Night Thief by Lisa Kessler BLOG TOUR


Hi guys, I have something wicked for you.  You know that from time to time I like to read some very good but also very adult books, well this is one of those times.LOL!!!

Night Thief is a novella of the Night Series, book 1.5 to be exact,and is available right now!!!!!

Blog Tour

File Size: 248 KB
Print Length: 109 pages
Publisher: Entangled Publishing (Ever After) (September 28, 2012)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
After the fall of the Mayan civilization, Kane, an immortal Night Walker, has taken refuge in France for over 800 years. The modern world holds little interest for him until the night he meets the Golden Thief and is robbed of much more than his pocket watch. Marguerite Rousseau is living a double life. By day she is the assistant to an eccentric French artist, Antoine Berjon, and by night she dons elegant evening gowns to woo French dignitaries before lifting their wallets. Sparks ignite when Kane captures the thief, but Marguerite harbors a dark secret that could ruin them both.

I can´t wait to read this, I Loved loved Night Walker if you don´t believe me you can take a look at my review HERE.
Yes I want to read about kane and if you guys want to do it too, you should go buy this book right now.

ohh I almost forgotLisa Kessleris going to stop by to talk to us in a  little while and along with an amazing interview she has a HUGE GIVEAWAY for us. now, how about taking a look at part of the firt chap.in order to spark your interest?
this is just a super small  part of chapter one. but OMG what a part .

Traveling down a dimly lit hallway, he found the room opened to reveal large brick ovens. In the far corner, she sat at a table with a single candle, spreading coins and jewelry pieces across the surface. The flame danced in front of her, casting a warm light over her fair skin. He took a quiet step closer, enticed by a stray curl of her golden hair resting on the soft curve of her breast. A crease marred her brow and her lips pursed together as she sifted through her night’s earnings.
“I believe that pocket watch is mine,” he said.
She gasped and popped up from the table. Her surprise melted away quickly, replaced by a well-practiced mask of charm.
“You frightened me, Monsieur.” She plucked up his gold pocket watch from the table. “I found a satchel in the street filled with these trinkets.”
The sound of her voice thrilled him, and he realized he’d been eager to see her again. Strange. He took a step toward her, wanting to feel closer to her, even if only in proximity and only until she fled. “No, you found the watch on my vest while we danced tonight.”
“You are mistaken, and you insult me.” She lifted her chin slightly, enough to imply her shock at his accusation.
Kane narrowed the distance between them, surprised when she didn’t retreat. Her scent overwhelmed him with an alluring blend of roses and spice as his gaze slowly traveled up her body. Her dress was a rich emerald green color, fitted at the waist, her corset supporting her modest breasts. Even with the oversized skirt and sleeves, she remained a petite flower, though far from fragile.
She wore her golden hair up in a loose knot, with stray curls falling down her neck and framing her large round eyes and high cheekbones. Nothing about her was subtle or forgettable like a thief should be.
When he took the watch from her hand, he noticed a flush of color rising from beneath the velvet choker on her neck. Enticing. “You are a flamboyant thief.”
He never saw the slap coming.
“How dare you!” Her hands balled into fists at her sides.
Kane smiled and reached for her hand, drawing her soft fingers to his lips. Her struggles were nothing against his inhuman strength. Pressing a cool kiss to her knuckles, he stared into her eyes.
“Forgive me for being so rude,” he murmured. “You are the most lovely, delicate, and beautiful thief I have ever seen.”
This time, he caught her other wrist before her slap made contact with his cheek. Her bright blue eyes widened. “Let me go.”
“Not yet.” He tipped his head slightly. “I have a confession to make.”
He released her. “I have been watching you, waiting to make your acquaintance. I wore my watch tonight hoping you might take it from me.”
A crease marred her brow. “Why?”
“Because you intrigue me. I have never met a thief quite like you.”
Her eyes searched his, and for a moment, he thought she might apologize for taking his property.
“I did not steal your watch.” She set her chin. “I found it.”
Marguerite placed the watch in his palm, and she closed his fingers around it. Glancing at his hand, she frowned.
“Your skin is cold.” She released him. “Are you sick?”
He shook his head. “I am well.”
She went back to the table and gathered her other treasures. “It is good fortune that our paths crossed again so that I could return your watch. Sadly, I will still need to find the other owners.”
“We could give the items you found to the police.”
“No!” She snatched up the satchel and hid it behind her skirt. He watched her clear her throat and her composure returned with her charm. “I could not trust another person with these valuables. Tomorrow, I will go back and inquire with the host to see which guests might be missing their belongings. It is the only way to ease my mind and know they will be returned to their rightful owners.”
“How thoughtful of you. With Le Voleur D’or stalking the streets of Paris, they probably fear their belongings are lost forever.”
Her back straightened and her lips pressed together as if she were a royal princess. It was all he could do not to kiss her. What was wrong with him? He should be angered, or in the least, willing to turn her over to the police.
His shoulders tensed at the thought of an officer touching her.
She cleared her throat. “What do you know of Le Voleur D’or?”
He stepped in closer to her and kept his voice low. “I have been told she has golden hair and her beauty is so blinding that no one notices her pluck their wallets from their pockets. I also understand that she charms her victims until they no longer care that she has lightened their coin purses.”
He tipped his head down. The scent of her hair and the sound of her heartbeat enticed him. Kane ached to taste her. Such an unusual woman. He bit back his desire and whispered near her ear. “Is my description far from the truth?”
She met his gaze. The candlelight flickered in the clear sea-blue of her eyes. “Perhaps you were not charmed enough, Monsieur Bordeaux.”
“In my rush to find you, I was nearly run down by a coach.”
She glanced down at the watch in his hand, then met his gaze again. “You do cherish that watch.”
He bent closer to her, until his lips nearly brushed hers. “It was not the watch that I was after.”
Her eyes drifted closed and she whispered, “Was it for the honor of capturing Le Voleur D’or and having her arrested?”
“No.” His voice sounded husky, his throat tightening as her warm breath caressed his cool lips. “I have no desire to capture such a glorious thief.”
Excerpt extracted from Entangled Publishing book page HERE

