Dream Cast & Giveaway: Counterpart by K.J. Hunter-Brown (Blog Tour)

Posted July 7th, 2013 in Blog Tour, Giveaway / 6 comments

Welcome to the Counterpart Blog Tour. Counterpart by K.J. Hunter-Brown is a new adult paranormal romance that will appeal to a lot of readers. K.J. has provided us with her dream cast for her characters for if Counterpart were ever made into a movie. She is also holding a giveaway below. Enjoy.

Title – Counterpart
Author – K.J. Hunter-Brown
Series – Succubi & Incubi Assn.
Published – May 21, 2013
Genre: New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Cover Design – Redbird Designs
Find It: Goodreads | Amazon

For twenty year old Maya Simmons, being a succubus wasn’t much of a worry. It was when she needed to fulfill the demon inside her that annoyed her. The lifestyle of drugs, alcohol and sex wasn’t one she bragged about, especially to the one guy she knew she could never have, Tristan James.

Much of Maya’s college life consisted of flirting with Tristan, seeing Tristan, watching Tristan, but never once did she ever attempt to taste the empowering energy that consisted inside him. She wouldn’t dare. It almost helped that he had a girlfriend.

But when a threat of Tristan’s life comes into play, and a rogue succubus is out to kill, Maya must play detective with her fellow succubus and incubus, Melinda and Daniel, before it’s too late. Not only does she need to find out who’s killing people, but Maya needs to make sure no one finds out, especially Tristan, and especially the SIA.

Sometimes, secrets become too much to handle. And the one thing Maya always wanted may be within more reach than she thought.

But it could be too late, because the clock’s ticking and the heartbeat’s slowing.

Dream Cast for Counterpart
by K.J. Hunter-Brown

Genesis Rodriguez as Maya Simmons
Drew Roy as Tristan
Lyndsy Fonseca as Melinda
Amber Heard as Tori
Kevin G. Schmidt as Daneil
Carlos Freire as Ethan
Author Bio

No one really knows what they’re going to be until they actually experiment different things. I did that, and now I know what I want to be.

I could say something like, “I’ve been writing since I was some young age” but that would be a lie. I have been reading since I was able to understand the word ‘the’. So, it really all started when I read book after book, and then soon enough I had read so much books that even I was starting to get sucked into the fictional life.

On a cloudy day, I decided to write my first novel (I didn’t really have anything else to do). The thing here is that I’m known to have a weird imagination, and I guess the first time I got told that, was the day I actually realized that I did. Which led me to putting my weird imagination on paper, turning it into a novel, and loving the fact that I actually did it. And had fun with it.

I was born and raised in New Zealand. (Yes, it’s that little country beside Australia. No, it’s not a part of Australia.) I dream big, and have family and friends that support me with each step I take. I spend a majority of my time reading, writing, watching Sci-Fi movies (I’m a nerd and proud!), listening to music, and going on an adventure with my characters (that’s my favorite one). I am also a part-time reviewer on Step Into Fiction (That site totally rocks by the way.)

I believe that if you really want it, you can have it. I’m not saying it’s going to be easy because it probably won’t be. As for me, I’m excited to go on this journey and introduce everyone to the imagination that is mine, and weird.

Enter to win an ecopy of Counterpart. Three winners in all. This is an author run giveaway.

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6 Responses to “Dream Cast & Giveaway: Counterpart by K.J. Hunter-Brown (Blog Tour)”

  1. emaginette

    The more I look at NA the more I know it’s not for me. I do love a good mystery, but in this case I’m passing.


  2. Jaclyn Canada

    OK so I don’t usually read NA, but I love the paranormal twist, and that will be hard to pass up with this one. I am intrigued. The cast are most definitely beautiful – all of them. I haven’t heard of most of them with the exception of Amber and that’s because I’m a huge Johnny fan, but they are all very good-looking and I could see them in the roles of Incubus and Succubus. Great post! Jaclyn @ JC’s Book Haven.

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