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Elora means to end the threat once and for all but dreads the personal consequences. Will saving the world demand the ultimate sacrifice? And who must pay it?

Hi Joanne, thank you for taking some time out of your busy schedule to answer a few questions! First, could you start off by telling us a few random things about yourself and your books? Why write about vampires and not any other paranormal creature? What makes them so interesting to you? Elora sounds like a strong heroine, could you tell us more about her character and what she faces in your books?

Romance, I want to know about the romance! Is there a love triangle? Lots of heartbreak? A Happily Ever After, perhaps? Was it difficult to say goodbye to your characters while finishing Fated? If you could switch lives for a day with anyone — fictional or real — who would it be and what would you do? Pretty awesome answers. We have similar tastes in books and movies :D. Next up is an excerpt from Fated! My back slammed into the red brick wall, and a hot breath rushed out of me.

Gasping, my eyes flickered shut for a second before I felt myself rise again. Cold, hard hands gripped my neck and lifted me until my face was level with a pair of menacing, soulless black eyes.

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Pushing out with my mind, I tried to find my back-up. Where on the Spirits was the rest of my quad? My quad, however, seemed oddly absent, and I felt my heart beat grow a little more frantic—and probably more delicious-sounding considering my current company. A dead thud reverberated through me.

He snarled derisively while I pushed against him, trying to force him to release his grip on my throat. One shove, another. The third time, I summoned all of the Vanguard strength I had in me.

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I caught the smug creature off-guard—my short stature often led my enemies into a false sense of security. His grasp loosened for a fraction of a second and I twisted away, both of us falling in a tangled heap on the floor while I gasped for breath. I scrambled away, the dirt from the alley pushing up under my fingernails as I skittered backwards. The vampire moved fast, and I was unable to put any real distance between us before his shadow loomed above me.

It was not the vampire but my quadmate and commander, Marcus. He held his finger to his lips and I listened inside instead. Marcus slipped back behind a portion of the wall and continued his commands, relying on me to pass them around the quad. This was what I did, after all—human telephone. A sudden lump rose into my throat as the phrase fluttered through my brain, my assigned Vanguard Superior had coined it and he had died a little over six months ago whilst trying to protect me. He was an honourable man. I had trusted him and he had believed in me.

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It still hurt that he was gone. I had little time to think about it, though; the vampire had hold of my ankle and was slowly lifting me up. The tendons in my ankle popped, straining against my weight. My short, auburn hair slipped from its ponytail as I was lifted completely off the ground. I squirmed a little, making it look good. I knew the others were about to make their move and I was waiting as patiently as I could.

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I have been alive probably ten times your lifespan! How dare you think you can kill me? It turned out it was difficult to speak when suspended upside down. Marcus whispered to me that it was probably best not to antagonise the monster any more, but it was a little late for that. With a sudden surge, the vampire wrenched me up and around, spinning me so that he once again gripped my neck rather than my ankle.

Punishment for your arrogance. I saw them about the same time as Ramos heard them. They slipped in from three sides and completely surrounded him, like moths to a flame. His grip tightened on my neck for a moment and then he lowered me. Turning slowly, he looked to each of my team in turn. I had little time to think about it, though; the vampire had hold of my ankle and was slowly lifting me up. The tendons in my ankle popped, straining against my weight. My short, auburn hair slipped from its ponytail as I was lifted completely off the ground.

I squirmed a little, making it look good. I knew the others were about to make their move and I was waiting as patiently as I could. I have been alive probably ten times your lifespan! How dare you think you can kill me? It turned out it was difficult to speak when suspended upside down. Marcus whispered to me that it was probably best not to antagonise the monster any more, but it was a little late for that. With a sudden surge, the vampire wrenched me up and around, spinning me so that he once again gripped my neck rather than my ankle. Punishment for your arrogance.


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I saw them about the same time as Ramos heard them. They slipped in from three sides and completely surrounded him, like moths to a flame. His grip tightened on my neck for a moment and then he lowered me. Turning slowly, he looked to each of my team in turn. He was no doubt realising that I was the very junior of juniors when it came to Vanguards, and that my quad most definitely were not. Marcus had his arms folded loosely across his chest. His forearms glistened in the faint orange glow from the distant streetlights. He had many more kills and captures to his name and he was not alone.

Simon had an equally glittering past. Finally, Maria, who had been here only six months longer than I, certainly had her fair share. I see this has become more of a banquet than a snack!