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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media
contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Hello, Goodbye by Tess
Delacour.
About the Book
Title Hello, Goodbye
Genre Contemporary
Romance
Author Tess Delacour
Book heat level
(based on movie ratings): R
Mr. Push Pull is
about to meet Ms. Irresistible Force. 
The result?  Explosive!
Ryan Murphy is a
wounded man. He’s retreated behind a façade of indifference and refuses to
commit to anyone or anything besides his work. No woman has been able to break
through his hard shell since he was jilted at the altar, an experience that
left him anti-woman and anti-commitment.
Enter Jennifer
Kowalski, a no-nonsense tomboy who lives life to the fullest and gives herself
over to everything she does. She is a woman who can fire up in a heartbeat and
has the red hair to match. A tempest in a chamomile teacup, she is a breath of
fresh air in Ryan’s sour life.
Ryan and Jenn are
attorneys in the District Attorney’s Office. When their boss throws them
together to head up a new team, old wounds and long-buried desires flash to the
surface. Ryan pushes everyone away, can Jenn pull him in before he says
goodbye?
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About the Author
Contemporary romance author Tess Delacour
writes fiction that will ignite your mind as well as your body. She fell in
love with the genre as a young girl after reading Pride and Prejudice. Hooked
by the ‘happily ever after’, romance fiction has been a lifelong obsession. She
calls her writing ‘sexy modern romance with a dose of fun and humor’. She attended
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for undergrad and law school, and currently
resides in rural Virginia with her family and dog.
She is a member or Romance Writers of America
and Virginia Romance Writers.
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Amazon Author Page http://goo.gl/T1xTC8

Interview with Val Ruska

Tell us about
yourself, please.
Although
I am a musician by trade, I’ve recently become enamored with working with my
hands.  I enjoy sculpting three dimensional designs using metal. It is
exciting to watch it heat up, burn brightly, and then slowly cool off into a
unique, one of a kind creation I molded.  You can see my work displayed in
exhibits in Helsinki, London, and more recently in Paris.
I
put my music career on hold to focus on my sculptures and paintings. While
music will always be in my veins, I’m not sure if I want to continue on the
path of constant, non-stop touring.  Being on the road for over 14 years
wears out your body, mind, and soul.  I’ve seen it all – and traveled the
world, but I never really settled down, even though I’ve always considered
Helsinki my home. I took time off to focus on something that could anchor me
while still allowing my creative side to flow.
What
can I say about myself?  I’m a romantic at heart. I love the rush of being
in love. I fall fast and I fall hard. I’ve been hurt so many times in the past,
but I can only blame myself – I let my career get in the way of the ones I
loved. Instead of putting them first, music was always my priority – performing
was all that I knew how to do. A workaholic by nature, I’m often trapped in my
own head – which is something not many women understand.  I wasn’t sure I
ever wanted to be in a relationship again, until I saw Eve walk into the café
that day.  
She
was breathtakingly beautiful.  She walked into the café with a confidence
I hardly saw, and when her eyes met mine as she passed my table, I knew that I
had to have her. I had to make her mine.
What can you not do (but
need to do) during this story?
Somehow, I need to make Eve feel secure in the relationship,
safe in our play dynamic and have her gain an understanding of who I truly am –
without giving away too much.  I fear that if she learns how deep into the
lifestyle I am, she will run away.  I can’t let her know my past secrets,
all of my desires or why I struggle with power and control.
What inner doubt
causes you the most difficulty?
I
sometimes doubt my ability to keep Eve happy.  Eve is a multi-millionaire,
and I struggle knowing that she is the breadwinner of our family.  Sure, I
have more money than the average guy, but I just can’t compete with her
income.  I should be able to give her everything she’s ever wanted – and
that’s why she got the $250,000 engagement ring she was eyeing for weeks. 
Yes, it was more than a half of year’s salary for me, but she deserves
it.  But what if I can’t provide the lifestyle she is used to in the
future?
Emotionally,
I struggle with the balance of control between play time and real life.  I
fell in love with how independent and confident Eve was, but I sometimes long
to seize the reins and play for an extended period of time.  I fell in
love with her for who she was, but will she ever come to accept who I truly am?
In the story world
your author created, explain what it is you fear most and why.
While I never actually say it in the story, I fear losing
her. The biggest test occurs while I am recording my next album in LA and Jude
(Eve’s ex) tries to romance her back into his arms.  It was bad enough
that Eve sold him a 51% stake in her company when she sold off the business,
but now Jude is in NY learning the ropes and by her side.  I don’t trust
him.  He’s a sleazy Hollywood entertainment agent that will try anything,
and I mean anything – from lying about me and manipulating the situation
– to win her back.  I can’t let that happen.  I won’t let it
happen.  But will she?
What is your family
like?
My
mom and dad own their own custom lingerie and costume shop in the heart of
Helsinki. My mother designs her very own creations by hand and my dad runs the
day to day business end of it.  I guess I got my creative streak from her.
I
have two younger siblings: Jenni and Eero.  Jenni works as a newspaper
reporter and moonlights as a dominatrix.  She is like a twin to me, even
though she is the youngest of the three of us. Eero is the classic middle child
– and we fight most of the time.
My
parents are very accepting of the lifestyle I lead and have always been my
biggest supporters.  They have known I have been involved in the BDSM
scene since I was 18.  Why are they so accepting? Well, mom designs most
of the costumes for the underground club The Society (which I am on the board
of directors for, more about that in the next book).  My guess is that
they may have their fun too… like father like son, perhaps?
Eventually,
I long for Eve and me to have a family to call our own.  Maybe we can
finally settle down and be a normal couple, with a few kids, two cats in the
yard and a white picket fence.  Eh, who am I kidding? I’ll never be
“normal”.
What special skills
do you rely on?
Does my tongue count?  I can use it in more ways than
one…
If someone from your past showed up, who would you NOT want
it to be, and why?
Any
of my ex girlfriends, but mainly the last one, Kat. Kat has the potential to
destroy my relationship with Eve if she told her about our past, including that
we lived in TPE (a total power exchange, which is something I told Eve I did
not want for us, and which I don’t want). 
But
more than that, the last time I saw Kat, she attempted to murder me.  In a
drunken rage, she attacked me in the middle of the night while I was sleeping
with a baseball bat to my skull.  She ranted that if I couldn’t hear, I
couldn’t sing.  The only thing that remains of that night is a loss of
hearing in my ear, panic attacks and insomnia.   I’m afraid though,
that she may be coming back for a visit soon. 
Why are you happy (or
not happy) with the way your story ended?
Now, I can’t give away the ending, that’s not fair to the
readers!  You’ll have to go and buy the book to see if Eve and I lived
happily ever after. I hope the novel will satisfy your desires and leave you
longing for more – because we aren’t finished with our tale.

