Black Hippie Chick’s Chat with Louisa Bacio, author of The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: A Threesome Wedding Adventure


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Naughty Nick

By Louisa Bacio

“I like Nick,” an editor-friend recently told me. And you know what? I really like Nick, too.

First introduced in book 2, The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: Chains of Silver, Nick is a vampire hunter thrown into close proximity with the world of the Others, paranormal creatures. He’s grown up with Silver, his best friend’s younger sister, and he’s faced with sudden un-brotherly feelings toward her. When Silver finds her blood brother, Trevor, she discovers some hidden genetic make-up in the family. She’s a werewolf, who’ll first shift after reaching her sexual maturity.

Nick takes the changes in stride, surprisingly. He’s one of those characters that follows me around on a daily basis. While he seems so real, it’s been almost impossible to find an image to represent his physical description:

“His creamy mocha-toned skin contrasted with his long, blond dreads and pale brown eyes that appeared catlike. He wore a white tank top, and as he turned slightly to the side to check out a disturbance, Silver admired the pointed stake tattooed on his shoulder. The only accessory definitely out of place was the ghastly black fanny pack around his waist.” (from Chains of Silver)

While creating the book trailer, the creative artist Lex Valentine used an image that more represents his aura/personality than strict appearance.

In my current release, A Threesome Wedding Adventure, Nick falls a bit into the background, but continues to show different facets of his personality.

Here’s a short passage from later in the book:

“Do you have any weapons in that bag of yours?” Nick finally asked, breaking the silence.
Trevor shook his head. He didn’t feel like explaining to Nick why he packed so light. “I didn’t think we’d need anything. Come on, we’re a tough vampire and a werewolf.”
“Going up against the Devil, man?”
“We know Dr. Black’s in custody, right? So odds are that Mirabella’s up there all by herself, waiting to be saved.”
“By the likes of us?”
Trevor held his arms out, palms facing upward. “Think of Shrek, the reluctant hero. We fit the part well. We may not be knights in shining armor, but we’re what she’s got.”
“True dat, my man, true dat.” Nick held his fist out to Trevor, and they knocked them together. “So what’s the plan?”

As you can tell, his dialogue has grown strong, and he stands out. You know what this means, though? Oh, yes, I can’t leave him alone … yet. Currently, I’m working on book 4, The Wolfe Pack, and Nick plays heavily in the story. Let me tell you, he’s got some growing up to do.

The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: A Threesome Wedding Adventure

By Louisa Bacio

Planning a wedding can be stressful and crazy-making. Planning three weddings at the same time? That’s insanity. While The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf embark on a nuptial excursion, Silver & Nick hold down the home fortress in New Orleans.

And as if everyone doesn’t have enough to deal with, the Voodoo King comes calling with a magic elixir that diminishes sexual inhibitions and an eerie quiet spreads across the French Quarter. Life as they know it may never be the same.

The threesome is forced to put off honeymoon bliss in order to banish the demons of their past, and embrace the uncertainty of the future.

Available via Ravenous Romance, Amazon and other eRetailers.

Thanks so much for hosting me today. So tell me, what do you look for in a hero? Can a character sometimes be too unique?

Drop in for a visit at http://www.louisabacio.com

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