Saturday, December 7, 2013

Logan's Acadian Wolves by Kym Grosso with Interview


Thanks so much for hosting me on my book tour for my new release, Logan’s Acadian Wolves.  I really appreciate the opportunity to do an author interview.  It is great to be here with you and your readers!

1) First, tell us about yourself – where you live, your family, and those sorts of details.

I live in Pennsylvania with my husband, two children, dog and cat. My hobbies include autism advocacy, reading, tennis, zumba, traveling and spending time with my husband and children.  I love traveling just about anywhere that has a beach or snow-covered mountains.

2) How long have you been writing?

I’ve been writing for about five years.  In 2008, I began writing about autism on my own website and published articles in a few magazines.  Then after working on an article about divorce and autism, I began writing a blog for  In March 2012, I published my first romance novel, Kade’s Dark Embrace.

3) Do you have a favorite place to write?

I’ll write just about any place as long as it’s quiet.   But most days, I write sitting in my family room.

4) Why did you decide to write Logan’s Acadian Wolves?

Logan’s Acadian Wolves (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 4) is my latest release and is the next book in the Immortals of New Orleans series.  Logan was Tristan’s beta in Tristan’s Lyceum Wolves (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 3).  Without giving away spoilers, Logan found himself in an unfortunate predicament at the very end of Tristan’s book.  In Logan’s Acadian Wolves, he must rise to the challenges and struggles this new chapter of his life brings as well as find love.

5) Who is your favorite character in your book and why?

I probably couldn’t pick just one.  I’m torn between Tristan and Logan.  They are both uber-sexy Alphas, who both have a great sense of humor.  Even though they are fictional characters, it is funny how they seem so real when I’m writing them.

6) How about your least favorite character?  What makes them less appealing to you?

In the past, I would have said Etienne, only because he wasn’t well defined in Kade’s book.  I can’t say too much more without revealing spoilers.

7) Do you proofread/edit your own books or do you get someone to do that for you?

I have my books professionally edited and then later, proofread.  I also have beta readers read my books prior to the official proofreading.  And after my book is professionally proofread, I give advance copies to street team members to read…the more eyes on it, the better.  As the author of the book, I just don’t catch typos the way others can, probably because I am so used to looking at the manuscript.

8) What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

I’m a mom, so I spend a lot of time doing things with my kids.  I’m a wannabe tennis player who plays a few times a month with my friends but never finishes an actual game.  I also love going to zumba classes and reading.  But my favorite thing to do over the weekend is to relax with my husband on a Saturday night, finally getting some alone time with him after a busy week.

9) Do you read much and if so who are your favorite authors?

I do read a lot, all kinds of romances.  As far as my favorite authors, that is such a difficult question, because there are so many great authors and series out there.  JR Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood is one of my favorite paranormal romance series.  It is an incredibly creative and emotional series of books.  Tina Folsom’s Scanguards series is also a must read for me when it comes to paranormal romance.  In other genres, Olivia Cunning’s Sinners series is another favorite as well as Masters of the Shadowlands series by Cherise Sinclair.  Victoria Danann’s Order of the Black Swan series is also a wonderful series.  Victoria was probably the first author I wrote a fangirl letter to, because I’d just read My Familiar Stranger and that’s how we became friends.

10) Is there one question that you wish that you would be asked in an interview?

The question I love most is about research and how I incorporate it into my books.  While I do a lot of research online, it’s always much easier for me to write about what I know, what I’ve tasted, heard, smelled, seen, etc. There is nothing like the taste of a beignet or the feel of the crowd and street vendors throughout the French Quarter or the sound of street musicians.  During our many trips to New Orleans, my husband and I have done the haunted history/Voodoo/cemetery tours, eaten lots of Cajun and Creole seafood dishes, drank a hurricane (or two), toured the swamps and walked the French Quarter for hours.

When it comes to describing wolves, I visited a wolf sanctuary where I was able to learn more about wolf habitats, behavior, etc.  I also do online research about the wolves.  There are important details that I like to build into my stories.  All of the research helps me describe the scenes with the wolves, how they behave and interact so it reads “more real” so to speak.

Logan’s Acadian Wolves 
Immortals of New Orleans 
Book 4
Kym Grosso

Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance
ISBN-13: 978-1492267799
ISBN-10: 1492267791
Number of pages: Approximately 430 
Word Count: 120,090 words
Cover Artist:  Patricia Schmitt, PickyMe

Book Description:

An erotic paranormal romance...

Deep in the heart of New Orleans, Acadian Wolves’ Alpha, Logan Reynaud, rescues a beautiful woman in the dead of night. Intrigued by the mysterious human, the commanding Alpha is determined to elicit all of her secrets, including her deepest fantasies. After tragedy strikes, Logan discovers dangerous adversaries are planning an attack in his city. Driven by responsibility and honor, Logan must protect both his pack and the woman who’s captivated his attention.

