When I featured author Erin Kellison back in February, I aluded to her new book, FIRE KISSED. After months of waiting, I’m happy to report that FIRE KISSED has finally debuted! It’s a spin-off of her expertly written Shadow Series, and introduces some new characters, including the feisty Kaye Brand.

Synopsis, from Goodreads:

Fae Fire
It is Kaye Brand’s power to wield. But outcast from her kind, she’s been selling herself to the highest bidder—money for her survival in exchange for a magic glimpse into the flames of the future.

Angel Ice
One of the angelic Order, Jack Bastian has no use for a female like Kaye, as provocative and unexpected as her blazing beauty. Yet he has no choice but to hire her to uncover the secrets of his sworn enemy and her former fiancé, Ferrol Grey.

War is inevitable between the defenders of the Order and the mage Houses who threaten to engulf the world in Shadow.
For Jack, mage-born Kaye is off limits, no matter how hot the impossible attraction between them. But in the coming darkness, beset by danger and desire, everything is about to change…

An excerpt from FIRE KISSED can be found here.

Since I’ve already conducted an interview with Erin, I thought it would be helpful to open up a Q&A session to you all.

So, what do you want to ask Erin? A free copy of FIRE KISSED will be given to the commenter with the most compelling question!

You can either:

1. Leave a comment on this post

2. Tweet your question to @WriterLibrarian @EKellison and include the hashtag #firekissed

Good luck, everyone! FIRE KISSED is also available on Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com.


0 replies
  1. Kesska
    Kesska says:

    I loved Fire Kissed! Thank you Karen for featuring Erin, and thank you Erin for being featured! My question is: If you could have a power like what the mages have, what would it be and why?

  2. Erin Kellison
    Erin Kellison says:

    @Sharon–I enter Twilight all the time, LOL. No really… I think I can wait until my proper time to enter Twilight. No need to rush it for me. My head delivers enough fantasies and nightmares already. 🙂

    @Kesska–thank you! I'm afraid I would use my powers for evil, so I should probably not have any. If I HAD to have a power, I'd love to fly.


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