Reader Behind the Author Rosalie Lario

Wednesday, September 28, 2011



We are super excited to have Rosalie Lario here with us today. We hope you all give her a warm welcome and show her some love. She has written some great books including the Demons of Infernum series and the Fallen Warriors series. Make sure to check out her books. 


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All About Rosalie:
Rosalie Lario practiced real estate law for several years before finally admitting to herself negotiating contracts wasn’t nearly as fun as dreaming up stories. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son in their home state of Florida, as well as searching out things that go bump in the night. You can learn more about Rosalie at her website here.


                           


AND NOW FOR THE INTERVIEW 



A lot of times in books the girl has to choose between 2 guys, is there a book that you totally did not agree with her choice. Tell us who, and why.
I have to admit that I’m a fan of the Twilight series, and I totally think Bella should have chosen Jacob. He was just so cute, sweet, and um you know... alive! Yes, I know there are many out there who will disagree with me, but I think Bella got it wrong.
 
Where do you get your books from, buy them (where from), library, or somewhere else?
I get my books from everywhere! I’ve always loved to read, and I often frequent libraries, bookstores (new and used), and the internet of course. Since getting a Kindle earlier this year, I’ve become more of an Amazon shopper. It’s just so darn easy. I’ve developed a bit of a Kindle-book addiction, I fear. 
 
What is the last book you read that you totally fell in love with?
I just finished Hearts in Darkness by Laura Kaye and, oh my gosh! I’ve never been a huge fan of men with tats and piercings, but that story changed my mind. If you’re looking for a quick, moving, super-hot read, you should check it out.
 
If you could meet an author alive or dead who would it be and what would you say?
I would like to meet Anne Rice just to say thank you, because she’s ultimately responsible for my undying obsession with the paranormal.

You have no books at all to read and you really want to read, what book are you going to grab from your stash and do a reread?
Oh man, this is a tough one. Depending on my mood, I’d pick up any one of Jeaniene Frost’s books in her Night Huntress series, or any one of Karen Moning’s books in her Highlander series. All of these books feature super-hot heroes, and that’s what I most love to read about!
 
What is the first book you fell in love with?
Bunnicula. I loved the whole series. I remember reading and re-reading it. Guess I was destined for the paranormal, LOL. 
 
What book are you currently reading?
I just started Stone Cold Seduction by Jess Macallan, and man is it good! 
 
If you could trade places for the day with any book character who would you pick?
This is a hard one. I think it’s a tie between Cat in Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series and Jessi in Karen Moning’s Spell of the Highlander. They are both very lucky women. 
 
 Favorite book cover?
Vampire Mine by Kerrelyn Sparks. Something about that cover just knocks my socks off.
 
Where is your favorite reading spot?
I can read pretty much anywhere, but I suppose my absolute favorite would be in my backyard, sitting on a lounge chair.
 

This and That 
One word answers

Favorite Social Network? Twitter

Favorite Animal? Ferrets

Favorite TV Show? Supernatural!

Favorite Color? Wine

Favorite Movie? The Devil’s Advocate

Favorite Food? Pizza!!!

Day or Night? Both

Summer or Winter? Winter


We'd like to thank Rosalie for being with us today. We are both huge fans of hers and love her books. Thanks again Rosalie! You all should check her out too! If you like the BDB series then I am thinking you will enjoy her books!

You can find Rosalie at any of these links:

Website

Twitter
Facebook



Books



Keegan lives to exact revenge on the evil demon who sired and abused him. When his father devises a plan to bring on the apocalypse, he and his three half-brothers, interdimensional bounty hunters for the Elden Council, are charged with capturing and delivering their father for punishment.
Art gallery owner Brynn Meyers has no idea that her ability to read memories embedded in objects and drain people of their life force means she has demon ancestry. Unfortunately for Brynn, she’s also the key to raising an ancient zombie army, which puts her on every demon’s Most Wanted List.
And no one wants her more than Keegan’s father.
Keegan must protect Brynn from his father by any means necessary, but he’ll have to learn to harness the other half of his genetics—the far deadlier, uncontrollable half—when he starts to fall for the one woman standing between him and the vengeance he so desperately seeks. The one woman he’ll never be able to resist.
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Read Chapter One of Blood of the Demon HERE

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Half-demon Taeg is desperate to free his pregnant sister-in-law, who is spellbound to an indestructible book that will create an army of the undead. He is convinced that an ancient sword can destroy the book and the spell forever, but this relic has been hidden for a millennia by a powerful glamour. The clock begins to run out on his search when an old rival goes after the book and Teag’s family in his quest for revenge.
Librarian Maya Flores has a secret: she’s immune to magic and is well aware of the supernatural beings prowling the streets of New York City. Haunted by a brutal demon attack that took her family, she is on a one-woman mission to destroy the evil demons who did it—and any others who get in her way.
Maya is Taeg’s best hope for uncovering the sword. Unfortunately, she wants nothing more than to kill him. As he fights for her trust and to save his family, she is forced to face the truth that not all demons are evil. And the worst part? She might be falling in love with one, too.

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  Read First Chapter of Mark of the Sylph HERE
 

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Rosalie's Other Series The Fallen Warrior's.
(Which I need to Read!)








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23 comments:

  1. I am shocked at how many people keep picking winter. You all must not live in Ohio or anything like this. Winter is awful.lol. I love Night Huntress series but I have not read any of Karen Moning's books. Must get on that.

    Thanks so much Rosalie for the awesome interview. I can not wait until the next Demon book comes out. And I have to read The Fallen Warrior's series too.

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  2. A fantastic interview! Blood of the Demon is definitely on my TBR pile - I will have to check out the Fallen Warrior's series, it sound amazing.

