Sunday, October 9, 2011

Spotlight - Su Halfwerk author of Seeker



About the Author...

Su Halfwerk writes in the horror and paranormal romance genres. From a tender age, the written word left a strong impression on her, later on terrifying, blood-chilling books became the object of her interest. Su’s style in horror combines shuddery terror with elements of surprise; some would even call it an enigmatic twist. In the world of paranormal romance, she transforms the desire to scare into a quest to seduce and tantalize.

Other books by Su Halfwerk:
The books are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online outlets
When not writing, Su is designing book trailers for herself and other authors.

You can find Su online in any of these places:

About the Book...

Seeker
By Su Halfwerk
Genre: sweet paranormal romance

Blurb:

The only obstacle in his quest is his heart.

Andrew Taylor has it all. A flourishing acting career, a stunner of a model as a girlfriend, and a countenance that swoons women right into his arms.

Except, this is not the only life he’s living. He is also a Spirit Hunter tormented by the murder of his wife and daughter and destined to hunt rogue spirits, seeking the one who destroyed his family. Even if that means repressing his needs.

Adoria Hall’s life is turned upside down after an unfair layoff from her job.

Financial pressures force her to accept babysitting a spoiled actor like Andrew. Or so she thinks, until she discovers a lonely heart beating beneath his glamorous fa├žade. Protecting Andrew’s life from harm is her duty, safeguarding her heart is her compulsion.

When the spirits drive the war to Andrew’s turf, he must confront his key enemy to settle the score. Yet, if forced to pick, will Andrew choose to exorcise the one he seeks or will he opt to protect the one he adores?

Publisher's buy link:
Amazon: Not out yet, but should be up in a week or so.


Read the Excerpt...

With the intention of ignoring Helen, Andrew continued toward the door, but he was wrenched backwards. Looking over his shoulder, he saw that Helen had grabbed Adoria’s upper arm and turned her around, pulling him backwards as well in the process. Adoria snapped something at her, and Helen raised her hand as if to slap her. With one hand, Adoria seized Helen’s elbow and pushed the producer to carry on with the momentum of her body, except, Adoria pulled backward and continued steering Helen’s arm until her hand connected with her own face in a loud slap.

The sound echoed in the hushed dining room, everyone stared at the two women, Adoria glaring at Helen, and the other woman holding her cheek, eyes brimming with tears of humiliation and anger.

“Now, this gives a new meaning to bitch slapping,” Andrew mumbled and snickered. He hadn’t meant to say it aloud, he could still think clearly, he believed, but his actions went haywire. A few giggles sounded around them, as he, Adoria, and Steve walked away from a raging executive producer.

They stepped out into the night, the smog, for the first time, invigorated him, reducing his sickness and confusion. The downside to this change was that his senses were centered in his lower region. Adoria’s hips nudging his as they walked didn’t help matters any.

They reached the SUV, and Steve left his side to unlock the door, Andrew thought. He couldn’t take his closeness to Adoria anymore. He intended to move away from her, but instead he pushed her against the car, placed both hands on her waist and leaned into her, grinding that ache against her warm body.

“Andre—”

Desire, so long forgotten, hummed through him. Her breathing caught when he delicately touched her cheekbones and lips with his hand, his lips trailing his fingers’ path. They tasted her, teased her. He was driving himself insane, just as he did to her, for her body reacted to his touch, her breasts pushed against his chest in an inviting challenge.

Andrew, stop! You will ruin everything, Gruesome shouted in his head, but he ignored his Guide.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

There's nothing little about the North Star, or the Laymour, as known in Seeker. The Laymour is where spirits await judgment. 

Laymour guests—the ones who are truthful enough with themselves to know that they were badasses in life—will try to escape it. That's where Andrew Taylor steps in. He is a Spirit Hunter charged with the hefty task of dispatching back the spirits who succeed in escaping the Laymour and return to earth hitchhiking a living person. None of these spirits are good. Some return for personal reasons, others to escape judgment. Andrew doesn't really care; it just isn't right to share your body with a parasite.

By day, Andrew Taylor is a sought after and a successful actor, but by night he is the Spirit Hunter who will do anything in his power to evacuate our system from those leeches. However, with great power comes great responsibility, and in return for the powers he's endowed with, he must obey Laymour's rules, especially one that if broken it can be to him like kryptonite to Superman.

It isn't easy, but he shoulders his duty with the hope that he will avenge his family.

Life is full of challenges, and Andrew faces a tempting one when he meets and then hires Adoria. 

Their attraction grows from a mere twinkle to a bonfire. Andrew is faced yet with another challenge and a big choice to make. What will he choose?

Su is giving a couple of her fans a chance to win a $25 Amazon GC and a .pdf of her book, Seekers~!!  Isn't that