Thursday, February 16, 2012


Berkley Sensation
ISBN 10: 0425245365

There is no mercy in the demon realm. No escape. In this place of desperation and conflict, anyone who is not pure bred is virtually powerless. Until an unlikely champion is born...

Annika, half-blood daughter of the Na'Reish King, longs for more than her tormented life among her father's people. Conceived in hatred and bred as a tool of retribution, she's gifted with a special talent that can heal as well as destroy...

With the Na'Reish vastly outnumbering them, Kalan, a Light Blade warrior, knows the future of humankind depends on him alone. Incursions into human territory and raids for blood-slaves by the Na'Reish Horde have increased. As Chosen-leader, he faces the task of stopping the demons-and convincing the Council of aging Light Blade warriors that change is necessary for survival.  

When Annika learns Kalan is a prisoner in her father's dungeon, her dream of escape seems within reach. She agrees to free him in exchange for his protection once they reach human territory. Now, marked for death for helping him, Annika must learn to trust Kalan as they face not only the perilous journey to the border but enemies within the Council-and discover a shocking truth that could throw the human race into civil war...


"Peopled with intriguing characters, the world of Vengeance Born is unique and filled with compelling mystery. I'm looking forward to seeing where Kylie Griffin takes that world next." Nalini Singh, NYTimes best-selling author
“Vengeance Born is a great debut novel; Kylie Griffin has me hooked. This story grabbed my attention and raced down several dangerous, intense, enthralling paths, making it very hard to put down.
The tale of Annika and Kalan is set in a well thought out, fascinating world filled with danger, intrigue, betrayal, passion, revulsion, tenderness--Griffin has given her readers a whole gamut of emotions to feel, and leaves her readers with the hope for more stories set in this compelling universe.
It's not only good on the first read, it's still good on the second; this is definitely one for my keeper shelves.” – Jean Johnson, author of The Sons of Destiny series
"Kylie Griffin builds a compelling and fascinating world that pulled me right in!" – Joss Ware, author of The Envy Chronicles
“In Vengeance Born, Kylie Griffin spins an intriguing story of two races who are mortal enemies, and the half-breeds that are despised by both who must transform their cultures.  The book has solid world building, sympathetic characters and a twisty story line.  I'm looking forward to the next in the Light Blade series.”  – Robin D. Owens, RITA award winning author
From PUBLISHERS WEEKLY: "In Griffin’s well-drawn fantasy world, humans are oppressed and enslaved by the demonic Na’Reish. Annika is a Na’Chi, the result of cross-breeding between the races. She possesses powerful healing powers and her father, Na’Rei Savyr, is leader of the Na’Reish, but she’s nonetheless reviled, considered an abomination. When she rescues Kalan Tyn, leader of the human’s Blade Council, and asks his assistance in freeing the Na’Chi from the Na’Reish, the wheels of romance are deftly set in motion. A complex plot involving the Na’Chi freedom struggles keeps the taut and intricate narrative moving as Annika and Kalan slowly develop their emotional connection. Readers will look forward to future installments in a potentially long-running series. Agent: Elaine Spencer, the Knight Agency." (Feb.) Reviewed on: 12/9/2011
From RT Magazine Book Reviews (Feb.2012 issue): "Enter a bold new series, the Light Blade, where a longstanding war between the demon and human realms rages. Promising new talent Griffin’s characters face danger and hidden secrets that threaten to change the world as they know it. A terrific debut!"
Annika hated visiting the dungeons. The dank cells reeked of pain and fear as well as blood. Anyone unfortunate enough to be imprisoned here risked dying of exposure if the torture inflicted by the Na’Reish guards didn’t claim them first. 

“This had better be worth it, Hesia,” she muttered and tugged the skirts of her dress away from slime-covered walls. 

The furious squeaking she heard coming from a shadowed corner made her glad she was wearing her knee-high boots. Bare feet—or any naked skin, for that matter—were fair game to the scurriers scavenging down here. She’d treated many prisoners for bites and wounds caused by the vicious, little carnivores. A draft of air brought with it the stench of unwashed bodies, which almost overpowered her. She coughed and lifted a sleeve to cover her nose. 

