In your own words, please describe your book.
Christmas on Legionnaire is part six in the Taken: The Vampire’s Concubine series. It’s the final book in season one, and I feel like it’s the perfect ending to Keely and Kosmas’ story. After being abducted from Earth, held captive, and offered up as a concubine, she’s really had quite the adventure on Legionnaire. But now she’s in a position to realize some of her dreams, and Kosmas, her super sexy mate and vampire, wants to make all of her Christmas wishes come true.
But things have never went easy between these two, so why should it start now? Zander, the vampire that was her first lover, has returned to Golden Harbor. And the newest shipment of concubines has just arrived. In the midst of it, Kosmas is trying to plan a Christmas celebration, which is a foreign concept to the vampires. It’s quite the fiasco.
This is a series that you will want to read in order. They are all available on Kindle Unlimited, or just $.99 each if you don’t have this service. *Warning*. I’ve been told by readers that this series is very addictive.
What genre/genres does your book fall under?
Paranormal Romance, Erotic Romance
Is this book part of a series?
Yes. The series is called Taken: The Vampire’s Concubine. Season one.
What was the inspiration behind your book?
This inspiration behind this particular book really originated with the characters. It helps that I love Christmas, too. The entire series has been such a wild ride. If you’ve read it, you know that this is true. It just seemed fitting that Keely wanted to bring this tradition to the vampire’s world. After all, she’s human, but they aren’t. They’ve never had a holiday season before like this one. And it’s such a switch for Kosmas. Here you have this hard, sometimes harsh vampire that has led the vampires for so long. He’s rigid and unbending, but he loves his little mortal so much that he wants to please her by doing this. It’s hard to imagine Kosmas in the middle of Santa suits and Christmas trees, which makes this so great. In this book, you see a different side of him.
What led you into writing? Was it a lifelong ambition, or the result of some type of turning point in your life?
It’s really just a miracle. I really have no other way to explain it.
So far, what has been the greatest moment in your writing career?
Hearing from readers and realizing that they love this series as much as I do. The Taken series is not a neat, tender romance. It’s raw, dark, and goes places that a lot of books don’t.
What are you working on now?
I try to publish a book a month. Currently, I’m working on another paranormal romance series. It’s in the same “universe” as Taken: The Vampire’s Concubine, but it’s not on the same planet. After that, I’ll be publishing season two in this series.
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If there was one thing you could tell your readers, what would it be?
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