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Character Interview with Divina Bihari by Victoria Jayne | The Prophecy Trilogy Book Tour | Paranormal Romance

 The Prophecy Trilogy by Victoria Jayne is on virtual book tour. The paranormal romance stops at Readeropolis with a character interview wit...

 The Prophecy Trilogy by Victoria Jayne is on virtual book tour.

The paranormal romance stops at Readeropolis with a character interview with Divina Bihari.

Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway for a $25 Amazon GC and follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).

Character Interview: Divina Bihari

What’s your full name?
Divina Ramana Bihari

Do you have a nickname? (If so, who uses it?)
The very unoriginal shortening of it to just “Div” when I was a child by one of my foster mothers.

What’s your birthday?
March 23

Where were you born & where did you grow up?
I was born in Elgin, IL, and grew up all around the Chicago area. 

Where do you live now? What made you move there?
The outskirts of New Orleans, LA. Love and this pesky prophecy that just wouldn’t leave me alone. 

Do you have any siblings?
No. My parents died when I was young. 

Are you right-handed or left-handed?
Right-handed, isn’t most of the world right-handed?

Do you have a motto? If so, what is it?
:Laughs: I didn’t always. I guess I just muddled through life. Then this prophecy shit happened. Now its, Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans. I never expected my life to be what it is today, but I wouldn’t change a damn thing.

Here’s the fun stuff. Are you ready?
Hit me.

Cat or dog?
Dog. Always, hands down. They are loyal and loving. All they wanna’ do show you affection. Cat’s just want servants. 

Beach or pool?
Beach. What I wouldn’t give for a palm tree, some white sand, and a daiquiri. Something super fruity with lots of rum. You know with a shooter stuck in it for added bang. I really could use a vacation.

Paperback or Hardcover?
There’s just something about a good hardcover book. Softcover are okay, but the hardcovers just seem to last longer.

eBook or Physical Book?
This one’s hard. Both have their merits. I mean with an eBook I can have literally thousands at my disposal while I’m on the beach with my daiquiri. However, there is just something about the smell of real books. That fresh off the press pages smell. I just love it. I can’t choose. Both. 

Coffee or Tea?
Coffee. Oh my God! Starting a day without it is a definite way to get me to rage out. 

How do you take your coffee?
Why? You buying? If so, I want one of those caramel things. Medium. I don’t want to be up all night. Those days are over.

Do you have any secret skills? Like, do you sing or dance?
:Laughs: I think my one secret skill is enough thanks. I sing and dance openly. It’s sort of in my DNA as I’m of Romani descent. 

Do you prefer talking on the phone or sending texts?
Depends on who I’m talking to. But I guess, if I have to choose, I would choose text. 

Cake or pie?
Red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. 

Do you prefer it when a guy wears boxers or briefs?
Nothing at all. One less hurdle to get passed when I need to.

High heels or flats?
Sandals. I mean heels are okay if I am doing something formal, which I rarely do, but I prefer to be on flat ground. Actually, barefoot if I truly had my preference.

What’s your favorite season? 
Spring. It’s not too hot yet, but the weather is warming. Everything is in bloom. It’s like a time of rebirth, you know? Gone are the gray days of suck of winter. The world around me is coming back to life. It’s got to be one of the most colorful seasons. 

Netflix or YouTube?
Netflix. They have a ton of quality content without too much crap to sift through. With YouTube, I feel like I have to sort through too much junk to get to what I want. 

Facebook or Twitter?
I’m not really into social media. I hate the algorithms that dictate what I see. I miss the days of my newsfeed just being what people posted when they posted it. Now I miss too much stuff. I guess maybe Facebook because I don’t have a character limit on posts.

Mobile Games or Console Games?
I don’t really play video games. I guess computer games? Does that make them console games? I play mindless stuff on my phone nothing like super gamey. I also don’t play them often. Either way, I like Sims 4. Not that I play it often.

iOS or Android?
Android. Is there even a question? Apple is too expensive.

Big Party or Small Gathering?
You know, until all this happened, I was never comfortable with big parties. I preferred small groups and just people I knew. But, now that I’m sort of in a pack, and it’s not small. I have come around to the big parties. 

Football or Basketball?
Ugh. Neither. I’m not really into sports. I don’t watch any on purpose. 

What’s worse? Laundry or Dishes?
:Rolls eyes: Seriously? It seems like they both are never-ending. Laundry I think is worse though. Dishes can be done quick. Laundry just takes forever. Half an hour to wash, an hour to dry, and then you have to fold it and put it away? No thank you. Sometimes, I wish I was in a Disney movie and the little squirrels and rabbits would do it for me. 

Tablet or Computer?
Tablet. They’re just so compact. Who has a computer these days? Wait. I do. I have a laptop. Shit. Still prefer my tablet.

At a movie, Candy or Popcorn?
Popcorn. It’s tradition. With a lot of that liquid, they try to pass off as butter. Spoiler, it's not butter. It’s just liquid fat cells. It’s so delicious though. I’m glad it’s only available at the movies. If it were anywhere else, I’d be four hundred pounds. 

