Sunday, October 23, 2016

Anita Philmar @anitaphilmar #McKee’sGhost, #TheGoodTheBadTheGhostly





 Welcome Ruth Olivia Wilson of McKee’s Ghost, one of the books in The Good the Bad the Ghostly Anthology.

RW:        What's your story/back story? Why would someone come up with a story about you?
ROW:     Some people might consider me a freak because I talk to ghosts/spirits. My family couldn’t deal with the fact, so I left home when I was sixteen. Luckily, I joined the PSI agency and found a new group of people who I could relate to and feel at home. I’m proud of who I’ve become, Ruth Olivia Wilson helps people deal with the dead.

RW:        Can you tell us about your hero?
ROW:     Konnor McKee is a horse trainer, farmer, good man. He wanted to find love but jumped the gun and asked the wrong woman. She upset his family’s resident ghost and set off a chain of events that brought me to his door.

RW:        What problems do you have to face and overcome in your life?
ROW:     I’m still struggling to accept who I am, and that I’m worthy of love. Konnor is helping me see that there are people who appreciate me for who I am.

RW:        Do you expect your hero to help or is he the problem?
ROW:     Konnor has to deal with his ex-girlfriend, who is like a leach. She can let go of her love of Konnor’s money, and is trying her best to enjoy it even before she marries him.

RW:        Where do you live?
ROW:     Out of a carpet bag; my job takes me someplace new with every assignment. So there’s not really a reason to have a permanent home.

RW:        During what time-period does your story take place?
ROW:     1890’s, in the small community of Shelton, Nebraska.

RW:        How are you coping with the conflict in your life?
ROW:     Keep moving, I have friends all over the country. I help people get rid of their unwanted spirits and learn on the way how to cope with my own personal issues. My life could be so much worse. I’m just thankful that I’m able to help others.

RW:        Those are all the questions I have for you. Thank you for speaking to me.
ROW:     Thank you for hosting me. People don’t always understand what they can’t see or hear. I try my best to help them through the rough times, and make them see ghosts and spirits are struggling to get over great pain.

Author: Anita Philmar

Bio:

Amazon Best Selling erotica author, Anita Philmar enjoys writing stories that push the limit and take her readers to new exciting places.

In a house full of men, she has learned the inner working of both boy's and men's minds which has enriched her stories.

Having grown up in Texas. she's a big fan of cowboys. She couldn't help but write westerns set in her home state. Hot, historical, or erotic fantasies, she lights up the pages with sizzling sex scenes. Check out her free read—“Hot Prairie Nights” for a glimpse into Anita's world.

She also enjoys connecting with her readers. Feel free to email her at mailto:anitaphilmar@yahoo.com or visit her website http://www.anitaphilmar.com

McKee’s Ghost
by Anita Philmar
The Good the Bad the Ghostly Anthology

The Plot:

His fiancée called off their engagement after being accosted by a ghost in his house.

Now, a beautiful ghost detective has shown up at his ranch, saying his brother has hired her to take care of the unwanted spirit.

Konnor McKee is more than happy with PSI Agent Ruth Oliva Wilson. One look and he was hooked. Now, if he can only get some help from a ghost, he might be able to secure himself a bride after all.

With the return of his ex-fiancee, his life is turn upside down by an angry ghost, a vindictive woman and a sexy medium. Konnor doesn’t know which way to turn.

Can he get everyone out of this alive and marry the PSI Agent?

Or has he lost all hope of a happy future because of the ruthless ghost of one of his ancestors?

Excerpt

The hands he’d dropped to her waist shifted. One drew Ruth deeper into his embrace while the other nudged her chin up with a knuckle until their eyes met. His searing gaze lit a fire, heating her core and arousing every cell in her body.

“No. The gentleman in me heads south whenever you enter the room. All I can think about is getting my hands on you.” Konnor sprayed his palms over her back and tugged her deeper against his chest. “I want you in a way I’ve never wanted a woman before, under me screaming while I make you completely mine.”

She gasped. “But you don’t even know me.”

“You’re wrong. Some instinct inside me knew the moment we met you belong to me. Now, all I need to do is convince you of that fact.” He dropped his mouth over hers. His kisses were gentle and sweet one moment, demanding and urgent the next.

The crisp flavor of the apple he’d just eaten played over her taste buds. Pleasure overruled the sound logic of keeping him at a distance. Instead, she gave into the tempestuous assault to her senses and slid her arms around his neck. Minutes passed. The hunger inside her growing until she couldn’t catch her breath.

He tore his mouth from hers, and she gasped for air. “Please, sweetheart, I’m not a patient man, especially when I’ve waited so long for you. I need—”

“Don’t say it,” she whispered and lowered her head to avoid eye contact. She’d tempted him, let him think if he asked for more, she’d willingly give him whatever he wanted.

Realizing how much she already cared for him, she rebelled against the likelihood of losing her heart to another man. More than once, she’d fallen into the trap of believing a man would love her no matter what.

Every time, she paid with a broken heart. This time, she needed to give him a day or two to come to terms with the true nature of her abilities. Once he saw her in action, he’d change. The desire he felt would wilt until he had no feeling for her at all.

“I’m sorry, but we need to take this slow.” She lowered her hands and pressed them against his chest. “Now, you should tend to your horses.”

Konnor studied her for a long moment before he slowly released his grip. “Make yourself at home. I’ll be back as soon as I’ve finished my nightly chores.”

She nodded, and he turned for the door with a sigh.
The light click of the latch falling into place felt like a shot through her heart. She’d come here determined to do her job and leave. However, Konnor had blindsided her with his charm. She’d broken her new rule of not becoming involved with a client.

Now, she had to figure out a way to keep her heart safe when everything inside her wanted to give in to Konnor’s demands.

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7 comments:

  1. HI Rochelle, once again we're indebted to you for having us up here. I hope your readers are enjoying these small peeks at our stories--they'll certainly enjoy the entire book as a great Hallowe'en read.

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  2. HI Rochelle, once again we're indebted to you for having us up here. I hope your readers are enjoying these small peeks at our stories--they'll certainly enjoy the entire book as a great Hallowe'en read.

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  3. Thanks for having us, Rochelle! Loved reading Ruth's interview, Anita. <3 xx

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  4. Thanks for the hosting, Rochelle. You've been great. Really enjoyed Ruth's interview, especially since she's in my story too.

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  5. Thank Rochelle, I enjoyed giving Ruth's interview. Thanks Andrea, Erin, and Charlene for stopping by you ladies are great everyone in the box set is awesome. Enjoy The Good, the Bad and the Ghostly

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  6. Hi, Rochelle, thank you again for your generosity in giving each author a space on your blog! Great interview, Anita. Your story is a winner and I loved how you brought other agents between the pages of yours. You were a pleasure to work with. Great collection of stories for Halloween!

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  7. I've enjoyed having you ladies here. Sorry I'm getting to my Monday duties so late this week. I finished the MFRW Newsletter late Monday and got it off to my staff for edits, and have been out and about all week. Haven't managed to get home early enough to get any work done at all. Finally getting to the sidebar artwork, etc., I normally do on Mondays. And three of my four staff members have already sent back their newsletter edits!

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