I have been very lucky to get an interview with Heidi and Ava from
This is Lucy's newest release that came out Feb. 22 from Resplendence Publishing.
Hi Heidi and Ava thank you for allowing me to interview you.
Dawn - Heidi I know many readers are wondering, what are you doing out there in the woods all by yourself?
Heidi - I inherited the house from my grandmother. I spent a lot of time there as a child, and as her only grandchild, she left it to me. I love the place so much that even though it's so remote, I couldn't bring myself to sell it – so I moved in. I was looking for a place to live, anyway, so it was a win-win situation. Sure, it's quiet, but I love it. And of course, I now have company ;)
Dawn - How long have you been out there alone?
Heidi - Pretty much since all the paperwork and red tape was sorted out after my grandmother's death. So a couple of years. I've got a good truck, so I can always head back into civilisation when I need – or want – to.
Dawn - Ava how is being a shifter different from being a normal human? Have you always known you were a shifter?
Ava - Well, it means I'm always on my guard. Not everyone is as understanding of my predicament as Heidi ;) Very few humans know, just people that know me and my family really well.
I've known as long as I can remember. I don't know the exact age when my parents told me, or when I first changed, but it must have been when I was very young as I have no memory of being told. That suits me fine as it means I've had many, many years to come to terms with how different I am, and now it's just part of me and I just get on with life.
Dawn - Heidi what is the craziest thing that Ava has turned into while sleeping? Does it only happen during sleep or has it happened... ummm ahh during climactic times?
Hiedi - Ava's usual shape when she changes is a fox, so that's what she usually turns into when she's sleeping. The thing is, she normally wakes up before me anyway, so I've only spotted a fox in my bed a couple of times – in the literal sense, I mean. Ava's always a fox to me! ;)
And, no, Ava only changes either at will or during sleep. Which is damn lucky, really, because as cute as Ava's fox form is, bestiality is definitely not my thing!
Dawn - Is this the first Female/Female relationship for the two of you?
Heidi - I had several dalliances with girls at University, and one relationship that I thought was serious – until it was over. Other than that I've pretty much been alone – as I'm sure you can imagine, it's pretty difficult meeting people living out here! Thank god Ava came along, is all I can say!
I've been with a couple of guys, but it wasn't until I actually sat down and thought about why they didn't really drive me crazy like they did the other girls, that I realised perhaps I was different. Once I knew that, I took no notice of guys at all and began to embrace my new-found sexuality – and that's when I knew that girls definitely did drive me crazy. Especially this one *points to Ava*
Ava - Unlike Heidi, I've always known I was a lesbian. But although I've slept with other girls, I've never had any serious relationships, but this is more down to the fact that I'm a shifter than a lesbian. Like I said before, not everyone is as open-minded as Heidi!
Dawn - What is it that attracted you to each other?
Heidi - Um... have you seen her?! I thought she was hot as soon as I met her. The sexual attraction was instant, but then when I got to know Ava better, I knew it was about more than just sex for me – and thankfully, the feeling was mutual.
Ava - Well, if you've read our story, you'll know that I've known Heidi much longer than she's known me. I was initially attracted to her kindness and her love for nature, and that attraction grew and grew and then circumstances meant that we met while I was in human form, and the rest is history!
Dawn - Is there anything you'd like your readers to know about you or your author?
If you want to know more about us, you should definitely check out The Cottage in the Woods. Lucy would be delighted if you bought a copy of the book, and especially if you happened to put a review online for it! ;) You can read more about it here: http://lucyfelthouse.co.uk/published-works/the-cottage-in-the-woods/
Thank you so much for talking to us, and please stop by any time.
Thank you ladies for talking with and I hope my readers stop by cause I know I enjoyed your story very much.