Pancake or Waffle?
Waffles. They have these neat little cups built in to hold the syrup. Syrup is life.

The Witch of the Prophecy
The Prophecy Trilogy Book 1
by Victoria Jayne
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Having a choice and having a good choice are two very different things…

The players of the prophecy are all in place. The vampire, the werewolf, and the witch. The fate of all paranormal beings hangs in the balance.

Too bad Divina, the witch in question, wants nothing to do with any of it.

She’s not about to let some ancient prophecy dictate who she’s going to love. She’ll be the master of her own destiny, thank you very much.

But the intense connection she feels to each of her sexy prophecy counterparts is making it difficult to avoid potential magical disaster.

And as everything continues to get more and more complicated, she’s starting to wonder—is she really the witch of the prophecy? Or is she something else entirely?

The Witch of the Prophecy, book 1 in THE PROPHECY TRILOGY, features a strong heroine, an angsty love triangle, and plenty of spicy, supernatural goodness. Download today and let the exciting journey begin!

The Wolf of the Prophecy
The Prophecy Trilogy Book 2

Mistakes were made. Now it’s time to pay the price.

Werewolf Aric is losing his mind—literally. The incomplete mate bond with Divina is slowly killing him, and soon, it’ll become unbearable for her, too. He’s determined to do whatever it takes to make things right with his one true love.

Now all he has to do is find her.

But when his witch slips up and risks exposing the paranormal world to humans, Aric will need to do the unthinkable to save her and every other magical being on the planet.

He’ll have to work with the vampire of the prophecy, who just happens to be his mate’s ex.
Mistakes were made. He made them. And if the price of atonement is more than Aric’s able to pay?
Well, he’ll destroy that bridge when (and if) he gets to it…

The Wolf of the Prophecy continues this paranormal romance series: THE PROPHECY TRILOGY. Download today to continue this exciting journey. If you enjoyed this story about a second chance at true love for a werewolf and a witch, you should check out the rest of the series.

The Vampire of the Prophecy
The Prophecy Trilogy Book 3

A choice was made. Now it’s time to reap the rewards…or suffer the consequences…

It was all happening according to plan. Rori chose power over love, and as a result, put himself in the running to be the next emperor of all vampires. Then someone threatened to expose his witch (along with all other paranormal creatures) to humans…unless he gave up his claim to the throne, that is.
That’s when everything fell apart.

The Council has no idea what Rori did to keep Divina safe, and if they find out, the consequences will be deadly. It’ll take all his power, connections, and the help of his loyal guard to protect everyone and everything he holds dear.

But with time running out and enemies circling, can Rori survive long enough to complete the prophecy and maybe—just maybeget a second chance at true love while he’s at it?

The Vampire of the Prophecy is the conclusion of this paranormal romance series: THE PROPHECY TRILOGY. If you enjoyed this story about enemies forced to work together while getting their second chance at true love, find out how this sizzling series began.

Victoria Jayne is the epitome of a Jersey Girl. She doesn't [know how to] pump her own gas, enjoys pork roll, and grew up on the Jersey Shore. The only daughter sandwiched between two brothers, she was a bit of a Tom-boy as a child. As an adult, she's lived throughout the state of New Jersey.

She graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and from Walden University with a Masters in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling. After getting her undergraduate degree, and while getting her Masters, Victoria worked in the human services field for non-profit agencies providing services for adults with traumatic brain injuries and/or developmental disabilities.

In an online audio/visual chat room, she met her husband, a sports journalist. After dating for several years, they got married, and now have two darling daughters (below the age of five).

Victoria writes contemporary romance. Currently, her published works are of the paranormal romance variety. The world of alpha men, wolf shifters, and vampires have titillated her since high school when she read Anne Rice for the first time. She devoured books by Suzanne Wright, JD Tyler, and Dianne Duvall.
Branching out, she became obsessed with motorcycle club romances when she discovered the works for Joanna Wylde, Madeline Sheehan, Tillie Cole, and Kim Jones. She's currently working on her own motorcycle club series.

When not writing, Victoria enjoys being the play-by-play announcer for her daughters when they run obstacle courses. Baking is a hobby she hopes to pass down to her children as they grow up. She spends most of her evenings unwinding while role-playing on second life. When hockey's in season, she roots for the New Jersey Devils.

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  1. Love the genre and that it is part of a series. The covers are very nice. Thanks for the chance.

  2. Hi Lynn, Thank you for the compliments. MY cover artist is wonderful. She does amazing work. I look forward to sharing my series with you - Victoria Jayne.

  3. I love love love the cover art and this looks like an awesome read! Thanks for this amazing review and giveaway xoxo

  4. I love love love the cover art and this looks like an awesome read! Thanks for this amazing review and giveaway xoxo

  5. I wish everyone the best of luck in the give away! My cover artist is a dream. She is truly a magician! Thank you for all the compliments. I hope you enjoy reading the books as much as the cover art! I look forward to reading your reviews! Feel free to get in touch via email or my website - - Victoria Jayne


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