A Bite of… Lynne Stringer’s Dan Bradfield

This interview is with Dan Bradfield from Lynne Stringer’s novel The Heir (Verindon #1). Dan is a student at the prestigious Enterprise Academy in Connecticut and is from a wealthy family. At least, that’s what everybody at the school thinks, including Sarah Fenhardt, who’s secretly in love with him. Although sometimes she thinks there’s more to him than that …

Q1: What is the very best thing about being who you are and living where you live?
The best thing about who I am is the fact that I’ve been trained well and am confident in my abilities and myself. I know how to do my job, and yes, I do mean my job. I may be in high school at the moment, but it isn’t really me, if I can put it that way.
The best thing about where I live is that I know it’s definitely the safest house around, which is necessary, since we could encounter difficulties from … some people.

Q2: Do you have any really good friends or really bad enemies?
I don’t know if I’d consider the members of my squad my friends. I guess most people would think that but it’s different for people of our kind. As for Sarah, I can’t possibly consider her a friend, considering the differences between us. They are insurmountable.
When it comes to enemies, there are many of them. Most I have encountered are dead now but I imagine there will be more to take their place. It’s a by-product of this line of work.

Q3: If you could be anyone else in your world, who would you be and why?

High Commander Denzik. He seems to be grooming me to be his successor. While I admire him as a leader, he has some limitations, particularly around his treatment of females. I would like to change that should I have the honor of becoming High Commander. I believe females should be treated the same as their male counterparts and I don’t see why he insists on treating them differently.

You can read more about Dan and Sarah in The Heir – Book One of the Verindon Trilogy.

You can find Lynne Stringer on her Website, Twitter, Goodreads, YouTube and Pinterest.

 

 

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