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Killing isn’t exactly on Rosalie Lockwood’s list of things to do when she runs away from home. But despite her search for peace; guns and motorcycles become her latest fashion accessories as Divine interference leads her to Steele, co-leader of the Fallen Paladins motorcycle club.
Leathered and tattooed, Steele’s presence scares off most people he comes in contact with—but not Rosalie. She’s immediately drawn into the dangers of his biker world—and into his heart.
But Steele guards a secret that if Rosalie knew, could shatter their new love—along with destroy the human race. And the truth comes at a price.
Will Rosalie risks her soul to prove her loyalty to Steele?
The Dark and Light Realms collide as Rosalie chooses between life, death, and the ever-after to become that which she is fated to destroy.
Targeted Age Group: New Adult
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
-Hmm, writing paranormal opens up a wider range of topics than say – contemporary.
You can have all the plots of a contemporary in a paranormal novel, as well as horror,
and fantasy. Paranormal interests me to no end. But I do have other genre plots brewing
in my head.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
-Don’t take rejection to heart. My books have been rejected many times, and it is
disheartening, for sure. But I’ve learned that a lot of those rejects are because some
publishers have certain slots they want to fill, and your paranormal may not fit their
contemporary slot at that time, no matter how wonderful it is. Of course, most of them
never tell you why they are passing your story up. But a lot of times this is why, so keep
trying. And don’t forget to give smaller publishers a try at your book.
Lisa Collicutt is a native of Nova Scotia, who takes daily ocean views for granted. She left her urban life far too early and finished growing up in rural NS, where she met her husband and had their son. But a big chunk of her soul remains in the city.
Besides riding on the back of her husband’s Harley (because she doesn’t yet have her own bike license), Lisa’s passion is writing. Her imagination is like an unleashed pet. It requires her attention every waking hour, whether she’s at her day job, in a store line-up, or driving from point A to point B. Her pet plays on the fringes of her mind, attempting to capture her attention with story after story.
Lisa can’t imagine writing without an element of magic. But besides that, she likes to transport the reader back to their first love. There’s nothing like a captured glance, or the brush of an arm, or that first time when her lips touch his, to send shimmers of tingles over your body and release those caged butterflies.
Enter Lisa’s imagination where light ends and fantasy begins. But heed these warnings: It’s dark . . . It’s magical . . . You may experience tingles.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
-My husband had an idea that I should write a book about a female motorcycle club,
while I wanted to write about angels and demons, so I put the two together – sort of. I
made up my own non-traditional outlaw motorcycle club, consisting of men and women
as equals, ripped away some of their souls, and gave them wings as well as weapons.