This last 4 weeks, HarlequinTEEN send their amazing authors on a Halloween Tour! The Tour was amazing and all author wrote the best, coolest and scariest Guest Posts!
Today, will be the last day of this tour and I’m excited to host Michelle Rowen with Wicked Kiss! I loved Wicked Kiss soo much and especially the brothers Bishop and Kraven. And I’m thrilled to have the boys on the blog today where you can see for yourself why I love them so much!
Bishop and Kraven’s Survival Tactics
As related to Michelle Rowen
BISHOP: So let’s forget about discussing romance and Samantha, since that never goes very well. Let’s talk about survival tactics here in the city of Trinity, which, as of this moment is still besieged by what we call “grays,” humans who’ve had their souls stolen and who hunger to consume other souls through a very Dark Kiss.
KRAVEN: Wait. Did you just use the word besieged and also incorporate the title of book one of our duology into one sentence? I’m not sure if I’m impressed or want to roll my eyes.
BISHOP: That wasn’t an answer.
KRAVEN: I’m going to go with ‘roll my eyes.’ Okay…survival tactics here in this lame-ass city. What do you want to know? How can I help you survive, little brother?
BISHOP: Don’t patronize me. I’m the leader of this mission, so I’m not asking for guidance. I’m just asking for tips and tricks to help the reading audience survive if they’re in a similar situation.
KRAVEN: Tip number one: Do not come to Trinity if you’re in possession of a tasty soul and have a tendency to kiss random people. Tip number two: See tip number one.
BISHOP: Can’t you ever answer any question seriously?
KRAVEN: I’m being serious, angel-boy. As serious as a heart attack. Grays are dangerous when they unleash their Wicked Kiss—see what I did there?—and need to be avoided. However, this is advice you don’t exactly take very well yourself, do you? Are you the exception to the rule? You get to make out with gray-girl all the time.
BISHOP: Her name’s Samantha and we don’t make out all the time.
KRAVEN: She’s the real danger in this city, if you ask me. The way she looks at you makes me think you’re the latest meal deal in the high school cafeteria.
BISHOP: She’s not a danger. She’s a help.
KRAVEN: If “help” translates to “annoying” and “a big problem for crazy angels,” then you’re absolutely right. She is.
BISHOP: Just because Samantha doesn’t look twice at you doesn’t mean you need to be jealous of what we have.
KRAVEN: Oh, gee. Break my heart. She couldn’t handle me anyway. And, for your information, she has looked twice. There was drool involved since it’s obvious that she wants me bad. But if you want to live in your “this isn’t a love triangle” delusional universe, feel free. It’s a lot safer there.
BISHOP: This conversation is over. When you feel threatened or cornered, you get more sarcastic. It’s kind of sad.
KRAVEN: You’re kind of sad!
BISHOP: Nice comeback, demon. Bottom line, survival tactics in a city full of hungry grays come down to this: be careful and don’t kiss just anyone if you don’t want to lose your soul…or your life.
KRAVEN: Luckily demons don’t have souls.
BISHOP: Tell me something I don’t know.
KRAVEN: Angels are stupid.
LOVE love love this post!!! Those two boys are fantastic and amazing and I just can urge you to meet them!
MY KISS CAN KILL.
I used to be ordinary Samantha Day, but that’s changed. Now, after one dark kiss from a dangerous boy, I can steal someone’s soul…or their life. If I give in to the constant hunger inside me, I hurt anyone I kiss. If I don’t…I hurt myself.
Bishop is the one whose kiss I crave most, but if I kiss him, I’ll kill him. Then there’s another boy, one I can’t hurt. One whose kiss seems to miraculously quell my hunger. They’re both part of a team of angels and demons that’s joined forces in my city to fight a mysterious rising darkness, an evil that threatens everyone I know and love. I just wonder if I’ll be able to help Bishop-or if I’m just another part of the darkness he’s sworn to destroy….
When angels and demons must work together, something beyond evil is rising…
Quote from my Review
Wicked Kiss by Michelle Rowen brings the two-story series to a beautifully crafted ending that was not short on action and sizzling romance. One couldn’t have wished for a better ending and not one page was boring or dragged out too long. Clearly, this second book is even stronger than the first one “Dark Kiss”. Fans of the paranormal, who love a good romance will definitely need to pick up this series!
About Michelle Rowen
Including Dark Kiss and Wicked Kiss, Michelle Rowen has written over two dozen books for adults and young adults in paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and paranormal mystery, and has been the recipient of a Holt Medallion and a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award. She also writes as NYT bestselling author Morgan Rhodes. Learn more about Michelle and her books at www.michellerowen.com and follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/michellerowen.
visit the other Tour Stops for more exciting content and more chances to WIN!
- Monday, September 30th – Cara Lynn Shultz and Spellbound -The Irish Banana
- Wednesday, October 2nd – Cara Lynn Shultz and Spellcaster –Alice Marvels
- Friday, October 4th – Gena Showalter and Alice in Zombieland & Through The Zombieglass – The Page Turners
- Monday, October 7th – Dawn Metcalf – Indelible – Refracted Lights
- Wednesday, October 9th – Rachel Vincent and The Soul Screamers Series - Such A Novel Idea
- Friday, October 11th – Victoria Lamb and Witchstruck – Book Swoon
- Monday, October 14th – Melissa Darnell and Crave & Covet – The Book Swarm
- Wednesday, October 16th – Melissa Darnell and Consume – A Bookish Escape
- Friday, October 18th – Julie Kagawa and The Immortal Rules –Tyngas Review
- Monday, October 21st – Julie Kagawa and The Eternity Cure –Bittersweet Enchantment
- Wednesday, October 23rd -Michelle Rowen and Dark Kiss –Books & Things
- Friday, October 25th -Michelle Rowen and Wicked Kiss –Bewitched Bookworms
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