Fun Friday with Kenzie Macintosh from Heaven-sent Warrior by #romance #author Nancy Lee Badger #fantasy #faeries #PNR #paranormal

How about a bit of time travel for Fun Friday? Romance author Nancy Lee Badger is visiting today to introduce you to Kenzie Macintosh, art curator at a museum in France, who stumbles upon something rather startling… But I’ll let Nancy take it from there!

Thanks for having me here today to talk about a fun fact about the heroine in my recently released paranormal novel, Heaven-sent Warrior. Kenzie Macintosh works tirelessly as head curator at the fictional Raleigh Museum of Art, which I have based on a beautiful one-hundred+ acre museum near my home. Two large buildings filled with art keep Kenzie busy, but to relax she slips into her sneakers and heads out to walk the trails.


I am not much of a walker, but even these grounds grabbed my attention. Where else can you walk in the open beside a large flower-filled meadow ringed by forests and see a huge array of sculptures. Kenzie uses her walks to clear her head. She is much too thin because she forgets to eat, but walking the grounds keeps her healthy. Too bad she hasn’t time to meet a guy to share those walks with. Not until…well, check out the photos of this lovely museum.


Heaven-sent WarriorHenrí Chevalier’s last memory, before stumbling naked into a museum’s moonlit garden, was Auguste Rodin and his dusty Paris studio in 1886. To escape his broken heart, Henrí volunteered to sleep inside a statue until needed. Expecting to die, he discovers he must learn to use the unexpected powers Heaven has given him. Without them he will fail his mission against otherworldly creatures, such as demons and faeries.

Kenzie Mackintosh, a dedicated art museum’s curator, spies a naked man hiding among the bronze statues. A quick glance ignites desire within her, but she is too tied-up in work to act on it. Unaware of her fae heritage, their relationship heats up as he disrupts her job. While Henrí tries to process modern buildings, cars, and a broken elevator, a demon attacks and forces Henrí and Kenzie to enlist the aid of her powerful fae relatives. When the demon possesses the body of her ex-lover and threatens to kill him, then use her to take over the world, Henrí and Kenzie must learn to trust each other, even if Kenzie’s death might be the only answer to the world’s salvation.

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Nancy-squareNancy Lee Badger grew up in Huntington on New York’s Long Island. After attending Plymouth State in New Hampshire, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education and met and married her college sweetheart. They raised two handsome sons. When the children had left the nest, and shoveling snow became a chore, she retired from her job as a 9-1-1 Emergency Medical Dispatcher and moved with her husband to North Carolina, where she writes full-time.

Nancy is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, and the Raleigh-based Triangle Association of Freelancers. She loves to travel and attend Scottish Highland Games and is never far from her laptop. She finds story ideas in the most unusual places.

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I do love to walk and this looks like a fabulous place to do just that. Out among nature and beautiful scenery. Unfortunately, at the moment, I have a fractured little toe so no long walks for me! Do you enjoy walking and hiking? Where is your favorite place to go?


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One thought on “Fun Friday with Kenzie Macintosh from Heaven-sent Warrior by #romance #author Nancy Lee Badger #fantasy #faeries #PNR #paranormal

  1. Betty, I am so sorry you broke your toe. I have no excuse, except I do not like to walk alone. I need to get back to the museum again, as I am searching for plot ideas for the third book (Heaven-sent Highlander Book #2 will be released in April)

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