If you could spend 24 hours as one of your characters, by Stacey Kennedy

I’m thrilled to be here to share my newest release, DEMONICALLY TEMPTED. So, I’ve been asked, “If you could spend 24 hours as one of your characters, who would you pick?” My answer, Tess Jennings, and there are two very good reasons.

First, Tess has the ability to talk with ghosts. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a scaredy-cat where it comes to anything that goes bump in the night, but if I had the chance to be Tess for one day then I’d jump on it. I agree with her that it’d be slightly annoying if ghosts were bugging me all the time. But if I only had to experience it for one day, it’d be pretty cool.

So, what would I do with such an ability? Well, first I’d walk around just to see where ghosts are. How interesting would be that be? I think the coolest thing would be if they were from a different time period. It’d be neat to see their clothing and hairstyles, even how they talked. And it would be amusing to see ghosts just walking about when everyone else is none the wiser. Also, I’d definitely make a trip to the homes where my parents grew up in, just in case someone I knew was at one of them.

Next, I’d of course try and help someone if I could. Not really sure I would be as efficient as Tess because there would be no way I would admit to anyone that I could see ghosts. I suspect, my family included, would think I was nutty. But it would be nice to help someone who is stuck cross over.

The other reason I’d like to be Tess is for Kipp McGowen! For those who haven’t read Tess’s story, Kipp is her ghost lover. And well, I wouldn’t mind one bit if his attention was turned on to me. However, I would find it very frustrating if I had that hunk of man haunting me and couldn’t actually touch him. Really, I don’t know how Tess does it.

So, yes if I could be Tess for one day I would be without hesitation! That being said, Tess is really put through the emotional ringer so I’m perfectly happy to only be her for a little while. Poor woman has gone through hell and back…literally!

Big thanks to Juliana Haygert for letting me stop by today!!


Tess Jennings, now a member of the Memphis Police Department, is on her first cold case. The suspected suicide of Lizbeth Knapp ten years ago isn’t a theory her family accepts—they believe she was murdered.

But the case is only one of Tess’s worries. Ghosts are talking, and word of her abilities rapidly spreads. A dark ghost is terrifying the spirits of Memphis, and she must force the entity to cross over.

Tess doesn’t have to do this alone. Not only does she have her ghost-lover, Kipp McGowen, but the department has brought in a medium. Dane Wolfe might answer all her questions, but he also brings a world of trouble. Will Tess finally have all she’s ever wanted, or will everything she’s vowed to protect be ripped away?




About the author: Stacey Kennedy’s novels are lighthearted fantasy with heart-squeezing, thigh-clenching romance, and they even give you a good chuckle every now and again. But within the stories you’ll also find fast-paced action, life-threatening moments and a big bad villain who needs to be destroyed. Her urban fantasy/paranormal and erotic romance series have hit Amazon Kindle and All Romance eBooks bestseller lists.

Stacey welcomes comments from readers. You can find her at :

Website | Blog | Facebook |Twitter | Goodreads | Amazon Author Page


If you’d like to spend a little time in Tess’s world, leave a comment with your email address to enter to win the first book in the series, SUPERNATURALLY KISSED.


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