Exclusive Interview with Felicity Heaton author of HER ANGEL Series



Her Avenging Angel (Her Angel Romance Series Book 7)
Felicity Heaton
Once a proud angel of Heaven, Nevar is now a servant of Hell, bound to a new master—the King of Demons. Consumed by darkness and driven to seek revenge, he set in motion a series of events that awakened the Great Destroyer, a force that will bring about the apocalypse. Now, he is the creature’s master and the fate of our world rests in the hands of an angel with only darkness in his heart.

Lost in the mortal realm without any recollection of how she came to be there, Lysia is only aware that she has survived a great battle. When she stumbles into a demon bar, she finds more than a chance to discover what happened to her—she finds a dark and deadly angel warrior who stirs fire in her veins and awakens soul-searing passion she cannot deny.

With the mounting threat of the Great Destroyer, the forces of Heaven and Hell against him, and a band of dangerous angels intent on capturing Lysia on his heels, can Nevar protect the beautiful woman who is light to his darkness and find the strength to save the world?

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Her Avenging Angel – Excerpt
Nevar turned down the alley that would bring him to Cloud Nine.

He stopped and frowned. The sign was off and there was no queue of mortals, but the club was open. What was going on? Only one way to find out. He walked towards the door.

The bouncer acknowledged him with a jerk of his chin and he pushed past the huge demon male and stepped into the club.

The lights were on inside, the colourful ones above the bar bathing the area and the demons milling around along its length. No music though.

No mortals.

His gaze sought the female he had met before, although he wasn’t sure why. It had been days since his last visit. She would be long gone, and it was stupid of him to hope that she would still be around, or remotely interested in him.

He headed for the bar, his eyes still scanning the demons for the woman even when he told himself to let her go and shove her out of his head.

A blonde cut into his path, her hands firmly planted on her hips, pale against her red jeans. A flicker of darkness danced in her eyes. Her stance caused her chest to jut upwards, showing off ample cleavage in her low cut black camisole. She narrowed her gaze on him and looked as if she was about to lose her pretty fa├žade, revealing the hideous monster that lurked beneath her skin.

The boss.

And she was pissed about something.

He scanned the club again, frowning as he noticed that the demons present were jittery too, disturbed for some reason. Had something happened?

If it had, he wasn’t sure why the boss was holding him responsible, and the intense glare she was giving him said she definitely thought it was his fault.

“Do something,” she snapped, sharp teeth flashing between her glossy red lips, and flicked her short hair away from her face.

He arched an eyebrow down at her. “I don’t follow. What is your problem?”

She turned and pointed, and the crowd parted.

Nevar’s jaw almost dropped.

The female was there, curled up and sleeping on the grimy black bar top, naked again.

But not exposed.

Dark leathery wings wrapped around her slender form, cocooning her.

His feet moved of their own accord, carrying him across the room to her, unable to resist the powerful pull he felt towards her. The demons stepped back, making more room and allowing him and the boss to pass and approach the female.

What was she?

He cocked his head and his eyes darted over her before settling on her face. She was even more beautiful in sleep, her face soft and peaceful.

“She’s been sleeping there since the other night and she’s ruining my business. I can’t let mortals in when there’s a demon asleep on the bar.” The bite in the boss’s tone caused several demons nearby to edge further away and exchange nervous glances. “Do something.”

The blonde had a reputation as a hard-ass bitch with a temper, but he was damned if she was going to order him around. He had enough bosses in his life already.

“Tell her to leave then.” He cast her a glance as he folded his arms across his chest and shrugged. “It’s not my problem.”

She flashed twin rows of deadly sharp teeth on a hiss. “I tried that… and the bitch attacked me and started ranting. None of us could understand her.”

Nevar struggled to hold back the grin that tried to curve his lips as he thought about the boss getting a taste of her own medicine, served to her by such a delicate looking female. It was probably long past due and was definitely time someone had the balls to stand up to the demon owner of Cloud Nine.

He looked back at the woman sleeping on the bar and drew closer to her, feeling light and hazy as he approached her, as if he wasn’t quite with the world.

She had refused to leave the club. Why?

He had his answer when her eyelids fluttered and slowly opened, revealing sleep-filled hazel eyes that brightened as they settled on him.

She sat up, her black wings falling away from her body to drape across the bar top.

“I waited for you.”

He felt strange on hearing those words leaving her soft lips, as if they had cast a spell on him all over again and pulled him deep under it, leaving him suffused with warmth and peace.

“Can you understand the bitch like the bartenders said you could?” the boss said from beside his elbow and he nodded.

“I can. I don’t speak her language but I know what she’s saying, and she understands English.”

The blonde snarled, “Tell her to leave then or things will get ugly.”

Nevar had no doubt that things would only get ugly for the boss. The little female on the bar could probably lay the whole club to waste without breaking a sweat. What was she?

“I shall ask her nicely for you.” Nevar smirked at the boss and then turned his attention back to the female. “You have to leave.”

Her face lit up, she hopped down from the bar, landing close to him, her bare body almost brushing his, and smiled. “I will leave with you.”

