GOOD BOY vs BAD BOY: Lila Dubois & JK Hogan

Name and which book you’re from. Are you good or bad?

Good or bad? Humans can be so black and white—but I’m good, and my name is Seling.

It’s Valentine’s Day. What kind of night do you have planned for your lady friend?

I’ve read the Valentine’s day articles in GQ and Mexium, but non of them seem right for Cali. She’s not really girly—well, she is, because she has a very hot girl body—but she doesn’t like the same things as other human women. I’m thinking of kidnapping her and taking her away to the captive caves like Runako did with Margo. Does that count as a “weekend getaway”?

If you could wield cupids bow and arrow, who would you shoot and why?

Weapons are for creatures that can’t breath fire, which I can. But if I could make people fall in love I would use that power on Cali to make her fall in love with me

While us ladies love to be wined, dined, and *clears throat* loved on Valentine’s… What is it you men want most on Valentine’s?

Dirty sex. Lots of dirty, dirty sex. 

Give me your sweetest/dirtiest twitter message (140 characters)

Cali date

What do you look for in a woman?

I don’t really know, because the only human woman I’ve been really, really attracted to is Cali. She’s smart, funny, and tough, so I guess that’s what I like.

Lightening Speed questions

Blondes, Redheads, or Brunettes?

Brunette

Boxers or Briefs?

Damn I knew I forgot something. It’s rather complicated, being human

Chocolate, Strawberry  or Vanilla?

Sea-salt caramel

Soft and Sweet or Up Against the Wall?

Against the wall. Preferably restrained in some way.

Rain or Snow?

Snow. I like to melt it.

Cabin or Beach Villa?

Beach. I’ve had some bad experiences with woods-dwelling humans.

Seling’s Valentine’s limerick…

A young man name Seling in Hollywood

Fell in love with a woman no one understood

But the man was no man

He was a monster whose clan

Was making a movie for the common good

The girl didn’t think she was ready

To commit and with a monster go steady

The boy, though a fable,

With sex was quite able

And got the girl to take off her teddy

When men most violent put her in danger

The boy proved he was scarier than an Army ranger

He breathed his fire

The results were most dire

And the girl feared he was a stranger

But when the fierce battle was done

And the dangerous fight was won

The girl loved the monster

And Love was the answer

So they went and got their groove on


The heat he brings isn’t movie magic. It’s real.

Cali knows exactly what will happen if her latest movie fails. It won’t just destroy her directing career and company, Calypso Productions. It might mean global war, and the extinction of an entire race of beings—the monsters.

The last thing she can afford is distraction in the form of a midnight-haired, caramel-skinned monster who can—literally—bring on the heat.

Seling enjoys humans, and not, as some have suggested, as a snack. As one of the stars of a movie that will allow his people to come out of hiding, he especially enjoys watching the movie’s intensely focused, human director.

After one particularly frustrating day on the set, Cali and Seling give in to a blistering night of pleasure. Seling wants more; Cali isn’t ready to risk her heart. But it all may become moot when someone leaks raw footage that could incite the very panic they’re trying to avoid.

And the only way to find the culprit is to unleash a monster so dangerous that it’s like bringing a nuclear bomb to a knife fight.

Author links

liladubois.wordpress.com

twitter: CrzybutCuteLila

Hey everyone! I’m J.K. Hogan, here to interview one of my characters so that you can learn more about him. When Drew walks in, he’s wearing a dirty Carhartt trade shirt and cargo pants. He’s also sporting a leather hat, à la Indiana Jones…all he needs is the whip. It’s not that far from the truth, though. Drew is an anthropologist (as well as a linguistics expert), a professor at Tulane University, and he just started consulting on an archaeological dig.

Drew’s an all-American Louisiana boy, with honey-blond curls, blue eyes, a square jaw, and dimples. Yum. And the body’s not bad either. Aaaanyway, on to the interview.

JK: Hi! Please state your name and which book you’re from.

Drew: Dr. Andrew Deveraux, but y’all can call me Drew. You’ll find me in Fire on the Island, helping out my best friend Jeremiah. I get to tell my own story come May, in Blood in the Valley.

JK: Nice. So, are you good or bad?

Drew: Whichever you want me to be, cher.

JK: [indistinguishable gagging noises]……

Drew: Okay, okay. Well, since I had to help Jeremiah and his girl Isla learn how to fight some BAMF 
spooky demons, I guess that makes me one of the good guys. This time… [wink, wink]

JK: Uh huh. It’s Valentine’s Day. What kind of night do you have planned for your lady friend?

