April 11th, 2009
Book of the Day: Immortal Danger, by Cynthia Eden




Once, Maya Black was a kick-ass cop patrolling the streets of L.A. She still keeps the city safe, but nowadays her bad guys of choice include demons, werewolves, and assorted nocturnal scum. Something Maya knows a thing or two about. She’s a vampire—and not thrilled about it. Payback meet bitch.

Adam Brody hopes Maya is as dangerous as they say she is. He needs her to help rescue his niece Cammie from a ruthless band of vamps, and he’s willing to pay—in blood. Trusting her is another matter. Adam has never met a vampire who doesn’t lie. Then again, he’s never met anyone like Maya, who fills him with a desperate need that ignites into explosive, no-holds-barred encounters…

Where you can find Cynthia:

Web site

Author bio: Award-winning author Cynthia Eden writes tales of paranormal romance and romantic suspense. Her publishers include Kensington Brava, Grand Central, Avon Red, Red Sage, and ImaJinn Books. Cynthia loves reading romance books, watching scary movies, and making up stories for a living.

Interview Questions:

1.) How did you get started in writing and how long have you been doing it? I’ve always wanted to write (I know—most writers say that, right?) I wrote my first book when I was 18—and I won’t even say how many years ago that was! I sold to ImaJinn Books, a small paranormal press in 2004, and I’ve been writing pretty much constantly since then.

2.) What genres/subgenres are your favorites to write within and do you have any aspirations to write outside your current genres/subgenres. Try something new? I absolutely love writing paranormal romance. Love it—and I hope I’ll always be able to write my stories about monsters and magic. But, as I was writing my paranormal tales for Kensington Brava, I realized something—I had just as much fun writing about the suspense elements as I did the supernatural plotlines. So, yes, I’m going to write outside my current genre.  I’ve recently been offered a contract to write straight romantic suspenses (no monsters!) for Grand Central Publishing. My plan is to write both my paranormals and my romantic suspense stories—I just hope readers like them!

3.) What are you working on now and what releases do you have coming up? IMMORTAL DANGER, my latest paranormal romance (with a strong focus on vampires) releases on 3/31/09. I’ll have another paranormal release on June 30th—MIDNIGHT’S MASTER, the last book in my Midnight trilogy will be published by Kensington Brava I’m currently working on the second book in my romantic suspense series. This series is about the SSD—the Serial Services Division in the FBI. My agents track and apprehend serials (rapists, killers, arsonists). This particular story is very gritty and dark and I am having a great time with the characters.

4.) Anything else you’d like to share? I appreciate you taking the time to interview me, Anya! Thanks! And thank you to all of the readers who have written to me about my stories! I always love to hear from people who have read my books. Thank you!

Readers, here is the contest part. Answer this question in the comments to be entered in a drawing for a copy of IMMORTAL DANGER. Check back to tomorrow for the announcement of the winner. The winner will have until May 5th (that’s the last day of the contest) to contact me in order to collect the prize. This contest IS open to non-US entrants.

You have to leave this planet/reality. What world/alternate reality from a book/TV series/movie do you choose to relocate in and why?:

Cynthia says: Hmmm…tough question. Okay, I choose to relocate to a “galaxy far, far away.” Why? Two words: Han Solo. I will fly on the Millennium Falcon with that man any day. Or night.

Okay, blog readers, now you tell us where YOU would relocate.

65 comments to “Book of the Day: Immortal Danger, by Cynthia Eden”

  1. I would definitely want to relocate to Sherrilyn Kenyon’s world of the Dark Hunters. Those guys are HOT! 😈

    Rhonda 😎

  2. Oooooooooooohhhhhhhhhh….I know this!!
    I’d choose JD Robb’s futuristic world…….there are a bunch that tempt me (Cascadia wolves, Demons) but what clinches it is the body sculpting, lol. That world just sounds like the world for me!! I can be tall and thin with a few body adjustments………and live to be 120!! YEAH!!!

  3. OK am I the only goofy one who think it’d be a hoot to travel with the Jetsons 🙂

  4. Very tough question! I think I’ll go with Robin D. Owens’ Celta, as long as I could have some sort of strong Flair (magical talent) and a Fam (animal companion you can communicate with.) I love her “Heart” series set on Celta.

  5. The child in me want to go to Narnia to hang out with the Pevensie siblings and to meet Prince Caspian and Aslan. I love animals and it’s the perfect fantasy world for me.

  6. What a great post!

    This is a rather hard one for me because I like all genres in romance – tough paranormal is one of my favs.

    I would say somewhere where parallel worlds and time travel are possible. Also, somewere mythical/mystical – faes, fairies, weres, vamps, unicorns, etc. roamed. Legend a 1980ish movie (one of Tom Cruise’s 1sts) and Neverending Story came to mind as they were childhood favs (ofcourse would have the weres etc I mentioned earlier – more adult based).

    Pam S

  7. This is a great question! I think I’d choose to be a professor at Hogwarts if possible. There are a lot of awesome fictional worlds, but I think I’d prefer to be somewhere with lots of libraries and preferably indoor plumbing.

  8. Tough question. I would relocate to the ‘Sookie Stackhouse’ reality with shape shifters and outed vampires. Plus, in the TV series, ‘True Blood’, Jason Stackhouse is gorgeous. Who cares if he turns into a were-panther in the book series.

  9. I wouldn’t mind being in the Bewitched series or the old tv show “Out of This World” with Evie. I loved that show.

  10. I would want to Pern. A land with dragons and the like would be so kewl. I want to be a Dragon Rider myself. Oh ya.

    That or can I live in a world where the Fae are real and living large, a world where being who I am is good enough for someone.

  11. I’d love to go to Judy Mays aliens world. any of them would be fine.

  12. I like this question. I would live in the Tri Cities in Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson. Why? I world with hot male werewolves and vampires. Definitely count me in.

  13. Hi Cynthia,

    Romantic Suspense sounds like a good new genre for you. I know I enjoy reading the romantic suspense you have in you Midnight series.
    To the question,I’d love to live in Michele Bardsley’s Broken Heart. A city full of hot paranormals 😀

    Hugs, Danette

  14. There are a lot of good answers already, but I’m torn between Larissa Ione’s Demonica world and Kara Griffin’s world in Cosmic Chemistry, especially planet Appaloosa.

  15. I wish I had a blog! But I feel like it would be cheating to create one just for this, so… I told my roommates and fiance about the contest!