Soul Shifters, Book 1 of 5
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Red Lily Publishing
Date of Publication: June 14, 2015
Number of pages: 201
Word Count: 45000
Cover Artist: Sennah Tate
It can never, never happen. Not with him.
Good girl schoolteacher Gemma has always played it safe, colored inside the lines. Her only indulgence is a recurrent fantasy about Carson, her town’s ultimate bad boy. Carson is fifty shades of wrong for Gemma, but damn if the risk-taking ex-con doesn’t inspire dark, waking-at-night-clenching-the-sheets thoughts in Gemma’s orderly little mind...
Don’t touch. Don’t look. Don’t even think about him. No matter how good he might be in your dreams, he’s bad.
All Gemma’s promises fly out the window when her best friend goes missing. Carson is the only one who can help Gemma uncover the truth, and if some sparks fly along the way… so what? It doesn’t mean anything.
As tensions rise, Carson and Gemma are both stripped down, revealing steamy paranormal secrets and an unbridled hunger that simply refuses to be tamed.
Available Free on Amazon September 14- 18
Sennah Tate is an up and coming Florida author in the world of romance. She likes writing about fiery heroines unashamed of their curves and the sizzling hot shifters that can't get enough of them.
When she's not writing and drawing dinosaurs, she enjoys the outdoors, her friendly retriever mix, and Disney World. Her exuberant personality brings cheer to dark days and she firmly believes that redheads will inherit the earth.
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Please welcome Gemma from Sennah Tate's Awakened to Diane’s Book Blog.
What is your full name?
How old are you?
Where were you born? Where have you lived since then? Where do you currently call home?
I spent most of my life in the Tampa Bay area. Never in one place for too long. I got shuffled around between relatives throughout my childhood. Now that I’m unemployed, I guess it’s finally time to leave the city behind. A slower pace would be nice, maybe something in the country.
Who are the people you are closest to?
My students! I don’t know what I would do without the kids. Parents and administration don’t make the job easy, but it’s all worth it to be a part of these kids’ development.
What is your biggest fear?
Never finding a place to call home. I’ve spent too long transient, living out of backpacks and boxes. I hope one day I’ll find the place I want to stay forever.
What is your greatest regret?
Not allowing myself to have a life outside of work. I’ve been in Tampa since college and a decade later, I still don’t have any meaningful relationships I’ll miss if I move. I think it’s high time I make some friends and have some fun!
What is your motto?
Hope for the best and prepare for the worst! Optimism is no excuse to eschew reality, but you can’t let fear of the unknown keep you from being positive.