About the Writer

What was your biggest
challenge in writing this book?
The biggest challenge was trying to describe Helsinki
without ever visiting it.  I traveled to Finland a few months after
writing the first draft so details about the location were added in during
editing.  It was much easier for me to capture the spirit of the city
after I was there a few times.
Why did you choose
this character for the interview today?
I received some feedback from readers wanting to know more
about Val and what makes him tick.  I heard that he was a mystery and they
wanted to hear his point of view.  I hope this will give readers a little
bit of insight into his personality.  
Are any sequels
planned for this book?
Yes! The second book, The Society is already written and is
in the process of being edited.  I hope it will be released later this
year.  A third book in the series is currently in progress and is tentatively
titled, The Secret.
What genre(s) would
you like to write that you haven’t tried yet?
I have an idea for a Young Adult love story, but I am still
toying with it.  Perhaps one day, I’ll write it.
What would your
readers be surprised to learn about you?
I have my Master’s degree in Criminal Justice but never
really put it to use – I opened my own wedding business in 2003 and I have seen
it all:  from rustic backyard BBQ weddings, to lavish affairs.  I’ve
been involved with over 80,000 weddings and events – although I’m not a wedding
planner like Eve, I only supply items and decor for weddings. 
Why should readers
who haven’t picked up one of your books before give this one a try?
If you loved 50 Shades of Grey, The Story of O and/or The
Sleeping Beauty Series, give my series Eros’ Edge a try.  I’ve received
lots of positive feedback that it was an excellent, quick read – even though
its 122,000 words in length. 
I describe the story as The Wedding Planner meets Carrie
Bradshaw (Sex and the City) combined with The Story of O set to a rock n roll
soundtrack. Plus it’s set in an exotic locale. It has sex, love and rock n
roll, baby – what’s not to love?
Is there anything
you’d like to say to your readers?
If you have any questions about the book or its characters
or want to talk about the novel, feel free to connect with me on one of my
social media accounts.  I love to talk to readers and would love to hear
from you.

