Heroes don’t always wear capes — sometimes they wear cowboy boots and hats and ride horses. In Dangerous Revelations, Dillon Johnson is just such a hero. He is a single father of a 6-year-old girl, Taylor. In Chapter Two, Taylor can’t sleep because she misses her recently deceased grandmother. When Dillon sees her coming downstairs, he holds out his arms to her.
“What’s the matter, sweet pea? Can’t sleep?” Brushing back her long hair from her face, Dillon picked her up and sat her on his lap, wrapping both arms around her.
As said by Dillon Johnson in Dangerous Revelations
I wanted to write a hero who is sensitive and kind, yet who will do anything to look after those that he loves. Sometimes, it is fun when men are speechless. When he first meets Carly, he finds himself staring at her with his mouth open and his daughter has to prod to behave like a host. Later, he is afraid he has stuck his foot in his mouth when he tells her she is sexy.
I hope you will particularly like his role at the end of Chapter Eighteen. I don’t want to ruin it for you, but I will say that when Dillon knows his family is in danger, he urges his horse into the fastest gallop that no fence can stop, thankful that he took his rifle with him.
You’ll have to let me know what you think. Is Dillon a perfect hero?