Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Trinity and Jeff

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Denying her love for her childhood friend, Jeff, Trinity visits her family’s ancestral land, believing the Wild family magic has called her there to meet her soulmate. Instead she finds danger at every turn, but she won’t have to face it alone.

Jeff has loved Trinity his whole life, but settled for friendship after she broke his heart on prom night. Now this soldier turned firefighter faces the supernatural to protect Trinity and convince her once and for all that they belong together.

read an excerpt...
Staring into his intense brown eyes, Trinity weakened. Why had he always been able to do this to her? Make her furious and then present a perfectly logical and usually loving reason for him intruding on her life.

“I won’t let it happen this time, Jeff. You’re always doing this. Sticking your big nose in where it doesn’t belong.”  “Don’t insult my nose.”

“You know what I mean. It’s like the time my friends and I went up to the lake for a midnight swim. It was supposed to be a girls’ night and you busted in.”

“Your friend Cheryl nearly drowned when the canoe tipped.”

“I know. You were right, and we appreciated your help, but that’s beside the point.”

“And what about the time you and your cousins went ice skating on the pond with that moron your cousin Amelia had a crush on.”

“Moron? Alexander was genius level.”

“Some genius. He ended up showing off and breaking his leg so I had to carry his ass to the main road. If I hadn’t been there, who would have carried him? You or Amelia?”

“We’d have done it. Just because you’re like a gorilla and can throw a six-foot man over your shoulder doesn’t mean Amelia and I couldn’t have handled the situation.”

“You’re welcome.”

“Listen, Jeff, I know you mean well and you’ve always been there for me. I love you like a brother, but you have to understand that --”

“Don’t.” Jeff held up his large hand and Trinity stared at it for a moment. 


About Kate Hill...
Kate Hill is a vegetarian New Englander who started writing over twenty years ago for pleasure. Since 1996, she has sold over one hundred short stories, novellas, and novels.

She prefers to blend genres, and she loves horror and a happily ever after, so her books can be a bit unusual. If you're looking for romance with witches, aliens, vampires, angels, demons, shapeshifters and more, there's a good chance you'll find something to your taste in her backlist.
When she's not working on her books, Kate enjoys reading, working out, and watching horror movies. She also writes under the name Saloni Quinby.

Personal Answers from Kate...
Does this book have a special meaning to you? i.e. where you found the idea, its symbolism, its meaning, who you dedicated it to, what made you want to write it?
When Trinity was introduced in the first book in the Wild Witches of Beaver Bay series, she was texting her best friend Jeff. I knew even then there was more to their relationship than friendship, and I had to write their story.

Where do you get your storylines from? Many different things inspire my stories. Sometimes it’s a person, a place, a song, or just a feeling. Usually my characters come first and they “tell” me their stories.

Was this book easier or more difficult to write than others?  Why? So far the Wild Witches of Beaver Bay series has flowed really well for me. Every story has its difficult moments, but overall this series has been a pleasure to write. I had been looking forward to writing about Trinity and Jeff since they were introduced in Wild Witches of Beaver Bay 1.

Do you only write one genre? I usually write romance in a variety of subgenres, but I sometimes write horror as well.

Give us a picture of where you write, where you compose these words…is it Starbucks, a den, a garden…we want to know your inner sanctum? I have a desk at home in a room with a window, but my desk doesn’t face the window. I have lots of books around it as well as knickknacks I’ve collected over the years. Most of them have some kind of sentimental value. The room is black and orange--Halloween colors. I keep certain Halloween decorations out all year round because it’s my favorite holiday.
And finally, of course…was there any specific event or circumstance that made you want to be a writer? I’ve loved stories for as long as I can remember. I started writing to tell the stories I wanted to read, but hadn’t found yet. 

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