Chain of Illusions
by Boone BruxGenre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 400 pages
Release Date: November 2013
Rell has lived in the Shadow World for thirteen years as a Demon Bane, the formerly vivacious young woman now the demonic enemy of the immortal Bringers. But when she is given the chance to become human again—and a full-powered Bringer—Rell isn’t sure if it’s better to be a demon in the Shadow World or to risk her life for her humanity.
For two years, Siban had been tortured in the Bane prison, only to fall in love with the beautiful demon who helped him escape. Tormented by the thought of never seeing her again, he maintains a life of solitude. So, when Rell’s human body is rescued from the Shadow World, he will do anything to be with her—even if it means challenging death to become a Bringer, too.
But once their Bringer transformations and training are completed, Siban and Rell must join a mission to go deep in the Shadow World to rescue others trapped by the Demon Bane King. And what they discover destroys everything they knew about the Demon Bane. The lovers must learn to trust themselves, each other, and their new powers if they’re going to make it out alive.
About the Author:
I would like to welcome Boone Brux and thank her for taking the time for an interview.
What is your favorite part of the story, Chain of Illusions?
In Chain of Illusions it’s the first sex scene. (Blushes) I like it because it was one of the easiest scenes to write and I really wanted Siban and Rell to get their groove on.
How long did it take you to write Chain of Illusions?
I wrote Chain of Illusions in two months. It’s the fastest I’ve ever written a book and twice as long as most others I’ve written. It nearly killed me. I think I lay on the couch for two days afterwards.
If you were stranded on a desert island which of your characters do you want by your side?
Icarus. He’s the son of the Demon King. He’s sexy and deadly. He could hunt for us or fly us off the island—if he didn’t suck my soul out first.
What is your favorite book that you wrote?
To Catch Her Death. It’s a humorous paranormal about a woman who accidentally becomes a grim reaper. She’s thirty-five, a little fluffy, a widow, and a mother of three—so not your typical sexy reaper. There’s no romance in the story—yet. I love writing humor. Eventually it’s what I want to focus on.
Who or what inspired you to be a writer?
I had toddler twins and really, really, really, needed a creative outlet. I used to be a crazy crafter, and sold my stuff, but I decided I wanted to do something that actually had the potential of becoming a career. We were living in bush Alaska and I also wanted a job I could do anywhere. Writing was the perfect answer.
What do you prefer paperback, hardcover, or ebooks?
I’m gravitating toward eBooks. Not because I love reading digital more than a physical book, but because eBooks take up a lot less space and I like instant gratification. Still, I love used book stores or the book section in the thrift stores. I can’t not buy physical books. I think I’ve passed that onto my kids. They like physical books even though lying in bed reading on their iPads in the dark is easier.
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Thank you, thank you, thank you! You are the main reason I continue to write in this crazy business. There is nothing like a satisfied reader. Your emails, comments and reviews make my day. So again, thank you.
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