As with almost everything he does, Colin Morgan’s slow and steady progression to the romantic side of film seems measured and well-thought out … stretching his advances into new areas slowly, as a quiet stretch of the muscles in the early morning.
* Merlin’s little, innocent flirtations with Gwen. * Merlin’s hauntingly poignant, deeply felt love for Freya. * Cathal’s enthusiastic matchmaking between Fred and Jules. * Calum’s awkward crush on Nikki. * Jimmy’s cheeky flirtation with Phoebe. * DS Anderson’s implied and impersonal liaison with Stella. * Leo’s slow softening toward Mattie. * And now comes: Waiting for You: Sylvie
” … through it all, Sylvie’s been falling for Paul. She’s like a second in Paul’s corner of the ring; ﬁnally he’s out of the ﬁght, a little bruised, but bearing the prize. * Followed by: Charlotte Appleby, Nathan’s beloved wife.
As with so many of the things he does, he is deliberate and classy in his choices. So, I start with his innocent flirtations with Gwen and continue, step by step, up to his latest portrait of a young farmer very much in love with his wife. Tender and lovely. My kind of romantic leading man. 🙂 ❤
This kind of thoughtful entry into relationships appeals very much to this writer.