DC: Hey Sam. Thanks for having me. When the guys found out that I was coming on, I had a hard time trying to convince them they all couldn’t join. They’re a protective bunch. It was decided I needed at least one of them to come along just as a safety precaution. I’m not sure if you’ve had the pleasure of meeting my good friend Tyler, the Horsemen of Pestilence.
Tyler: I was happy to do it. I had to persuade the guys that my gift would be the best if something unseemly happened. Cam’s rage and brute strength might make a bad situation worse and Derek has to wait until someone is close enough to touch. I can take out an entire room before they even get close to you.
DC: Well of course I appreciate your guys’ protectiveness, but I doubt it’s necessary for a guest blog. The fact that you get to state your grievances with me had nothing to do with it though, right?
Tyler: Well, keeping you safe is a bit self-serving. Without you none of us would exist. The confession is just a bonus because I’m a bit upset.
DC: Uh oh.
Tyler: Uh oh is right. Now I’m not saying I wanted to be a love interest cause really there was enough play for Evie, but I wasn’t even considered. How could you do that to me? I thought we were better friends than that.
DC: Well sweetheart. You’re the nice guy. The one that’s friend zoned, at least where Evie’s concerned and we are friends, but I can’t let that rule my decisions. You know I’m just the mouthpiece. You all do what you want.
Tyler: Don’t sweetheart me. I’ve heard Cam call Evie it enough to know that it’s not meant as sweet as it sounds. You’re not going to placate me here. Cam’s a tool. Derek’s selfish. And Asher… Really? Asher was chosen over me.
DC: Ty, trust me when I say it was in everyone’s best interest that you stayed our of that snake’s nest. You’re the calm in the world of chaos. The other’s listen to you, not just because your oldest because let’s face it, Cam wouldn’t even care in the slightest, but because you had no interest in our girl, Evie. You and I know whom she’s meant to be with.
Tyler: (Sighs) You’re right, of course. They deserve each other. They both need happiness. Wait. You just made me say that, didn’t you? You’re the author so you control my thoughts and even my words. You don’t want me to want her.
DC: Well, no and neither do you. I don’t force you to say anything you don’t want. Even though I created you, you’re still your own person.
Tyler: Any chance I can convince you to give me a love interest?
DC: Hmm… Well I don’t want you to be lonely, Ty. We’ll have to see. The next two books are still going to be all about Evie. Maybe in book three I can see what I can do.
Tyler: That’s all I ask. I’m not saying I’m superficial, whoever it is, guy or girl, make them panty-dropping sexy. What are you calling the next two books anyways?
DC: Book two is Obsidian and book three is Black Phoenix. I haven’t set a release date for book three just yet, but it will be very soon. I’ll do my best for the panty-dropping effect.
Tyler: Those are some interesting titles. Any particular reason for those names?
DC: You’ll have to wait and find out just like everyone else. Now let’s get you back to the other horsemen before Cam and Derek kill each other.
About the Author:
S. K. Gregory is an author, editor and blogger. She currently resides in Northern Ireland.
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