Interview: Tigris Eden author of Enslaved in Shadows

There is really not much to say… I love to write, read, and listen to music. My attempt at a music career sadly ended at the Apollo one warm night in May! LOL (Side note: I was not booed just outdone by two munchkins rapping to Biggy Smalls but they were good!)

Military brat extraordinaire; have traveled to a lot of interesting places.

The very first time I put pen to paper in story fashion, was in 6th grade. It was called The Case of the Missing Pepperoni.

It was a cute mystery where all the ingredients and shop appliances came to life when the store owner closed up for the evening

Thank you for stopping by Book Sniffers Anonymous today. For those who are not familiar with your books, do you mind telling our readers a little bit about the Shadow Unit series?
Thanks for having me on your blog today. The Shadow Unit series is a paranormal romance series about things that go bump in the night/and or day and fall for their heroine. It’s a group of 9 men, who are of very much macho alpha men who think their stuff don’t stink. Bring in the females/heroines that put up with their crap, (coughs) high handedness, and that’s basically what you have. There is a lot of action and some steamy romance, as well as some happy endings, eventually, all while trying to find out about the notorious Red Sun Organization.

 

With Enslaved in Shadows containing supernatural beings, what would be the one supernatural being that you wish really existed and why?
Oh I wish there were really truly werewolves! Why, because they are so hot and sexy. You just want to tame the wild beast within…

 

I noticed that you write a lot of romance. Would you say that’s your favorite genre to read?
My favorite genre is actually Horror. I’ve read a lot of Stephen King, and I enjoy the craziness that he puts his readers through. It’s a totally mind melt.

 

How did the characters come to you? Did you dream of them, see a picture of someone and it took on a personality of its own or are the characters inspired by people in your life?
Honestly it was a song from Maroon 5 that got the story going, Secret. And well some of the male personalities are a lot like my LL… But for some reason I tend to stay towards dark hair males. Draven doesn’t look like one particular person, but a combination. Eyelashes off of one guy, hair from another and so on. I think Draven was actually composed from about 5 different pictures. I wonder how that would really look standing in front of me?LOL

 

You are stopping by Book Sniffers Anonymous after all so I must ask… are you a book sniffer?
Do you mean, do I smell books? Wow, no one, and I mean no one has ever asked me that before. Actually a book has smelled. I once was mailed a book from someone that well, let’s just say they smoked… A lot, and not your reg smokes either. That’s all I can say about that. That book smelled and smelled, and I’m sure if I was to grab the book now, it may still smell. LOL So yes, I’ve sniffed a book.

 

We always end our reviews with our favorite quote/part from the book and I know with Enslaved in Shadows being your baby, it will be hard to choose but what is your favorite part or quote?
Oh that’s easy. I love Draven and Royce, I truly do, but the one that I love the most is Dietrich. He’s my kind of guy in every way possible. So here is my quote from D. “Fuck,” Dietrich breathed. “I’m a bad motherfucker, and I mean I’m pretty fucked up in the head sometimes, but I want some of what the twins got going between them. That shit right there, was beast.” -Dietrich Johnson”

 

about the book

Enslaved in Shadows
(Shadow Unit, #1)
Publisher: Kat’s Kreative Ideas
Published: Jan. 28, 2013
Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance

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A man’s Past leads to his Future……

Agent Stone of the Shadow Unit’s job is simple, most days. Work in the Shadows, police his own Kind.

When an unwanted assignment turns out to be his darkest fantasy from the past, Draven can’t help but be conflicted by the memories of the past and his responsibilities in the future. But his decision has been made.

The Heart of a woman is Tested……..

Jes can’t let the tall dark agent back into her life.
How can she trust any man after what she’s endured. Years of abuse have broken her down and she doesn’t have room for more. The man she turns to for help hasn’t abused her physically but he’s tormented her emotionally. A past betrayal left her scarred, but also brought her life.

Can she accept him into her heart and trust him again?

One will survive and adapt, the other will realize hearts can be mended even if it’s a bit too late.

The road to forgiveness sometimes only brings more pain. Unexpected events set their lives on two separate tracks leading to one outcome. Lives will be changed and an emotional battle to save their souls will leave them both trapped and enslaved in their need for one another.

7 Thoughts on “Interview: Tigris Eden author of Enslaved in Shadows

  1. Thank you for hosting Tigris today, Kristin! 🙂

  2. Anonymous on 5 February, 2013 at 3:25 pm said:

    Wow! I believe I have just added your series to my list of books to read. Just based on your interview I am ready to start. U.S. commenter.
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  3. Thanks for the giveaway!! This looks great!
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  4. Congrats Tigris! Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Jovial_1/status/298888319687856128

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  5. Thanks for the giveaway!

    I’m in the US

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  6. Thank you for having me on the blog today Kristin. Thanks to everyone that commented 🙂

  7. Very nice interview.
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