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Ace is on a mission. On the run from his old pack, the enforcer is determined that cat shifter Teric must die. In his head it’s the only way he can regain his place in the Washington pack and the Bound and Bonded club. In an effort to meet his needs for Domination in the human world, Ace visits Whips, a predominantly human BDSM club and gets the shock of his life.
Devin is a five hundred year old vampire who has been searching for his one and only for the longest time. Working as a house sub at Whips was fine until one Master over steps his boundaries and Devin is left with time on his hands. Deciding on a whim to track down the delicious wolf shifter he had smelled at the club, Devin soon tracks down Ace…and then promptly wishes he hadn’t. Ace is a wolfist and refuses to accept Devin as his mate.
Misunderstandings are just one hurdle these two need to overcome, if they are ever to have their HEA. The enforcers from the Washington Pack are still looking for Ace, and when they find him it might prove the end for both Devin and Ace.
Warnings; this is a gay erotic romance about a wolf shifter and a vampire. The book includes graphic sex scenes between men, BDSM elements and coarse language.
Book Name: Fighting Fangs
Series? Bound and Bonded Book 4
Can it be read as a standalone? Yes
Release Date: February, 2015
Publisher: Oliver Group Publications
Cover Artist: Lisa Oliver
Categories: BDSM, Erotica, Fiction, Gay Fiction, M/M Romance, Paranormal, Romance
Pages or Words: 38,000 words
“This is not a scene. Not this time. This is us, together. Mate. Amatus. No rules. No restrictions. Just two men who will be together for a lifetime.”
Devin’s eyes flashed a brilliant red, the sight almost shocking Ace with its intensity and then it was gone just as quickly.
“I want that,” Devin said softly, as his hands came up from where they had been resting on the bed and gripped Ace’s biceps. “I want that a lot,” his voice finishing on a growl that set Ace’s wolf on edge as though not sure whether to challenge or submit. But that growl left Ace in no doubt that the man underneath him was as much a predator as he was.
What advice would you give a new writer just starting out?
Keep writing. Honestly the hardest thing for a writer isn’t overcoming writer’s block, or trying to find the perfect first line for your book. It is getting something finished. It doesn’t matter if it is perfect, it doesn’t matter if you think the whole thing is crap. Get words on a page, pages into a book and then start worrying about the little stuff.
Do you ever suffer from writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it?
Yes, I do, and I think all writers go through that at some stage. For me though it is more like I feel that my story has gone ’off-tangent’ and I have written myself into a corner. So what I tend to do, is go back over what is already written and find that place where it all unravels. Then I hit the delete key, get rid of all that I have written past that point, and get back into the story again.
What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
Keeping the reader interested. Most readers can forgive a lot of things to do with the technical side of writing, but if the characters are two dimensional, and the reader doesn’t care about them, then they won’t care about the storyline either. Remembering to tie up all of the lose storyline threads is another important aspect in writing, and if you are going to leave your readers with a cliffhanger, then warn them about it in the blurb.
How do you develop your plot and characters?
I am a pantser type of writer – which means I don’t plan out my stories, I write them as they come to me. Before I start to write each new book I find two pictures that embody the central elements of my two main characters, and then I think about how they might meet. Once I have those two elements in place the story just flows, and often takes me to unexpected places.
Are you working on anything at the present you would like to tell us about?
I am always working on something, lol. At the time of this interview I am working on Book 6 of the Cloverleah Pack (Fae For All) which I hope will be out by the end of March. Then I have book 2 of the Stockton Wolves series to write, Book 5 of the Bound and Bonded series to finish and I have another idea for the Alpha and Omega series I am writing, so I am going to fit that in somewhere as well.
Lisa Oliver had been writing non-fiction books for years when visions of half dressed, buff men started invading her dreams. Unable to resist the lure of her stories, Lisa decided to switch to fiction books, and now stories about her men clamor to get out from under her fingertips.
When Lisa is not writing, she is usually reading with a cup of tea always at hand. Her grown children and grandchildren sometimes try and pry her away from the computer and have found that the best way to do it, is to promise her chocolate. Lisa will do anything for chocolate.
Lisa loves to hear from her readers and other writers. You can friend her on Facebook here, or email her directly at [email protected]
Where to find the author:
Lisa’s Blog – http://www.supernaturalsmut.com
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