Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Meet Author Kryssie Fortune and Adam Montgomery—the hero of Desire, Deceit, and the Doctor

About Kryssie

Kryssie writes the sort of hot sexy books she loves to read. If she can sneak a dragon into her paranormal books she will. Her paranormal heroes are muscular werewolves, arrogant Fae or BDSM loving dragons.

Kryssie likes her contemporary heroes ex-military and dominant. Her heroines are kick ass females who can hold their own against whatever life - or Kryssie - throws at them.

Her pet hates are unhappy endings, and a series that ends on a cliff hanger. Her books are all stand alone, even when they’re part of a series. Plot always comes before sex, but when her heroines and heroes get together, the sex is explosive and explicit. 

About Desire, Deceit, and the Doctor.

After Adam Montgomery walked away and left her pregnant, dare Mandy trust him with her heart again?

Twelve years ago, Mandy Devlin moved away from her friends and family--under threat. If she returned in the next ten years or told anyone who fathered her baby, her boyfriend’s great-aunt would bankrupt her family. She’s a single mom who dreams of her lost love and a good spanking. When she’s finally free to return to Westhorpe Ridge, the last person she expects to see is Adam—the man she loved and lost so long ago. 

Dr. Adam Montgomery doesn’t know he has a son. Thanks to his great-aunt’s will, he has nine months to find a bride or he loses Montgomery Hall and the fifteen million dollars she left him. Although he seduces Mandy on his first night home, he still believes she betrayed him twelve years ago. No way would he marry a woman like her. 

As Valentine’s Day looms, someone tries to kill Mandy. Is Adam trying to get rid of her? Or can Mandy trust him to protect them?

Meet Adam Montgomery

Now’s the time to kick back, pour yourself a glass of wine, and meet Adam Montgomery—the hero of Desire, Deceit, and the Doctor.

Adam Montgomery
Age    30
Gender         Male
Ethnicity        Caucasian
Profession    Qualified Doctor

So, Adam, can you describe yourself for the readers?
I’m tall and broad. I keep myself in good shape, but I’m not obsessive about it. My hair’s dark, but I wear it short. Still, since I’ve just left the Army Medical Corps, that won’t surprise you. I’m into most sports, and was the captain of the American Football team in High school. I haven’t played for while though.

Tell us about your time in the Army. I hear you’ve been nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Don’t go thinking I’m some hero. I was in the wrong place when some good friends of mine got pinned down by a sniper. He killed our military escort, shot a couple of my fellow doctors when we’d gone to aid a local village, and cost a brilliant surgeon his career. The sniper’s shot destroyed his hand. I couldn’t sit on my ass and let them bleed out. Of course, I went to attend them, but I got mad. I’m a healer, not a killer, but I used the dead kid’s rifle to shoot the sniper and took out two of his accomplices. It’s not something I’m proud of, but it kept my friends alive.

I’ve heard rumours about your recent inheritance. Would you like to tell everyone where you stand?
Not really, but I promised I’d answer your questions. I inherited a large amount from my great aunt. I’m comfortably off, and I intend buying into Doc McFaddon’s practice now I’ve left the army. Great Aunt Edith was always a little strange. She didn’t care for my sister Abigail, and the way she treated her granddaughter, Jazz, was shocking. Still, Abigail’s married her Marine, and Jazz is wed to my best friend, the local Sheriff. My getting married isn’t on the cards though. Well…not really. Okay, if I marry within the next nine months and stay married for two years, I inherit the rest of my great aunt’s estate. That’s about fifteen million dollars as well as Montgomery Hall. I always planned to start a charity for former service men, but fifteen million blows me away.

So have you picked out your bride yet?
I haven’t dated since high school, but spent four years courting Mandy Devlin. Then she cheated on me. I overreacted and made a scene at our senior prom, but my temper got the better of me. The worst thing is Mandy’s just moved back to Westhorpe Ridge. No matter how much I want to be with her, she’s not the sort of woman I intend to marry. I need to be able to trust my wife, no matter what. Anyway, turns out she linked up with some loser and he left her with a kid. The boy seems a bit headstrong, but considering he’s only got Mandy, he seems to have turned out okay.

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