I’m celebrating the release of my 10th Nocturne today! FALLEN is in bookstores now, but only for that sweet little month the category books are allowed. This is the second in my Of Angels & Demons series, and you know, it’s fun to do something a little different from vamps once in a while. Oh, there are vamps in the story, but they’re mean and can’t walk in the sunlight.
My angels are not your classic good guys, either. In fact in the first book, ANGEL SLAYER, the angel was bad. The demons are neither good nor bad, as well. Got a demon heroine in this current story, and she thinks she’s bad, but well…she’s just trying to function in a world that is new to her, and maybe she isn’t quite as bad after all.
That’s the fun and challenging part about writing this series. My angels and demons have no history, no baggage. They’ve been floating about for thousands of years in a literal blackness, just waiting for release. So when they arrive on earth, everything is new and wondrous to them. I love working with characters who would much rather gaze at the sunset than rip off a vampire’s head—but if the vamp is interrupting their enjoyment of the view? Let the ripping begin! 🙂
So I have a few copies of FALLEN to give away. Tell me if you prefer a character, hero or heroine, with a lot of baggage to sort out during the course of the story, or maybe you don’t mind the kind that feel like they’re charting a new course with every step they take?