I can not tell you how excited I am to launch my new feature with the help of Cate Tiernan today as part of the Eternally Yours blog tour. Please welcome Nastasya and Reyn to Book Angel Booktopia to share their ideal Date Night
Nastasya: An ideal date night. Um, I don’t “date.” However, if the Viking God and I were to hang out for an evening, my fantasy would be: Mexican food, for starters. Definitely. And margaritas. Then it would be nice to drive out somewhere, like in the middle of a desert under the stars, and just sit and talk and not talk. Not in the middle of the woods, because of the axe murderer problem. But in the middle of the desert, where you can see anything coming from miles away. A plus. We would talk in the night and the quiet–we have four hundred years of not knowing each other to catch up on. And then of course at some point Reyn’s golden eyes and perfect cheekbones would get to me and I would jump him. Then Dufa would wiggle in between us and kind of spoil the moment but also make the moment sweeter, in a way. Oh, don’t listen to me–I’m getting mushy. I don’t know what’s wrong with me.
Reyn: A date night? I don’t think I’ve ever been on a date. Maybe once in the 1940s. I’m not a good date candidate. But let’s say Lilja and I spent several hours together without ticking each other off. It could happen. First, we’d work on her sword skills. Not just because she needs to because she sucks, but because I just . . . enjoy it. I love sparring with her, seeing her barely controlled fury, her determination to get better. She’s tiny, like a dragonfly, but she’s . . . hard. Time has hardened her, clarified her focus. That’s really . . . attractive. Then we would roll around somewhere because she makes me crazy and I always just want to throw her down somewhere. Maybe too much information. Then we would eat something. Then we would play with Dufa, the most perfect dog ever.
Thank you, Book Angel Booktopia!
Thank you for sharing Nastasya and Reyn’s ideal date night
Synopsis from Fantastic Fiction
After 450 years of living, Nastasya Crowe should have more of a handle on this whole immortal thing….
After a deadly confrontation at the end of Darkness Falls, the second Immortal Beloved novel, Nastasya Crowe is, as she would put it, so over the drama. She fights back against the dark immortals with her own brand of kick-butt magick…but can she fight against true love? In the satisfying finale to the Immortal Beloved trilogy, ex-party-girl immortal Nastasya ends a 450-year-old feud and learns what “eternally yours” really means.
Laced with historical flashbacks and laugh-out-loud dialogue, the Immortal Beloved trilogy is a fascinating and unique take on what it would mean to live forever.