Welcome to another Midnight Magic author interview! This time, we're chatting with Louisa Bacio.
What's the title of your book in Midnight Magic?
Tell us a little bit about it!
Rafe turned away from an arranged marriage for one based on love. His choices, though, left the woman he loved in danger. Cheyenne took her inherited witch powers for granted until she needed them most when the jilted bride wants revenge. Together, Rafe and Cheyenne must unravel which witch is real in the ultimate Witch Switch for power.
What's your main character like?
Cheyenne is a witch dealing with a bit of possession. How do you fight evil when it’s yourself?
Is it part of a bigger series or world?
Yes. Blood & Bones is the first book in the Ava Crowley, Vampire Slayer Series, which is a spinoff from the Forevermore Series. The second book in the Forevermore Series, In The Blood is where we meet Ava and the vampire who saved her life, Cassius Aurelia. The Ava Crowley Series tells their story from the beginning, the night Cassius saved her life, all the way up until the events of In The Blood.
What do you normally write?
Primarily I write contemporary and paranormal romance. Some of my reader favorites are wolf shifter ménage.
What's your favourite kind of paranormal creature to write about?
Witches and shifters and vampires, oh my! I love all creatures paranormal, and things that go bump in the night.
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More about Louisa:
A Southern California native, Louisa Bacio can’t imagine living far away from the ocean. The multi-published author of erotic romance enjoys writing within all realms – from short stories to full-length novels.
Bacio shares her household with a supportive husband, two kids growing “too fast,” and a multitude pet craziness: Four dogs, fish tanks, an aviary, hamsters, rabbits and two leopard geckos. In her other life, she teaches college classes in English, journalism and popular culture.