The Jaunty Quills are excited to welcome author Brooklyn Ann back to the Jaunty Quills! Brooklyn Ann has a new book out. It’s titled Wrenching Fate.

Shana: Welcome back, Brooklyn Ann! Tell us about Wrenching Fate. Is this your first indie published book?

Brooklyn Ann: Wrenching Fate is the first book in my paranormal romance series, Brides of Prophecy.

Here’s the blurb:

“Silas McNaught, Lord Vampire of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho is elated when he finds Akasha Hope, the woman his psychic visions revealed to him centuries ago. To his surprise, Akasha is infuriated when Silas interferes with her life. Furthermore, she is nothing like the sweet woman he’d envisioned. Instead she’s a foul mouthed mechanic and, due to being the accidental result of a military experiment, she possesses the strength of ten men ….and government agents are looking for her.

Matters are further complicated when Silas’s vindictive ex lover spurs the Elders to investigate Silas in hopes to destroy Akasha and gain control of her friends, which are the key to an otherworldly prophecy.

As government conspiracies and vampire politics collide, Silas teaches Akasha the meaning of trust…and love.

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And yes, this is my first Indie published book. I’d been wanting to experiment with Indie Publishing for quite some time and WRENCHING FATE already had a small cult following from all the beta reads it’s had over the years, so it was the perfect choice.

So far, I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the hype it’s already generated with my fan base, so hopefully it will do okay.

Shana: Is it difficult to write in two different genres or a nice break?

Brooklyn Ann: It’s mostly a nice break. I actually write in three different genres but they’re all romance and that ties it all together. Of course I do have to watch out for having modern rock stars talking like nineteenth century British nobles, but for the most part, the more worlds I get to explore, the better!

Shana: I noticed the book is set in your hometown, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Did you enjoy writing a book set in your own backyard?

Brooklyn Ann: I loved it! Aside from admiring how well Anne Rice and Stephen King bring their own hometowns to life, I really believe that Coeur d’Alene is a unique and versatile setting. One can be downtown at a club or golfing on the floating green and be on the lake fishing in twenty minutes or up in the mountains hunting or berry picking within an hour.

Shana: I enjoy those same qualities in Anne Rice and Stephen King’s novels. Tell us about your next Regency Bites series book. When is One Bite Per Night releasing?


 Brooklyn Ann:  One Bite Per Night releases in August and here’s the blurb for that one.

The Dowager Countess of Morley asks Vincent Tremayne, Lord Vampire of Cornwall, to become guardian of her American granddaughter. Vincent honors the agreement and plans to get his new ward married and off his hands as soon as possible. 

When Lydia Price arrives, she soon turns Vincent’s gloomy castle upside-down, and he decides he wants Lydia for himself. But if Vincent can’t protect Lydia from her entanglement with scandalous portrait painter Sir Thomas Lawrence, the vampire community will make sure that he—and Lydia—face dire consequences.”

Shana: Finally, tell us what you’ve been working on lately.

Brooklyn Ann: Currently I’m working on a heavy metal romance series and working on edits for both my 3rd Regency Paranormal series and IRONIC SACRIFICE, the sequel to WRENCHING FATE.


Readers, now it’s your turn. Last week I did an event at a library and had a copy of Brooklyn Ann’s historical to give away. Everyone wanted it. Do you love vampires in your novels or would you rather stick with humans? One commenter will win an e-book copy of WRENCHING FATE!

10 thoughts on “Welcome Guest Brooklyn Ann

  1. Patricia Schmitt says:

    I read historical and paranormal romance, so vampires are fine by me! I’d love to read Wrenching Fate.

  2. Shana Galen Shana Galen says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Brooklyn Ann! Congrats on the release.

  3. Kathleen O says:

    I have to be honest and say that I prefer humans. But I love paranormal and historical novels… Congrats on your new release.

  4. Vanessa Kelly Vanessa Kelly says:

    Thanks for joining us today, Brooklyn Ann! As for me…I love sexy vampires, and your upcoming historical sounds very intriguing. As a Regency author, I really enjoy seeing how paranormal elements can give historicals a new twist.

  5. Brooklyn Ann says:

    Thanks so much for having me today, Shana! And Yay, Patricia! Historical and paranormal are both like entering other worlds. And Kathleen, I totally understand. That’s why I often have to take breaks from paranormal. Vanessa ::Perks up at “Regency Author” I’m going to have to check out your books!

  6. Lisa Hutson says:

    These are not my kind of reading at all. But a huge congratulations on your success!! Its a hard thing to do.

  7. Wonderful to see you here, Brooklyn Ann, and to hear about all your fun upcoming releases! The paranormal genre has so much fun stuff in it, and yours definitely sound like great fun. Love the titles, too!

  8. Brooklyn Ann says:

    Thanks so much, Kristine! And Lisa, no problem. I feel the same about Romantic Suspense for some reason.

  9. Stephanie Fredrick says:

    I love added paranormal elements in books especially vampires. It adds a little more mystery and danger.

  10. marthalawson says:

    I love vampires!! Please enter me for a copy.

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