Dr. Wynter Ryan, a leading virologist, is fascinated with her charismatic protector. As the chemistry ignites between her and the dominant Alpha, she relinquishes her ties to the past, embracing ecstasy and submission within his arms and intrepidly acquiescing to her own adventurous instincts. Succumbing to desire, she learns to trust her Alpha, discovering what it means to be wolf.

Passion and mystery on the bayou stirs Logan’s wolf, demanding he claim his mate. Yet Wynter’s a distraction he can’t afford when his priority is to lead his new pack. Will Logan surrender to the uncontrollable need to claim Wynter as his mate? And will he be able to keep her alive, finding the killer who threatens the Acadian Wolves?

Warning: This book contains several erotic love scenes, including m/f/m menage, and is intended for adult readers only.

Other Books in Series:

Kade’s Dark Embrace (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 1)

Luca’s Magic Embrace (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 2)

Tristan’s Lyceum Wolves (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 3)


“Odd vampire, isn’t he?” Wynter noted.
“That he is.  My gut tells me he abides by some code of honor, but don’t ever mistake him for anything but what he is,” Logan warned.
“A monster?”
Logan smiled.  “Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster.”
She laughed. “Another quote?”
“Friedrich Nietzsche,” Logan confirmed.  He took her hands in his. “We have a few hours before it’s time to leave.  I know I should be encouraging you to go relax, take a nap or something sensible like that.”
“Relax, huh?  How ‘bout a bubble bath?  Or a massage?”  She winked and dragged her finger down his chest. 
“A bath sounds good to me as long as I’m in there with you.”  Logan pulled her flush to him, burying his head in her neck and growled. “You drive me crazy, do you know that?  I can’t keep my hands off you.”
Wynter giggled, growing aroused, loving the feel of his warm lips on her skin.  She looked over to the table and gave him a sexy smile.  “My Alpha,” she began seductively.  “You know, I just noticed that this is a really nice table.  Sturdy.  Long.  Hard.”
My Alpha?  Logan’s cock thickened at her words.  The table isn’t the only hard thing in this room, baby.  He glanced to its wooden top then back to her with a smile.  
“African mahogany.  A friend custom made it for me.  You like?”
“Oh I like.  I mean, it looks very functional.  I bet we could get a lot of work done at this table,” she mused with a wink. Meeting his eyes, she gave him a suggestive smile and cocked her eyebrow. She slid her hand down between his legs and cupped his hard arousal.  “You know, I always wondered what it would be like to be a secretary.  I’ve been looking around here, and it seems you’re in need of some assistance.”
Logan hissed, closing his eyes.  Holy shit, that felt amazing.
“How about I fill in for your secretary today?” she asked. “I’m very good at dictation, sir.”  
Wynter had never in her life been so forward.  But after making love to Logan, she craved him more than ever.  As though she were addicted to a drug, she needed more.  The warmth between her legs grew painful.  Feeling flirtatious and horny, she didn’t think it would take very long to entice him into her fantasy. 
Logan eyed Wynter, hardly believing he could be so lucky.  His naughty little wolf wanted a romp in the office?  Seriously?  His brain said ‘no way’, but his burgeoning erection said, ‘hell yes’.  He’d have to be careful not to get carried away.  His wolf wanted this woman in the worst way, sought to claim her.
“Sweetheart, I don’t think you know what you’re askin’.  My wolf, he’s restless.”  He gently nipped at her collarbone, as if to give her fair warning.  If he took her, it was going to be rough and hard.  
“But I do…I know exactly what I’m agreeing to.”  Wynter leaned into Logan and placed a kiss to his chin then dragged her tongue along his bottom lip and kissed him.  
“Do you now?”  Logan grabbed a fistful of her hair, gently pulling her head backwards.  Revealing her neck, he licked at the hollow until she gasped.

About the Author:

Kym Grosso is the author of the erotic paranormal romance series, The Immortals of New Orleans. The series currently includes Kade’s Dark Embrace (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 1), Luca’s Magic Embrace (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 2), Tristan’s Lyceum Wolves (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 3) and Logan’s Acadian Wolves (Immortals of New Orleans, Book 4).

In addition to romance, Kym has written and published several articles about autism, and is passionate about autism advocacy. She writes about autism at and She also is a contributing essay author in the book Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum.

Kym lives with her husband, two children, dog and cat. Her hobbies include autism advocacy, reading, tennis, zumba, traveling and spending time with her husband and children. New Orleans, with its rich culture, history and unique cuisine, is one of her favorite places to visit. Also, she loves traveling just about anywhere that has a beach or snow-covered mountains. On any given night, when not writing her own books, Kym can be found reading her Kindle, which is filled with hundreds of romances.

Twitter: @KymGrosso

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