"...a compelling book with a new twist around every corner. I was driven from page to page by an adrenaline rush to see what or who might be lurking around the next corner!" -Alan Dysert, former star of ABC's All My Children and People Magazine cover personality
- "I was so pleasantly surprised by how this book captured my imagination..."
- "I read The Last Hybrid in two days because I just couldn't put it down!"
- "Lee Wilson's The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels blew my mind!"
- "The overall feel of the book is quite unique and even addictive."
- "The plot is original and just plain amazing inside and out!"
- "I loved the combination of action and romance."
From the Author
Q: What can you tell us about The Last Hybrid: Bloodline ofAngels?
A: Hannah made good grades all through high school, but after starting college, she rebelled against her disciplined life. She lost her scholarship. She went back to her parents' house and worked in fast food for a few years before deciding to try college again. This time she'll be focused. This time she'll measure up to the expectations her parents have for her. That is, unless she falls in love with a sexy,half-angel, vampire-fighting blond named Daniel.
Q: What inspired you to write in this genre?
A: I've always enjoyed paranormal stories because it entertains the idea that there are other types of life or existence in the universe. And of course, it's fun to imagine having abilities or powers beyond what we think humans normally have. And in some ways, romance is a paranormal experience. The person we're attracted to has some trait that we can't quite define that draws us in. As though they have a kind of power over us.
Q: What is your favorite scene from your book?
A: The tornado scene was a fun one to see in my head as I wrote.
Q: Daniel, the lead character, is of a race called the Nephilim who are half angel and half human. What was the process of creating a unique character with so many dimensions?
A: I continually reminded myself of what such a childhood must have been like. One where he wasn't allowed to play sports because of his supernatural abilities. Where he didn't know who "his people" were since he was half angel and half human. In every situation he was in, that background had to be considered.