Inspiration from paranormal romance author C.T. Green. Here's an insight into where C.T.'s stories come from and what she loves about them. Take it away, C.T.!
Supernatural Secret Agents by C.T. Green
What does Jason Bourne have to do with
As with most of my work the first story in this anthology developed from a vision that popped into my head and I just knew it involved supernatural secret agents.
Picture this…A young woman sits at a table sipping a latte and watching a gorgeous guy walk past. Except my heroine, Callie, is an agent with The Supernatural Entity Recovery Agency and not just any agent, but a Fairy Godmother, tasked with handing out wishes and deporting paranormal creatures.
And the hot guy? An angel called Gabriel, on the loose and causing problems – mainly for Callie!
S.E.R.A. is a big place and it wasn’t long before more agents were lining up to tell me their stories. Each short piece had to have steamy sex and a happily ever after, but what’s a good love story without obstacles? The second work, ‘Handling Mercury’ promised lots of snags.
In case you didn’t know mercury is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature and it’s not safe to touch. Mercury absorbs instantly into skin, it sticks to clothing and is absorbed by hair and nails, so you don't want to poke it with a finger or wipe it up with a cloth. Among the nasty things it can do to your internal organs you can end up with permanent neurological damage.
What would happen when a vampire called Mercury was about to become dangerously unstable—how would his Fairy Godmother partner, Elizabeth deal with the new side revealed by a seemingly harmless wish?
As I finished Handling Mercury other paranormal creatures emerged, all with fascinating tails…er tales. My next couple were werewolves; Navarre is the director of S.E.R.A. and determined not to fall in love again. I relished the challenge of changing his mind and writing about a paranormal creature I’d never worked with before and my first m/m. Absinthe was next and found herself caught between two sexy, irresistible men, one of whom she hates. Love triangle and a half? You bet!
The final story is about Sin. The only male Fairy Godmother, who’s in deep trouble for his short temper. Jane is his polar opposite…how would these two ever get together? I loved how they resolved their differences and the embarrassing wish that led to their happily ever after. There are more stories to come from the S.E.R.A. Files, with Vol. II and III in the works. So I’d like to say thank you Mr Bourne and secret agents everywhere!
- RECOVERING GABRIEL -
Angels are trouble. But a Fairy Godmother is The Law.
Can Callie find the courage to be the one to grant Gabriel’s deepest wish? What will happen when she finds out his secret?
- HANDLING MERCURY -
Vampires go for the throat. But a Fairy Godmother aims lower....
Can Mercury and Elizabeth’s perfect partnership stay that way when a wish granting turns up the heat between them?
- FINDING NAVARRE -
A lone wolf is about to find out old dogs can learn new tricks.
Navarre isn’t willing to take another chance on love. Can Tor convince the stubborn wolf that two is always better than one?
- TASTING ABSINTHE -
Two’s company, will three prove too much of a crowd?
Absinthe hates werewolves. Bryce loves Absinthe. But he also loves a werewolf. What will it take to turn hate into love?
- CHASING SIN -
A good SERA Agent knows there’s only one Sin that matters.
Jane must make sure Sin sticks to SERA’s rulebook. But what happens when these two opposites stare attraction in the face?
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Before becoming a writer C.T. Green worked in advertising for ten years. She also completed a Bachelor of Arts with majors in communication and literature.
C.T. Green now lives in regional Australia with her husband, children and extensive collection of animals - amongst which are the world's bossiest two goldfish.
In between writing, i.e. arguing with her characters and occasionally posting to her blog, she reads, drinks vanilla coffee, kid wrangles, enters writing contests and avoids the goldfish.