A WEREWOLF STATE OF MIND
A WEREWOLF STATE OF MIND
For the record, this interview was done about half way through the book Guardian Unforgiven. Page was hard to get ahold of, but I was able to negotiate an interview. Though I had to… agree to certain rules.
Before I start I have to say Page is an intriguing character, a strong warrior type but only if you don’t know her. Once she lets you get to see who she is, you understand that she is more of a free spirt with a gentle touch. I am really surprised that she had agreed to this, under the circumstances.
Page walked in the room and as always, she is stunning. You can’t help but notice her full jet black wavy hair, melding into her shoulders, her seductive eyes, wide then fading into a soft point, a deep blue color reminiscent of a wolf looking through you rather than at you. I could see the faint edge of a tattoo on her neck just under her left ear partially covered by her black leather jacket she was wearing, and a nose ring that I hadn’t noticed before. Her athletic body was more Marilyn Monroe as she gracefully entered the tall metal building.
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Taken In is an intriguing story about what happens when the supernaturals take over the world. They’ve forced the humans to serve them, and in short, it’s really not a safe time to be a human – except at a place called the Store Front, where a level of protection is afforded. It’s not ideal, as they’re forced to feed and have sex with the supernaturals – but it’s safer than going it alone in the outside world.
Kitty works at the Store Front, and has a pretty miserable existence. The only bright points in her life are when wolf shifter, Vic, and his best friend, vampire Gale, visit her. She loves being with them, and when she’s not, longs for the moment when they will come to her again.
The wolf and vampire adore Kitty, and want to take her away from the Store Front, but realise that convincing her they’re not just using her will be tough. But they’ve still got to try…
This was an enjoyable short paranormal tale, packed with action, romance and hot sex scenes. It was a unique take on a paranormal read, and one I’d recommend to fans of the genre.
Steal Your Soul Away is a short paranormal story from Elizabeth Coldwell, and was first published in the Wild After Dark collection from Totally Bound Publishing.
This is the tale of Angelique, a two hundred year old vampire currently working in Brighton as a burlesque dancer. She’s always kept a distance from the people who come to see her show – that is, until she lays eyes on sculptor, Tom. Somehow, he’s different, and he intrigues her. His friend, Lucas, also piques her interest, but, being a werewolf, disgusts her at the same time. Particularly when she discovers that Tom doesn’t know his closest friend is a werewolf.
Against her usual self-imposed rules, she begins seeing Tom, doing her best to ignore Lucas’s presence. But when it becomes apparent that Tom knows there’s something between them, he tries to persuade Angelique that Lucas isn’t so bad, after all. But can the three of them put their differences aside and work something out?
I always enjoy Elizabeth Coldwell’s work, and this is no exception. It’s dark, dirty and intriguing, well-written and sexy, as always, and I’d definitely recommend it to fans of erotic paranormal tales.