About the Book

Title:
The Sanctuary (Eros’ Edge Book 1)
Genre:
Erotic Romance
Author:
Arika Stone
Book
heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Eve Lauren has it all — an elite New
York City wedding and event planning business and a fabulous jet-setting life.
When she discovers her fiancé, Jude Wright, cheated, she loses the joie de
vivre for everything wedding related and gives up on ever finding romance. She
escapes to Helsinki for vacation — a place she describes as “moody and dark.”
It’s exactly how she feels after being burned by Jude.
Val Ruska isn’t looking for love. Infamous for being one of the most elusive
rock stars to bed, the musician turned brooding artist can have any woman he
wants, but doesn’t. Not any woman will do. But he’s intrigued by Eve, a single
American woman dining alone, and invites her to dinner.
Val rocks Eve’s world as hard and fast
as the music he plays. Eve explores her deepest erotic fantasies with him and
finds a side of herself that she didn’t know existed. Their relationship causes
Eve to question everything she believes about sex, love, and starting a family.
Val can give her everything she’s ever dreamed of, if she’s willing to submit
to his desires. But is she ready to give up her life in exchange for his?
Reality sinks in when she returns to New York City and Jude seizes the
opportunity to win her back—but Val isn’t so eager to let her go.

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Author Bio

Arika Stone is an erotic
romance author born and raised in New York City, but she currently resides in
New Jersey. An expert in the wedding industry with over twelve years of
experience, Arika has seen it all: from glamorous balls to rustic, intimate
affairs. Several years ago, she caught the travel bug and visited Europe but
fell in love with Finland–and fell in love there too. Filled with wanderlust,
she’s always dreaming of her next trip and her next story. Join her on her next
adventure and get lost between reality and fiction.

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Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is When Promise Meets Passion by Nicole Morgan.

About the Book

Title: When Promise Meets Passion
Genre: Erotic Contemporary
Author: Nicole Morgan
Book heat level: R
When Cole Bottego met Leah Allbright she was just a girl, the younger sister of his Marine buddy, Dex. Both of their lives were changed forever in 2007 when an IED killed Dex. In his friend’s final moments, Cole promised to always look out for Leah.
Years pass and Cole keeps his promise. Now grown, Leah is a rookie police officer under the watchful eye of her police chief, Cole. The dynamics of their new roles prove to be more than either of them were prepared for. After years of being best friends they find their feelings changing and complicating their once-easy camaraderie.
Will temptation prove to be too strong for either of them to resist as they’re given a chance to have something neither of them knew they wanted? Or will Cole push his desires aside because of a promise he made years earlier to a dying friend?

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About the Author

Nicole Morgan is a multi-published author of erotic romantic novels, which more often than not have a suspenseful back story. Erotic romance mixed with a good old-fashioned whodunit. While she’s written everything from contemporary to paranormal her leading men will more often than not be wearing a uniform of some kind. From military to police officers, she has a love for writing about those who protect and serve.
From her very first novel (which turned into a four book series) about Navy SEALs to her more recent releases you will be sure to find a few twists and turns you were not expecting.
Nicole currently lives in the Rocky Mountain region where she continues to gain support and inspiration from life’s everyday blessings.

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Meet Paul “Flipper” O’Riley from Shore to Please

About the Book

Title: Shore to Please
Genre: Romantic suspense
Author: Annette Mardis
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Tara Langley thought she’d found the
love of her life, but he betrayed her with another woman. So she buried herself
in her mission: convincing Gulf Shore Aquarium that dolphins and whales belong
in the wild, not in artificial pools.
If Tara had her way, Paul “Flipper”
O’Riley would lose the job he loves. Flipper is the head dolphin trainer, and
the aquarium’s dolphins are his babies. While he’s open to having a real family
one day, the last person he would choose to be his wife and the mother of his
children would be Tara.
These two should be sworn enemies,
after all. He certainly swears at the sight of her. And his surfer-dude looks
and lover-boy reputation aren’t exactly what Ms. Prim and Tidy had in mind when
she pictured her ideal man.
But in the age-old way of opposites
attracting, Tara and Flipper find themselves inexplicably drawn to each other.
There’s no possible way a relationship between them could work, right?
As the two try to find common ground
amid all the quicksand, Flipper and his coworkers become the targets of an
increasingly more menacing campaign to force the aquarium to release the
dolphins under its care. Will Gulf Shore Police Detective Joanna Tompkins catch
the culprit before it’s too late?

