Sunday, 14 November 2010

Guest Blogger - Stacey Kennedy!

To celebrate the release of AN EVERLASTING BITE tomorrow, Stacey Kennedy is joining us here today to tell us a little about her and her books.  Please make her welcome!

A little bit about Stacey:

My novels are lighthearted fantasy, heart squeezing, thigh-clenching romance, and even give a good chuckle every now and again. My journey as a writer began as a way to keep my brain alive since being a stay at home mom can be a little let’s say―numbing. It was an escape from screaming kids, dirty diapers and plain old mom duty.  It started as a hobby, but as the stories progressed it became a passion. Now, I indulge at nap time, especially the juicy bits! Every mom needs a good thrill!

Blurb of An Everlasting Bite:

Love is born between strangers, yet built upon a bond soul deep―one Alpha’s vow to protect his mate from looming danger, all the while, mending her soul and stirring her wolfish desires.

A vicious werewolf attack in Plymouth, Minnesota leaves a young woman violated, bitten and now, transformed into werewolf. But Rynn Murphy doesn’t have to face this transformation alone—she has her mate by her side. And the charming Briggs―Beta to the Patriarch, Valor―is eager to ease her into this new life and mend her battered soul.

With only weeks to adjust to her new fur, Rynn, follows Briggs while he assists in locating the daughter of the Montana’s Alpha, who was abducted from her home.  But this journey is not without danger. And soon, they discover the ones who have taken this young wolf do not want her found and will stop at nothing to keep her hidden. Or so it may seem, as bodies begin to drop around them, the murderous attempts start to appear more as a hit than a smoke screen—leaving only one question, who is the intended target…

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RT Book Reviews
“…Kennedy has created a world that readers will want to visit again and again!” Dawn Crowne

Bitten by Paranormal Romance
“Do you love magic, dominant men, adventure, humor, evil villains and a talking cat? Well here is an excellent book for you to try.” Laurie
Happily Ever After Reviews
"The readers will find themselves snickering and crying with the characters. I highly recommend this book. Read it, go get it right away. ” Hunter

Why do we love werewolves?  The strength of them, their protective nature, how their united in a pack?  I think it’s all these reasons why werewolves have stolen my heart.  I’m captivated by the mate bond that an Alpha and his wolf share.  From the rules that bound them within their packs, to the sheer beauty of the wolf is why the world I’ve created in An Everlasting Bite has topped my favourite list.

So, tell me, do you love the furry creatures as much as I do, and if you do, why?

 ...and don't forget AN EVERLASTING BITE is available tomorrow!


Em Woods said...

Wow, Stacey, this one sounds amazing! Definitely going on the TBR list...

As for werewolves - I think what I love most is that they give reign to the baser emotions and possessiveness with good reason. They recognize that their mate is what completes them and will stop at nothing to protect and love them. *sigh* A dash of machismo with a large portion of love just makes for a good hero!

Great post.

Stacey Kennedy said...

I totally agree with you Em! Werewolves are sigh central!!

Big thanks to Maggie for letting me stop by :)

Abigail-Madison Chase said...

Great blog

Paul McDermott said...

and from "across the pond"
(UK resident!)

I think REAL wolves are just as interesting as werewolves ...

They are faithful.
They mate for life.
They are ferociously protective of their children[offspring].
All good values which I wish we could see more often in Humans [sigh]

Coincidentally: wolves make a "guest appearance" in my current NaNo work - I might just upload a 'teaser' for comment! lol

I have also completed a disaster/thriller which has the working title "But Not by Wolves" which I'm currently trying to flog on the publisher circuit, but without an agent it's difficult :(

Maggie Nash said...

Thanks for being my guest today Stacey :-)

I love the fact that werewolves in romance are so incredibly committed to each other. Not just their mates, but their entire pack..

I love that once a mate finds his/her mate, there's never anyone else for them

I love that a werewolf will fight to the death to protect his or her family

And who doesn't want that undying devotion?

Of course it doesn't hurt that they are all gorgeous to look at too :-)

Stacey Kennedy said...

Yup Maggie, it never hurts that they are a good piece of eye candy :)