a wonderful collection of characters!
Got to be a great story.

Larry H
Reviewed by ellen george 9/26/2007
An excellent introduction of an great cast!
All the best!!
ellen g
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/26/2007
Sounds like quite a cast and when the movie is being casted don't forget me for the part of Douglas...LOL
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/25/2007
Now why didn't I think of this when I started doing my stories?? Hmmm...probably because I have a million and one characters! LOL

Still, a good intro; look forward to reading the story! Very well done, Rebecca!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D

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