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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Special Guest - Beth Caudill

Hello Friends,

Fellow author Beth Caudill has a new release!

Beth Caudill resides in North Carolina with her husband and two children. Her home is lined with bookcases and filled with books. Although she does not claim the computer manuals, those belong to her husband. In her life prior to becoming a stay-at-home-mom, she worked as a technical support analyst and quality assurance software tester. Now she plays chauffeur and cook for her family and fits in writing when she can.

She is a member of Romance Writers of America, her local chapter Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, and the online chapter Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal. You can find out more about Beth and her stories at http://www.bethcaudill.net/.

Corliss Rumdone hides behind her status as Healer to avoid the normal wolf pack hierarchal challenges. A forced mating changes the course of her life. Instead of Raymond, the beta wolf selected for her, she mates with Liam—her best friend and heir to the Alpha pair.Liam whisks them away to a shifter retreat so they can allow the mating bond to settle in private. But interference from those seeking power and two terminal children arouse past hurts and challenge their new relationship. Even their home is not the haven it should be as Liam must watch Corliss fight for the right to stay his mate. For one healer, death becomes a weapon to balance life.

Excerpt: Liam couldn’t watch the ceremony that would mate Corliss to someone else. He could’ve challenged for her, but that meant fighting his father—the ruling wolf, who was neither a tyrant nor senile. Both of them in their prime, a fight would have ended in one of their deaths, and he couldn’t justify the loss of life.

Not even for her. Unable to keep control of his wolf, Liam let the animal free to seek solace in the forest. Except every tree, every scent roused memories of her, and the wolf circled back towards the clearing, towards the woman who should be his.

Stark quiet alerted him to trouble as the wolf crept along the edge of the grass. People were missing and those who remained stood as if waitingfor the ceremony to start. He circled around to the front to get a better view, hiding in the shadows so as not to alert anyone. Raymond was unaccounted for. Corliss stood stiff-backed, facing away from the audience.

Her caramel-colored hair was piled atop her head, darkened to walnut in the moonlight. Shadows hid her sea-green eyes and emphasizedher high cheekbones. She appeared cold, harsh, and removed from events going on around her. Yet he knew her to be warm and caring, often too caring.

Giving to others more of her personal energy through her healing powers than she should. As her friend, he could offer support, but he couldn’t push too hard for her to rest, or she’d rip out his throat.

He chuffed. The dark blue specks in her eyes glowed when she was angry. That spark had been missing from her eyes for days. He repressed agrowl as Corliss bit the inside of her cheek. Before the wind shifted, he backed away. She wouldn’t appreciate someone seeing her close to tears.

The wolf wanted to rip a hole in Raymond’s belly, but even the animals had rules for a challenge. He trotted to a cache of clothes. Only the man could help her now.

Healer's Fate is available NOW! and can be purchased from Whispers Publishing, All Romance Ebooks and Amazon Kindle!

Well Friends, hope you've enjoyed this special guest. Join me Saturday for a spotlight with Candace Black!

Until then, be blessed!


Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Beth,
Nice interview. What an imagination you must have to write such an intriguing story.
Best of luck.

Sharon Donovan said...

Morning Beth and Pam. Congratulations on your release, Beth. Sounds like a charged-up read!

Donna B said...

Beth, your story sounds wonderful. I'm writing a shifter myself - I love them and can't find enough good ones around to read so I'll definitely be looking for yours.
Hope it does well,

P.L. Parker said...

I love shifter stories. Just finished reading one in fact. Book sounds terrific. Good luck.


L M Gonzalez said...

Interesting story, Beth. It's always nice to hear about other authors.

Beth Caudill said...

Hi everyone. Sorry for the delay. My computer is having technical difficulties. A new one has been ordered but it will be two weeks before I get it.

Margaret Tanner - Thanks. Yeah, I've always had an imagination...not sure my parents liked it...but I'm using it now. :)

Sharon Donovan - Morning. Thanks for stopping by.

Donna B. - I love shifters (especially wolf and dragons). Wish there are more. I'll look for one from you.

P. L. Parker - Thanks. Shifters are always a fun read.

L M Gonzalez - Thanks. Yep, reading about authors is almost as interesting as their stories.

Mary Ricksen said...

Hi Beth, this book sounds wonderful!!
I wish you the best of luck with sales.

Beth Caudill said...

Mary - Thanks for stopping by. Good luck.