Thursday, October 10, 2013

Promotional Post~ "The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels" by Lee Wilson (Excerpt and interview)

The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels by Lee Wilson

Book Description: When Hannah Sawyer dropped out of college after losing her scholarship she spent five years weaning herself of alpha males and alcohol, but when she decides to return to finish her degree she finds those things rolled into one in the intoxicating blue eyes of fellow non-traditional student Daniel Keith. 

What she soon learns is that her newfound addiction to Daniel impairs her judgment beyond any mixed drink a frat boy could have handed her. She should have left when he cut his arm with a car key to show her his white blood. Or when he had a run-in with a dark angel on one of their dates. But Hannah stays, entranced by this man who remains a mystery to her. 

Who or what is Daniel? And why does the small town of Spring Hill, Tennessee seem to summon his enemies? As romance lures Hannah further into a shadowy world most people never see, she realizes she s gotten herself in deeper than she knew possible. And this time there's no option of dropping out.

Read an Excerpt

Daniel walked back toward the waiting room, as Hannah followed. She

 sat down, turned to him and attempted to lighten things up. "Your

 group of friends are pretty high drama, you know?"

      "Tell me about it."

      Hannah picked up the papers from the seat beside her and let them

 fall in her lap. She suddenly had a weird hunch. "When I drove in a

 few days ago, I heard a story on the radio about a local guy saving a
 little girl who had fallen into a frozen lake."
      Daniel looked at her expressionless before giving a slight smile
 and nodding his head. "Oh yeah, I heard about that too."
      "You wouldn't know anything about it would you?"
      "What do you mean?" His eyes bored into her and she looked away,
 momentarily. But she knew she was right.
      "Well, you happened to be there when I passed out and carried me
 inside and you just now revived Natalie. So I'm wondering if it was
 you who saved that little girl, too. You seem to have a knack for
 being in the right place at the right time."
     Daniel's eyes flashed with an emotion she couldn't define. "I guess
 I  do." He grinned, shaking off her words, and tried to change the
 subject. "My timing isn't half bad in other areas," he said, leaning
 slowly toward Hannah, tucking a lock of hair behind her ear. He
gently lifted her chin with his hand.
      She felt his breath on her face and unconsiously moistened her lips
 with the tip of her tongue. Her body shivered as his hand brushed the
 inside of her arm, and the distance between their mouths diminished.
      The sound of a throat clearing startled Hannah and Daniel and they
 pulled back with a jump. Anthony stood at the door, smirking. Hannah's
 skin flushed red and she turned away.
     "Well, maybe not so good after all," chuckled Daniel under his


Q&A with Lee Wilson

  Was there any particular event that helped inspire you to write this  book?

 As a teenager I was at youth group and the passage in Genesis 6 that  talks  about Nephilim came up. No one knew much about it, but the youth  minister  said that apparently angels and humans had offspring at some point. That  night was the first of many dreams about the two lead characters, Daniel  and Hannah.

  Where is your favorite place to write?

 Upstairs in my office. Preferably at night while the weather is cold and  I  have a glass of wine or coffee.

 If you could meet any author, current or past, who would it be?

 C. S. Lewis or J. R. R. Tolken. Hard to pick between the two.

 Where is your favorite place to go and relax?

 The beach. Preferably without too many people sharing the area.

  What book currently sits on your nightstand?

 Galileo's Dream by Kim Stanley Robinson

  What is one thing that you would like readers to know about you that  isn't in your bio?

 I think this is reflected in my writing, but I believe that we will  never  have perfect friends, lovers or family members. Everyone is a mixed bag.  That doesn't mean we give up on each other. Sometimes people leave us,  but  the ones who stay are the ones who deserve our forgiveness and patience.

About Lee Wilson: Lee Wilson authored the best-selling novel, "The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels" which was based on a dream he had as a teenager about a man who was half angel and half human. Lee is also an actor from films and television shows in addition to having spoken at the Pepperdine University Lectureships in Malibu, California.

Lee has also ghost written for celebrities and authors in magazines and books. If you would've told him in high school that he'd grow up to be an author, he probably would've laughed at you.

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