Thursday, September 25, 2008

Please Welcome Author...Moira Rogers!!

Hello, and thanks to the Deadly Vixens for hosting me today! My name is Bree, and I’m one of the two twisted minds behind the shared penname Moira Rogers. Along with my partner in crime, Donna, I spend my nights penning dark and dangerous tales of the paranormal, and those things that go bump (and grind) in the night. I’m here today to talk about our Last Call Series, books featuring supernatural creatures with paranormal needs, and a bar they can visit to find some relief.

The Idea

The premise for the bar started with one idea: no matter how hard they try to blend in with human society, supernaturals will always have needs that would expose them at best, or cause serious bodily harm at worst. We envisioned a bar that was highly exclusive—supernaturals only—and outfitted with all of the finest in both magical and mundane security. In fact, the very first hero is a werewolf who also happens to be a high-tech security specialist.

The Specialty Menu

The focal point of the series (and the reason each title is named after a drink!) is the Specialty Menu. We figured it could be hard to make sure everyone was on the same page as far as those exotic supernatural needs went, so we came up with a system: carefully coded drinks, each with their own symbolism and long tradition, so that everyone in the bar will know exactly what you're looking for. Order a drink, get a room key. As it says on the menu, Last Call's Specialty Menu provides supernaturals with a chance to find someone who is willing and able to accommodate those otherworldly needs in a safe, magically controlled and human-free environment. ;)

Current Titles

Kamikaze: Werewolf in heat, looking for a temporary mate.

Zoe Bennett is an inexperienced werewolf in the grip of her mating cycle. With no pack and no mate, Zoe must brave the supernatural crowds of Last Call, the bar where your drink order tells everyone what you need.

The chase is on, and security specialist Connor O'Malley intends to win, if only because the sweet young woman at the bar looks unprepared for what the night might bring, in and out of the bedroom. Little does he know that, when he catches her, he may not be satisfied being just a temporary mate.

Hurricane: Contents under magical pressure, experience required.

Artist and witch Fiona Logan hasn't had an orgasm since a bitter ex cursed her five years ago. Whenever she gets aroused, bad things happen. Now, she's come to Last Call in hopes of gaining an audience with--and help from--its owner, a powerful wizard named Benito D'Cruze. If anyone can break the curse, it's him. And if he won't come downstairs to meet with her, she'll bump and grind until his bar caves in from the backlash.

Ben doesn't get involved with patrons....not even the hot, sexually frustrated ones. But when a lush looking blonde threatens to wreck his bar with her curse and her need, he decides it's time to take matters--and her--into his own hands. After all, even if he can't break the curse, he can certainly ease her frustration. And what powerful wizard doesn't love a challenge?

If you’re interested in learning more about Last Call, you can find plenty of tidbits, excerpts and information about upcoming releases at our website: And I leave you with the promise that one lucky blog reader will be winning BOTH of the current Last Call titles! That should get you ready for the release of the third Last Call book last month: Tequila Sunrise. (Looking for domination.)

5 deadly screams:

Judith Leger said...

Oh, I like them, Bree and Donna (aka Moira). Both stories sound great. Gonna add them to my tbr list!

Wishing you all the best and blessings!


Cathy said...

What great prizes. I love paranormal stories, and adding a bit of magic just makes it a lot more interesting. Plus I got a kick out of reading the excerpts.

Gracen Miller said...

Hi, Moira! Thanks so much for blogging with us today! It is an honor having you.

Loved these two books, btw. They sound awesome. I am going to add them to my tbr pile. Too bad it's a mile long. Hmmm....It might need some adjusgment.

Gracen Miller said...

Oh, Good Lord...I misspelled adjustments. lol I almost did it again writing this.

Gracen Miller said...

Please see Saturday's Weekly Contest blog post to enter for your chance to win BOTH of the current Last Call books!!!!!