“You know none of the others will come down here.” The old healer’s tone held censure for her surliness. 

If Annika were honest, the physical conditions of the dungeon weren’t the real reason for her reluctance. It was the mumbling voices of prisoners: some babbled, driven mad by circumstance, some cried piteously, others wailed in despair. The sound of their helplessness was heartbreaking and she could do little but try to ease their pain.

Hesia shot her an arch look. “’Sides, you’re the only one the demons will let into the Pit.”

Her face heated. Her half-blood status was a boon and a curse. While even the lowest caste of the Na’Reish outranked her, their fear of her father was the only thing stopping the guards from refusing her access. 

“Who’s imprisoned there now?” she asked. 

“Rumor has it that Na’Hord scouts captured a warrior during a slave raid in the Outer Provinces.” A thread of excitement colored the old woman’s voice. “He refuses even to give his name.” 

Hope fired deep inside her and she glanced sharply at Hesia. “A Light Blade?”


Annika bit her lip as hope surged from deep within her. Lady’s Blessing, this could be the opportunity she’d been waiting for, the chance to escape. 

Kylie Griffin’s obsession with all things paranormal/fantasy started at an early age, when she used to imagine the jacaranda tree in her front yard was a spaceship used to defend the world from invading enemies. Writing stories seemed a natural extension to her childhood adventures. 

Today, she’s a primary school teacher sharing her love for the written word with young children. In her spare time, she writes and reads all things paranormal.          

Kylie lives in a small rural village in outback New South Wales, Australia, where she volunteers in a number of emergency service organizations in her local community. Visit her website.

ANGI: How often to you get lost in a story?
KYLIE: Every time I sit down to write or read a book or even watch a movie! Nothing beats disappearing into another world. Spending a few hours getting to know the characters - their goals, desires, weaknesses and strengths; the problems they face, the challenges they overcome, the joy they experience; how they interact with others, the world - when I'm totally immersed in a story sometimes it's a shock to come back to the 'real' world.
The times this happens the most is when I go to the picture theatre to watch a movie. There's something about sitting in the dark, not really taking much notice of anything except what's happening on the screen. It's large, it's loud, you feel everything, and when the credits roll and the lights brighten, I'm often the one still sitting in the seat adjusting to coming back to the real world and wishing I could go back into the movie and experience it all over again. LOL 

ANGI: What’s the first book you remember reading?  
KYLIE: My dad gave me a Hans Christian Anderson collection of fairytales. I think I was about 7 years old. The cover was blue, the title was in yellow (can you tell I was color orientated?) and it had a collage of pictures of the fairytale characters featured in the book.

These were the original tales - you know, where the ugly sisters had their eyes picked out by crows etc. - blood, gore, and bad consequences :-), not the censored versions you get in some fairytale books. I loved reading it.

ANGI: What’s your favorite fairy tale?
KYLIE: Oh, a fairytale theme - cool! I have to claim it's The Enchanted Princess, mostly because of the awesome pictures that went with it.

The story is about two tradesman's sons - one lazy and selfish (for some reason the father favors this son), the other honest & hard working (he received abuse).  The father overhears a story that the king's daughter is kidnapped by an evil sorcerer. The king offers his daughters hand in marriage to any man who can rescue her.

Of course, the older son sets out to save the princess, in the process he's mean to animals along the way and when he reaches the sorcerer he fails the tests and dies.

The younger son also sets out to try his luck, comes across the same animals who then help him pass the tests, he frees the enchanted princess and they have their HEA.
ANGI: What’s your favorite cartoon character?
KYLIE: The Road Runner! What a character! He and Wiley Coyote makes me laugh every time I watch one of the old Looney Tunes cartoons. 

ANGI: What turns you off like nothing else?
KYLIE: People who use or cheat and don't see why they should make an effort, let alone help others. Their selfishness, abuse of others generosity and arrogant attitude that "the world" owes them and it's "their right" (for whatever reason) just gets me riled.

ANGI: Where do you read and how often?
KYLIE: Where ever and whenever I can! While I'm eating lunch, 10mins before I go to bed, in the bathroom, waiting to see a doctor... LOL

I don't have as much time as I used to for reading - my writing has to come first. I used to read 3-4 books a week. I'm lucky to read 1 every few weeks now.

