Friday, August 25, 2023

Virtual Book Tour + #Giveaway: When I Look in the Mirror by Tanith Davenport @TanithDavenport @GoddessFish


by Tanith Davenport

GENRE: Paranormal Erotic Romance


When hairdresser Tatum Fox takes part in a séance at a party, her only thought is of the attractive man sitting beside her, the mysterious Zack, who appears in her dreams that night and who she hopes to see again. However, when she begins to experience paranormal activity and finds herself confronted by an unnerving client at work, she discovers that the séance summoned a demon – and Zack may be the only person who can free her of him.

Zack reveals himself to be an angel, and shows Tatum that she also has the power to battle supernatural creatures – a power that is increased through sex with him. Their connection soon strengthens, but is Tatum strong enough to defeat the demon with Zack by her side – and can there be a future with an angel, or is their passion doomed to end?

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You’re not into this, are you?”

The voice, low and male, cut through Tatum’s thoughts. Automatically, she looked across the table at its owner, wondering at the same time how she had even heard him. He was on the other side of the table and conversation was going on all around them, yet she had heard him as clearly as if he had spoken directly into her ear.

She didn’t recognize him. His dark hair was slicked back, revealing high cheekbones and a chiseled jaw, a surprisingly modelesque face she was sure she would have remembered if she had seen him before. Ice blue eyes were focused on hers, a mysterious smile flickering on his lips.

It’s not my thing, but I’ll go with it.”

Mine neither.” His smile broadened just a little. “I’m Zack, by the way.”


His voice was still low, deep, and yet seemed to be cutting through the surrounding noise as though directly connected to her ear. Nobody else seemed to be paying attention.

Ouija boards are an uncontrolled medium. Too many people, not enough care, not enough … respect.” Zack threw a glance at Nicole, who was swigging from a glass of punch. “Anything could go wrong.”

So why are you doing it?” Tatum knew the question could have been directed equally at herself, but somehow she found herself wanting to know the answer.

Zack arched an eyebrow. “Somebody has to be in control.”

His eyes were still locked on hers, and Tatum felt a dark flush cover her face. To have somebody’s attention so tightly focused on her made something tingle low in her gut.

Interview with Tanith Davenport

    How many books have you written and which is your favorite?

    I’ve written twenty-one so far, although the last one “Get Out Of Here” won’t be out until next year. My favourite is probably “Photograph” – that one was a real labour of love and I’m proud of how it turned out.

    If you’re planning a sequel, can you share a tiny bit about your plans for it?

    This one is likely to be a stand-alone novella, although I wouldn’t rule out a sequel. If I did, it would probably be within the same universe but with different characters. I think Tatum and Zack had a good ending.

    Do you want each book to stand on its own, or are you trying to build a body of work with connections between each book?

    I have some books that are connected, such as my “Rock My World” series, but others that stand by themselves. I wouldn’t put my paranormal stories in the same universe as my more grounded ones.

    How did you come up with the title for your book?

    The title came first – I just needed to find a story that worked!

    How long did it take you to write this book?

    As I recall, about four months. Some can take me longer, but I was quite inspired with this one.

    What does the title mean?

    I had a song in my head which included the line “I see your face when I look in the mirror”, and when I started writing this book I found it worked quite well. Tatum is a hairstylist who discovers her supernatural abilities when she starts to see strange things in her mirror, so the title stuck straight away.

    What did you learn when writing the book?

    I had to do a lot of research with my stylists and colourist about how things work in their salon. I spend a lot of time getting my hair done, but have no experience in the styling side of things.

    What surprised you the most?

    The ending! I knew roughly how it was going to end – it’s a romance, after all – but the details surprised me quite a bit.

    Have you ever killed off a character your readers loved?

    I’ve never killed one off, but I did have one abducted by aliens in “Watch the Skies”. I’ve often thought about a sequel to that one where I brought her back, but I haven’t come up with a decent plot for it yet.

    What do you do to get inside your character’s heads?

    While none of my heroines are intended to be me, each of them has a connection to me which helps me to get into their heads and understand how they think. Tatum’s creativity and interest in the paranormal was my way into her mind.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Tanith Davenport began writing erotica at the age of 27 by way of the Romantic Novelists' Association New Writers' Scheme. Her debut novel "The Hand He Dealt" was released by Totally Bound in June 2011 and was shortlisted for the Joan Hessayon Award for 2012.

Tanith has had short stories published by Totally Bound, Naughty Nights Press and House of Erotica. She loves to travel and dreams of one day taking a driving tour of the United States, preferably in a classic 1950s pink Cadillac Eldorado.

Tanith's idea of heaven is an Indian head massage with a Mojito at her side.

Connect with Tanith Davenport

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Tanith Davenport said...

Thanks for having me on here!

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting.

Marcy Meyer said...

The cover looks great. Sounds like a good story.

Rita Wray said...

Great excerpt and cover.

Sherry said...

The book sounds really good.

Daniel M said...

looks like a fun one

Bea LaRocca said...

Happy Friday! I hope that you have enjoyed your book tour as much as I have enjoyed reading about you and your work throughout this tour. When I Look in the Mirror sounds like a great story and I am looking forward to reading it as well. Have a great weekend!

Tanith Davenport said...

Thank you everyone - this has been a great blog tour and I hope everyone has enjoyed it!