I’ve written about Rebecca Royce’s books before. She’s an author who is as comfortable writing sci-fi romances as she is paranormal romances, and lately, contemporary romance. This week, the second to last book in her Last Hope series releases. The first book in this series, Tradition Be Damned, is one of my favorite books of all time. Needless to say, I’m very excited to see what is happening with her dystopian, demon-filled world.
So—in anticipation of this release, I got Rebecca Royce to play This or That with me. Enjoy!
Which 80’s song is best suited to this world? Dont Stop Believing? Or Karma Chameleon?
RR: Karma Chameleon
Is your main character more likely to shop at Hot Topic or Forever 21?
RR: Forever 21
Are Krystal’s love interests and guards more football or soccer?
Who is more likely to survive in your world—a fast talking heroine with good running shoes or a shy heroine with a firm grasp of archeology and a great hat?
RR: A shy heroine with a firm grasp of archeology and a great hat.
If you had to choose one of these characters to transport into your world would you choose Nancy Drew or Anne of Green Gables?
RR: Nancy Drew
If you could choose a director for the movie version of this book would it be Steve Spielberg or JJ Abrams?
RR: JJ Abrams
Who would make better guards? Iron Man, Hulk, Hawk Eye, and Captain America? Or Black Panther, Winter Soldier, Ant Man, and Black Widow?
RR: Black Panther, Winter Soldier, Ant Man, and Black Widow.
Compassion Be Damned releases this week, and I can’t wait! Here’s a blurb:) Have a great day everyone! Ripley
It is the end of days…
Krystal has spent years locked in isolation, enduring torture day after day. It might drive a lesser woman mad. Her sudden freedom leads to a journey across the forbidding landscape. Unexpected allies appear, and new challenges block their path. Embracing every opportunity as a chance, Krystal must trust these five lost souls, her wild ability to heal, and most of all—herself.
They owe a debt they cannot pay…
Titus, Paden, Zeke, Ryland, and Jett spent years in bespelled servitude. Slaves to the unforgivable, they seek to atone for misdeeds beyond their power. Discovering a Sister alone in the woods, they pledge themselves to her service. Saving Krystal is more than a means to an end, though, as one by one she restores their hope, love, and faith. They will need all of their strength and hers. Loving her saved them, but losing her may save the world.