I’m a voracious reader of paranormal romance as well as an author, and I loaded Motor City Fae, my Carina Press launch title with lots of the things I love. Humor, fantasy, mystery, action, a strong heroine and a gorgeous hero who wants to protect her anyway. A few steamy scenes, and a few that are downright tender. Elves, werewolves, witches, and wizards—all coexisting in modern Detroit. Oh—and don’t forget characters strong enough to have books of their own in the future. Book 2 of my Urban Arcana series, Motor City Witch, will be out October 4 from Carina, and Book 3 is in the works. I’m having a ball with this world, and I hope readers will enjoy it too.
Also, as part of my blog tour promoting Motor City Fae, I’m running a contest. All you have to do is pop over to my website, go to the “contact Cindy” page, and tell me which blog you saw me on and answer the question of the day. At the end of June, I’ll be giving away a $20.00 gift card to your choice of Borders, Barnes & Noble, or Amazon. You can enter once for each blog stop.
Today’s question is: Name book 2 in the Urban Arcana series.
Now, here’s a little taste about Motor City Fae, (it’s Safe For Work!) and some info about where you can find it and me on the web.
Motor City Fae
Book I of Urban Arcana
By Cindy Spencer Pape
Available at www.carinapress.com
Detroit artist Meagan Kelly has had a strong sixth sense all her life, but that doesn’t mean the gorgeous stranger’s crazy story—that she’s a half-elf, half human heiress—is true. But Meagan can’t deny the evidence of her own eyes—he’s Fae. A tall, blond, handsome, pointy-eared elf—and a man she just can’t get enough of.
Ric Thornhill’s assignment just got a lot more complicated. The more time he spends with Meagan, the harder it is to see her as a political tool to prevent an all-out war between humans and Fae.
Now Meagan’s in a race to master her newly released powers in time to prevent the conflict, convince a jealous Queen not to strip Ric of his powers, and find out if she can build a life that straddles two worlds.
Leah here: Don’t leave your answer to Cindy’s contest on the comments here–it won’t count, and will get deleted. Go to her website and click on the “Contact Cindy” link.