Meet the Characters with Lia Davis

 

Lia Davis coverHello and welcome to my blog for another round of Meet the Characters!  Today I am featuring a guest blogger who has graciously agreed to let me do a character interview, which is my favorite kind of interview. Join me in welcoming author, Lia Davis, and her characters from War’s Passion, Sons of War, Book 1. It’s a fantastic paranormal romance with wonderful characters so without further ado here is the interview with Markus and Gwen.

How did you first meet your writer?

Markus: It was a little over a year ago. I believe it was Ares who first approached Lia, but once my father placed the bug in her mind the idea grew.

Gwen: After the guys made their presences known, the rest of us stepped forward. But Lia had to put the series aside due to time restraints caused by her day job.

Markus: We waited for her though.

Gwen: Some more impatient than others.

What is your greatest fear?

Markus: Nothing until Gwen entered my life. Now I fear losing her.

Gwen: Use to be dragons. Markus help cure that.

*Markus wrapped an arm around her shoulders and drew her into him.*

Now I fear for other descendants who may go through what I went through, or similar situations.

What do you wear when you go to sleep?

Markus: *his lips twitch* Nothing

Gwen: *blushing* Nothing, only because he shreds any clothes I attempt to wear to bed.

What embarrasses you?

Gwen: Most things dealing with sensuality.

Markus: Nothing.

What is something no one knows about you?  Why do you keep it a secret?  And what would happen if everyone found out about it?

Gwen: My ability of persuasion and my heritage. The humans are fearful of magical people, besides if I told them I was a goddess, they’d lock me up in a padded room.

Markus: That I’m a dragon. I’d like to think the days of dragon slaying is over, but I really don’t want to be the one to test that theory.

What do you like most about where you live?

Gwen: The coast of Maine has the most beautiful beaches and cliffs.

Markus: My brothers and I are secluded from humans.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a rainy Sunday?

Markus: Staying in bed with Gwen.

Gwen: *laughs and nods*

What is your vivid memory of your mother and father?

Markus: I don’t have a mother, but my vivid memory of my father was five minutes ago. Ares materialized to the mansion looking for Aphrodite.

Gwen: *her eyes watered* the night they died. I hold onto that as a reminder that Garrick most be stopped.

What turns you on?

Markus: Everything about Gwen.

Gwen: Markus’s strength and the glow in his eyes when he looks at me.

Are you a morning person or a night owl?

Gwen: Morning person.

Markus: Night owl? I prefer night dragon.

Excerpt:

Ty, get your ass down here. There are two of them. Nyx, goddess of night, just walked through the door. Seth sent the telepathic comment to his brother as he and the females walked back into the living room.

Unbelievable. Generally, descendants didn’t group together unless they knew their relations. However, by the low dose of magic Seth could sense, he guessed the women’s powers had been bound. Yet, they still carried enough of their godly energy that he could tell to which goddess they had been born.

“So, have you looked around? What do you think?” Elle’s voice brought his thoughts back to the subject at hand.

“The place isn’t too bad. It is definitely restorable. You said last night that you don’t want to change anything structural, right?” Seth sensed his brother before Ty came to stand next to him.

“That’s right. Gwen and I decided to keep the same layout and add some modern touches.” Elle shifted her gaze to Ty. The silver in her pale green eyes shimmered and she pursed her lips before turning to Gwen. “I got the bathroom cleaner you asked for, along with shampoo and soap.”

Gwen smiled as if thankful for the distraction. “Oh good. If you will excuse me?”

As soon as Gwen was out of earshot, Elle leaned in and spoke through her teeth. “Dragons.”

Inching closer to her, Ty growled, “How long have you had your sight?”

Straightening, Elle folded her arms and stared at them as if debating her next move. “As long as I can remember.”

Seth chuckled. “We know what happened to Gwen’s parents, or at least we have our theories.”

Glancing once in the direction her sister had gone, Elle put the oversized hat back on and pulled down her sleeves to cover her hands. “Come on, I show you the outside.”

Seth glanced at Ty, who shrugged, and they followed her to the side yard overlooking the ocean. Elle spoke without turning to face them. “We know that we are descendants of the gods. Gwen is the granddaughter of Aphrodite and I’m, like, the great-granddaughter of Nyx. Gwen stopped believing after her parent were killed.”

