Today, we’re honored to have Seth O’Keefe—Setemple’s prince of chaos. Hey, Seth. How are you today?
SO: *Gives a swoon worthy smile and runs his fingers through his copper hair.* I’d have to say well, being here with you.
*Blushes.* Always the Charmer, aren’t you? What do you think it is about you that makes you so irresistible?
SO: Most girls tell me it’s all about my eyes and their hypnotic color. But I’m sure there are other reasons as well.
Mm hm, and what is it about Natara Stone that makes her so much more appealing than the bevy of beauties that constantly surround you?
SO: *Laughs.* Where to start? Her amazing amethyst eyes; her smooth, bronze skin; her beautiful, raven-colored hair; the sway of her hips as she walks; and a figure that could rock—
Okay, okay. A girl could get a complex listening to how you rave about her, but what is she really like?
SO: Are you kidding? She’s as frustrating as hell! She never listens. She never does what she’s told. And let’s not forget the numerous times I’ve already saved her pretty little ass. *Rolls his eyes and scrubs his face.* Unfortunately, all those little annoying details—all her quirks and nervous habits—are also what I find the most attractive about her. Even her little British pout is irresistible.
What has been the biggest surprise for you since you have been involved with Natti?
SO: Honestly, I think the both of us are finding out things on this trip that neither of us expected to discover. We’re both capable of so much more than we ever dreamed, and because of that, I’m not even sure if it’s safe for her to be around me at this point.
So, what’s it like to be a fugitive from the Sons?
SO: Odd, and truthfully, downright terrifying. They were my kin, my brethren, my friends. I grew up with them. I was a firm believer in their beliefs. I even craved for the day to hold a Secret Keeper’s heart in my hand. Now, I’m their enemy, and believe me when I say my father wouldn’t give a sh*t if I die. In fact, he’d probably kill me himself before dragging Natti back to the altar. That’s why we have to stay several steps ahead of him. My father has too many resources to help him get what he wants, and I can’t allow him to capture us again.
With that in mind, if you had it to do all over again, would you still have saved Natti?
SO: In a heartbeat.
Readers, be sure to check out the rest of Seth’s story in Son of Set (Descendants of Isis #2) and follow where his adventure with Natti takes him.