Feral Hearts Tales
Genre: Shifter/paranormal romance/gay romance
Publisher: Lightbane Publications
Date of Publication: 9/14/2015
Word Count: 90,000
Cover Artist: Fiona Jayde
Tucker and Ryder figured that the worst was over. They'd gotten used to being lycans, they'd managed to not get killed by werewolf hunters and they'd stopped a crazy magician from trying to unleash Armageddon.
However, as they try to get back to their lives, they find a whole host of new problems awaiting them. The government has established a task force to deal with paranormal threats and lycans are at the top of that list. There is a monster prowling the dark places of New York City. And the Moon Spirit has an agenda for them to fulfill.
Moon Born continues the story of Love Bites, with new characters, new dangers and new complications for Ryder and Tucker's relationship.
D. River has been writing for many decades, and most of it is filthy, dirty stuff that you absolutely shouldn't read. Highly-trained experts have successfully quarantined most of that work to keep save innocent bystanders from debilitating cases of blushing.
D. River started putting out books for sale with Wild Horses. Since no one told him to stop, he went on to publish other novels, including the popular Love Bites. The men in white coats caught up with him, though, and he vanished off the face the of Earth. Having made his escape and having set up shop in an abandoned adult toy factory, he is now ready to unleash more paranormal romances/adventure stories on an unsuspecting world.
Pretty much. Though I didn't really have a say in the matter, since I have had this very loud muse flooding my head with story ideas since I was just a trickle (trickle, small river, get it? I was saying that... Okay never mind.)
2. Who are your top five fictional characters?
From modern fiction?
Percy Jackson from the Rick Riordan novels. I love his sense of humor.
Max from Jay Northcote's "Not Just Friends" because he was just so fierce.
Simon Murray from Sean Kennedy's "Tigers" series because he's a hilarious cynic. Severus Snape from the Harry Potter books because he was so incredibly complicated and probably the most real character Rowling created.
Russel Middlebrook from Brent Hartinger's series, because he tries so hard and fails sometimes and then gets up and tries again.
3. How many hours a day do you spend writing?
I try to hold myself to 2000 words a day, but life tends to get in the way.
4. Do you have a dream cast for your book?
Interesting question. I've never really thought about it, so I suppose the answer is no. But thinking on it, Chris Pratt would be perfect for Ryder. And Brandon Routh would be a great Tucker. And those two in bed together would be a very pretty picture!
5. Which book would you have with you on a desert island?
I only get one?!? Uh.... I guess it would be Tigers and Devils by Sean Kennedy because if I was trapped on a desert island, I'd need a laugh.