The Bucket List of Paul “Flipper” O’Riley

Name: Paul “Flipper” O’Riley
Age: 36
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Dothan, Alabama
Profession: Head dolphin trainer, Gulf Shore Aquarium
Welcome to Romance
Lives Forever. Your author introduced you. Now we’d like to get to know you
better. Please tell us about yourself.
I decided as a kid that I wanted to be either a dolphin
trainer or a professional baseball player. I went to college on an athletic
scholarship, but I knew I wasn’t good enough to make it to the Major Leagues. I
got my degree in interdisciplinary studies with an animal behavior
concentration, worked with beluga whales during an internship, and was lucky
enough to land a job in Gulf Shore in a highly competitive field. For some
reason, though, there’s this idea that I’m some kind of beach bum and a real
player with women. I guess that’s partly my fault because dolphin trainers are
like rock stars in the Florida beach town I live in, and I get plenty of
attention from ladies who say they like the way I fill out my wet suit. But I
got my heart broken a while back and don’t go out on as many dates as people
think. Right now, I’ve got my eye on a woman who’s wrong for me in so many
ways. Still, I can’t stop thinking about her and wishing we could find a way to
make it work.
What are two places
you would like to visit before you die, and why?
I’d like to go to one of those remote lodges along the
Hudson Bay coast in Canada to see polar bears and beluga whales in the wild. And
maybe the Northern Lights, too. Seeing marine animals in their natural habitats
is always an awe-inspiring experience for me. I’d also love to go on a Danube
River cruise in Europe. There’s one trip that includes tulips field and
windmills in Holland, castles in Germany and vineyards in Austria. I think that
would be very romantic and something Tara would love. Can you believe I’m
fantasizing about seeing those sights with her?
Where is a place you
would never like to return, and why?
I’d have to say St. Augustine, Florida, the first six months
after my family moved there. I was 12 years old, and it was really tough being
the new kid. I hadn’t grown into my body yet and was very gangly and awkward.
Plus, my classmates made fun of the way I talked, so I forced myself to speak
without an accent until it became second nature. My parents were hurt at first
because they assumed I was ashamed of my roots. I think they finally understood
after my sister stopped using certain expressions she thought made her sound
too redneck.
Who is someone you
would like to meet, and why?
My paternal grandfather, who died when I was a baby. I wish
I’d gotten to know him. He was awarded a Purple Heart after being wounded
during World War II. My parents said he doted on all his grandchildren and that
he was a big baseball fan. It would’ve been fun to sit and watch games with
him.
Who is someone you
would like to avoid, and why?
Steven Christianson, Tara’s ex-boyfriend. I’d be compelled
to punch him in the face for treating her so badly. But I guess if he hadn’t
cheated on her, they might still be together, so maybe I should thank him for
being such a tool.
If you could time
travel to any date, what would it be, and what would you do there?
I’d go back to the 1920s to New York to watch Babe Ruth
play. Seeing him knock one out at the original Yankee Stadium would be a
baseball fan’s dream come true. 
What is your birth
order?
I’m the youngest of two.
Tell us about your
favorite toy as a child.
My parents bought me one of those wiffle ball/plastic bat
combos, and my dad spent hours pitching to me. Those are some of my fondest
memories from childhood.
Describe your
favorite food and how it’s prepared.
I love filet mignon cooked medium well on the grill and
topped with mushrooms sautéed in melted butter with a touch of garlic, plus sea
salt and cracked black pepper. Pair that with a baked potato with butter, sour
cream, cheese and crumbled bacon. Man, my stomach is rumbling just thinking
about it.
Tell us about your
best friend.
Evan Sanders is the chief photographer/videographer at Gulf
Shore Aquarium. We’ve spent a lot of time together playing darts, drinking beer
and eating wings at Bikini Barb’s Bar & Grill, and we’re also on the same
softball team. He’s just a good guy who’s easy to be around. I narrated a
documentary he did on Trident, a baby dolphin the aquarium rescued, and Evan’s insanely
talented. He’s engaged now to Dani Davidson, and I couldn’t be happier that
he’s found the love of his life. I’ll be honored to be the best man at his
wedding.

