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Her Dark Knight's Redemption by Nicole Locke - Book Blitz + Giveaway

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Her Dark Knight’s Redemption

“This man was shadow and night. He was Darkness.”
Homeless Aliette is saved from punishment for stealing by a mysterious knight. To stay alive, she’s informed by this stranger that she must claim his child as her own. She should fear the dark knight’s power, yet it’s clear there’s more good to this man than he’s prepared to show. Can she break down the barriers of the tortured knight she calls Darkness?

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Author Q&A
1.      What is the first book that made you cry?Bridge to Terabithia, or possibly Where the Redfern Grows, or…. Okay, what book hasn’t made me cry?
2.      How long, on average, does it take you to write a book?Forever! I have a lot of stories in my head, and even more characters begging for me to write faster, but no matter what I do, the middle of every story is difficult for me and the characters. It’s the conflict, the struggle to their happily ever after. It’s never easy.
3.  How do you select the names of your characters?First, I pick the region: Wales, England, Scotland, France that’ll help me a lot about what names to pick. Second, I look at the personalities. Sometimes, I just like the name. In Her Dark Knight’s Redemption: Reynold means ‘powerful.’
4.   What creature do you consider your "spirit animal" to be?I have no idea! So I did an online test. Result? Butterfly. I told my husband who replied, ‘You could be a butterfly if it had fangs and claws.’ Yep.  
5. What are your top 5 favorite movies?            Tricky! What movies have I seen and never tired of? Pride and Prejudice (Firth and Macfadyen versions). Any Hepburn/Grant/Stanwyck/Davis films. As Good as it Gets. Just because of the line, ‘What if this is as Good as it Gets?’ Batman (Bale version). Matrix (first one only). Spider-Man (Maguire always). Hangover, Inception, Interstellar. Err, I watch loads of films.  
6. If you were the last person on Earth, what would you do?            Panic?
7. What fictional character would you want to be friends with in real life?            Lucy Pevensie from Chronicles of Narnia. Why? Because she opened the wardrobe, and still managed to have tea.
8. Do you have any advice for aspiring writers?            Don’t give up. I sent out the same manuscript to one agent after another for years and years and years. Then, well, the timing was right, the story was right. It was right because I didn’t give up.
          9. What book do you wish you had written?            None. I’m writing the ones I wish I’d written. I’m glad I didn’t get my hands on any of the other books I love because I would have ruined them. As to what books I read over and over again…that number would be in the thousands by now. From Carven (Dark Warriors) to Andrews (Kate Daniels), to Evans (Remy), to Deveraux (Montgomerys/Taggerts).

Author Bio – Nicole is the author of Harlequin's Lovers and Legends and The Lochmore Legacy series. If she isn't working on the next book, she can be reached at, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

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