March 23rd, 2014
Born of a Navajo healer and a high-level prince of Hell, Fatal is forced to return to her mother’s tribe to study their healing arts, away from demon hands. But, with her tutelage comes cruel segregation and disrespect. When her life suddenly comes under demon attack, she’s cast away from the only home she knows. Exiled, Fatal sets out armed with her knowledge and fighting skills to annihilate any threat against her.
Oracle by birth, Prince Orobus rules as his Liege commands, until intel comes his way providing him with images of his mate’s participation at a seedy club, well known for it’s sexual domination fight pit. Incensed, he’s thrust in the fight of his life—to claim his woman. Come Hell or high water, he will take care of what is rightfully his, even if it means making her face both sides of her heritage and teaching her there is no shame.
Where do you find your inspiration?
Everywhere. I love to observe people out in public. Parks, restaurants, bus stops and at the mall. Billboards, funny gas station names or museums. Bushwackers is a museum in Elk Missouri they have a ton of Kum-n-Go gas stations. There are so many more examples but those two stick out most.
If a reader was going to pick one of your stories to start with, which one should they read and why?
I have so many, that’s hard to pick out. My favorite is Not Since You. It’s a second chance shifter romance. You never know…people can change!
Are you a pantser or a plotter?
I am a planslotter. A bit of both. I generally see it in my head. The beginning, middle and end
What’s your favorite of the books you’ve written?
Not Since You is my favorite story…because my very first heroine that never made it to publication finally got her happy ending!
Who is your favorite author and why?
I have so many favorite authors. The number one on my keeper shelf is Sherrilyn Kenyon. I love all of her series. The Darkhunters are my favorite and I love me some Acheron. She is a powerhouse of talent!
About the author:
Being smart and sassy with a great sense of humor comes easily for Mahalia Levey. An avid reader of books, she found herself enchanted with disappearing completely into the worlds authors created. One day she vowed to herself she’d be one of them. Then family life came, and college right after. Swayed from her childhood course of action, it took many years for her to get back to that place she held dear as a child. Now she is running full steam ahead to keep up with the many ideas flowing freely. She plans on taking her work to higher levels and expanding her genres. Her main focus is giving her readers variety. Her works in progress include paranormal, fantasy and mainstream romance. Taking characters and watching them grow past what she’s imagined is her true passion.