Now speaking of things amazing I have a wicked guest here today,Lisa Kessler agreed to stop by and show us something never before seen, she traveled and met lots ofpeopleand among thosepeople she met Kane and was super amazing cause she interviewed him for us... YAY!!!


Hi everyone –
Thank you to Karla for giving me the blog spot today!
I’m going to take you back in time… The year is 1840.  We’ve traveled to Paris to interview Kane, the hero of my new novella, Night Thief.
Thank you for allowing us to visit with you tonight… 

*Kane almost smiles*  It is my pleasure.  *He gestures to a chair. His mostly unbuttoned shirt opens slightly to show his tan toned chest.*

Thank you. *getting settled, I try really hard not to stare at his chest…ahem* I know you are no fan of vampires. Can you explain the difference between a Night Walker and a vampire?

*No trace of a smile now. He paces back and forth while he speaks.* Vampires are leeches. They bring their human frailties into an immortal existence and most fade into madness. They’re ruled by superstition, burned by blessed water, and frightened of wooden stakes.

*He turns and makes eye contact. His eyes are bright blue. Mesmerizing.* Night Walkers were placed on the earth at the beginning of time with the Maya. My brothers and I are upholders of the mortal world, North, South, East, and West. In my world, I was the God of the East.

We were not “made” immortal. We “are” immortal. Night Walkers also have a spirit animal, shifting our form when we please.

*I scoot to the edge of my seat* What is your spirit animal?

*The corner of his mouth quirks up into a crooked smile that almost makes me blush* That might spoil the story, no?

*I break eye contact to avoid blushing* You’re probably right. Can you at least tell us a little bit about how a Mayan immortal ended up in Paris?

