Knox and Harper’s story continues as the Las Vegas lair – and its two infamous Co-Primes – face their most terrifying enemy yet . . .
Together, Harper and Knox have overcome just about every evil thing you can think of – from Horsemen of the Apocalypse to dark magic practitioners to Lucifer’s insistent belief that he’s hilarious. They’re looking forward to some well-earned downtime – until Harper is attacked by mercenaries in the middle of her tattoo shop. Worse still, the attackers are trying to take her wings – the ones no one is meant to know she even has.
It’s a near miss and once a furious Knox has managed to pull his demon back into line there’s only one thing clear – someone knows Harper’s secrets and is systematically setting out to destroy her. It seems likely that someone is the third Horseman – but how do they know so much about Harper? It seems the impossible might be true – they have an enemy hiding at the very heart of the lair.
To survive Harper will need to embrace power that’s darker than she’s ever experienced and even Knox can’t protect her from everything – though God knows nothing’s going to stop him trying. The stakes have never been higher, for if Harper’s taken by this new threat, Knox won’t be able to stop his demon from taking a vicious pleasure in tearing the world apart . .
I don’t remember a time when I wasn’t writing something, whether it was stories, poems, or even songs – though I can’t carry a tune. I only have one rule when I’m writing a book which is that it has to have a happy ending. Other than that, pretty much anything goes. I write stories that I would enjoy reading and then I just hope that others will enjoy them too.
I was born and raised in England where I live with my husband (a person who doesn’t judge me for hearing voices in my head – how often do you come across people like that?), and my two demanding children.
A little interview I did might give you a better idea of what you’re dealing with.
Why do you love to write?
I just love disappearing in a story…in the characters and setting and theme. It’s both amazing and frustrating to have a story trapped inside you.
Describe your desk
I don’t have a desk, but I have an ‘office’ – which is one of those huge, bulky armchairs that spin around and make you feel like you’re one of the Borrowers. And no, of course I don’t spin around on it. Really, I don’t. Honestly. Because that would be childish, right?
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
It has inspired my little boy – who has the most amazing imagination – to become an author one day. How can that not make me smile?
Describe ‘Here Be Sexist Vampires’ with three words.
Romance. With. Bite
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Honestly? The fact that my alarm clock will keep making that horrendous noise until I do.
What’s your favorite treat?
Skittles, hands down.
If you could be a vampire or a shifter, which would you choose?
I’d be a vampire with the power to shapeshift.
Coffee or tea?
Tea. With biscuits. And maybe cake.
Favorite T.V. programme?
Dexter. I love the crazy freak.
If you had to do it all over again, is there anything about your books or the publishing process that you would do differently?
I would get the ISBN numbers sooner rather than later. Although they’re not extremely important, it’s very good to have them, and many places won’t sell a book that doesn’t have one.
© 2014 by Suzanne Wright.