Today my guest is author Cynthia Eden.
Cynthia chose to do the “Complete the Sentences Book Version” for her new release, Immortal Danger.
-My book is titled: Immortal Danger
-My book is about: An ex-cop turned vampire heroine and the shifter hero who has to trade his blood for her help. 🙂
-The book was inspired by: I actually wrote a novella for Red Sage about a female vampire (Blood Hunt in Secrets, Volume 25). I had a great time with that character, but I kept wondering what would happen if I made a darker heroine, one with a very scarred past, one with a bleak future, and one who just had nothing to lose. And with those thoughts…Maya was born.
-My book is set in: LA, modern time, well, modern with a few paranormal upgrades.
-I chose this setting because: I wanted to use a very urban setting for this story, and I wanted to head to the West Coast with these characters (because the characters from my “Midnight” trilogy are the East Coast gang).
-I think readers will like the hero because: Adam Brody puts family first and foremost in his life. He’s dedicated, he’s loyal, and he’s very, very dangerous.
-I think readers will like the heroine because: Maya Black is a survivor. She’s tough, street-smart, and independent. She can also kick some serious supernatural butt.
-If I had to describe the hero and heroine’s relationship with one word, that word would be: Dangerous.
-My favorite character in the book is: Maya. 🙂 She’s so broken, and so bad and I love her.
-My favorite scene in the book is: Hmmm…my favorite scene occurs when Adam finally gets to show the world just how powerful he is.
-The thing I enjoyed most about writing this book was: The characters–the characters were so much fun to write!
-If I had to summarize my book in one sentence it would be: A shifter must put his fate into the hands of a female vampire he doesn’t trust, but craves more than any other.
-I would love to know what readers think about “darker” characters in books. (By darker, I mean characters who don’t lead perfect lives, characters who have to deal with tragedy and horror, and characters who show that sometimes, that line between right and wrong is very, very weak.)
Readers, you can learn more about Cynthia and her books at her site: www.cynthiaeden.com
Go ahead and tell Cynthia what you think about “darker” characters in books.
Cynthia was kind enough to donate a prize to one lucky commenter.
One commenter will win her/his choice of one autographed book from Cynthia‘s backlist (this includes Immortal Danger).
I’ll randomly select and announce the winner tomorrow