But I do make up for it once I finish a writing a book and send it off to my editor. I take a couple of weeks off and do nothing but refill the creative well by devouring my teetering To Be Read pile. 
ANGI: What sound or noise do you love?
KYLIE: The sound of running water - a river, creek, waves, waterfalls, rain. It's so soothing and I can sit for ages just listening to it.

ANGI: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
KYLIE: You mean I have to choose just one? :-( That's so hard!!! Umm, OK, I'll go with Lord of the Rings - there's so much packed into this movie. I've watched it about 14 times.

There's romance, action, strong & flawed characters, good vs.evil, loyalty, magic, believable villains, mystery, a damn fine cast...and it's filmed in one of the most beautiful countries in the world (New Zealand). 

Living just over the ditch from New Zealand, I've travelled there a lot and I loved doing the whole LOTR fan-tour thing - I've seen Mt.Doom, wandered through parts of the Shirt, visited Hobbiton, danced under the Party Tree and stood inside Bilbo's house. I just wish I'd met Aragorn along the way! :-)  

ANGI: Who’s your favorite villain?
KYLIE: The Borg from Star Trek. When I first saw them in the TV series ST:The Next Generation I was enthralled with them. They were relentless, uncompromising, chilling because of their lack of humanity, and nothing rivals them when you compared them to all the other villains who've appeared in the show. 

ANGI: Is writing or story-telling easier for you?
KYLIE: Both! In my other life I'm a teacher of 5/6/7/8 year olds, so the whole ad-lib oral story-telling is something I enjoy doing, but only with kids.

Ask me to pitch one of my stories to you in person and I flounder and get very self-conscious. So I'm more likely to hand you my book than tell you about it! *grin*

ANGI: What’s something you’d like to tell your fans?
KYLIE: Thank you to anyone who has bought my book. I hope you get sucked into Annika & Kalan's story and enjoy disappearing into their world for a few hours! :-) And for those who've read it and are wondering if there's another due out soon - YES! there is. It's called ALLIANCE FORGED and it comes out on July 3rd, 2012. And, all going well, Book #3 will be released early in 2013.

Also, I love to hear from readers. There's nothing more thrilling than getting a letter or email from someone who's taken the time to contact me and say hi, or who's willing to share their thought about your work (the good and the bad).
ANGI’S GOTTA ASK:  Which scene from VENGEANCE BORN is your favorite? Or is there a scene you cut that you just ached to include?
KYLIE’S GOTTA ANSWER: Again, I'm restricted to just one? Darn! :-) Well, I was lucky with VENGEANCE BORN - a story thread had to be changed during the editing process, but there were no scenes cut. Phew!

So, my favorite scene is in Chapter 15. Without giving too many details away, it's here the trust between Annika and Kalan strengthens and both commit to an even deeper emotional connection. Readers learn more about Annika's past, see Kalan's reaction to it and both explore the physical attraction developing between them. Here's just a little teaser...

Annika swung her legs around to sit on the ledge facing inward, her gaze fixed on him as she tried to sort out the tangle of emotions his words evoked. He was treating her as if she were human, and making it easy for her to forget the fact that she wasn’t.

She shouldn’t like that but she did. She clenched her hand around the edge of her cloak. His recent behavior was making it safe to share things she’d never have thought to reveal to anyone else. He didn’t criticize her, didn’t laugh at her ignorance, hadn’t taken advantage of her weaknesses. Other than Hesia, no one had ever kept their promises to her.

He treated her like a friend.

Annika started to shake. Not in fear, but with the strength of an unknown emotion filling her heart. With every beat, the warmth of it spread through her. He stood close enough that she could feel the heat of his body, even through two cloaks. She lifted her hand toward him then hesitated.
Touching Kalan, exposing her need for him, lifted the hairs on her neck. She hated being vulnerable. But she wanted to show him the same amount of trust he’d finally given her.

Mouth dry, she cupped his cheek then trailed her fingers along his stubbled jaw and shuddered, liking the rough sensation of it beneath the palm of her hand. Her gaze dropped to his lips. They looked soft, unlike the rest of his lean body. She wanted to kiss him but wasn’t sure if she had the courage. The scent of his arousal filled her lungs.

