To make The Heart Wants What It Wants a bit more accessible and interactive, I have constructed profiles on the main characters from this novel for your entertainment.
It is important to note that these picture bases of the characters are the most accurate physical portrayal of the character out there and not the actual character. Without further ado, here is the second character profile!
Full name: Devlin Jude Blackthorn
Date of birth: January 27, 1990
Star sign: Aquarius
Weight: 200 lbs
Hair colour: Dark brown, almost black
Eye colour: Green
Occupation: Sports reporter for the Velvet Chronicle
Notable physical features: I have no desire to get any piercings or tattoos.
Hobbies include: Cooking animal-friendly meals and snacks, daydreaming, yelling at stupid people, renting and wearing ridiculous costumes to parties.
One day I wish to be: A journalist whose work has changed the world.
Favourite food: Vegetarian lasagne, more importantly, MY vegetarian lasagne.
Least favourite food: Meat. Or seafood. Urgh.
Favourite movie: Sleepless in Seattle. How can you NOT love Sleepless in Seattle?!
Least favourite movie: Does Kim Kardashian’s sex tape count?
If I could be someone else for a day, I’d be: Carrie Bradshaw… you didn’t say they had to be real.
Favourite musician: Gwen Stefani
Favourite song: Underneath It All by No Doubt
Favourite book: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
Favourite TV series: Sex and the City
Likes: Animals, the perks of being a journalist, throwing a football around, watching sport, staying in fancy hotels for free (thanks Monique!), spending time with Jase and also crushing him in every competition.
Dislikes: Stupid people, dealing with the backlash from angry fans on social media, losing or relinquishing control of a situation or feeling, being told I can’t do something.
Quote to live by: “Love is like the wind; you can’t see it, but you can feel it.” ~ Nicholas Sparks
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– by Noah La’ulu
*Age at the time of this novel