The vampire drug, brew, nearly ruined Gwen Sparks’ life. Just when things started to get back to normal between her and Aiden, she is summoned by the North American Witches Council to their central city of Moon.
A war is imminent between vampires and witches, and Gwen’s experiences with brew are being used to fuel the fire. She is about to discover just how powerful she is with the help of the ruggedly handsome Angel of Death and just how far some people will go to get what they want.
Gwen is going to learn exactly what it means to be Deceived.
Hi, and thanks for having me today! A couple new characters were introduced in Deceived – The 2nd book in my Gwen Sparks series. I’ve heard a lot of buzz about the elusive Dorian Hade from my readers and thought I’d take the time to interview him. This wasn’t an easy feat seeing as how he’s not the type to open up. Enjoy!
Stephanie: Dorian, would you please enlighten the readers as to what you are.
Dorian: I’ve never been interview before, but for you I will endure this silliness. I am the Angel of Death. I’m responsible for making sure people die when their supposed to.
Stephanie: That sounds a bit ominous. How do you know when they’re supposed to die?
Dorian grumbles. It’s my job. I have a sixth sense that allows me insight into their ending. I can tell when someone is supposed to die by just being around them.
Stephanie: Okay, let’s move onto greener pastures. You were brought in by Holly to train Gwen Sparks. Could you please explain why Gwen needed training?
Dorian snorts, a smirk lifting his lips. Gwen is what is known as a spirit walker—a witch able to interact with the dead on a physical level. She can see their memories, control them and even touch them. Since Gwen was never taught about her powers she was as naïve as a newborn baby. I was brought in to teach her how to harvest her potential.
Stephanie: You were quite affected by her, weren’t you?
Dorian shifts uncomfortably. I don’t know if ‘affected’ is the right word. She’s a beautiful woman who’s hard to not notice. I don’t allow women to have an affect over my emotions.
I smile knowingly at Dorian, and he shakes his head in annoyance.
Stephanie: Okay, you weren’t “affected” by Gwen, but you did show interest in her. How did it feel when she gave you the “just friends” line?
Dorian’s lips turn downward for a split second. I took it as a challenge.
I laugh. “Okay, enough about the relationship between you and Gwen. I can tell it makes you uncomfortable.
Dorian interrupts. I do not get uncomfortable.
I hold my hands up in surrender, but still smiling. Alright. Would you please tell the readers what will happen once your training with Gwen is done. Will you leave Flora, or are you planning on sticking around?
Dorian thinks for a moment. Well, I have a job to do. That means I can’t stick around any one place for too long. I try not to think about the future and “what-if” too much. Those thoughts distract from the now.
Stephanie: Thank you for taking the time to sit down and chat. I know you’d rather be somewhere else.
Dorian: You’re my creator; I didn’t really have a choice, did I?
Stephanie: You’ve gotta point.
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