“I don’t bite.” The corners of his mouth turned upward ever so slightly. “Not unless you want me to.”

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A Novel of the Light Blade
Berkley Publishing Group
July 2012
ISBN 10: 0425256014

There is no mercy in the demon realm. No escape. In this place of desperation and conflict, anyone who is not purebred is virtually powerless. Until a blind priestess lays claim to a half-breed warrior, body and soul… 

Hunted and marked for death by Na’Reish demons for their half-blood heritage, the Na’Chi are searching for a new home—something an alliance offered by the human leader could provide. With both races divided by prejudice, when Light Blade rebels brutally attack the Na’Chi, the alliance seems doomed to fail. 
Varian, leader of the Na’Chi, a hybrid race of gifted warriors, is cursed with the darker impulses of his demon heritage. Controlling the part of himself that craves the high of the battle is a struggle he’s afraid he’ll lose—until he meets Kymora Tayn, a priestess driven to serve her deity. While he’s unwilling to trust anyone outside his people, he finds himself drawn to Kymora’s strength and passionate nature, and discovers she has the power to calm the darkness inside him.

Then the Na’Reish raid human territory for blood-slaves and kickstart a war, the key to the survival of both races—Na’Chi and human— is an alliance. However, when Kymora is kidnapped, pitting human against human, Varian realizes he must embrace his darker half, not only to save the alliance…but also the woman he loves. 

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If you had the chance to travel to any place in the world, where would you go and why?


  1. Wow, those are beautiful covers. I noticed the VENGEANCE BORN cover the other day.

    If I could go anywhere I would like to see Australia, and New Zealand but there is hardly any way that I could stand to be on a plane that long.

    1. I'm with you there, Gayle. So the solution is to break up the flight by stopping several places along the way. Let's no go over the Pacific ocean, but head the way of Amelia Earheart.

      I barely make it to Hawaii.

    2. Thank you for the compliments on the covers of the Light Blade series, Gayle.

      Gene Mollica is the cover artist - he's done quite a few UF/FR/PR/SFR book covers that you might have seen if you're familiar with the genre. You can check out a whole swag of his covers here -

      And Angi has the right of it - break the trip Down Under up into several stop overs - Hawaii, Fiji, New Zealand then Australia. I hope you get to make it here one day - there are some wonderful places to see. :-)

  2. Kylie, every time I see that cover I'm struck again by how gorgeous it is. Congratulations on your release, my unsinkable sister!

    I'm not very well-traveled, so give me a trip anywhere and I'd love it! *laugh* On my list of Places to Go are the Grand Canyon, Seattle, and a return to Boston. I'd also love to visit the UK and Australia. And go on a cruise.

    1. Thanks, Abigail - I've emailed Gene to let him know just how impressed everyone is with the covers of VB & AF. His response was along the lines of "thanks, this is exactly why I love going to work every day!" :-)

      Ohh, the Grand Canyon is awesome, jaw dropping, stunning...just let me get out my thesaurus and keep expousing adjectives!!!! I saw it when I was 19 and it's vivid in my memories.

  3. Good Morning Kylie !! I'm so excited for your release!

    I just love to travel. I love home, but traveling frees me from the family responsibility and what "THEY" think I should be doing. Send me anywhere, even on a budget. I can impose on enough writers to stretch it a very long time.


    1. I would totally let you crash on my couch. :)

    2. I'm thinking we could all go on a road trip together! LOL We'd see the country/world and have heaps of places to crash with friends between us! :-P

    3. THAT MAKES ME SO HAPPY. (And where would that be...hehehe...Just Kidding!)

      But if you're near, you better "impose" on me!

  4. It's been so exciting to watch the birth process of your book, Kylie! I admit I haven't read it yet -- but it's moving up the TBR (which is definitely teetering just like yours is).

