Title: Seeing Red: Interlude
Author: TC Orton
Series: Seeing Red #1.5
Genre: Urban Fantasy, MM Romance
Release Date: December 19, 2017Summary:
The prequel to the sequel. Seeing Red: Interlude bridges the gap between the final numbered chapter of Seeing Red: Scorched and the epilogue that follows it.
Christmas has arrived. Isaac and Kyle are under constant surveillance from the newly formed Princes' Guard at Moss, Aiden and Troy's request. Their nest has been pulled in different directions, leaving the two of them alone at a time usually spent with family. Kyle sees that Isaac is struggling with his separation from Moss and decides to introduce him to a new aspect of the 'Paranorm' world. Meanwhile, the consequences of Isaac's actions a year prior begin to manifest in an unexpected form, which puts himself - and everyone around him - in harm's way once more.
* This is the sequel to Seeing Red: Scorched and shouldn't be read as a
His large tattooed arms were crossing his massive chest, poking out of a black t-shirt tight enough to show every crease and line that made up his abs and pecs. His hair was a wavy mess of dark brown, flowing in the breeze of the open door. His red eyes were glistening, wide, and aimed right at me with what I hoped was affection emitting from them. However, out of everything; every feature, every core-shaking detail, what I’d missed the most was the intensity of his presence.
“Don’t cry,” his words came out cold and direct, as always.
“I wasn’t going to cry!” I stomped my feet and raised a hand to wipe a tear away before it could fall.
“You’re doing it.” He stepped forward.
“Yeah, well, I have a hangover, I’m emotional.” I stepped forward.
“You’re always emotional.”
“You’re always an asshole.”
We met in the center of the room; our bodies nearly touching, our eyes luminous, our veins pulsing.
“You okay?” he asked as he towered over me with a blank expression.
“Things are looking up,” I replied with a smile.
Wanting to tell a story with a gay protagonist
When writing a book, what is your favorite part of the creative process (outline, plot, character names, editing, etc)?
Anything that isn’t the actual writing
When reading a book, what genre do you find most interesting/intriguing?
If you could co-author with any author, past or present, who would you choose?
My good friend Jaclyn Osborn, though I think the added pressure and clashing of two creatives would derail me too often.
Have you always wanted to write or did it come to you "later in life"?
I decided around 15, haven’t changed my mind since
Born January 6th 1993, T. C. resides in the United Kingdom, living with his partner Peter Jones and their dog, Drake.
T. C. has had a passion for supernatural stories from a young age, often scribbling down his latest ideas instead of focusing on whatever task was at hand during the long school days. At the age of twelve, he penned his first romance story featuring himself and the boy he had feelings for set in a fantastical land full of werewolves and wizards. Ever since that day, T. C. has made it his mission to entwine his leading gay protagonists with epic paranormal adventures.