Guest Author: L.J. Kentowski

Thank you so much for having me on the blog today! I’m having so much fun on the Tour, and I’m truly honored to be here with all of you!


When I told Hunter, one of the main characters in Guardian Of Fate, that I wanted to interview him, he was less than cooperative about it. He’s not the kind of person to open himself up to anyone, especially without gaining something in return. So when I promised him I’d think about writing a novel or novella from his point of view, he conceded, but only with the power to refuse to answer anything that made him totally uncomfortable. When I asked what that might be, he said he’d let me know. So, I guess we’ll have to see how this goes.


Interview With Hunter


L.J.: Please state your name.

Hunter: What is this? An interrogation? You already know my name.

L.J.: Okay, okay. Don’t get your underwear in a bundle before we even start.

Hunter: Would you like me to give you a lesson on how you can bundle my underwear? Of course, that’s if I wore underwear.

L.J.: Do you? Forget that, no I don’t want any of your lessons, Hunter. Why don’t you just tell me if you think your name dictates the way you look at the world around you. Is everything your prey?

Hunter: I always get what I want; you could say I am a Hunter in that way. But I don’t want the world, only a few things.

L.J.: Is Cassandra considered your prey?

Hunter: In a sense, yes.

L.J.: So you want her then. Why?

Hunter: I have my reasons.

L.J.: Do you want to kill her? C’mon, throw me a bone here.

Hunter: I’ve definitely felt like strangling her sometimes.

L.J.: Okay, I can see you’re not going to make this interview easy.

Hunter: Do you like it easy, L.J.?

L.J.: Let’s move on, shall we? Some of my readers want to know how you knew Cassie would be at Luke’s the night you first met her.

Hunter: Cassandra.

L.J.: What?

Hunter: Her name is Cassandra. And I knew because I have highly intelligent informants.

L.J.: What did you think of her when you first met her?

Hunter: That she was very beautiful, very sexy, and very confused. Easy prey.

L.J.: Uh…nice to know.

Hunter: You’d be easy prey.

L.J.: Because I’m beautiful?

Hunter: Because you too are confused.

L.J.: I’m not confused, Hunter. I know everything about you. Don’t forget, I created you.

Hunter: You will never know everything about me, L.J. You may have created my character, but I cut my strings from you long ago.

L.J.: Whatever. Can we get on with this interview? I have work to do here. Actually, this question really fits the moment. Some people don’t care for your aggressive nature and seem to think your tone comes across as harassment. Have you become accustomed to getting what you want, when you want it?

Hunter: I don’t really give a damn what people think. How is that for tone? If they don’t like it, then they just need to get the hell out of my way. Caleb, are you listening?

L.J.: Okay, let’s not get other characters involved here.

Hunter: Why not? Afraid I’ll hurt the little pissant?

L.J.: No, I just don’t feel like getting caught up in the middle of your little war. I think I’m going to start shutting this down. I’m really starting to get irritated by your…ego.

Hunter: My plan is working then

L.J.: *deep breath* I’m almost afraid to ask this next question now, but I promised a good friend I would. You know, uh, I can’t even do it, so I’m just going to put it in her words:

“We’ve all seen your body. I know, I know. Sorry! But you forgot to close the blinds and I forgot to look away. Can you blame me? Believe me, you have nothing to be embarrassed about (as if you would be). Were you always this smoking hot, drool-worthy, man-candy?”

Ugh. I’m going to kill you, Loni! Hunter, you can wipe that smirk off your face, I do not share in Loni’s thoughts about you. Especially right now.

Hunter: But I’m sure I’ve visited you in your dreams too, L.J. First of all, I did not forget to close the blinds, and you’re right, I’m not embarrassed. This body comes naturally. I’ve always been ‘man-candy’ as you so eloquently put it. Here, L.J., feel.

L.J.: No way!

Hunter: *laughs* You’re as naïve as Cassandra was.

L.J.: Was?

Hunter: Hmmmm

L.J. Okay, this interview is over. Loni, everyone, if you want to know more about Hunter, you’ll just have to ask him yourself. Or maybe just read the book, it’s probably safer that way.

*wipes sweat from forehead* Well, thankfully that’s over with. You have no idea how hard that was to sit with him like that!

Hunter: I know how hard it is.

Hunter, we’re done! Go! I’m trying to wrap this up. Thank you everyone for having me, and for stopping by on the Guardian Of Fate Tour! I hope Hunter didn’t scare you off. I’ve gotta get going now. I feel a cold shower in my future. See you all around!



Guardian Of Fate
L.J. Kentowski
Fate Series, Book #1
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
ISBN: 978-0615581514
Number of pages: 302
Word Count: 78,483
Book Description:
Fear of death is all too common. Visions of it chill the bones and skip heartbeats. Seeing it coming and knowing only you can rescue the soul of the victim from the fiery bowels of hell…that’s downright life-altering.
Cassandra Cosgrove’s life was altered at the age of sixteen when she found out that it was her responsibility to save the lives, and ultimately the souls, of innocent victims targeted by Hell’s demons. As impossible as it seemed at first, she was able to live a fairly normal life, while secretly fulfilling her obligation as a Guardian of Fate.
But years later Fate has its own plan when her visions begin drastically changing at the same time two mysterious men appear in her life. Cassandra suddenly finds herself caught in a battle between good and evil, with her own soul on the line. When it seems everyone in her life has a secret they’ve been hiding from her, who can she trust to be the Guardian of her Fate?
Author Bio:
L.J. Kentowski is living in disguise as the author of her debut novel, Guardian Of Fate, working diligently on the subsequent novels in the Fate series. Her true identity as Supermom and Superwife, living in the Midwest with SuperDog must never be revealed without security clearance. Every day, after tucking in her 6yr old talking prodigy, she rips off her cape and delves into the world of angels, demons, and the in-betweens.

2 thoughts on “Guest Author: L.J. Kentowski

  1. Lisa, thank you so much for letting me and Hunter take over you blog today! I had a great time despite Hunter’s antics 🙂

  2. Hilarious! I’m not sure if I should love Hunter or hate him … but I get the impression that’s exactly the way he wants it. Can’t wait to read the book.

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