Archangel Lucifer lives a comfortable life of self-imposed exile with his vampire lover, Kai. When the other Archangels come to him with a problem — Heaven is gone and their Father is missing — he refuses to get involved because not only is it not his problem, but it’s probably some elaborate ruse they’ve cooked up to lure him back into the fold. When he’s personally attacked, he finds that he’s wrong on both counts. There are other powerful gods at work, gods who believe the current creation is flawed and must be destroyed.
Kai is thrown off balance when Lucifer disappears, and his life begins to spiral out of control. In the past, he never cared that he was looked down upon and called Lucifer’s pet. But with Lucifer absent, he’s left to navigate a world that doesn’t respect him. Since the only true currency is respect, he must gain it the only way his enemies will understand, through blood.
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- When did you know that you wanted to be an author?
A few years ago I took a chance and entered that year’s National Novel Writing Month competition and finished! That experience was the most exhilarating thing I had ever done and I was hooked. I never thought I could write, much less write a novel, and I surprised myself. From then on I knew I wanted to continue, I knew I wanted to be an author.
- What inspired you to write this book?
The characters and the story. I wrote this book because I was fascinated with the story – I wanted to watch it unfold. The story inspired me and I needed to follow it though out of sheer curiosity.
- If you could sell this book in one sentence what would it be?
Lucifer has never been to Hell because it doesn’t exist.
- What are you up to next?
The next book in the series is in revisions, and hopefully will be out later this year.
- Who is your biggest inspiration?
People who still live fulfilling lives long into their80s and beyond. Seeing them out and about with healthy bodies and sharp minds inspires me to take care of myself and look forward to following in their footsteps. The idea that I can be creative well into my 90’s is exciting!
About the Author
They say it’s never too late to find and pursue your passion.
Turns out they’re right.
Although Susan loved to read, she didn’t start writing until she was in her late 40’s.
A stint in grad school helped her hone her craft, and now she happily spends her days making up stories and figuring out how best to emotionally (and sometimes physically) torture her characters.
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