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Author Bio

As a girl, Annette dreamed of
being an astronaut, but she stank at science and math and became motion
sick riding the bus home from school. So she went with her second
choice—newspaper journalist—and stuck with it for more than three decades.
After years of ignoring well-meaning people who said, “You should write a book,”
she finally did. And then she wrote a few more. When she’s not working,
Annette usually has her nose in someone else’s novel or her gaze
glued to sports on TV. She has three totally spoiled pets, enjoys being
the designated sightseer on her husband’s Harley, and volunteers at Clearwater
Marine Aquarium, home of diva dolphins Winter and Hope from the Dolphin Tale films.

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This quick interview includes info about the author, and
introduces the story.

About the Author

Mae Clair opened a Pandora’s Box of
characters when she was a child and never looked back.  Her father, an artist
who tinkered with writing, encouraged her to create make-believe worlds by
spinning tales of far-off places on summer nights beneath the stars.
Mae loves creating character-driven
fiction in settings that vary from contemporary to mythical. Wherever her pen
takes her, she flavors her stories with mystery and romance. Married to her
high school sweetheart, she lives in Pennsylvania and is passionate about
cryptozoology, old photographs, a good Maine lobster tail and cats.

Interview with Mae Clair

Why did you write
this book?
I love mysteries and “what ifs.” When
I was a kid, there was a house in our neighborhood that everyone said was
haunted. There were always whispers of strange things going on there, and we
(the kids) invented stories to feed those rumors. With Myth and Magic I wanted to capture the same feeling I had as a kid
when I wondered if there really were ghosts in the house.
I also wanted to write a book that
included a lavish Halloween party. J
Even though the novel is releasing
now, during the summer, the story is set in the month of October and features a
strong Halloween theme. I always wanted to write a tale centered on that
holiday and spin a romantic tale from it.
What is your favorite
genre to read?
I love thrillers that employ mystery and suspense. I also
enjoy gothic romances with mystery. Usually any type of mystery will suck me
into the story, and if the book happens to include a dashing or enigmatic hero,
so much the better! J
Who is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own)?
That’s a toss-up between Aloysius Pendergast, a highly
enigmatic Special Agent with the FBI who appears in a series of novels created
by the author team of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, and Gerald Tarrant, a
courtly yet lethal undead sorcerer from the Coldfire Trilogy by C. S. Friedman.
I love both characters so much I’ve read different books from each series
multiple times.
What are you working
on at the moment, and will see from you in coming months?
My
next release, FOOD FOR POE, should be out this November. It’s a Christmas
novella/paranormal romance.
After
that I’ll be releasing A THOUSAND YESTERYEARS, book 1 in a three book series
with a light romantic plot in each. The novels are set in 1982 and reference
events involving UFOs, Men-in-Black and a creature called the Mothman. Each
book has a standalone plot, the first book being a murder mystery. 
Please tell us about
your latest book.
AS CHILDREN THEY PLAYED GAMES OF MYTH AND MAGIC…
Veronica Kent fell in love with Caith Breckwood when they were children. As a teenager, she was certain he was the man she was destined to marry. But a traumatic event from Caith’s past led him to fear a future together. He left Veronica, hoping to save her from a terrible fate. Twelve years later, Caith, now a P.I., is hired to investigate bizarre incidents at the secluded retreat Veronica manages. Returning to his hometown, Caith is forced to face his nightmares—and his feelings for the woman he’s always loved.
THEN ONE DAY THE MONSTERS BECAME REAL.
After the callous way Caith broke her heart, Veronica isn’t thrilled to see him again. But strange occurrences have taken a dangerous toll on business at Stone Willow Lodge. Forced to work together, Veronica discovers it isn’t ghostly apparitions that frighten her, but her passion for a man she has never forgotten. Or forgiven. Can two people with a tarnished past unearth a magical future?

