The Immortal Ops Series World: More FAQs
Q: When did you come up with the idea for the Shadow Agents?
A: From day one when creating the Immortal Ops. But, the Shadow Agents were first mentioned in Critical Intelligence (first published in 2005). This is the book that you meet Roi and his mate Missy and she confesses to being a Shadow Agent with PSI, another word, she’s a solo operative within the organization. Also, Eadan Daly is with the Shadow Agents. He’s Missy’s handler and to avoid spoilers I’ll leave it at that. Shadow Agents, the spin-off series started coming out on its own for purchase in 2016.
Q: When did you come up with the idea for the Immortal Outcasts?
A: This was from day one as well with the Immortal Ops. I began to lay the groundwork from the start. I mentioned failed attempts at op creations prior to the Immortal Ops being successful. The time for the “failed attempts” to have their day in the sun came later. In Administrative Control Jinx is giving more information regarding the Outcasts. Casey was the first to get his own book (Broken Communication) but he was first brought to the readers attention in Act of Surrender (PSI-Ops) in Sept 2014.
Q: When will you write the Paranormal Regulators books?
A: Three of their books are already written. They will release soon. I actually wrote them years ago. Stamatis (who you meet in Midnight Echoes) was the first of the Regulators I wrote a full story for. But super fans might recall that the Paranormal Regulators actually appear in the very first book/series I ever published–Daughter of Darkness. Ken, Sharon and Rick are all Paranormal Regulators and Gwen works for the agency. So, if you think about it, a huge chunk of my series are related in some way or another. There are more of these gems hidden throughout other series. Can you find them all?
Q: What order should I read the Immortal Ops World Books in?
Act of Mercy
Act of Surrender
Act of Submission
Act of Command
The Dragon Shifter’s Duty
Area of Influence
Act of Passion
Act of Brotherhood
Healing the Wolf
Q: Were you inspired by any other current author’s work to write Immortal Ops?
A: No, as stated in the above section on what inspired me, there were a number of things, but no current fiction was a catalyst.
NY Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Mandy M. Roth is a self-proclaimed Goonie, loves 80s music and movies and wishes leg warmers would come back into fashion. She also thinks the movie The Breakfast Club should be mandatory viewing for…okay, everyone. When she’s not dancing around her office to the sounds of the 80s, she’s busy writing sexy paranormal operatives. Mandy lives in Oxford, Mississippi with her husband and three boys. She has sold well over 1 million ebooks. Mandy has published with Harlequin, Random House/ Virgin Books, and has had a wildly successful indie career in addition to publishing with more than one small press.