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This is the fifth book in one of my favorite shifter series. I affectionately call it shifter crack because it is so stinkin' addictive. This book did not disappoint me. Elly is such an amazing heroine. She may be a squirrel (yes, a squirrel shifter), but she does not let anyone run her over and she sure does not let anything get in her way. I loved her spunk and her really warm heart. Deuce is the bad boy who really isn't. Thrown together in the worst circumstances did not stop them from searching out their HEA. - Delphina of Delphina Reads Too Much (http://delphinareadstoomuch.blogspot.com)
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About Celia Kyle
Celia Kyle is a paranormal erotic romance author and would like to rule the world and become a ninja. As a fallback, she’s working on her writing career and giving readers stories that touch their hearts and *ahem* other places.
Also by Celia Kyle:
Ridgeville in Release/Reading Order:
He Ain't Lion
Ball of Furry
Head Over Tail
Fierce in Fur
Knight Protectors in Reading Order:
Nibbled by the Vamp
Big Bad Vamp
An Interview with Celia Kyle
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio
HH: Celia, thank you for talking with us at TRS! Your featured book is Deuces Wild and is part of your Ridgeville series. What can you tell us about the series and where you got the idea for it?
CK: Thanks for having me! The Ridgeville series centers around a small town in North Carolina that's occupied by a lion pride and a nice little rabbit colony. (Because, of course there's bunny shifters!) I've always had a love of big cats, the way they are fierce yet can quietly stalk their prey, and I wanted to apply that single-mindedness to shifters finding their curvy mates.
HH: What can you tell us about the first books and how they kicked off the series?
CK: The first book wasn't meant to kick off a series, honestly. It was some sexy fun with furries and fluffy chicks. But once it was done, I realized how much I loved the characters I'd created and I couldn't let them go. It started as one and has just blossomed into this vast web of characters, couples, and various shifters.
HH: How does Deuces Wild continue it?
CK: Deuce's story is actually the fifth book in the series and revolves around yet another of Maya's (from book one) guards. Not only does Deuce get his happily ever after, but we get to revisit the characters from past books and see how they're doing. Find out who's pregnant, who's given birth, and who is still crazy as all get out.
HH: What do you like best about Elly and why will readers be cheering for her?
CK: Elly is a squirrel and, regardless of her small shifted size, she's tough as nails. She stands up to a beating (literally) and goes after what she wants. She's tenacious, like a squirrel with a nut, and refuses to give up when it comes to Deuce. That's what I like most about her. She takes a licking and keeps on shooting people to get to her mate.
HH: What do you like best about Deuce and why will readers love him?
CK: I think Deuce is a little like Elly in that he's just as determined to get what he wants. He suffers through a lot to bring Elly to his side and also deals with some past pain. When all is said and done, even if some decisions hurt him, he makes those hard choices.
HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?
CK: Coming up (around 4/3/13), I've got the first book in a new trilogy releasing: Alpha Marked-Scarlet. It centers around a set of fraternal triplets and the way they find love with their wolfy alphas. It's a BBW, paranormal, menage series of novellas that I think readers will really enjoy. The sisters are like any other group of siblings and live to annoy each other. When they're not hunting up their mates, that is. After that, I'm continuing my m/m paranormal BDSM series, Knots, with Cuffed. It involves ink, cuffs, and some hot biting action.
HH: What do you enjoy most about being an author?
CK: The freedom of expression. The ability to write whatever weird things come to mind and then release them into the wild. Since February 2012, I've been writing full-time and I love that writing has given me that measure of freedom.
HH: How has your writing career changed since you started out?
CK: I've gone from one or two occasional releases each year to (almost) one per month. I tend to write novellas (80-100 pages) and write full-time, so I can constantly write and (hopefully) keep readers satisfied with lots of funny, fluffy, furry goodness. That would have been impossible six years ago.
HH: What do you think has been the most positive change?
CK: Being able to support my family with my books. I love what I do and now I get to do it everyday without worrying about an evil day job. There's nothing freer than waking up and realizing that I get to do what I love every day.
HH: Where can readers find you online?
CK: My website: http://celiakyle.com
HH: Thank you!
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