Good morning diverse romance readers.
Today we have an author interview with author Mahogany SilverRain. Enjoy!
Interview question #1: Describe what your hero and heroine would consider the perfect date night.
A dinner date to their favorite soul food place. Wally’s Soul Food Cafe. They love to eat there, followed by a movie or a one of Midtown Atlanta’s jazz clubs where they can sip on their favorite drinks and listen to live jazz.
Interview question #2: What does your hero love about your heroine and what does your heroine love about your hero?
Darrin loves Kenya’s strength and tenacity. She is a ray of sunshine to him. He loves that her beliefs are strong and she has a big heart for others. Kenya loves Darrin’s fighting spirit and that he is always ready to protect those he loves. It often lands him in more trouble because of his tendency to complete his objective in the most direct way possible.
Interview question #3: For your hero and heroine, was it love at first sight or lust at first sight?
It was definitely lust, but grew over time.
Chaos has taken hold in the city of Atlanta, Lucious Morningside AKA Lucifer, is giving children and teens of his bloodline powers they cannot control. The GBI Paranormal Crimes Unit cannot contain the situation, and other government agencies are stepping in. However, Lucious is just getting started. With his bloodline in Atlanta, he will stop at nothing to create his power base on earth and claim Kenya for himself. Will GBI Agents Kenya and Darrin be able to stop him and save the kids in time for Christmas or will Lucious win this round?
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Suddenly, everything went still, the angry neighbors, police, paramedics, even the three injured boys on the ground. However, Danae could move and she turned to see her son, Justin, standing on the porch just outside the front door. A tear slid down his cheek and he quickly wiped it away.
“I don’t want you to go to jail, mama,” he said.
Danae walked over to him and hugged him. “I’m not. Auntie Kenya will help, you’ll see. Let them go now, baby.”
Justin swallowed hard as his brother came outside. “I can reverse it, Mama,” Jace said.
“No baby, too much time has passed and you are just learning how to use your power. It’s gonna be okay. Trust me.”
“Ok, Mama,” Jace said as he took her right hand in his. “Let them go, Justin, it’s okay.”
Justin took a deep breath and released it slowly. Everyone moved again as if nothing had happened.
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