The catalyst for “In A Hurry To Wait” was beginning the story of Saph and AC in the first book, “Reverse Atlantis - Saph’s Tale”.
I didn’t intend to create a series of books when I finished Saph’s origins but after I included AC’s character I couldn’t resist. To be honest I began to get more interested in AC’s life and started to picture him as a lead rather than just a background character.
“When Two Generals Make One - A Caesar’s Story” was finished I was so pleased to have brought his life to light. So many things had happened in their relationship by that point. Although I was pleased about how the book ended I was excited to find out what happened to them in the end. Even though I still had to figure out what that ending would be and I was the person to write it, it was amazing to think that I could make their experience anything.
There are events that happen in this book that test their bond. There really is only so much one relationship can take. So, the decision has to be made if it is really worth it all. Of course I know they are fictitious characters but there was a part of me that felt I owed it to them to finish on a good note.
I hope I did them justice in the end because this last story, in it’s entirety, really helped me to let go of AC and Saph properly and finally.