Meet the Character: Willow Shaw from WILLOW

Please give a warm welcome to Willow Shaw the hero from ­­Willow  by Lee Brazil today as we sit down and see what makes him tick.

Q: So tell us about yourself. What got you in the crosshairs for your author?

I guess I was just too...there. Lee said it all started with a dream, and the dream wouldn't go away, so...here I am.

Q: What was it that drew you to your mate?

I've had this horribly embarrassing crush on Cade since I was like ten. I think he's the reason I'm gay. I mean, he's the reason I knew I was gay.

Q: A little naughty fun, where was the wildest place you seduced your partner?

*blushes* He seduces me...wherever he wants to

Q: Boxers, briefs or Commando on a man?

Cade wears these awesome boxer briefs that are like clingy boxers...ummm...yeah those are nice. Personally, I prefer silky things next to my skin.

Q: If your partner wants to seduce you, what's one sure fire trick he/she can play?

The blindfold...*shivers* I walk into the bedroom and see that lying on the bed, and...yeah

Q: What is the one place on your partner's body that you know will drive them wild-in and out of bed?

His neck is super sensitive...

Q: What was one of the most embarrassing thing your author did to you in Willow?

Oh God...there were so many horribly embarrassing moments...but I think the absolute worst was waking up in bed with Cade....and not remembering what happened to get me there

Q: Anything else you would like to add?

Sure. Oreo fudge Sundays rock. That's one thing I'm totally sure of.



Making decisions is sometimes difficult for Willow Shaw, but loving Cade Lawson comes easily. Too bad Cade regards him as too young to know his own mind.

As a favor for an old friend, cop Cade Lawson is keeping a watchful eye on his young neighbor, Willow Shaw. He'd thought that would involve some hanging out, watching movies and heart-to-heart talks on college life.

But the Will who moved into his apartment building wasn't the same little boy who'd worshipped his father's friend. No, this Willow is rowdy, defiant, challenging, and alluring. He stirs feelings that Cade is uncomfortable with.

Cade might be uncomfortable, but Willow Shaw is desperate. He's had a crush on Cade for years, and he'd hoped it would fade away one day. Hiding his growing feelings is his top priority, even if it means acting like a prick, because there is absolutely no way a man like Cade—strong, decisive, handsome, and experienced—is going to be attracted to him.



  1. Like this a lot!

    I haven't read any of your other books yet Lee (only just found you really on breathless press, read nothing to forgive) so looks like 'Willow' will be a good a place as any to start really!

  2. I've loved every book of yours I've read so i know I'll love Willow too


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