About the Book

Title: MYTH AND MAGIC
Genre:  Romantic
Suspense/Mystery
Author:  Mae Clair
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13

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Website:  http://maeclair.net/  

About the Book

Title
Shadow’s Edge, Book 1 of The Kyn Kronicles
Genre
Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Author
Jami Gray
Book
heat level (based on movie ratings): PG-13
Everyone fears what hunts in the shadows—especially
the monsters…
When the supernatural lurks in the shadows of the
mundane, hunting monsters requires unique skills, like those of Raine McCord. A
series of deaths threatens to reveal the Kyn community and forces her to
partner with the sexy Gavin Durand.
As the trail leads to the foundation haunting
Raine’s childhood, she and Gavin must unravel lies and betrayals to discover not
only each other, but the emerging threat to them and the entire magical
community.

The Bucket List of Raine McCord

Name:
Raine McCord
Age:
Let’s stick with late twenties and call it good, shall we?
Gender:
Female
Birthplace:
Oregon
Profession:
Taliesin Security Officer/Wraith
Welcome to Romance
Lives Forever. Your author introduced you. Now we’d like to get to know you
better. Please tell us about yourself.
What
more can I tell you. No, seriously, there’s not much I can say. Somethings are best left alone, like me. Still, if you
dare rattle the cage, you might get more than you expected. Don’t turn on me,
and you’ll live a long and peaceful life. Cross me, and you might as well start
digging your own grave. It’ll save me time. (shifting in the chair) Of course
Gavin might have a few things to say about it, but it’s not like I have to
listen, right?
When
someone dies, we say they “kicked the bucket.” Therefore, a list of
things that a person wants to accomplish, places to go, situations to
experience, and so on have become known as a “Bucket List.” We’d like
to know yours, please. If you haven’t made one before, perhaps now would be a
good time. Who knows? It might inspire another book. While you’re at it, how
about telling us about some of your other favorite things? Here are the
questions.
What are two places
you would like to visit before you die, and why?
Hmmm,
I haven’t really thought about it much, considering a Wraith’s life expectancy
can be cut short rather abruptly. (drumming fingers on table) I wouldn’t mind a
trip back to Europe, maybe check out Ireland, where my mother’s family came
from, see if anyone remembers her. Of course, that may stir up more trouble
than it’s worth.
Where is a place you
would never like to return, and why?
(eyeing
Kayelle) Is this a trick question? Let’s just go with Aaron Talbot’s lab, and
the reason should be self-explanatory. Three months under that mad man was more
than enough for me, thanks.
Who is someone you
would like to meet, and why?
(slow,
spreading smile of grim intentions) Gavin and I have discussed a possible trip
to Turkey, maybe drop in on a few Council members, convey our regards, make our
presence known, that kind of thing.
Who is someone you
would like to avoid, and why?
I’m
not much on avoidance, but I might actually step carefully around Rio Castle,
the demon lord of the Southwest. Yeah, that old bugger might worry me a bit.
If you could time
travel to any date, what would it be, and what would you do there?
(paling
a bit, lips tightening, looks away) It’s not just one. Having those I love pay
for my mistakes isn’t something that sits easy with me. (inhales and turns back
to face Kayelle) The most obvious answer is the night my mom and I were
kidnapped. I’d make sure Talbot and his cronies thought hard before coming
after us.
What is your birth
order?
I’m
an only child, which isn’t so bad for me, but my uncle may wish differently.
Tell us about your
favorite toy as a child.
(face
softening) My mother’s dirk. I keep it close, even now.
Describe your
favorite food and how it’s prepared.
Hmmm,
Gavin’s pasta primavera, all those grilled veggies and cheese. Yeah, it’s my
favorite dish. (a serene, secretive smile) He’s great in the kitchen and rocks
an apron like no one’s business.
Tell us about your
best friend.
(chuckling)
That would be Xander Cade. That girl. (shakes head) Men see this little curvy
blonde and think they’ve got it made. Boy are they in for a surprise. Never
underestimate the power of a woman, especially one with sharp claws and even
sharper teeth. Her bite is way worse than her bark. Just ask Warrick Vidis.

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Author Bio

Jami Gray is the
award winning, multi-published author of the Urban Fantasy series, The Kyn
Kronicles, and the Paranormal Romantic Suspense series, PSY-IV Teams. She can
be soothed with coffee and chocolate. Surrounded by Star Wars obsessed males
and two female labs moonlighting as the Fur Minxes, she escapes by playing with
the voices in her head.

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