Solace by Gini Rifkin

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Solace
by Gini Rifkin

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BLURB:

Solace Goodeve, one of Mother Nature’s favorite Fae Warriors, is assigned to Earth to help save the planet. Reptile invaders, disguising themselves as humans, are waging a takeover—and Mother is mad enough to eat asteroids. Solace is ready to prove herself as a warrior, but having a human for a partner is not in her battle plan—even if the man is rugged, ripped, and ready for action.

Army Ranger, Tanner Jackson, has seen his share of black op missions. The last one took a toll on both body and soul. Tanner isn’t looking for love, even though his new partner is six-foot-tall and drop dead gorgeous. However, after Solace shows him a new meaning to working undercover, he may have to reconsider that possibility.

As the Reps plan to sabotage NOAA, Tanner and Solace must learn to trust one another. But as they’re trying to save the world, Solace and Tanner might just lose their hearts—and that takes the most courage of all.

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Excerpt:

Angry voices filtered over to her. She couldn’t understand what they were saying, but it sounded like they were arguing amongst themselves. Snatching the bag from her head, she blinked and took stock of her surroundings. Two Reps looked ready to go for one another’s throats. The third sat in a nearby chair, holding his thigh, groaning in pain. Studying her surroundings in more detail, she discovered they’d brought her to an abandoned warehouse. An image of “Mr. White” flashed through her mind. What was it with these guys and warehouses? At least this one appeared cleaner, and other than a few small odds and ends, nearly empty—except for the huge steel cage they’d locked her in.

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Author Interview:

Thank you for inviting me to your blog today.

1. How long have you been writing?
Seems like forever, seriously. Can’t remember a time when I didn’t scribble poems or prose on paper.

2. How long have you been a published author?
My first book, The Dragon and The Rose, came out in 2009

3. What titles do you have available?
The Dragon and The Rose, Lady Gallant, Iron Heart, Special Delivery, A Cowboy’s Fate, Victorian
Dream, Solace.

4. What made you choose the subject of this book?
It all started with my fascination over a statue of a faerie dressed in armor carrying a spear as she rides a unicorn, a snow leopard at her feet. Then the fascination morphed into the what if concept of six foot tall gorgeous Fae Warriors assigned to help Mother Nature. The idea simmered a while, hit boiling point, and had to be written down.

5. Do you have any new titles coming soon?
Solace is my new release, a sexy sci/fi/fantasy, and Bliss, the second book in the trilogy, will hopefully be out next year.

6. What is your favorite genre and why?
I like adventurous romance, regardless of time period. Also like suspense and a good mystery.

7. What, to you, is the most exciting part of the writing process?
Being surprised as the story and characters takes you down avenues you didn’t see coming.

8. If you could co-author a book with anyone, who would you choose and why?
Because I love the TV show Bones, I’d have to say Kathy Reichs. But J.D. Robb is also a favorite. I’m rereading the entire “In Death” serious. What a monumental achievement. She is the master of amazing one-liners.

Thank you for being my guest today and answering these questions.

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AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Gini Rifkin writes adventurous romance, past, present, and into the future. Her current book Solace, number seven for The Wild Rose Press, is a sexy sci/fi/fantasy romance. When not reading or writing, she has the privilege of caring for a menagerie of abandoned animals including ducks, geese, rabbits, goats, donkeys, and cats. She was born and raised in Illinois, became a registered nurse by age 19, and when struck by wanderlust, moved to Colorado where she met her husband Gary. They shared the journey for 30 years, spending vacations doing Mountain Man reenacting. Although Gary has passed on, a little bit of him lives on in every hero she writes. Her writing keeps her hungry to keep learning new things, and she considers family and friends her most treasured of gifts.

http://ginirifkin.blogspot.com
http://www.ginirifkin.com
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001680213365

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Gini Rifkin will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour

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16 Responses to Solace by Gini Rifkin

  1. Mai Tran says:

    What advice would you give to aspiring writers?

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  2. Gini Rifkin says:

    Dear Mai Tran: Another good question. The best advice I received was…as soon as you finish one book start the next. For me writing is a continual learning process, and hopefully each book is better than the last in some subtle way. Learning by doing, being persistent, and believing in yourself, and realizing a large part of writing is re-writing.

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  3. Gini Rifkin says:

    Thank you Independent Authors for hosting today.

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  4. Betty W says:

    I really enjoyed your interview, thank you for sharing!

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  5. Rita Wray says:

    I liked the interview.

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  6. Lori Power says:

    Gini, love the cover … if I were judging a book by the cover, you have a winner there! All the best!
    Lori

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  7. momjane says:

    I really enjoyed your comments. I thought the blurb and excerpt were fascinating.

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  8. Gini Rifkin says:

    Dear MomJane:
    So glad you stopped by today. Hope you will give one of my stories a try.

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  9. Victoria says:

    Great interview! Thank you for sharing.

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  10. Glenda S. Hefty says:

    I do believe I would enjoy this book immensely if I had the chance to read it. It looks quite good. I’m a big JD Robb fan also. Thanks for the contest.

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  11. Amazing what a small image will inspire in a writer. You were open to the fairy on the unicorn ready to do battle.

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  12. DarleneLF says:

    Love the cover, Gini! Can’t wait to read this story 🙂

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  13. Ree Dee says:

    I loved the interview and the excerpt. Thank you.

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