“Why?” Seth frowned.

She dropped her shoulders. “Gwen said she didn’t want to believe in any goddess who would let her own son die.”

Witnessing her parents’ murder had undoubtedly left its mark on Gwen, but even gods were bound by rules. “The gods are forbidden to have any type of connection with their earth-bound offspring. Aphrodite didn’t have a choice. You both have to understand that.”

Elle tugged the hat down further on her face and he wondered if the small amount of sunlight peeking through the clouds bothered her. Being a descendant of night had some disadvantages, like being allergic to the sun’s rays. “I know that. I tried to tell her the gods can’t interfere with human will. Although her parents being slaughtered by a dragon isn’t really human will, is it?”

No, it wasn’t and that pissed him off. Still, Aphrodite couldn’t make direct contact. Of course, if she interfered indirectly—such as saving the life of her granddaughter, they still wouldn’t have been aware of the goddess’s actions.

“Did she really see who did it?” Ty asked before Seth could get the words out.

Elle nodded. “She said it was a black and silver dragon.”

“Fuck,” Seth breathed. “Why would he kill them?”

Elle whirled on them, her green eyes darker now with silver ringing the pupil. “You know who did it?”

Seth ignored her question, his attention on Ty. “And why would he not take Gwen?”

A knowing grin spread on his face. “He couldn’t see her.”

Elle waved a hand between them. “Hello? Who didn’t see who?”

Ty gazed down at Elle. “Be at the estate at seven tonight and bring Gwen.” Stepping back several feet, he shifted into his red and gold dragon and took flight.

Seth sighed. “He’s such a show off. Please don’t be late.” He ran toward the edge, jumped, and shifted in midair. The women didn’t need contractors—they needed protection.

Blurb:

After losing her parents in a brutal attack from a monster straight out of her nightmares, Gwendolyn Preston tries to pick up the shattered pieces of her life. Along with her best friend, she moves to a small fishing village on the coast of Maine to find a new life away from the nightmares that haunt her. Just when she believes her life could go back to normal, the deliciously dark and handsome Markus Sullivan disrupts her hopes to grieve in peace.

Markus drew the short straw when it came to being the liaison between his father, Ares—God of War—and his brothers. When he discovers that the earth bound demi-gods, known as the descendants, have banded together to start another rebellion against the gods, it becomes his number one priority to stop them.

That is until he meets Gwen, the granddaughter of Aphrodite, and the next target of the descendants. Together, their path is rife with passion and danger. It might take more than the son of War to win this battle…Gwen herself.

Buy the Book:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1eARnEH

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Kobo: http://bit.ly/1pJ6qAm

Meet Lia:LiaDavis2

Lia Davis is a mother to two young adults and two very special kitties, a wife to her soul mate, a paranormal romance author, and co-owner to Fated Desires Publishing, LLC. She and her family live in Northeast Florida battling hurricanes and very humid summers. But it’s her home and she loves it!

An accounting major, Lia has always been a dreamer with a very activity imagination. The wheels in her head never stop. She ventured into the world of writing and publishing in 2008 and loves it more than she imagined. Writing is stress reliever that allows her to go off in her corner of the house and enter into another world that she created, leaving real life where it belongs.

Her favorite things are spending time with family, traveling, reading, writing, chocolate, coffee, nature and hanging out with her kitties.

Find Lia:

Author website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads | G+

GIVEAWAY!

Lia is giving away an executive swag pack (includes a hand sanitizer spray pump, a glass nail file, a War’s Passion spiral notebook, and a WP necklace hand made by Stone Soup Designs), a free eBook from her backlist (excluding War’s Passion), and a Lia Davis tote bag.

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Thank you for joining us today! I hope you enjoyed this round of Meet the Characters and will join us again next week!

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Meet the Characters with Lia Davis

  1. Dragons are hot because they are sexy, strong, alpha, they can fly, besides have you read Markus’ book yet? What’s not to love? Thanks for sharing the great interview and the giveaway. evamillien at gmail dot com

  2. Thanks for the great excerpt and interview! I love getting to know the characters before reading a book and the excerpt even helped give us a better idea of what the book will be about.

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