From the moment fate brought Erin Angelo into his life on one painful day in her hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana, Alek has been haunted by and maybe even obsessed with the girl with the sad brown eyes, the woman who has finally managed to turn him away from a life of violence and organized crime.
Yet the man known as the Widow and his sidekick the Phoenix, the men responsible for recruiting Alek, have kidnapped his mother. And there’s only one way to get her back. Alek must return to the Siberian crime scene and call on some of the darkest people from his past, dragging Erin deeper into the shadowy world he left behind and testing the love they share as never before.
Will Alek be able to resist the pull of his past and move on with Erin? Or will returning to the Siberian crime scene destroy everything the couple has fought to overcome?
The Finale is the explosive conclusion to the Internationally Bestselling Musical Interlude Series.
you want to be something else?
have a very large imagination. I figured I was going to have to choose to do
something in life that went along with that. So my answer is yes!
Basically, I write 3 different ones: Fantasy, Gothic Romance, and Paranormal Romance.
It took me almost 6 years to get the Lost Immortals right. The Gothic novel,
Hacienda Moon, started out as a screenplay. It took me 4 years to get that one.
The paranormal romance series, Dark Seraphine, only took a year. And the
Prelude began as another novel altogether six years ago.
title and a photograph. LoL
most alert time of the entire day for me. It’s all caffeine induced afterward.
life with your writing?
are teenagers that have their own lives so they’re very understanding of mom’s
plot, and most of all tight writing: all of those things come together to
create your style which is what you should use to pull your reader into the
There is just so much that goes into creating a living, breathing story. To
give that touch that makes it feel real takes a lot of patience, skill, and
counting. No, not all of them are published yet. LOL. I love all of my stories,
but my two favorites by far are Dark Seraphine and the Prelude. Dark Seraphine
is written in a male’s voice. My sons are the ones who helped me the most with
it. My betas have said it’s my best voice yet. I told them that’s because I
grew up with boys and live with a house full of them. So naturally, the male’s
voice is what I know best. I’ve always worked around people of different
nationalities, so Alek Dostov’s voice also came naturally to me. And yes,
there’s a person in real life who helped me get the mentality right. 😀
Immortals. He’s bad-boy sexy, but he also has a good heart. Caleb Wood, my 17-year-old
lead in Dark Seraphine, comes in at a close second place though.
I feel close to nature.
Strange things about KaSonndra: Everything. She’s weird, odd, unusual, and generally tends to make people think she swooped down from another planet. Maybe she did. Who knows? She’s also a member of the #zombiesurvivalcrew on twitter. So if you need protection from the upcoming apocalypse, don’t hesitate to call on KayLeigh and crew!
KaSonndra was born in the race-car city of Charlotte, NC, and now live in the City of Alchemy and Medicine, NC, when she’s not hanging out in Bardonia (Lost Immortals Saga setting). Most of her characters are based on people that she has met throughout her travels and adventures. People tend to stop and start conversations with KaSonndra as if she has known them her entire life. Does this freak her out? Not really. Her mom says that one day she’ll get kidnapped by one of these folks. KaSonndra’s response? She told her mom that if it weren’t for these lovely people, then she wouldn’t be able to create such fabulously romantic stories.
A few other tidbits about KaSonndra… She has watched the movie Under the Tuscan Sun almost 200 times. This is her explanation regarding her obsession. She figures that if she keeps watching the film enough times, then suddenly the house that Diane Lane lives in will magically appear in her backyard. Yes! KaSonndra has a huge imagination!
-One (1) ebook copy of The Finale.