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About the author:
"T.M. Caruana has always been a free spirit at heart, and that shows in her stories, which is said by reviewers to involve fantastic world building with wonderful characters. Her page-turning paranormal romance and romantic fantasy quests have been called unique and highly recommended by readers. In her stories you will encounter dragon shifters, wolf shifters, witches as well as portals to other worlds, spell casting, magical artefacts and foreboding prophecies.
Your life is your dream,
-if you can dream it, you can live it -"
What inspired you to write your book?
As a Mentee of Rebecca Hamilton, she inspired me to write this story. I love writing about shifter romance and with Rebecca's input, I was inspired to write about Anthorxanne and her dilemma.
The dynamics between the characters develop from even in society around them, however the characters grow with the decisions they make. Anthorxanne is thrown into her responsibility after her father dies and have to take on the responsibility as roler from having been daddy's girl. Blake, who is the male main character has known his responsibilities since birth and already feels confident in his place in the world. But maybe they can both turned one anothers views right round!
Here is a short sample from the book:
It’s the moment just before death that I fear most. The healing energies are the hardest to craft, and weaving the yellow spell cord hurts like a fire burning from within you. But killing someone with a blue spell cord is much worse. Your blood becomes cold as ice as the cord makes impact with enemy skin.
Fae don’t even talk about the red cord.
Right now though, there was a need for a substantial yellow healing cord. The limp rabbit in my hand had been wounded by claws dug deep into its flesh. Four cuts ran down its neck and onto one of its front paws.
I sighed and looked up at my father. “Why would anyone do this without first blessing it in a Fae Temple?”
“It looks as if a big beast was hungry.”
That made me worry my biggest fear had come to fruition: that a wolf-shifter had strayed into fae territory.