My guest today is paranormal romance author McKenna Dean who writes shifter novels. She's here with GHOST OF A CHANCE, book 2 in her Redclaw Security series. She answers my Quick 5 questions today, so we get to learn a little more about her. McKenna has a Rafflecopter giveaway so make sure to enter it at the bottom of this post. Welcome McKenna!
Ghost of a Chance
Redclaw Security Book 2
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About Ghost of a Chance by McKenna Dean:
A former Redclaw agent, Casey Barnes retired when a security assignment went bad, killing his partner and leaving him as a partial amputee. His inner wolf is in hiding. He’s been living quietly as a horse trainer, but June Atwell’s death now pits him against her granddaughter for rights to the stable.
With both of them snowed in at the farm, a series of increasingly serious accidents draws Sarah and Casey closer together, but they both harbor secrets that might tear them apart.
Ghost of a Chance is a paranormal romance story.
Amazon Buy Link: https://amzn.to/2nbVC33
Quick Five with McKenna Dean:
Give me quick answers to these questions. You can expand your answer a little if you like by telling me why you answered the way you did:
- Beach vacation or sightseeing in the city?
Oh, I’d pick hiking in the mountains over the beach most days, but if given a choice between the beach and the city, the beach every time. In the off season, me and the dogs, walking under gloomy skies and chasing sand crabs as they skuttle away from the surf.
- Movies: romantic comedies, thriller, or horror? Got a different favorite?
I know it’s a cliché, but most of my favorite movies are superhero movies right now. The big summer blockbuster: sci-fi, superhero, action movies.
Country all the way. I’m practically singing the theme song to Green Acres here. I love being able to walk up to the ridge and see the mountains all around me. To listen to horses cropping grass with the lazy drone of a bumble bee somewhere nearby. The crunch of dead leaves underfoot in the fall, and stepping outside to a morning so crisp and cold the air is like biting into a fresh apple.
- E-book, paperback or audiobook?
I’ll take a book in any form I can get it. I tend to reserve audiobooks for long car trips, but I take my Kindle and at least three paperbacks with me where ever I go, on the off chance I might—heaven forbid—run out of reading material.
- Party life or quiet dinner for two?
Quiet dinner for two! Preferably something we cooked together—chicken parmesan, or steaks on the grill. A bottle of wine and some strawberries dipped in hot chocolate. A snuggle on the couch while we watch one of our favorite shows. Give me a fire in the hearth and I’m in heaven.
For some reason, he glanced back at Sarah where she waited by the door. The backlight of falling snow through the glass in the shadowed hallway created the suggestion of a black-and-white photograph. The only spot of color was the bright red scarf at the collar of her coat and the wine-dark lipstick she wore. She leaned against the wall with her eyes closed. Something inside him clicked, as though recognizing a scene from a movie. His heart stopped a beat, flipped over, and thudded again with increased intensity.
No. It couldn’t be. Not her.
He hurried away, head still reeling at his reaction. When he returned with an armload of clothing, she was nowhere to be seen. Her laptop sat by her shoes, one pretty little pump turned over on its side. As expected, he discovered her in the living room, staring at the pictures on the wall. “There you are.”
She jumped at the sound of his voice.
“Sorry, didn’t mean to scare you.” He adjusted the heap of clothing piled over one arm and held out a pair of snow boots.
“She had so many photographs of me.” Sarah took the boots almost automatically, and indicated the walls covered with pictures, ones Casey had seen many times.
That had to be it. Why she felt so familiar. Why she seemed to be the one. Relief washed over him. Obviously he’d spent too much time alone if he thought Sarah Atwell was his destined mate.
The Panther’s Lost Princess Redclaw Security Book 1 Amazon Buy Link: https://amzn.to/2LSf9UL
About McKenna Dean: McKenna Dean has been an actress, a vet tech, a singer, a teacher, a biologist, and a dog trainer. She’s worked in a genetics lab, at the stockyard, behind the scenes as a props manager, and at a pizza parlor slinging dough. Finally she realized all these jobs were just a preparation for what she really wanted to be: a writer.
She lives on a small farm in North Carolina with her family, as well as the assorted dogs, cats, and various livestock. She likes putting her characters in hot water to see how strong they are. Like tea bags, only sexier.
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