*He sits down across from me and pulls his shirt open exposing a scar over his heart.* I bear the Demon’s mark. A reminder of her power. We trapped her in the earth, but not before our people were weakened by her thirst. When the Spanish threatened, there were no armies to stand against them, so my brothers and I were forced to separate to the four corners of the earth to keep our world alive in us. *He lowers his hand, his shirt covering the scar again.* I landed in France. I have been here for over 800 years now.

Do you ever wish you could go back home?

*A petite blond woman enters and stands behind Kane’s chair. She rests her hands on his shoulders and offers a polite smile. Kane looks up at her and grins.* With Rita by my side… I am home.

*My heart flutters a little.* Thanks for your time…  We’d better get back to 2012.

Shew!  I hope you had fun time traveling with me! J

Do you have any questions for Kane? I’ll do my best to get you answers…. And one commenter will win a free eBook copy of Night Thief!  Woot!


Lisa Kessler is an award winning author of dark paranormal fiction. Her debut novel, Night Walker, won a San Diego Book Award for Best Published Fantasy-Sci-fi-Horror as well as the Romance Through the Ages Award for Best Paranormal and Best First Book.
Her short stories have been published in print anthologies and magazines, and her vampire story, Immortal Beloved, was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award.
When she's not writing, Lisa is a professional vocalist, performing with the San Diego Opera as well as other musical theater companies in San Diego. You can learn more at http://Lisa-Kessler.com
She loves hearing from readers - LdyDisney@aol.com
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  1. well, I want to know what his animal is! he sounds charming ;)

    1. Awww thanks Sharon!!! He charmed me while I was writing that's for sure! LOL

      I'll let him answer you...

      Hello Sharon. *takes her hand and presses a kiss to the back of her fingers* A pleasure to meet you.

      Your question is answered in the book, but if you hunger for an answer before reading, Lisa shared a picture on her Pinterest page... http://pinterest.com/ldydisney/scenes-from-night-thief/

      Thank you for your question...

      *watches Kane walk past with a wink before he heads into the shadows*

      Shew! THanks for the question Sharon! :) I hope you enjoy Night Thief!

      Lisa :)

  2. Might I inquire as to where Kane got the pocket watch?

    Can not wait to read the story :)

    1. Hi Sin -

      Great question!!! Let me see if I can get Kane over here to answer you... :)

      *Kane steps out of the shadows with a hint of a smile as he takes Sin's hand* You have an intriguing name... Sin. It is a pleasure to make your acquaintance.

      My watch was crafted for me by Abraham-Louis Breguet. When he passed away in 1823 it became one of my prized possessions. *pulls the gold watch with rubies out to display* And after it was stolen, it led me to the love of my life...

      *smiling he puts the watch back into his pocket* Thank you for your question, Sin. I hope that you enjoy Night Thief.

      *Kane nods and ventures back into the shadows*

      Wow! Thanks for the awesome question Sin! :)


  3. Kane -

    Do you think that you and your brothers will ever be reunited?


    1. Hi Dee -

      Great question! *whispers* I'll tell you why after Kane answers.

      *Lisa jumps back and Kane steps out... His shirt is open as usual...yum*

      It is a pleasure to meet you Dee. *He takes her hand, kissing the back of her fingers, his bright blue eyes locked on hers* You ask an interesting question.

      *releasing her hand, he straightens to his full height* I do not believe we will be reunited. After caging the Demon deep within the earth, we separated and I do not know where my brothers settled.

      *his eyes look distant* It would be good to see them again.

      *glances at Dee with a smile* Thank you for your question. Perhaps someday we will be reunited. I hope you enjoy NIght Thief, my new friend.

      *Kane turns and walks away into the shadows, Lisa watches his broad shoulders in the distance, then turned back*

      What Kane doesn't know is that in the next book, Night Demon, the Mayan demon that he and his brothers caged centuries ago has awakened. If you read Night Walker, the epilogue gives you a hint.

      Anyway, all the 4 original Night Walker brothers will be reunited to try to stop her before she decimates the entire human race...

      Night Demon will be out in the Spring! Woot!

      Thanks for your great question!

      Lisa :)