Meet the Character Blog Tour: Meet Dimitri Sullivan

Thank you everyone for stopping by my blog. This is my second day on this tour. I’m so excited about this tour. I want to start my post by again thanking Emmy Gatrell for inviting me on this tour. For those of you who missed my earlier posts, Emmy Gatrell has been a voracious reader since an early age and recently launched her own writing career with the highly rated Meanmna: Book One of the Daearen Realms series. The follow up book, Bienn-Theine: Book One of the Daearen Realms continues her success. As the mother of two boys, Emmy continues balancing writing, reading, and parenting—not it that order. She and her family split their time between the North Georgia Mountains and Costa Rica.

Emmy's next character blog is live. If you would like to meet Saretta from her The Daearen Realms series visit her at Emmy’s blog

If you would like to know more about Emmy or pick up a copy of one of her novels visit her: website. You can also visit her on: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest

Dimitri Sullivan is the main male character in my supernatural romance novel, Shifter. Dimitri was born nearly two hundred and forty years ago in the Tennessee area where he has lived most of his life, but he spends most of his time in the novel in present day Alabama. 

Dimitri is at heart a family man. He is close to his two older brothers, Daniel Jr., Darius, Devan, and daily morns the death of his eldest brother, Daniel Jr. who died in a hunting accident years ago. All of the Sullivan boys along with most of their family/pack work for their father, Daniel Sr., at Sullivan’s Architects.

Until a having a one-night stand with a psychotic witch, Dimitri’s life had been easy and relatively calm. One month after that fateful night, Dimitri opened his front door to find the woman standing on his front porch in full-on crazy mode. A few misspoken words later and he found himself cursed, caged, and waiting outside the door of animal shelter miles away from his home.

Cursing his bad luck, bad judgment, and drunken hormones, he now has to find a way to free himself, break his curse, and get home. The only problem is that nothing he tries works until he meets a woman he believes he can fall in love with. Unfortunately, this woman might be falling for his older brother, Devan. Can he allow himself to do the one the thing the witch was sure he would never do, or will he let her fall into the arms of another man?

Find out how Dimitri breaks his curse and saves the woman he loves today by downloading your copy of Shifter. eCopies of Shifter and my first novel Alone are on sale this week for only $.99. Stop by Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, or Google Play today to download your copy. To find out more about this novel, visit me on Facebook, Goodreads, Pinterest, and Twitter.

Stop by next Monday to meet another one of my characters from Shifter.

Don’t want to wait a week to meet new and intriguing characters, then stop by Mardi Maxwell’s blog to meet Cade Ramsey from To Love and Obey the first book of her The Doms of Club Mystique.

Here is what Marti has to say about herself: “I was born in Utah but I've lived in sunny California, hot and dry west Texas, and the mountains of Colorado. I wrote and sent in my first book in 2013 and to my surprise it was accepted. Since then I've written three more books in The Doms of Club Mystique series.

When I'm not writing I'm reading, gardening, cooking, and spending time with my family and friends. I've just begun doing ceramics again (I'll post some of my projects on my blog) and I try to swim several times a week. The rest of my time is spent cleaning and refilling the birdbath and birdfeeders in my yard (greedy birds) and traveling.”:-)

After you leave Marti’s page, stop by Ashe Barker’s blog to meet Summer Jones from Rich Tapestry.


Ashe Barker says that, “Until 2010 I was a director of a regeneration company in Leeds, in the UK, before becoming convinced there must be more to life. So I left, and at last I’ve been able to realise my dream of writing erotic romance. I’ve been an avid reader of fiction for many years, erotic and other genres, and I still love reading historical and contemporary romances – the hotter the better. But now I have a good excuse for my guilty pleasure – research. In my own writing I tend to draw on settings and anecdotes from my own experience to lend colour, detail and realism to my plots and characters. An incident here, a chance remark there, a bizarre event or quirky character, any of these can spark a story idea. But ultimately my tales of love, challenge, resilience and compassion are the conjurings of my own lurid and smutty imagination. When not writing – which is not very often these days - my time is divided between my role as resident taxi driver for my teenage daughter, and caring for a menagerie of dogs, rabbits, tortoises. And most recently a very grumpy cockatiel. I’m a rural parish councillor, and I’m passionate about evolving rural traditions and values to suit twenty first century lifestyles. I write for Totally Bound and now have over a dozen titles on general release, with several more in the pipeline. A Richness of Swallows is my fourth trilogy in the Black Combe ‘family’. I also have a ‘May to September’ style novella out and short stories in the Paramour and Jolly Rogered collections, as well as a stand-alone novel in the ‘What’s Her secret?’ imprint. I have a pile of story ideas still to work through, and keep thinking of new ones at the most unlikely moments, so you can expect to see a lot more from me. I love to hear from readers. You can find me on my blog, and on the Totally Bound site. I’m on Facebook, and twitter. I’m on Pinterest too, and Goodreads.”

To find out more about Ashe visit her website or at Amazon.