“You vill meet a dahk dangerrous sttrrangah…” Aurora predicted at the Mardi Gras ball, and as if someone left their Swords of War video game on “share” in a parallel universe, he walked in. Conor de Sept Flambe´, the Dark Knight they’d dubbed him, with his dark gleaming muscles, the distinctive leathery tattoos across his shoulders, armored boots and magnificent flashing swords. “Where did he get those swords?” Montana asked, drooling. She’d been unable to force her eyes away from him all evening. Then he’d walked across the ballroom floor, parting the crowd like Moses through the Red Sea, and asked her to dance. Turns out, he’s quite the music lover. He said he wanted to show her some of his moves. Right! Her Dinnshencha warrior wasn’t born yesterday… There’s more to this Knight than meets the eye, and he’s quite an eyeful. Recognizing her diminishing strength, he offers to prepare her for the Chaos, twenty-four hours when many Paramortals would lose their power.
Sheriff Jack Lang knows something's afoot with Conor's appearance in Destiny. Crazies are coming out of the woodwork, Paramortals are losing their abilities, and dispositions going AWOL, Jack wants to know who will be left standing beside him when the Para-moon begins. If Flambe´ is what Jack thinks he is, the good guys might have a chance. If not, they’ll be in deep… trouble. Where’s an F-18 when you need one?
Eve of Chaos is book 3 in the Paramortals' world of tempestaeries (storm witches), dragons, shifters vampires and fae. Book five, Take These Broken Wings (10/2/16) completes Tempe and Jack's um…series of epiphanies
Interview with Livia Quinn
What makes this series special? It’s a fun emotional and quirky ride with twists and turns that will keep you guessing and relationships that make you want to come back for more. Think of it as a paranormal soap opera. One of my readers said, “Come to Destiny, you won’t want to leave.”
Book one is free, why should I keep reading the series?
Here’s what fans say after reading the whole series.
“Ok, I’m hooked, Give me, give me, give me some more!!!
“Run don’t walk to the buy button. The Destiny Paramortals series is like a mini vacation away from the real world.”
“Tempest is one of the best paranormal romance heroines I’ve ever read. She’s funny, sarcastic, hard-working and has the power to wield storms with her fingertips.”
“This is my new favorite series!”
There’s also a new bonus edition where you get two for the price of one, the Storm Crazy Bonus Edition (books 1&2).
How would you describe the Paramortals? Destiny is a southern small town community; it’s an urban fantasy paranormal cozy, a world of vampires, fae, dragons, and various other supernaturals whose mission is to protect those weaker than themselves. Books 1-5 follow the transformation of Tempest Pomeroy as she comes into her power and Sheriff Jack Lang’s acceptance of his new world. But the series doesn’t end here – still to come Dylan and Kat, River, Aurora and probably more.
Are these books standalones? Destiny is a community much like yours and mine (just add magic) with recurring characters who experience challenges and growth throughout the series so the books should be read in order.
Cry Me a River
Eve of Chaos
Blame it on the Moon
Take These Broken Wings
Do you have any box sets?
Yes, and you money by getting the Destiny Box set, books 1-3. And a new set, the Storm Crazy Bonus Edition out soon has Storm Crazy and Cry Me a River for the price of one. Both give extra value for your buck. After book 6 comes out I’ll put out another box set.