Meet Dan Whitney
Hi, I’m Dan Whitney. I’m a psychologist and I’m the main character in The Identity Trilogy by Alex Jones.
When you first meet me, my friends say that you’ll see a guy in his early forties who is friendly, confident, intelligent, has a questioning mind and a good sense of humor.
My wife, Michelle, says that my long legs and slim, muscular swimmer’s build attract more than my share of attention from other women. She seems to be quite sensitive about that. But to be honest, I hadn’t paid much attention. She says my blue eyes, and the sandy brown hair (with a few streaks of grey) make me look too sexy. Oh well, what can I say?
You might think I’m a man of contradictions.
First of all, in my work as a psychologist I’m confident, I love to learn, and I think I’m a good problem solver and a skilled therapist. In my social life, my friends see me as a guy who is friendly, outgoing, and confident. But on the other hand, when it comes to my personal life, relationships, and my marriage, Michelle thinks I can be too timid, cautious, and unassertive.
Michelle says I’m afraid to take risks or do things that are outside my comfort zone. But I ask you - is there anything wrong with being a bit conservative? The other day she was upset with me and told me she just can’t seem to figure me out. She thought that maybe I tried so hard to be good when I was young, that I developed an excessive fear of doing anything bad. Maybe she has a point there.
When you first meet me in Walls, you'll see that I'm a guy who loves my work, but loves my wife even more. I’ve always been completely loyal and faithful to Michelle, and I’d do anything to protect her and our marriage. What woman wouldn’t admire those qualities in a husband?
So which side of me will emerge when I’m faced with the biggest dilemma of my life in Walls? What will I do when I’m forced to choose between my loyalty to Michelle and my own personal and professional ethics? What will I do when I find myself in an erotic and dangerous world that is way outside my comfort zone in order to please Michelle and to save our marriage?
Good questions! I wasn’t even sure while I was struggling with them during my adventure in Walls. Maybe I'm still not sure of the answers myself.
To find out which side of me comes to the surface, watch for the release of Walls, the first book of The Identity Trilogy, in late 2013!
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