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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Guest Post/Giveaway - The Light And The Fallen by Anna White




The Light and The Fallen
Anna White

Lucian isn't sure what to expect when he steps over the banister separating Heaven from Earth. He opens his eyes in a new body, one with no wings, no knowledge of the future, and no special powers. All he remembers is his mission: to find a mysterious key. When he meets a human girl that he can't ignore he is forced, for the first time in eternity, to choose between duty and the pull of his heart. The future hangs on his decision, but he's fallen into a world where nothing is just what it seems.






*100% of the proceeds of this novel will be donated to The Water Project.

Thank you to Anna, for this wonderful guest post and giveaway today!  So please be sure to enter in the Rafflecopter below.  And later this summer be sure to check back for my review of The Light and The Fallen!


Hi everyone, and a big thanks to Liz for letting me talk about my book here on Fictional Candy. Today I want to share a little bit about the main men in my book The Light and Fallen.

First is Lucian. He’s a Dominion angel that has fallen for the first time. He’s got a lot of knowledge about the universe, but he isn’t so good at getting along with other people. His dark floppy hair and mesmerizing blue eyes catch the attention of a lot of girls, but he tries to ignore them and focus on his mission, a task that would be a lot less frustrating if he could figure out what his mission is. He feels very deeply and shoots straight from the heart. He was created to be a protector. His human emotions are raw and passionate, and although the love he feels for humans is new, he’s willing to give everything to save them.

Then there’s Jack. I’ll be honest and admit that I’ve got a thing for bad boys, and Jack is the quintessential rebel. He has classic clean cut looks-short blonde hair, smoky gray eyes, and the cut body of an athlete. He’s been on Earth for thousands of years and lives for the few physical pleasures he can get from his human body. He’s an expert tracker and fighter, and he’s used to getting whatever he wants, either by seduction or force. Although his dangerous reputation is no secret, he still manages to charm his way into the hearts of almost everyone that crosses his path. He loves a challenge, and when Lucian gets in his way, deadly sparks start flying.

I love both of these characters, as different as they are. They were both so fun to write about, especially Jack, who my husband says is my dark and dangerous alter ego. Can’t argue with that! You can learn more about me and how I got the idea for the book at my blog http://annawhitewrites.blogspot.com. I’m also on Facebook and Twitter under AnnaWhiteWrites. The Light and Fallen is available on Amazon.
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19 comments:

  1. Sounds good! You know, I go for both good and bad, as long as they're witty, snarky, funny... whatever.

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  2. Hi! Great post! I love the good guy but there's always something missing : I usually fell for the bad guy in a novel. I love the fact that even if he's bad, he can also find redemption, love and care for someone else. When the bad guy realize all this, That's the best part of the story!!!! And they are more dark, possessive and mysterious! Thanks for this chance!

    Proserpine

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  3. This looks like a super cool read!!! And I love rebels! I'll Facebook this giveaway. It looks fantastic. I hope I win!

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  4. I didn't see the question. I had read the post and commented right away and then I went and entered, and thus saw the question. I like the good guy! The bad guy is fun to read about, but at the end of the day...I want to be with the good guy who will treat me right.

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  5. I'll admit that I usually fall for the good guy, though I will admit that I am almost always attracted by the bad buy but I stick with what's safe and fall for the good guy. Good post! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Thanks for a great post and giveaway! These books look great!

    Well.... it depends on the story. There have been some that the villain was a lot more engaging/interesting then the hero. But overall, I tend to like heroes best :)

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  7. oo.. my kind of book, this one is.. hope i'll win :)

    depends.. sometime i prefer the bad guy, but sometimes i love the good guy. it all depends on the story ;)

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  8. I have fallen for the bad guy a time or two. Sometimes the bad guy is far more appealing and entertaining.

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  9. Most often it's the bad boys who is really good. He does all the right things though he's kind of bad about it.

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  10. I agree with Na. Sometimes bad boys only appear to be bad, but inside they have a heart of gold.

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  11. I am usually attracted to the bad guys. Guess that's why I am divorced:D

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  12. LOL I'm totally with the bad guy votes! thank you for coming by everyone!

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  13. I think they are "bad guys" but reformed LOL or at least those with a tender spot for goodness :)

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  14. It depends on the book, I think, but I guess you could say I like the heroes that have a sort of bad boy feel to them. ;)

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