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Friday, September 5, 2014

Trouble with Elves Series by Decadent Kane: Interview & Giveaway

Elven Obsession
Trouble with Elves Series
Decadent Kane

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Breathless Press
Date of Publication: August 29, 2014

Cover Artist: Fiona Jayde

Book Description:

Something elven this way comes...

5 books from the Trouble with Elves series by Decadent Kane

Book 1~ Ribbon of Darkness

An old family secret draws Ribbon into an Elven world while Draven is forced to find a way to drag her back home to save Christmas magic.

Book 2~ Tempting Clover

Breaking a goblin's curse is more difficult than Clover thought. Especially when love and nightshade are crucial ingredients.

Book 3~ Steele Your Soul

Stolen souls, an evil drow elf, a dark eyed beauty named Pepper, and a king who doesn't take kindly to the loss of his goods...Captain Joren Steele has his hands full.

Book 4~ A Hint of Cayenne

Two bounty hunting elves must put aside their attraction to each other when a malevolent fairy comes up for grabs. Cayenne and Hawthorne both need the twenty gold reward, but only one can walk away with it.

Book 5~ A Whisper of Rue
When a package magically shows up in Rue's home, she'll have two choices. Either do as Gage demands, or standby as an elf is tortured.

Join the elf side...

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Excerpt from all 5 books:


Ribbon of Darkness:
Draven turned her around in his arms. “I’d suggest you watch
yourself if you wish to keep your clothes while we walk the next
few miles to the Pole. I have absolutely no qualms about taking
you right here, snow and all.” Draven leaned in close to her face.
His lips hovered over hers, causing Ribbon to bite her lip just so
she didn’t close the small distance between them. “Trust me, Donella,
when I tell you the cold will be the last thing on your pretty
little mind.” His eyes slid half-closed.

Tempting Clover:
"You're already wet. I could claim you. Didn't you say you wanted to have an orgasm, that it was torture?" Malik's words came out low and sinister. Clover suddenly regretted ever wanting an orgasm, or at least telling him so.
She held her breath. Oh God. He's going to take me. Clover fought harder and he let her break away. His laughter filled the air between them. Her chest heaved with fear, her breath coming in hard gasps.
"However, it wouldn't satisfy me little morsel. You could never please me properly." He walked past her laughing as he went to his lab to make more human potions.


Steele Your Soul:
He coaxed her lips apart for the briefest of moments before her hand came up and landed a stinging blow to his cheek. Amused, Joren laughed, a full belly laugh. The kind of thing he hadn't done in ages. The lass was a feisty one; he'd give her credit. And oh so pretty when angered. Her cheeks had flushed a dark shade of pink, and her brown eyes darted all over the ship, anywhere but on his. He rubbed his cheek. She had a solid swing. He licked his lips to savor the sweet taste of her mouth.
"How dare you!"
"How dare I? Oh, elfess, I dare all the damn time. I'm a pirate." He wanted to scoop her up and haul her off to his bed. But he wasn't the kind of elf who took advantage in such a way—no, she'd come to him instead. He might even play hard to get. But she would come.

A Hint of Cayenne:
Hawthorn stood before her. Dark hooded eyes, broad shoulders filling up the space, and every bit the male she had seen a few hours ago. A jar of honey in his hand.
"What are you...how could––"
"I find you?" His voice rolled out calm and deep, slipping over her and moistening her panties.
"Yes. Find me." She swallowed. She looked at the jar of honey and back to him. His gaze bore into hers, and she averted her eyes opening the door. "Come in."
He walked over the threshold, his boots thumping softly on the floor. "I have a knack for finding the things I'm after." He grinned.
Cocky bastard. She shut the door and crossed her arms. "And what are you doing here?" Inside, butterflies tossed in her stomach. She wanted him to say he'd come for her but, at the same time, was terrified at the thought of hearing him say it. Her mind jumped from one side to the other. Her hands fisted shirt where he couldn't see.
"I told you I'd find you." He took one long stride toward her. "We left things a little..." He took another step, and she backed up until she hit the wall. "Steamy." His voice dropped so low she barely heard the last word. Her heart hammered at her ribcage.
"What...ah." She cleared her throat. "What do you want?"
Thorn put his free hand on the wall beside her, and she melted into him. How had he gotten so elfing good at teasing her? "I want you of course," he said, his lips barely above hers.

