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Tamian by Faith Gibson

Tamian by Faith Gibson

This is book #11 in the Stone Society. Can be read as a stand alone.

Tamian has spent a good portion of his life following his sister around the world. Ensuring her safety. Now that she has a mate he doesn’t know what to do, what’s his purpose, who actually is Tamian St. Claire?

While helping the Stone Society Tamian runs across a potential spy. Her picture stirs feelings within Tamian and he decides to go and personally investigate this elusive female. Only she evades Tamian and they begin a wonderful game of “catch me if you can”.

Lucy Ball is a government agent and not by her own design. She was coerced into her current position and things are about to get much worse. Just as her and Tamian start to make a connection she’s whisked off to a place unknown to perform unspeakable experiments.

She needs to escape but the compound is under intense security. Can her gargoyle save her? Will her own shifter species help? Or will there be destruction and ruin beyond compare?


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Dane by Faith Gibson

Dane by Faith Gibson

Dane is part of the Stone Society which means he’s a gargoyle. Dane though is a half breed; only recently changed due to being around his mate Marley.

Dane is now the Chief-of-Police for New Atlanta, replacing Kaya who mated with Rafael, the King of the Stone Society. Dane waited to mate with Marley until after a threat from Rafael’s uncle was diminished. Only after one threat was taken out in Greece, a new battle at home begins. Home field advantage may make no difference in this fight.

Dane has to make the decision to put all the cards on table and let Marley decide. Marley too has secrets though. After everything is shared between them, no more hiding, will the fates allow them to hold onto their bond forever and always.


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Urijah by Faith Gibson

Urijah by Faith Gibson

This is book #10 in the Stone Society Series.

We’re on the brink of war and Banyan, Urijah’s mate, makes the ultimate sacrifice so that Uri will finally be happy and free. Once the battle is over Banyan leaves Greece and heads back home, to the land where he grew up, the place he met Uri. He needs to ground himself before heading to his parent’s house so that he can take his rightful title.

Uri stays with the Stone Society to say farewell to their dead. Uri lost a lot in this battle. He decides to head back to his homeland, to his parents, and calm his beast.

Both men are headed in the same direction, but at different times. Uri believes he can never forgive Banyan for what he did in the past. Uri also wants to hate him for his loss of friend on the battle field. He believes being back home will help.

Both men being back to their rightful homes gives them perspective on the past, present, and possible future. With one taking the family title and the other seeking wisdom and solace from his family, they might actually be able to obtain their most wished desires; each other.


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20 Questions with Faith Gibson

20 Questions with Faith Gibson

20 Questions with Faith Gibson

  • First let me say hello beautiful.  Thank you for taking time out of your day to answer some questions. Also, let me shout out to the world how much I appreciate you and your support. You’re super amazing Faith! *muah*

Now….to the nitty gritty….

  • What was your inspiration for TDWD? I’d say it seems far from anything you’ve ever written, but in all honesty, I see a little of every series in this book. Probably why I love it so.

                     TDWTD has been 3 years in the making.

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It started off as a completely different story, one I have kept pieces of to continue at a later time. This one came about in a couple of ways. One day I was listening to whatever my husband was watching on TV. The voice of a certain actor carried me back to a movie I’d seen in the 80’s and part of the premise carried over to a scene in this book, thus morphing it into a romance. When I began writing Tap Dancing, it was not going to have such a happy ending. Also, when I saw the photo of Connor Smith, the man on the cover, Cass’s character came alive inside my head. I love writing suspense, and I wanted to write something gritty.

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  • Who would you cast for the roles of the major characters? Uh… This is why I could never be a casting agent. Seriously, no one other than Connor Smith, the model, would do Cass justice in my eyes even though he’s a little younger in real life. The women are curvy and almost 40, so no one comes to mind. Ugggg, next question!


  • How many F-bombs were in the book total? 😀 in one fashion or another, 337. Fuck, that’s a lot.

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  • There are so many twists and turns, especially towards the end. How did you keep up with everything while writing? I keep a spreadsheet for all my books. This one started off as an out-of-order whodunit mystery, so it was crucial for me to write down what was happening when.


  • TDWD is a standalone within a series. Do you have the series plotted out? Know how many books are going to be in it? I did not plan on there being more than one book when I started this one, but once I met Jared, I knew I had to tell his story. Therefore, there were going to be 2 books. Then I met Buddha. How can Buddha not get a story, too? See where this is going? I will write as many books as characters call to me, but in the near future, I only see 3 total.