    Sharon @ Obsession with Books

    PS. Karen Marie Moning is a must read - my fave author of all time ;)

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  3. Thank you so much, Amber, for inviting me here. And uh... yeah, I live in Florida. Winters are breezy and about 70 degrees on average. :-)

    Sharon, thanks for stopping by. I think Moning might be my all-time fave too! It's a cross between her and Ms. Frost.

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  4. Rosalie: Not to mention the threat of Hurricanes has passed by the time Winter hits. hehe. Thanks for the great interview, ladies. Rosalie, good luck with your series!

    Anne Rice is definitely one of my favorites too. :)

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  5. Great interview! I love pizza. But in NH winter is like the ice world Hoth in Star Wars.

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  6. Hi Rosalie
    I'm with you on the backyard chair bit. And I have a hard time choosing a fave heroine too. But hero? That's between four at present - Wrath, Vishous, Lucas, and Hawke (Dark Lover and Psy-Changeling). I just got to thinking about a combo of all four - mercy.

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  7. Great interview and I would agree with you. Jacob would have been a much better choice. Hearts in Darkness was an awesome book, too.

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  8. Great interview! I love hearing how writer's spend their reading time. :) Now I want to read Bunnicula with my kids, and re-read K.M. Moning's Highlander series.

    Although Taeg's story deserves a second read. And a third... ;)

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  9. I live in Ohio and have lived in the Great Lakes my entire life and wouldn't trade it for the world. I love the cold.

    I agree about the cover of Vampire Mine - to die for.
    Thanks for the excellent interview. Looking forward to continuing with reading this series :).

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  10. Love it! Great Interview! I disagree about Jacob though, he wasn't much better then Edward, if I was Bella I'd have told them both to take a long walk off a short peer and found someone else!

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  11. Fun interview! Bella definitely got it wrong, Rosalie. I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks so. Cuddling up to a hard, cold, dead, slab of Michelangelo-inspired, marbled flesh is not my idea of romance. You can tell by the plethora of descriptors how intense I feel about that subject.

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  12. Great interview, Rosalie! I am a winter person, too. I definitely think we are in the minority, but that's okay. Funny that you prefer the cold because your stories are really hot!

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  13. One of my proudest moment was when Number One (my older daughter) switched teams from Edward to Jacob. I saw it as a sign of maturity. :) Jacob loved Bella for herself. She didn't have to change anything to be with him.

    That said, I'll take the risk of a heroine choosing the "wrong" guy for the excitement of not knowing who it will be. :)

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  14. Rosalie - I'm firmly in team Jacob too. I fear Bella made a grave mistake.

    Great interview. Winter - not so much, thanks! I'm a recent Kindle convert too, and I'm finding it too easy to buy books. I already had an addiction. Kindle is definitely supporting it!

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  15. I am definitely with you on Winter, I can always put on a coat or sweater, but the heat is not so easy to relieve. Thank you for sharing with us today. I can't wait to read this series.

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  16. What a great title for a weekly author interview ("the reader behind the author")! I also think your site name is awesomesauce. *wink*

    Ok I'm totally Team Edward, but I shall forgive you, Rosalie (wow, that's ironically weird to phrase together), because your Demons of Infernum series kicks ass!

    (Psst! She doesn't know it yet, but Rosalie's Demons of Infernum book #2 (Mark of the Sylph) is GraveTells' Book of the Month for September! It hasn't been announced yet, so shhh! *grin*)

    Very fun interview!!

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  17. Wonderful Interview. My TBR piles just keeps getting bigger.

    I'm not a super big fan of Twilight, but I was Team Jacob. (So wanted to knit the poor boy some shirts. LOL.)

    Best of luck with all your books. I'm going to have to look up that second Angel book. The first was so hot. Loved it.

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  18. Rosalie,

    I LOVE The Devil's Advocate! And Fall/Winter are my favorite seasons, too. More time to read, I think! =D Oh, and winters in the Pacific Northwest are cold and sometimes brutal. Can't wait to read your work! The covers are BEAUTIFUL and the blurbs are enticing!

    Congratulations on your new release, and I wish you much success in your writing career.

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  19. J.D. - Anne Rice's old works are fab. My fave? Ramses the Damned.

    Aubrie - Yeah, you can definitely tell I live in Florida, LOL.

    Rayka - I agree, those four combined are too hot to handle!

    Harlie - Thank you! I have a hard time seeing how she could pass up Jake.

    Jess - Thank you. :-) And Bunnicula rocks!

    Victoria - I don't know if I'd love living in the cold again (it's been 20 years since I did), but I really miss it.

    Suzan - You have a point. She was a bit young to be making that kind of choice, in my humble opinion. (Says the woman who met her husband at 17, LOL.)

    Shea - Yeah... I'm with you there.

    Tracy - Thanks, LOL! But you notice all my stories are set in NYC. Sigh, I miss living there.

    Natalie - well said, on both counts. LOL.

    Shelley - Kindle is like crack for reading addicts!

    Denise - exactly! You can always add layers of clothes, but you can't take them off without getting arrested.

    DaVinciKittie - Oh, yay! Yay!!! So glad you loved Taeg's story. I can't get enough of that man (and he's always whispering in my ear; might have to revisit his character one day).

    Blackwoodsforest - LOL. Thanks! Book 2 officially releases tomorrow, but I've been told it's already upon Amazon, BN.com and Smashwords. :-)

    Renee - Yes, The Devil's Advocate rocks! In fact, that movie talked me into going into law school! Don't know what that says about me, LOL. Unfortunately I discovered the reality of being a lawyer wasn't nearly as exciting as in the movie.

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