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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Divided Loyalties by Lia Davis (Guest Post)

Today I would like to welcome author Lia Davis, who is joining us with a few furry special guests, enjoy!

Interview with a few alpha males from Ashwood Falls.

Hi, Lia here! I’ve brought Hayden, Blaine and Kieran with me today. Hopefully we’ll be able to find out some yummy details. Oh, here they come now. Pull up a chair, grab a drink from the bar, and a snack. 

Lia: Hi, guys. Thanks for coming and chatting with me.

Hayden: *sat in the chair to my right while Blaine and Kieran drop down on the sofa across from us* You’re welcome. We’re glad to be here.

*Blaine and Kieran nodded*

Lia: Hayden, how is the honeymoon stage treating you?

Hayden: *his lips twitched* Christa and I are still learning to be mates. I mean the bond is storng, but she still thinks like a human.

Lia: What do you mean?

Blaine: It has soaked in that her lifespan is a lot longer now.

Lia: Ah. Yes, but it may take her about fifty years of not aging before if sinks in.

Hayden: Maybe longer. But sometimes I think she likes to annoy me.

Kieran: She’s your mate. She’ll always find reason to annoy you.

Lia: Kieran, how are you doing since returning to the den?

Kieran: I’m doing well. A lot has changed. The major change is how the wolves and cats work together as a Pack.

Lia: Yeah, I love how they live together. But really they have two great Alpha’s that holds them together. Especially now since you know what happened in Divided Loyalties.

*the guys nod*

Can any of you share something that is to come?

Blaine: I was told not to say a word.

Lia: You were told not to share your news just yet. Because it may spoil things for readers who hadn’t read Divided Loyalties yet.

Hayden: I still have to talk to Torin about Cora. I’m not sure if he’s right for her.

Blaine: *nodding* I agree. Although I’ve seen him with her and have to agree with Jasmine that he is a little different with her.

Lia: I’m sure he’ll be gentle with her, but we’ll just have to wait and see. The next couple we should watch out for is Kieran and Ana.

Blaine: Yeah. If he hurts my sister, I’ll have to take him out.

Kieran: *grabs Blaine in a head lock* Your sister is more than capable of hitting me where it hurts the most. Plus it’s all up to her. I’m just giving her the space she needs to adjust.

Lia: I can’t wait to start on that journey. Well, it’s time for us to go. Thanks again for coming along with me.

For more information on Ashwood Falls, hop over to my website: http://authorliadavis.com and check out the Pinterest board: http://www.pinterest.com/liadavis35/ashwood-falls-series/




Divided Loyalties, Ashwood Falls, #4
By Lia Davis
Kindle | Amazon
Trained to hunt rogues and protect the human race from the threat of shifters, Christa Baker is beginning to rethink her career choice. Especially when her niece and nephew—who she’s raised on her own—end up in the crossfire. Now she’s looking for a way out and disappear off Shield’s radar for good. She never thought her out would be a gorgeous wolf who kidnaps her after raiding Shield HQ.Hayden Raines has always followed the rules. As the Ashwood Fall wolf Marshal, he has to set the example for those working under him. When he sets his sights on the beautiful human hunter things go downhill, fast. Fate has a funny way of turning things inside out—because the woman he kidnaps, the enemy he might need to protect his family from, just happens to be his mate.
Warning: Contains one woman on a path she’s not ready for, a man who thought things would be different, and a heated exchange that turns out to be the best thing ever.




Excerpt:

A dull ache throbbed in Christa’s head as she opened her eyes. Where the fuck was she? Taking in her surroundings, she groaned as the realization of what had happened settled into her mind. The Memphis unit of Shield was no more. Well, for the most part anyway. It’d take them months to rebuild.
Why did she care? She finally had her out.
Movement beside her made her sit up and cast a cold stare at the man next to her. Her captor.
Leave one hell and enter another.
She ran a hand through her hair and tried to think and not look at the man next to her. There was something about him, something familiar, yet she’d never met him before. She lifted her gaze to meet the driver’s eyes in the rearview mirror. There was a hint of compassion in the depths. Then again, she could be suffering from shock and the effects of that drug they’d given her to put her out.
She leaned her head against the window and sighed. There was nothing she could do now but play nice—if only for a little while. She had to find the twins and haul ass somewhere.
The setting sun made her realize that she’d been asleep a lot longer than she first expected. Lifting her head from the cool glass, she peered over to the man who had kidnapped her. His eyes were closed as he rested his head against the seat; his black hair was cut short on the sides and slightly longer on top. She let her gaze roam down to his broad shoulders and hard chest covered by a black cotton tee then farther down...
Good God, what the hell was wrong with her? Ogling her kidnapper? She must have hit her head when she passed out.
Forcing her gaze to his face, she asked, “How long have I been out?”
One shoulder lifted in a half shrug. “About two hours, give or take.”
She clenched her jaw together while she patted her pockets. “Where’s my phone?”
“You don’t need it.”
Like hell. She needed to contact the twins soon, or they’d come looking for her. It was the one argument Christa lost with them. They might be only sixteen, but they were wolves and very strong fighters. She’d made sure of the latter. Trained them both herself.
“Where are you taking me?”
Neither man answered. Surprise, surprise.
She guessed she’d find out soon enough. Right before they killed her no doubt.
She pressed her head against the glass again and watched trees, the occasional car, and the asphalt race by. Well, she had asked for an out. She just hoped she live through it to finally have a normal life with Brenna and Bryce.
Her eyes lids felt heavy, and finally she lost the fight to keep them open and submitted to sleep. She’d figure out her escape plan later.
Christa opened her eyes just as the Range Rover pulled to a stop. Sitting up, she pulled on the door handle. Locked. Of course.
Her captor opened his door then grabbed her hand to tug her across the seat. She yanked her hand from his. “I’m capable to getting out by myself.”
His lips twitched before he turned from her to get out of the vehicle. However, he didn’t go far. He waited outside the SUV. She scowled at him as she slid across the backseat. She hopped out and sidestepped him when he reached out to her. To her relief, he let it go and didn’t touch her.
That only made her suspicious of him. Was he experiencing remorse about holding her prisoner? She hoped he did.
Jerk.
“Where are we?” she asked as she scanned her surroundings. It appeared to be, or at least had been at one time, a town or small community hidden in the mountains. Debris littered the cobblestone streets and overgrown yards where most the houses sat, either burned to the ground or looked as though a very large truck had driven through them. “What happened here?”
“Rogues.” The gruff reply was all she got before he gestured to her to start walking.
“Rogues? As in shifters gone rogue?”
He grunted then said, “You ask too many questions, human.”




About the Author:
Lia Davis is a mother to two young adults and two very special kitties, a wife to her soul mate, a paranormal romance author, and co-owner to Fated Desires Publishing, LLC. She and her family live in Northeast Florida battling hurricanes and very humid summers. But it’s her home and she loves it!An accounting major, Lia has always been a dreamer with a very activity imagination. The wheels in her head never stop. She ventured into the world of writing and publishing in 2008 and loves it more than she imagined. Writing is stress reliever that allows her to go off in her corner of the house and enter into another world that she created, leaving real life where it belongs.Her favorite things are spending time with family, traveling, reading, writing, chocolate, coffee, nature and hanging out with her kitties.


GIVEAWAY!
Lia is hosting a tour-wide giveaway of a $50 gift card to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, OR All Romance eBooks (Winner’s choice), an eBook from her back list (Divided Loyalties not included), and a swage pack. Just leave a comment and follow the Rafflecopter instructions below to enter.
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6 comments:

Lia Davis said...

Thanks so much for having us over today.

Eva Millien said...

I love this book and Ashwood Falls! Thanks for sharing.

Shannon Burdsall said...

Thanks for sharing more of Hayden, Blaine and Kieran!! I am so excited for Kieran's book! Excellent series!!

angieia said...

I've only read the first book, but I am looking forward to reading the rest of this series!

AthenaAries said...

Thanks for sharing. Great giveaway.

Wanda Craighead said...

Thanks for the reviews and blurbs. I have a new series and author to try.