Friday, November 09, 2012

Forbidden Life by Kimberly Kinrade Blog Tour Character Interview

The road to redemption begins in darkness.

A sinister force waits for them in darkness, ready to devour their powers and take their lives.

Sam's baby is the key to a lock that must never be opened. To keep her child safe, Sam will do anything.

Drake might have found a way to get his powers back and save his family, at what cost?

Luke and Lucy uncover secrets in an organization they thought they could trust, and the lives of all Rent-A-Kid children are at stake.

In this last Forbidden Trilogy installment, the secrets to Rent-A-Kid will finally be revealed.


Brad here for another edition of Brad's Blog, where I interview paranormals and give you a taste of what is like for them.

With me today isn't a Rent-A-Kid victim like the others (you can read more about their story of being raised in secret and rented out as paranormal spies to the rich and famous in Forbidden Mind, Forbidden Fire and Forbidden Life by Kimberly Kinrade)… this guy actually works for IPI, International Paranormal Investigations, and spends his life tracking paranormals to either save or… not.

Without further ado, I give you Agent Hunter Riley.

B: Hunter, I hear the girls are really excited about your role in all of this. I imagine its hard to be a secret agent when you get so much attention everywhere you go.

H: My love life is my concern and no one else's. Next question.

B: Well, I hear you and Lucy are pretty close now, you have nothing to say about that?

H: No.

B: <sigh> Okay then, let's talk about your past. How did you first get involved in IPI?

H: My dad was killed by a serial killer. He'd been involved in IPI and when he died, I wanted to do something that mattered. I was young but well-trained. Agent Simmons took me in and made me even better.

B: About Agent Simmons, I've heard troubling—

H: I'm not talking about her. Next question.

B: You aren't a very chatty guy, are you?

H: Words are overrated. I prefer action.

B: No doubt. Well, how about telling us something about IPI.

H: We're a top secret international organization that tracks paranormals, to keep them safe from humans and humans safe from them. I can't tell you anything more or I'd have to kill you.

B: You're… er… kidding right? Lucy said you had a sense of humor.

H: <crosses arms and raises eyebrow>

B: Okay then. Moving on. Do you have paranormal abilities?
H: I keep secrets.

B: Right. It seems you can do more than that.

H: <stares at Brad without blinking.>

B: Okay. Um… did you ever find the person who killed your dad?

H: Not yet. But I will.

B: Was he a paranormal.

H: That's classified. You don't have clearance.

B: Lucy told me about your sword, can I see it?

H: No.

B: Why not?

H: Next question.

B: Is there anything else you can tell us about what happened when you joined with Luke and Lucy to save the younger kids still trapped by Rent-A-Kid?

H: The mission fell apart. There were pieces of the puzzle that we didn't know about. I can't say more than that. It's—

B: Classified. Right. Got it. You'd have to kill me. Well, thanks for taking the time to talk to me. You're quite the open book.

And there you have it, folks. The oh-so-chatty Hunter Riley. Fortunately, you really can read the whole story of how that mission went so wrong in Forbidden Life by Kimberly Kinrade. I'm sure it will be more enlightening than this interview has been.

Until next time, keep an eye out for Brad's Blog!

Kimberly Kinrade was born with ink in her veins and magic in her heart. She writes fantasy and paranormal stories for children, YA and adults and still believes in magic worlds. Check out her YA paranormal novels Forbidden Mind, Forbidden Fire and Forbidden Life and her illustrated children's fantasy chapter books Lexie World, Bella World, and Maddie World all on Amazon.

She lives with her three little girls who think they're ninja princesses with super powers, her two dogs who think they're humans, her two cats who think they're gods, and her husband, also known as the sexy Russian Prince, who is the love of her life and writing partner.

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