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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Trinity and Jeff by Kate Hill 💕 Fun Facts, Book Tour & Gift Card Giveaway 💕 (Erotic Paranormal Romance)

Denying her love for her childhood friend, Jeff, Trinity visits her family’s ancestral land, believing the Wild family magic has called her there to meet her soulmate. Instead she finds danger at every turn, but she won’t have to face it alone.

Jeff has loved Trinity his whole life, but settled for friendship after she broke his heart on prom night. Now this soldier turned firefighter faces the supernatural to protect Trinity and convince her once and for all that they belong together.

I loved working on Trinity and Jeff. This Wild witch and her sexy firefighter were a lot of fun to get to know. Here are a few fun facts about their story.

1. Jeff’s line “I’m just a guy with an ax” was the first line in the first scene I pictured when I started planning Trinity and Jeff.

2. I first heard the name Trinity in one of my favorite shows, The Trailer Park Boys, and I liked it a lot. Since I’ll never have kids, I figured I’d give the name to a character, but none fit until this story. Trinity’s name definitely suits her.

3. I had planned to give Jeff paranormal powers, but it wasn’t until I was well into the story that I finally decided what type of animal would provide those powers. Jeff is the first saber-tooth cat inspired hero I’ve ever written.

4. In Trinity and Jeff, the origins of the character Orion are finally revealed. I’d known about his origins from the first, but I wanted to expose him at the right moment.

5. The werewolf Knox was first introduced in Fangs and Fists 1: Bolt.

Thank you for letting me share this behind the scenes look at Trinity and Jeff!

Staring into his intense brown eyes, Trinity weakened. Why had he always been able to do this to her? Make her furious and then present a perfectly logical and usually loving reason for him intruding on her life.

“I won’t let it happen this time, Jeff. You’re always doing this. Sticking your big nose in where it doesn’t belong.”

“Don’t insult my nose.”

“You know what I mean. It’s like the time my friends and I went up to the lake for a midnight swim. It was supposed to be a girls’ night and you busted in.”

“Your friend Cheryl nearly drowned when the canoe tipped.”

“I know. You were right, and we appreciated your help, but that’s beside the point.”

“And what about the time you and your cousins went ice skating on the pond with that moron your cousin Amelia had a crush on.”

“Moron? Alexander was genius level.”

“Some genius. He ended up showing off and breaking his leg so I had to carry his ass to the main road. If I hadn’t been there, who would have carried him? You or Amelia?”

“We’d have done it. Just because you’re like a gorilla and can throw a six-foot man over your shoulder doesn’t mean Amelia and I couldn’t have handled the situation.”

“You’re welcome.”

“Listen, Jeff, I know you mean well and you’ve always been there for me. I love you like a brother, but you have to understand that --”

“Don’t.” Jeff held up his large hand and Trinity stared at it for a moment.


A blazing trail only he can see leads demon hunting biker Starr Johanson to his destined mate. A blessing placed on her family’s ancestral land summons Mysti Wild to the cabin where she’ll meet the man fated to share her life.

Each fears the other will be frightened by magic they don’t understand, but they quickly learn to trust each other, because no one can resist the person they were born to love.


This Christmas Eve, Joel and Christa face a past horror to embrace a magical future.

On Christmas Eve twenty-five years ago, a brutal murder was committed at the house where Christa Wild works as a live-in maid. When the other servants leave for the holiday this year she stays behind, hoping that any spirits dwelling there will help her regain the psychic power she lost. She’s surprised when the intriguing but disturbed owner of the house appears several days before Christmas.

Action star Joel Connor has kept a terrible secret for most of his life. Despite his success as an athlete and actor, he is plagued by flashbacks of a gruesome attack that destroyed his family. This Christmas, Joel returns to the house where it happened to face the ghosts of the past, but finds he is not alone.

Joel and Christa are instantly attracted, but will his psychological state prevent them from finding peace and love?



Kate Hill is a vegetarian New Englander who started writing over twenty years ago for pleasure. Since 1996, she has sold over one hundred short stories, novellas, and novels.
She prefers to blend genres, and she loves horror and a happily ever after, so her books can be a bit unusual. If you're looking for romance with witches, aliens, vampires, angels, demons, shapeshifters and more, there's a good chance you'll find something to your taste in her backlist.
When she's not working on her books, Kate enjoys reading, working out, and watching horror movies. She also writes under the name Saloni Quinby.


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  1. I love the guy on the cover of Mysti and Starr. He resembles the acotr, Mads Mikkelson. So hot

    1. I was happy with the cover art, too. Thank you, Katie!

  2. This sounds like a book I would really enjoy.

  3. I like the cover! Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Your book sounds like a great read and thank you for sharing it with us.

  5. New author to me. Sounds like a great series!


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