Not quite what he had said and far from what he had intended, but he didn’t have the heart to tell her. He stared down into her eyes, picking out all the flecks of gold amongst green, lost in her all over again.

She stretched, raising her arms high above her head and flashing the entire room. Several of the male demons suddenly looked less nervous and more as if they might risk their balls by pouncing on her.

Nevar growled at them all and used his powers to produce jeans and a top.

He shoved them at her. “Dress.”

She took them and stared down at them, and he began to wonder if she had any concept of clothing and dressing herself.

He snarled at her. “Put them on or I swear I will break your wings off and dress you myself.”

She shrank back against the bar and curled her wings behind her, shielding them with her body as she eyed him with a flicker of fear colouring her face and her feelings.

Nevar sighed, pinched the bridge of his nose and breathed slowly. Utter bastard. Maybe he was better off in Hell, stuck in a room on guard duty, away from the world. He wasn’t fit to be near other people, and definitely not her.

He drew in another slow breath, exhaled it and lowered his hand to his side.

“You cannot walk around naked,” he said, trying a gentler approach, one worthy of such a beautiful female. “You must dress.”

She nodded, turned her back on him and set the clothes down on the bar. When she grabbed the jeans and bent forwards to put them on, flashing her bare backside at every male in the bar, Nevar growled and called his wings. They burst from his back, knocking a few of the demon males away, and he used them to shield her from their hungry eyes.

She shimmied into the black jeans and then held the silver-grey halter-top up, staring at it for so long that he realised she wasn’t sure how it worked and was trying to figure it out.

“Here.” He caught hold of her left wrist and spun her to face him, doing his best to keep her shielded by his black feathered wings and keep his eyes off her bare breasts. He took the top from her and eyed her leathery wings. “Can you make them go away?”

She shook her head. “Not right now. I am hungry. Weak. I require sustenance.”

“Same here.” But he didn’t think he was going to get his order of pulled pork buns and chicken wings now. The boss would kick him out as soon as the female was dressed and ready to leave.

He sighed again and pushed the image of delicious food from his mind. He could find somewhere to eat once he had lured her out of the club and ditched her.

He crouched in front of her and opened the tube of material that formed the lower half of the halter-top. “We will do this the hard way then. Step into it.”

She did as instructed and he slowly tugged the top up her long legs, biting back a groan as the feel of her thighs against his hands and his position had him instantly rock hard in his loincloth. No one would notice with his armour in place, but he didn’t like how quickly his body responded to her, or that they might see the effect she had on him.

She might see.

Was it because she was a demon and he was subconsciously thinking about her giving him Euphoria? Was his body hard-wired to see a female demon now and automatically prepare for sex?

He ground his teeth and cursed himself.

If it was, then it was his own damned fault.

He would ditch her as soon as he could and continue his mission, and forget all about Euphoria. He didn’t need it. He wouldn’t go back to whoring himself for a fix. It wasn’t worth the pain and humiliation.

If he wanted pain and humiliation, he could just return to Hell.

“Pull it up over your chest.” Nevar averted his gaze and rose to his feet.

She wriggled in the corner of his vision and then grumbled something as her arms moved. She waved the two lengths of fabric that were designed to hold the top up.

“What do these do?”

Nevar took them and placed them around her neck, and slowed as her silken hair brushed his skin and the heat of her washed over him, becoming painfully aware of how close she was to him, the bar at her back stopping her from being able to move away.

He breathed in her sweet dewy fragrance and savoured the soft warmth of her skin as his thumbs brushed her neck. He drank in her beauty as she tilted her head back, bringing her eyes up to his, and listened to her breathing as it hitched with each sweep of his skin across hers. She filled all of his senses, stealing his awareness of the world from him and narrowing it down to only her. He stared down into her eyes, mesmerised by the way they widened and overflowed with dark allure, and how her lips parted, tempting him to taste her and making him hunger for her.

He swallowed hard, forgetting what he was meant to be doing, transfixed by her and lost in the moment.

“I told you not to linger.” Asmodeus’s deep voice rumbled through the silent room and shattered the spell she had cast on Nevar. “I should have known you would.”

Nevar drew back and looked over his right shoulder, towards his dark master.

Asmodeus’s golden eyes fell on the female and widened. “What is she?”

Nevar kept asking himself the same thing.


Her Avenging Angel is available from Amazon Kindle, Kobo Books, Barnes and Noble Nook, Apple iBooks stores and other retailers. Also available in paperback.

Books in the Her Angel paranormal romance series:
Book 1: Her Dark Angel – FREE in ebook at selected retailers

Exclusive Interview with the Amazing
Felicity Heaton!!!

Where do you find your inspiration? 

I’m inspired by anything and everything. Music. Movies. TV. Books. Things I hear or read. Taking a walk. A smell. A city. It can be absolutely anything. I have an awesome muse. He’s a powerhouse of story ideas and characters. They just walk into my head most of the time and I listen to them and go from there.


  How did you come up with the ideas for your stories? 

I don’t actually do anything to come up with them. It’s very rare for me to have to sit down and think hard about a character or story. I don’t force them to come to me. I just let them come instead. I’m very fortunate to have a crazily active imagination, a deeply romantic streak, and an amazing muse. It really helps. I’m always sitting in around 30 ideas for books waiting for me to write them. It’s just finding the time to actually write them that’s the problem!


  Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing? 

Sometimes pulling together my outline for a book can be very challenging. I write to a full outline broken into rough chapters. Because I don’t write more than one book at a time, I have to scribble down ideas in a word document as they come to me. I’ll have a word document filled with ideas for one book and then I’ll have to take all those pieces and somehow make them into an outline I can follow when I’m writing the first draft. It can be quite challenging and frustrating, but it’s also quite fun. I love that moment when it all clicks and comes together and I realise that it’s ready for me to write it. It’s very exciting.


  What is for you the perfect book hero? Heroine?

I like my hero and heroine to have their problems. I want them to be real like that. I don’t want some perfect shiny hero and heroine that have zero faults. Everyone has faults, issues, bad things in their past that have shaped them. For me, a hero and heroine need to have things they have to overcome to be together and they need to be strong enough to do that. Even better if they overcome those things by coming together and helping each other.


  Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? 

No, I don’t really write messages into my books. If there’s a theme or a message, it’s usually coincidental. I never intend to do it. It just happens. I guess some of my books have messages about love, people, and life, but I only tend to notice them when a reviewer or reader points them out to me.


  Tell us about your first book. 

To be honest, I can’t remember the first book I wrote, but I’m fairly certain it was probably quite bad. I’ve written over 55 stories, so it’s become impossible to remember which came first back in 2005 when I began writing. It probably wasn’t even a paranormal romance. I was dabbling in historical, fantasy and contemporary romances back then.


  What would readers find different about the first one and your most recent published work?

I think they would notice how much my style has changed, and my writing improved. I’ve worked very hard to keep making improvements to my skill as a writer. I’ve also learned to embrace my passion for a little darkness and a lot of action in my books, and it’s great that I can be true to myself and readers really respond to it. My damaged heroes are above and beyond my most popular characters and I’m glad as I love writing them. The darker the better for me.


  Does music play any type of role in your writing? 

Yes, I use music to help fuel my emotions so I can capture them and get them into my stories. Music plays a very important role for me. Sometimes it helps me tap into a character’s personality or mood, other times it helps me write killer fight scenes, and at other times it really helps me get emotion and passion into my love scenes.


  What books have influenced your life most? 

I’m not really influenced by other author’s works. I would probably say that the most influential books I read were the ones I read as a young child, when I was first starting out in reading. I have book reports where I’m crazily enthusiastic about the books I read that had vampires, werewolves, monsters, or witches etc in them. I think my love of the paranormal genre stemmed from those early days of reading.


  Can you share a little of your current work with us? 

Not without giving spoilers, and I’m not very big on spoiling things for my readers. I think they all know what I’m working on and I do share snippets with them, but I won’t reveal anything major about a book. I’m actually working on four books right now, so it’s a bit difficult to share anything from them as I don’t really have a single work in progress. They’re all set in the same world, which is my Eternal Mates series, and I know that my readers are eagerly awaiting them, which is awesome.

The next book I’m releasing is Hunted by a Jaguar and that’s the fourth novel in the Eternal Mates series. It’s about a character we met in the first book, Kissed by a Dark Prince, who is a jaguar shifter and owns a nightclub. I can’t say much about his heroine without giving spoilers, and can’t really say much about the plot either. It’s so difficult. Normally, I could probably mention things like the heroine and plot but with this one it would give too much away.

Readers can check out the first three novels in the series over at my website: http://www.felicityheaton.co.uk/eternal-mates-paranormal-romance-series.php


  What is your favorite guilty pleasure?  

I love playing PlayStation or watching anime. Sometimes it will interfere with my work and I have to be strict with myself and treat them like a reward for when I’ve done a decent day’s work. I’m having that problem right now. I just want to be sitting on the couch playing Destiny on my PS4, but I have a book to edit.


  here is an easy one... What is your favorite color?

Purple. That was definitely easy.


  Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers? 

Thanks for reading and I hope my books will continue to entertain you, transport you to new worlds, and fill your heart with new book boyfriends.


About Felicity Heaton:
Felicity Heaton is a New York Times and USA Today international best-selling author writing passionate paranormal romance books. In her books, she creates detailed worlds, twisting plots, mind-blowing action, intense emotion and heart-stopping romances with leading men that vary from dark deadly vampires to sexy shape-shifters and wicked werewolves, to sinful angels and hot demons! If you're a fan of paranormal romance authors Lara Adrian, J R Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Gena Showalter and Christine Feehan then you will enjoy her books too.
If you love your angels a little dark and wicked, the best-selling Her Angel series is for you. If you like strong, powerful, and dark vampires then try the Vampires Realm series or any of her stand-alone vampire romance books. If you’re looking for vampire romances that are sinful, passionate and erotic then try the best-selling Vampire Erotic Theatre series. Or if you prefer huge detailed worlds filled with hot-blooded alpha males in every species, from elves to demons to dragons to shifters and angels, then take a look at the new Eternal Mates series.

If you want to know more about Felicity, or want to get in touch, you can find her at the following places:


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