In honor of the Midsummer's Eve Giveaway Hop (which will run from June 20th-June 26th, where I (with thanks to the author) will give a copy of Succubus Lost by Tiffany Allee away, I have a character interview with Valerio Costa, the hot agent from Succubus Lost.
Find my review for Succbus Lost here.
find my review for Banshee Charmer (First book in "From the Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency") here.
S: Thanks for agreeing to do this interview, Agent Costa. To break the ice, could you tell me where you grew up?
C: I spent my childhood in Italy, but moved to New York when I was still in grade school. I've moved around a lot since then.
S: Would you say your childhood was happy? Why? Why not?
C: My, aren't we curious? My childhood was a good one. Moved around a lot, but kids get used to that. Always had my parents and my brother, so I was set.
S: What is it like to be a salamander?
C: Easier now that the relations between normals and oh-dubs have settled down. Not that being a salamander is the roughest otherworlder to be, hiding what I am is far easier than it might be for a vampire or a succubus. But it's definitely easier these days.
And I never have to look for a match.
S: How did you end up with The Otherworlder Enforcement Agency?
C: I grew up traveling the world, and I always wanted to be a cop. The OWEA keeps me moving around a lot, which I enjoyed. But I think I'll try to say a little closer to home now. I hear they have an opening in the Chicago office for cases that will mainly keep me close to home.
S: What’s your greatest talent?
C: Well my greatest talent out of the bedroom is my ability to light things on fire. Coincidentally, that's my greatest talent inside the bedroom too.
S: Do you have any regrets? What are they?
C: Hell, I have plenty of regrets. Most of which I'm not really enthused about sharing. If you must know, my biggest regret is treating Marisol badly when we first met because of something that happened long before I met her. But don't worry your pretty head about it. I make it up to her on a daily basis.
S: What is it like to be in a relationship with Marisol Whitman, a succubus?
C: It's hella frustrating and fantastic. She's a great woman, and her succubus nature makes her sexy as hell. Of course, that means I have to glare at other men a lot more than I used to. And I'm occasionally tempted to hit them for staring a little too long. But, I'm having the time of my life with her.
S: How was it like working with her on a case?
C: Maddening and invigorating. I was so on edge through the whole case. Half angry with her for things another succubus had done, half out of my mind attracted to her. But she's damn good at what she does, and I was lucky to work with her.
S: How would you describe yourself in one sentence?
C: Hot. *winks*
S: Last question. Are you on a case right now? Could you perhaps tell me something about it?
C: Sorry, but I can't talk about an ongoing investigation. And I'll kindly warn you not to press the issue.
Tiffany Allee currently lives in Phoenix, AZ, by way of Chicago and Denver, and is happily married to a secret romantic. She spends her days working in Corporate America while daydreaming about sexy heroes, ass-kicking heroines, and interesting ways to kill people (for her books, of course). Her nights are reserved for writing and bothering her husband and cats (according to them). Her passions include reading, chocolate, travel, wine, and family.
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