First, a bit about Blood and Gold.
She will feed them or die. Or both.
Just when eighteen-year-old Mary Scott is ready to go to culinary school, she’s captured and held prisoner by The Order-a religious group that sells humans to vampires. Mary is sent to become the blood slave to the Wictreds, a family of three vampires. There’s Deacon, the gentleman with a short temper, Solomon, sarcastic one with some serious mood swings, and Cain, the child-like one that has a problem with self control. Her only hope is to escape, but she has a single chance. If she’s caught she’ll be killed to keep her silent.
As time passes, Mary’s days become numbered. After all, she has only so much blood. The longer she’s in the house, the more time she spends with Solomon. When he’s not toying with her, he’s actually a nice guy and protects her from his brothers. Mary loves his company and soon his presence makes her heart flutter. But humans and vampires must be separate, and Deacon will do anything to keep the family honor intact.
*fans self* What do you say we get to know Solomon a bit better, hm?
D: Hello, it's so great to meet you. I've heard wonderful things about you.
S: Wonderful? Really?
D: *blushes* Yes, well...let's just jump right in shall we? What's your birthday? How old are you really? Get anything good this year?
S: My birthday…To be honest, I never asked about my birthday. It wasn’t something I woke up early for and unwrapped presents. My family wasn’t what you’d call a deep loving group. My older brother, Deacon, raised me and my twin, Cain. As for my age, I’m twenty-five. Yes, twenty-five human years. My kind isn’t immortal, but the fear we cause is.
D: *shivers* That's really good to know. No presents? Now I'm sure there's some readers out there who'd be happy to give you something to unwrap.
D: Okay, next question. Can you list 3 words that describe you?
S: I can be real about this. I know exactly what I am. My words are arrogant, chauvinistic to humans, and lonely.
D: If you could keep just one material item what would it be?
S: My brassard.
S: Not many understand why I wear it, but it’s an honor thing. I wear it out of pride for who I am and what I do. Plus, it really brings out my bicep.
D:*fans self* Yes it does. So, who would play you in a movie?
S: I don’t watch very often, but I do enjoy Alexsander Skarsgard. He makes a decent vampire, and I find his sense of self worth amazing. He is a little older than I am, but the man has style.
D: Since you're feeling so honest, if you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
S: It’s not really fair to the humans that I am such a fabulous hunter. It would make the game more interesting if I had a handicap.
D: If you could travel back in time, where would you go and why?
S: I’d want to go back to the time when vampires were feared. When humans tried to tell themselves that garlic and wooden stakes would kill us. Before we were made into shiny, crying love interests.
D: What is the most important thing to you?
S: If you would have asked me a few months ago, I would have said nothing is important. Today, well, maybe you should read my book to find out what I hold precious.
D: Oh, I see what you did there. What's the most interesting thing about you?
S: Few know this, but I have a very strong fear of thunderstorms. Yes, I know, that makes me sound like a pussy. But everyone has to have a flaw.
D: What’s the one question you hoped I wouldn’t ask in this interview? And the answer?
S: I hoped you wouldn’t have asked if I had sex that I regretted, because I have. Screwing your brother’s girlfriend while he watched will probably put my ass in the nut farm.
D:Are you an animal lover?
S: I’ve never been around animals. Vampires aren’t exactly cat hoarders.
D: Describe your perfect day:
S: A beautiful woman on the run, her body draped in gold, her eyes wide with fear, and me chasing her until she’s too tired to scream. And then I give her enough pleasure to make her.
D: Oh wow, Mary sure is a luck girl. Can you tell me (and those who don't know) how did you meet Mary? What was your first impression?
S: My Virgin, Mary, was brought to my house to become Cain and I’s new blood slave. I met her in the hall while she was trying to break through a window. I will say she fought harder than most. My first impression was that I needed to sink more than my fangs into my new toy.
D: Speaking of, you two have had a few...rocky bits in your relationship. Care to share?
S: Our whole relationship gives me motion sickness. She was given to me to feed me until she was dry. I just wanted to play with her, but between Cain losing himself in her blood and Deacon beating her because she interrupts the status quo, it hasn’t been easy. But those moments where it’s just us listening to music or working on a puzzle make it all worth it.
That's about all the time we have today. Thank you Solomon for being so—candid with me today.
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