Sunday, September 13, 2020

Welcome Guest #Author Christina Lambert

Please help me welcome Author Christina Lambert and her new release Tiger's Last Chance. Looks like an intriguing book and ya gotta love that gorgeous cover!

For fun, I give a writing prompt to every guest and they complete the prompt. Christina's prompt was: The evil queen keeps a diary. Write her first entry, her 13th, and her last.

Here's Christina's response:

Journal Entry 1: So, I married this jerk my parents wanted me to marry and his kids hate me. I guess I’m a queen now but the whole country just thinks I’m evil. Setting that bitch on fire was an accident. Geez, how many times do I have to explain that?

Journal Entry 13: I haven’t been great about writing but lately it feels like there’s a reason to write. A reason to hope. Having no social life has given me plenty of time to spy around the castle. I know where the money is. Also, I know what the secrets are. I just have to be patient.

Last Journal Entry ever for this journal: I think I’ve got everything I need for my journey. And this time, the fire won’t be an accident.  

Well done, Christina! I loved your answers and I'm sure visitors will too.

And now, I want to tell you about Christina's book: Tiger’s Last Chance (Book 3 in my Stranger Creatures series)


While working a case, Sean Whitman is tortured for information, drugged, and bitten against his will by a shape shifter. The fallout leaves him jobless, friendless, and dumped by his girlfriend. Needing a fresh start, he leaves town and opens a private investigation business. Learning to live life sober isn’t easy, but he makes it to the two year mark.

When Detective Nikki Jackson with the Great Oaks, Virginia Police Department calls him, accusing him of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s house, Sean can’t help but like the sound of her voice, despite her ridiculous accusations. He’s shocked when she calls him back with an apology then asks for his help as a consultant on a case. On the phone, her sweet, slightly Southern voice captivates him. In person, she's unlike any other woman he's encountered, and nearly impossible to resist. But could the sexy detective ever want a man like him?

After Nikki’s last dating disaster, the mountain lion shifter has sworn off men. Then she meets Sean, and with every second she spends around the tall, dark-eyed man, her resolve crumbles. But for some reason, despite the undeniable attraction between them, Sean seems determined to push her away.

An investigation into missing refugees leaves Nikki with more questions than answers. Her refusal to let the matter drop leads her to the discovery of a radical political group’s horrifying plot for dominance. Traitors are embedded within the very organizations meant to keep shifters safe. As the list of people she can trust dwindles, Nikki calls on Sean to help her unravel a web of deceit.

As Nikki and Sean fight for survival, his fear of losing her could become a reality. Will he get one last chance to show her he loves her?


For the briefest moment, Nikki felt the depth to which Sean might be capable of pushing her. His kiss was crushing and brutal. His tongue pushed past her lips and his grip in her hair tightened. If desire were a vine, it would have wrapped itself around her veins and encased her heart. The heat between them flooded her. There was a sweetness, too, in his kiss, and the sweetness made her burn hotter.

A polite cough from inside the waiting car put a quick end to things. Sean pulled away and met her gaze. No words, but she got the message. She wasn’t alone. Comfort and friendship; he’d probably meant the kiss to comfort her and had gotten carried away in the heat of the moment. He’d carried her away with him, and she wanted to take him so much further into the unknown.

With each second, each step towards the waiting car, she tried to find reasons and more reasons to ignore her growing attraction to Sean. The number one reason to forget about the kiss they’d shared—relationships were trouble. She had plenty of other amazing things in her life, including her career, her volunteer work, and her band, even though the band rarely played anywhere because the members had trouble aligning their schedules. She didn’t need a man. Besides, he was probably still messed up over Sydney. Also, he was a regular. Or mostly regular. Not to mention he lived over a thousand miles away in Texas. She should tell him the kiss was a mistake. One look at him and she couldn’t bring herself to say the words. The kiss they shared had been anything but a mistake. 

Find Christina on the Net:

Amazon author page, Facebook, Goodreads, Instagram, Twitter 


Find Tiger's Last Chance here    

Thanks so much, Christina, for sharing your book with us!


1 comment:

Christina Lynn Lambert said...

Thanks for having me on your blog, Keta!