Today, I am excited to welcome author Liv Rancourt to Preternatura. Liv is here to talk about her latest release, Forever and Ever, Amen, which was published in January by Crimson Romance. And she’s going to talk about one of my favorite things, which is MUSIC. In fact, the title of the book is a big favorite of mine when I’m in country-music mood, and she has a great playlist with stories behind it (and you can listen to the playlist!). Read on, and you can also win a copy of Forever and Ever, Amen.
Liv writes paranormal and romance, often at the same time. She lives with her husband, two teenagers, two cats and one wayward puppy, and likes to create stories that have happy endings–a good way to balance her other job in the neonatal intensive care unit. You can learn more about Liv by visiting her website, on Facebook, or on Twitter.
ABOUT FOREVER AND EVER, AMEN: Molly, a forty-something single mom, tangles with the wrong guy and gets a hell of a hickey. That blotch is really a demon’s mark, and she’ll have to face the three things that scare her most to get rid of it. First, Molly loses her job and then she has a near-sex experience with her philandering, not-quite-ex-husband. Worst of all, she has to sit by a hospital bed, wondering if her son is ever going to wake up. The Powers That Be assign Cass to help her. He’s an angel who’s trying to earn a seat in the celestial choir by helping out a human in need. Vanquishing the demon would be his ticket up, but only if he plays by the rules. He’ll never earn his wings if he loses his heart to the lovely Molly. But she has even bigger things to worry about. She stands to lose her soul.
And now, let’s hear from Liv…
[Suz: I’ll ring him up, because much to DJ’s horror, he’s learned to use a telephone very well!]
I chose Only The Lonely because it was the working title of the book. Its mood captures where both Molly and Cass start out, though definitely not where they end up.
I hope you enjoy the set! Leave me a comment with your favorite ‘80s tune, because I’ll be giving away an e-copy of Forever and Ever, Amen to one commenter.
Thank you, Liv, for dropping by! Ooh, ’80s music…That one is hard, since it’s one of my favorite musical periods. I’m thinking the Clash (London Calling), or Dexy’s Midnight Runners (Come On, Eileen), or The Jam (The Bitterest Pill), or The Pogues (Bottle of Smoke)….oh, so many!
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And now, as Liv said, today is your lucky day to win a copy of a great book rather than something from my TBR stack. You can’t win unless you comment. Also enter the Rafflecopter contest above for one of Liv’s tour-wide prizes.