Kaitlyn Davis graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in Writing Seminars. She's been writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and is overjoyed to finally share her work with the world. She currently lives in New York City and dreams of having a cockapoo puppy of her own.
"With one last look, one final search of the lines of his face for some sign, Kira turned and ran away from the sound of the man she loved laughing in the face of her death."
When Kira Dawson moves to South Carolina, she meets Luke, a blond goofball who quickly becomes her best friend, and Tristan, a mysterious bad boy who sends shivers down her spine. Kira knows they're keeping secrets, but when she discovers Tristan's lust for blood and her own dormant mystical powers, Kira is forced to fight for her life and make the heartbreaking decision between the familiar comfort of friendship and the fiery passion of love.
Ignite is the first book in the Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.
"Slowly, like a whisper almost blown away in the wind, two words streaked across her mind: 'Kiss me.'"
Kira may have survived the eclipse, but her troubles are far from over. She's headed to Sonnyville with one goal in mind: to learn more about her parents. But with Luke and Tristan competing for her heart and Diana gunning for her head, time is running out on the search for her mother. And the closer Kira gets to answers, the more terrified she becomes. The conduits fear her, the vampires fear her, and Kira is starting to wonder if maybe they're right...
Simmer is the second book in the thrilling Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.
“Kira gulped, unable to stop the growing sense that everything in her world was about to change.”
With Aldrich’s note burning a hole in her pocket, Kira is off to England to finally reunite with her birth mother. But what begins as a dream quickly turns to a nightmare and Kira is left questioning everything she has ever known. Can she be the conduit Luke wants her to be? Can she be the rebel Tristan needs her to be? Or is she something else? Something no one, not even Aldrich, ever saw coming…
Blaze is the third book in the thrilling Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.
“All it did was remind Kira that time was running out. That she needed to choose. Or a lot more than a forest would burn. The whole world would crumble."
Aldrich escaped…again. Tristan forgot…everything. And Luke, well, Luke was getting more than a little impatient. But those were the least of Kira’s concerns, because something else happened in England—something she was trying desperately to forget. A wedge of evil had lodged itself in her heart, a little black hole had nestled into her flames, and it wasn’t going away—not anytime soon…and maybe not ever.
Scorch is the fourth and final book in the thrilling Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.
Q) What inspired you to write the Midnight Fire Series?I've always loved vampire lore (what up, Buffy!) and I've always known I wanted to write a book that somehow involved vampires. But I never knew what it would be until I was walking on the beach, lost in a daydream, and it suddenly hit me—the sun! Magical beings who fought vampires by channeling the sun! Once that idea came to fruition, the story just flowed out of me.
Q) How long did it take you to write?
I got the initial idea for the Midnight Fire Series when I was a sophomore in college, and continued to outline and write bits of the story while I was still in school. But it wasn't until after I graduated that I actually sat down and wrote the entire first novel, Ignite. A year and a half later, the last book, Scorch, is publishing. A little crazy, right? Sometimes I have a hard time believing how quickly the last year has gone by.
Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
Bringing my characters to life! Somehow, during the transition from my brain to my computer, they become real people, with real lives and real emotions. I just love telling their stories.
Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
The self-doubt! When I write, I put my heart and soul into the story. But as the on-sale date creeps closer, there is always that nagging feeling that no one will like it. I guess taking a leap of faith is just part of the process!
Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
Kate Middleton. Disney gave me unrealistic expectations in life and I want to be a princess for a day! :-)
Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
Yes! Just cleaned out my fridge two days ago...but I still have a week old bowl of soup covered in saran wrap in there. I might have taken out the trash, but that doesn’t mean I wanted to do the dishes too!
Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
Right now, I'm working on a young adult fantasy novel! And after that, I have no idea!
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