Drew: [laughing] Knowing my girl, if I even mentioned the sappy, materialistic nightmare that is V-day, I’d probably never hear from her again, or my balls. Most likely we’d end up in a room above a biker bar—

JK: Keep it clean, Deveraux.

Drew: –Ahem…doing laundry. All night.

JK: Right. If you could wield Cupid’s bow and arrow, who would you shoot and why?

Drew: Definitely Isla’s friend Brynna. She’s wound tight, that one. If anyone could use a night of good, hard…er, laundry…it’s her.

JK: Whisper sweet nothings in my ear telling me what you will do to me on Valentine’s.

Drew: [looking around guiltily] All right, but just don’t tell my girl. [leans in] Je baiserai chaque pièce de votre peau jusqu’à ce quevous ne pouvez pas vous souvenir de votre nom. I’m sure you can find someone to translate that for you, cher.

JK: [fans self] Well, all right. While we ladies love to be wined, dined, and [clears throat] loved on Valentine’s… What is it you men want most on Valentine’s?



Drew: Whisky.

JK: [glares]

Drew: No? Okay. You can’t tell anyone this or they’ll take away my man card. I think all a man really wants on Valentine’s Day or any other, is just to be with someone who loves him—despite, or perhaps a little because of, his irrepressible man-ness. Oh, and lots and lots of hot, dirty…laundry.

JK: Give me your sweetest/dirtiest twitter message (140 characters)

Drew: @my_girl I’m on my way over. Be ready for me. Preferably wearing nothing but your motorcycle boots.

JK: What do you look for in a woman?

Drew: Confidence. I love a woman who can take care of herself, who can give as good as she gets. And hot… Gotta be hot.

JK: Well, at least you’re honest. I’m going to ask you a few fast questions now, so just say the first thing that comes to your mind.

Blondes, Redheads, or Brunettes?

Drew: Yes

Boxers or Briefs?

Drew: No

Chocolate, Strawberry  or Vanilla?

Drew: Chocolate, baby!

Soft and Sweet or Up Against the Wall?

Drew: What day is it?

Rain or Snow?

Drew: Snow. It’s always a novelty for a southerner.

Cabin or Beach Villa?

Drew: Definitely cabin. Where no one can hear us for miles. [grins cheekily]

Drew’s Valentine’s Limerick…

There once was a doctor named Drew

The skills he was lacking were few

He unraveled the code to make the demon explode, then the reign of evil was through!


Blurb for Fire on the Island:

“She who wields the mark is the barrier between man and monster. She is the daughter of gods, the mother of man, protector of all. Vigilati Usque Ad Mortem”
All Isla Macallen wanted was a simple existence on her little Scottish island, free from her mother’s insanity and the prying eyes of neighbors. What she got was embroiled in a war for the souls of mankind. A war of good versus evil, of witches versus demons, and Isla learns that she alone can end it.

Dr. Jeremiah Rousseau was a self-proclaimed nomad, traveling the world researching paranormal phenomena. He doesn’t expect his research to lead him to Scotland, and to the woman who will turn his world upside down.

Together with a facetious shapeshifting animal spirit guide, Jeremiah and Isla discover that she is part of an ancient bloodline bred to protect the gateways between the human world and the spirit world, to keep evil demons from destroying them. They must find the key to defeating Alastore, the demon king, and closing the gate before Samhain, when the veil between the worlds is lifted. As the war for their souls wages around them, Isla and Jeremiah will risk it all for love—a love neither had ever thought possible.

Blurb for Blood in the Valley:

The daughter of a Las Vegas hustler, Raven Sabatier grew up trusting nothing and no one—she doesn’t even trust herself to stay in one place for longer than a minute. When her quest to find out the secrets of her past leads her to the mountains of North Carolina, she’s set on a collision course with the one man she thought she’d never see again.
In Appalachia consulting on an archeological dig, Anthropologist Dr. Drew Deveraux comes face to face with the indomitable beauty who broke into his apartment a year ago, tilting his carefully cultivated world on its axis.

Engaged in a fight with their demons, both imagined and real, the last thing either of them expected to find was love. Together, they must unravel the mystery of Raven’s past and her connection with an ancient race of witches, in order to save their future—and all of the souls hanging in the balance.

Author link

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And my book, Fire on the Island (Vigilati, Book 1):
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Blood in the Valley (Vigilati, Book 2), Drew’s story, will be released on May 2nd, 2013. Until then, here’s the link to the Goodreads page: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16001899-blood-in-the-valley

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