    I love to travel. If I could, I'd "fill my writer's well" with nothing but visiting cool places. And, every place is cool in my world -- I got excited just finding out there was a real Sioux Falls in Sioux Falls, SD! But, if I could go anywhere right now I'd fly to your beautiful Australia by way of Alaska. I'd visit all the dear friends I left behind after living in Anchorage, and then I'd bring my hubby to visit you. I got to spend three weeks in Melbourne, Sydney, and Tasmania when my daughter went to school abroad and DH wasn't with me. That HAS to be remedied!

    Thanks for a fun post!

    1. Shh, don't say that too loud or my TBR pile will topple!!!!

      I'd love to visit Alaska - I've been to a few states in the USA the 3 times I've been to your country - but I'd be there in a flash if I had the chance to check out Alaska!

      If you're ever back in Oz Liz, do contact me and I'd be happy to host you guys here.

      Glad you enjoyed the post.

  5. Wow, Kylie! Love all the great reviews VENGEANCE BORN is already getting. I can't wait to read it.

    I adore travel and have been lucky enough to do a good bit of it in my life, but if I could travel anywhere in the world, it would be to the Great Wall of China. That's one of the wonders I haven't seen yet. And I'm curious about Chinese food in China and if American interpretations are anything like it.

    Congratulations on the new series. Here's to tons of readers. Resistance is futile!

    1. Jane, I've been chuffed by the rave reviews of VENGEANCE BORN - very proud but also humbled that readers have taken to the story so much. :-)

      Ohhh, the Great Wall would be an awesome place to visit. I've yet to have the pleasure of exploring China - would love to have a buddy to travel there with.

      And thanks for the good wishes for the series! :-)

  6. Hi Kylie!

    Thanks for posting an excerpt of your book to read. Now you've sold me that I'm gonna have to hit B&N this week:)

    If I could travel anywhere, I'd spend a week on a beach in Barbados with my hubby!

    1. Hey, Jan! Great to see you here, and thanks for heading over to B&N based on my excerpt! Wonderful news!

      Barbados is one place I've not heard a lot about - but I'm off to google it and learn more about it. :-)

  7. Hi girls, I've had to travel to Newcastle (6hrs away from home) to be with my sister and her hubby - they've just had their first child!!! I'm now an aunty of a lovely 7 pound something baby girl called Eden Joy! :-)

    I'll be MIA for a day or two but I will try to pop in sometime tonight or tomorrow. Apologies Angi!

    1. Well, congrats on the arrival of EDEN JOY !! (That's a very good name for a heroine BTW!)

      I think we'll excuse you !!

  8. It was great to read excerpts of your book, thanks for allowing us.
    I'm a Romantic, naturally as I'm a budding Romance author
    So I would so much like to go to the most Romantic place, Hawaii comes to mind with Elvis and that wedding of all weddings in Blue Hawaii.......ahhhh.......heaven

  9. I've been dreaming of a trip to Great Britain for years, hopefully I'll make it one day because I'd love to see all the places I've read about for so long.

    1. Hi Barbara E. - I see you've followed me here - thank you!

      You'll love Great Britain - there is SO much history and SO much to see there.

  10. Congrats Kylie on your book and I LOVE the cover. If I could travel anywhere it would be to visit England then cruise the Rhine and the Danube. My father passed away last year and he really wanted to do that trip but didn't get the chance. So thats what I would do, take my mother and myself and cruise the rivers of Europe.

    Kelly Ethan

    1. Thanks, Kelly. Ohh, you could join Barbara E. when you got to England. :-)

  11. What a gorgeous cover and an intriguing series, Kylie!

    I gotta get back to London. I need to skulk about and visit some long forgotten spots like Bleeding Heart Yard. And yes, it has a grisly history!

    1. Gjillian, I think we need to put a tour together and there could be a few of us headed over to the UK. LOL

  12. No where makes my heart sing like Ireland. I've love to there again. been there twice and I felt like I as "home" as odd as it sounds.

    1. LilMissMolly, I felt like this when I went to Scotland. My maternal ancestors are the McLeod's and I went to the Isle of Skye to check out the "family" castle - and walking around it as well as the countryside it was eerie to feel so at home.

  13. Hi Angi and Kylie, I would like to travel to Venice and Paris with my mom:). I want to go to the top of Eiffel tower to see the view of Paris:). aretha zhen, Aretha_zhen(at)yahoo(dot)com

    1. Venice is to die for - I went there in 2010 and it was spectacular, so different to what you normally see in cities around the world. Aretha, nice choice of destinations. :-)

  14. I would absolutely love to visit Scotland and would visit all the historical ruins and castles. So many history there.

