Helen Johnston stopped by
and she brought
What's the title?
What's the genre?
What's the setting?
It’s set in England and France.
What are the names of your leading characters?
Blake and Siobhan
What are 3 things you want to share about each of the characters to named?
Blake is an Elder vampire, which means he was born one, not turned, he’s over four hundred years old and has the most beautiful piercing green eyes.
Siobhan is human and only eighteen when this great love starts. She learns that love comes in many different forms, but true love once found is hard to let go of.
What can you tell us about the story in 3-5 sentences?
Innocence Lost is basically a love story, the corny saying “love can conquer all.” You are taken on a journey with twists in it. There are characters to fall in love with, to hate, and everything in between. Vampires that have fangs, and do bite, but not necessarily on the neck... Plenty of hot steamy sex that will tease your senses and leave you craving more...
So tells us where can we buy your book(s).
Here's all three of Helen's books Don't mess a one!
Well, there you go.. hot Vampies. Some people like them, some don't, and some just eat them up.
I grew up in my family's home in the County of Hampshire, England. My childhood dreams were filled with the desire to become a dancer. An only child, but I was never alone, my years were spent entertained with my vivid imagination. I met and married my husband not long after leaving school and soon after our son was born. My family is made complete with my two cats that are spoiled rotten, which results in them often thinking they rule the home.
My life consisted of home life and a few jobs in the retail industry and my vivid imagination refused to stay quiet. So combined with my love of erotica and all things vampire I decided to try my hand at writing and has never looked back.
Thank you, Helen Johnston for letting us get to know you.
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