Today we are celebrating with Kathi Barton and her new release Son of Our Blood.
Brandi Daniel, Andi to her friends, has been on the run for years. Never staying in any one place long, she has managed to stay just one step ahead of her step-father—a cruel man with a nasty temper. Andi has a talent of her own. She can move things with her mind and her step-father thinks he can sell her to a science lab for a quick buck.
Andi is caught squatting on Bradley Wolf’s land and is given an ultimatum. She can work off the debt or spend a few days in jail. She figures she’ll make a quick buck and leave before her step-father finds her. She has learned to rely only on herself and isn’t bargaining for a gorgeous overbearing vampire, Mac, stepping in and dictating her every move. A man who can and will fulfill her every fantasy and desire…
Mac’s dreams of Zachariah have gotten worse and he knows that Andi is foretold to be one of his victims, but the danged woman won’t stay put. The entire Kiss is banding together to keep Andi safe and it pisses her off in the process. Will an entire Kiss of vampires and an entire pack of werewolves be enough to protect one stubborn human? Has Mac found a new purpose in life? Will either of them live long enough to find out?
Interview with Kathi Barton
1. What is your favorite genre to read? Do you even have time to read with all the
time you spend creating entertainment for the rest of us? I don’t really read all that
much anymore. And when I do, it’s usually a short story or something I find on
the internet. I wish I had more time but I’m having so much fun as an author that
I can’t seem to pull myself away from the computer long enough to do it. I’ve
nearly given up tv for writing.
2. Do you have a favorite author? That would be like asking me to pick out a
favorite snowflake. Oh my there are so many out there now that I can’t pick.
When I can read a book I have no favorite gene so to name any would leave out a
great many. I’ll just stick to everyone. How’s that?
3. How long have you been writing romance novels? Just a little under four years.
I know right? I have a very good muse and he keeps me busy thus having so
many books out. I have a different writing skill than most. I write more than one
book at a time and many different genre’s.
4. What inspires your creativity? My muse. Sometimes it’ll be something so simple
as a word. Sometimes it will be from something I see someone doing. It could be
a flower or a tattoo as well. Anything and everything brings a little bit of my story
writing to life. And I’m glad for it too.
5. What has been your biggest challenge as a writer? Not really as a writer but being
a writer. I still have a problem with my fans. Not with them but that I have so
many. There are still times when I am surprised when someone recognizes my
name or simply sees me with one of my books. Yes, I carry them around at times
to give away. lol. But to see people reading them…still takes my breath away.
6. If you could be an extra character in any one of your books, which book would it be
and what would your role be in that book? Not the character but to be able to be
with one of them. Duncan. I just love that guy. He cracks me up with the way
he messes up some of his words but his devotion to Aaron and especially Sara
blows me away. I think I’d like to spend a life time with him.