    1. Na, can I come with you when you go to Scotland - I so want to go back there. I missed seeing so much, even though I spent nearly three weeks driving around there.

  15. Everyone REALLY needs to read this book, I did last night and LOVED IT!!!!

    1. Ahh, Cath, so you've finished it already - wow! That was quick - so glad you liked it! :-) Kalan was worth the wait, eh?

    2. No I didnt like it Kylie...I fricken LOVED IT!!!

      Kalan and Annika's story was just gotta hang on a few months for Varian's story!
      (already loving him too btw!)

    3. Varian and Kymora's story was a heap of fun to write, Cath - it was hard reining them back in during VENGEANCE BORN. Their story came to me so clearly. Had to hold onto it, and that was difficult. LOL Not too long to wait for it to come out.

    4. hopefully the book depo wont keep me waiting quite so long for AF...the wait for VB was torture!

  16. What a BEAUTIFUL cover. It just leaps off the page. I'd buy it just for the cover. Nice to know it has a great story to go with it! :)

  17. Great excerpt, what a tease. I am already hooked, no need to sink the claws in further. =)

    I would travel to Banff British Colombia, I hear the skiing is to die for. And since it has been a few years since I have be able to ski I would love to get there!

    1. That's what I love to hear, Lexi - another reader who is well and truly hooked - thank you! LOL

      Banff BC sounds familiar but again, I have to admit I know very little about this place, so I may have to google it and find out more about it! Thanks for sharing and good luck in the draw. :-)

    2. Hahaha, well your job is done with me anyway =)

      If your looking for some beautiful winter scenery check it out, even if you don't ski it will take your breath away. (I love snow, could you tell?)

    3. Holy mountain ranges - they're beautiful!!! And I love the color of the lake! No wonder it's a great ski resort but I bet it's also popular in summer. That's the sort of place I'd love to holiday in a log cabin, go fishing, hiking etc. with my camera in hand.

    4. Ooh what's great idea, never thought to see what it would look like in the summer =)
      Whatever the season camera is attached to me, ha!

  18. Thank you, Cynthia D, the cover is incredible. I think I may have said this on another blog but Annika is the spitting image of how I imagined her in my head and I love that Gene has done such a great job portraying pieces of her in the cover.

    The necklace is her mother's Light Blade amulet, she's wearing a healers' pouch and the markings on her skin and the color of her eyes are spot on.

    Even the background reflects the setting of the story as Annika and Kalan make their escape from demon territory and into human territory - it's winter, so hence the snow, and the mountain range in the background reflects the environment.

  19. I totally agree with everyone that the covers are gorgeous!! It's the 1st thing that attracted me.

    I'd love to visit Scotland. The scenery seems so beautiful not to mention the history, culture, castles! & oh did I mention men in kilts? :)

  20. Ahh, Linda, the men in kilts are a big attraction for me too. And the accent, and the castles and the history...I love Scotland!

  21. Great interview and excerpt. The books sound very good.


  22. I loved reading this book and once I finished I had to go check Amazon to figure out how long I would have to wait for the next book. Good thing I follow so many authors or I would be pouting right now.
    I hope to go to Australia and New Zealand some day.
    linze_e at

    1. Lindseye, if you head Down Under then you won't regret it - there are so many lovely places here to see! :-) I travel to New Zealand once a year and every time I find something spectacular.

      And I'm chuffed to hear you loved VENGEANCE BORN - not long to wait for ALLIANCE FORGED (it comes out on July 3rd). You won't have to pout for too long! LOL

  23. I would love to travel to both Japan and Egypt. I would love to see the Giza pyramids.

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  24. I'm joining you on the trip to Egypt, Tracey D. That's one country I've been longing to see but haven't yet. :-)

  25. i have so many place to travel, probably if could i would like to travel to all place around the world ;)

  26. Several months tripping around would be heavenly Eli! :-)

  27. The Galapagos Islands! I want to see all the unique wildlife there.

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