Wednesday, October 27, 2010

FIREWALKER Countdown--CASSANDRA--A Witch

Day Six winner -- Mel (meljprincess)

The FIREWALKER Giveaway continues!

DAY SEVEN--Cassandra

Now that I've introduced the guys, I need to introduce the ladies. (I like the guys, so I tend to lavish attention on them.)

Cassandra leapt to her feet and kicked the inert Changer in the buttocks with her Blahnik heel. “That’s for calling me a b*tch.”

Cassandra Bryson is a super-powerful witch who becomes Janet's hotel manager. Cassandra is blonde, lovely, businesslike, good at her job, and way-wicked with magic. She used to work for a top luxury hotel chain in California, but for reasons she's not telling, she's decided to bury herself in a backwater desert town.

Janet isn't sure why Cassandra's interested in working in the middle of nowhere, but she welcomes Cassandra's no-strings-attached help. But Cassandra has some dark secrets that Janet suspects will someday come back to bite them.

Cassandra becomes part of the team in FIREWALKER and SHADOW WALKER, and you learn more about her in the HEXED anthology.

From FIREWALKER:
“Sheriff Jones grilled me about what kind of witchcraft I did,” Cassandra muttered. “I should do a spell to make his balls fall off.”

The question of the day: Heroes or heroines? Do hero-driven stories float your boat, or are you more interested in the heroine and her story?

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9 Comments:

At 5:16 AM , Blogger YzhaBella (aka Kate) said...

Eesh! That's a hard question! I've ready many of both that I really enjoyed. But, if I had to choose, I'd day I prefer the heroine. There's something empowering about a kick azz gal who can put the bad guy/gad in their place!

Thanks!
mleger0546(@)rogers(dot)com

 
At 8:55 AM , Blogger jeanette8042 said...

I love both! I love reading books from both perspectives and seeing how they both view one another.

 
At 10:22 AM , Anonymous Cindy G. said...

I would rather have both the hero and the heroine stories if I could. I enjoy stories the best when authors write from each characters' POV. It gives you a better picture of what's going on and what the character sees that another doesnt. You also get a better understanding of the character and their relationship to others. I love detail, and I always what to know how and what another person sees or feels about something.

 
At 4:18 PM , Blogger Victoria said...

How do we answer that question? I tend to immerse myself in the heroine (I am a girl after all) when reading (ie want to become the charater to a certain point), but need the hero to be drawn to. Right?? I use to read the heroine driven stories, but have been going for the duel stories lately.

I have read your historicals in the past. Just found out about your other works (from your website) and am excited about the new books (and the new to me ones as well :)).
Gook luck with the new release!
vickykerr@sbcglobal.net

 
At 4:18 PM , Blogger lulilut said...

Both of course!
I love the quote - get 'em, girl!

 
At 10:45 PM , Blogger Carol L. said...

“I should do a spell to make his balls fall off.” lol lol Priceless..
I love hearing from both Hero and Heroine You have both points of view and it adds more depth and understanding to the story. But I do love my Heroes. :)
Carol L.
Lucky4750@aol.com

 
At 10:09 AM , Blogger Aurian said...

I love reading about witches! So this sounds like a good series to me. Will certainly get my hands on those.

 
At 5:16 PM , Blogger Jennifer Ashley/ Allyson James / Ashley Gardner said...

Mel is today's winner! There are still two more days of daily prizes, then I draw the grand prize from all comments (winning a daily prize does not remove you from the running).

Thanks you all for playing!

Jenn / Allyson

 
At 5:17 PM , Blogger Jennifer Ashley/ Allyson James / Ashley Gardner said...

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