  • Who’s your biggest writing influence? (I’ll allow you to name more than one. I’m gracious that way) 😉 This is a hard one. I am not a big reader of the classics like some authors are. I have read Stephen King and love his crazy mind. With regards to paranormal, Sherrilyn Kenyon and Karen Marie Moning are my faves. They both tell stories their own way and toss the rules out the window.


  • Out of all the books that are currently WIPs; which one are you most excited to get out to us readers? Urijah, book 10 in the Stone Society. I have teased the readers (and am still doing so in Julian, book 9) long enough. It is time for these two hot alpha Gargoyles to get their story told.

My reaction to having to wait PLUS being teased…….Psh…..

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  • Not TDWD related but……who is your favorite Gargoyle from the Stone Society Series? Frey. From day one when I started the series, Geoffrey Hartley “Frey”, the biggest of the Goyles, stole my heart.


  • Why gargoyles and not werewolves or vampires? If you were to visit my home, you would see why. I collect Gargoyles. When my friend convinced me to write paranormal, I wanted something different. Vampires of all shapes and sizes, glittery and otherwise, were big. I wanted a shifter that stood out from the others. I was sitting in my driveway on the phone with her, staring at “Gregor and Phenix”, my two Gargoyle statues, and it dawned on me then that’s what I should write about.

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  • If you could snuggle yourself in between any two characters of yours who would it be and why? Just 2? Jeeze. Frey and Cass. Both men are well over six foot and they know how to take care of a woman. Then again, Tessa’s pretty hot…


  • If you could snuggle yourself in between any two characters out there; who would it be and why? Same answer. There are a gazillion excellent characters written, but I love mine. I am invested in them, and they are part of me.


  • As a reader who do you fangirl over the most? (Once again, because I’m gracious, I’ll allow you to answer with more than one person) The ones I have met – Kindle Alexander, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Andria Large, Mikey Lee, Kendall Grey, Golden Czermack, Kathy Coopmans, Charity Parkerson, Nicole Edwards (in no particular order). The ones I have yet to meet – Kristen Ashley, Karen Marie Moning, Darryl Banner, Seth King, and countless other indie authors. Most indie authors are my heroes.


  • Are you a cake or pie sort of person? *gives you a side eye because this is truly an important question* Yes.

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  • Favorite fruit? Hmmm, I love fresh peaches and canned pineapple. Bananas on chocolate ice cream. Strawberries too. Not on ice cream. Just the berries.


  • Favorite Muppet? Animal. I always wanted to be a drummer.


  • Tea or coffee? Hot coffee and Iced tea. Not the other way around.


  • Do you prefer your lemon to your lime or your lime to your lemon? Put the lime in the coconut and drink it all down. If I had to choose only one, it would be lime. I like to fruit my beer, and I drink a lot of beer. Lemon is good on chicken and fish. So lime. Definitely.


  • What are Uri and Banyan up to? *gives you doe eyes* about 6’4” and 230 lbs. They’re some mighty fine Gargoyles. I love your eyes BTW

Flattery gets you nowhere!!!!

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  • If someone were to decide that they like this Faith Gibson chick and wanted to know where to stalk her….? So glad you asked…


My stalker links:

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Amazon Author Page

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  • What book cons can people find you at this year?


I will be at Naturally Naughty in Nola next week!!!!

Naughty in Nashville on September 30th

Rebels n Readers on WV in November 4th



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Sin by Faith Gibson

Sin by Faith Gibson

Sin is book #8 in The Stone Society series by Faith Gibson.

Sinclair Stone is the king’s brother and the leader of the west coast clan. He’s had many wives, but no mate. For the past century he’s given up on even finding his mate. He decides to just entertain lovers; male or female. Until he feels that pull, but the only person he notices around every time is a male.

Rocky has had a very bumpy and unhealthy life. Her parents died when she was younger and went to go life with her aunt and cousin. Both are retched human beings. When she finally gets some freedom she falls for a man that is too good to be true, and suffers some horrible consequences.

When Sin finally finds Rocky they believe their too broken to be loved. Sin must show Rocky their value while helping his brother fight their uncle.

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Sixx by Faith Gibson

Sixx by Faith Gibson

Sixx is the 7th book in the Stone Society Series by Faith Gibson. He’s recently found out he has a son out there which means he’s also already met his mate. Sixx is one of the best second chance stories.

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