A Whisper of Rue:
"Rue, you can call me every name in your pretty little head but it won't change anything. Afraid you're stuck with me, and your decisions will affect everything. But you're stubborn and you won't see things my way instantly. You'll need proof. I understand. But don't say I didn't warn you," he stated.
Proof of what? He was playing games with her and she wasn't in the elfing mood. He had no right to come in her home. No right to make demands on her. No right to invade every inch of her privacy. She wanted the earpiece out. Why'd she have to get all curious and put the stupid thing in to begin with? Her mother always said her curiosity would lead her to trouble one day and Rue had the dreadful sense that today was that day. "I don't know why you chose me to do whatever it is you need. Probably something horrible. But quit fucking around and remove the spell."
"You want it removed?"
"Yes." She hissed the word. Her anger bubbled inside threatening to tear her apart, mainly because she couldn't see the man attempting to control her.
"Then come and find me."


About the Author:


An elfess in human form, Decadent enjoys dipping her fingers into the human realm where she took pen to paper and began the tales of the trouble with elves. Her obsessions include reading, Dean Winchester, and honey.

She will devour your soul with glimpses of the feral ridden drow elves, with their dark skin and soul consuming. She'll sneak morsels of naughty thoughts to you via goblins, and seduce you into stepping inside the elven realm where females disappear when lust takes over among other elfish troubles.

Beware the sprites.

Follow the wisps.

But never look a drow elf king in the eyes...

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Interview:

Please welcome Trouble with Elves Series author Decadent Kane to Diane's Book Blog.

If you were stranded on a desert island which of your characters do you want by your side?

I would choose Clover- I know my Joren fans are like 'how can that be?' specially since Joren can sail a ship, but Clover is resourceful, fun, clever, and I'm pretty sure we would find some very entertaining conversations.

If you could be best friends with one of your characters, who would it be?

A character to be my best friend, Rue from novella # 5 in the set. Because she is smart mouthed and strong in character. I feel like I connect with her on more than author character levels.

What is your typical day like?

My typical day, I have a 7am alarm, marketing in the morning as well as getting kidlets up and cuddling with all three of my dogs. Often I forget to eat breakfast or lunch while I work away at my computer because I'm also an editor under my real name with two separate companies. After dinner I watch a little TV with my kids or my guy and then I make jewelry, finally ending my evening with writing time.               
How do you overcome writer’s block?

Can you share a little of your current work with us?

I'm currently writing out a new novel, about demons instead of elves...oh now now...I love my elves and intend to write more, but my writerly heart holds all sorts of creatures all vying for the spotlight.

Here is an unedited snippet of my recent work:

"Do not run, Haven Rowe. Just as you can summon me directly with my name, I can find you at any time with yours. Don't try to slip away when there is no hope of it. I will be sorely disappointed if I have to drag you back to me."

The demon's words sunk into her, heavy on her heart. There would be no hope, no salvation. The second Heath was set free, she would be trapped. Before she allowed herself to get too worked up she encouraged the hardened enamel of anger to encase her emotions. Heath would be doing a whole lot to pay her back this time and if she ever saw him with any kind of magic again, she'd find a way to make him pay for it. She couldn't keep doing this to herself, or him.

Desiderus regained her attention when his warm hand touched her check. "I won't run, demon. But be assured this will not be easy on you...I will be sure of it."

"Of that, my little human, I have no doubts." His form wavered and in circle of smoke, Desiderus vanished.

What do you prefer paperback, hardcover, or ebooks? 

This is a hard question because I like all three for different reasons. I normally read paperbacks, they are easier to maneuver. But e-books I can fit more while traveling, or if I plan to read many short pieces all in one sitting. Hardbound- while I really like these as an idea, they hard to take to bed and read because they don't bend well. LOL and they don't have small capacity for traveling and such. But hardbound also looks mighty pretty on a shelf.



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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for taking the time to have me on your blog.

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