Welcome to Destiny, or I should say Middle Earth…
*Jack Lang, sheriff, former Navy pilot. * To say Destiny was not what I expected would be like saying Wolverine's fingernails were long enough for a manicure. I'd been looking for Mayberry, a quaint little safe town to raise my daughter. That ship sailed when I met Tempest Pomeroy, who turned out to be a storm witch with a djinni brother and an ex who was… hell, I don't know what he is. But I wasn’t sure I could stay. I had a teenage daughter to consider.
*Tempe Pomeroy, Tempestaerie, mail lady, and - as Jack likes to say - trouble magnet.* Isn't it just like a man to exit a relationship when he finds out a woman has a few little secrets? Following Jack's, um, enlightenment, he finally started investigating my little brother's disappearance, but time is running out and our relationship has gone from attraction to suspicion, support to friendship, romance to oh-my-god-get-away-from-me revulsion.
Jack’s an ex-Navy pilot. He says he wants to know “everything”. He may stick around, help me save my brother and discover the whereabouts of my parents, but I doubt he’ll still want to take me to the Mardi Gras ball, once he knows “everything”. He'll probably take the first jet out of Middle Earth. 'Cause there’s a lot of everything…
Book five, Take These Broken Wings completes Tempe and Jack's um…series of epiphanies, grin. But the series continues with River's story, Blood Moon, book six, available now for 99cents in the Moonlight Magic box.
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. Readers say, “Come to Destiny, you won’t want to leave.”
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 other supernaturals whose mission is to protect those weaker than themselves. Books 1-6 follow the transformation of Tempest Pomeroy as she comes into her power, Sheriff Jack Lang’s acceptance of his new world and the growth of secondary Paramortal characters like Montana and Conor, the dragon. But the series doesn’t end here – still to come Dylan and Kat's story and more.
Book one is free, why should I keep reading the series?
Here’s what fans of the Destiny Paramortals 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!”
Are these books standalones?
No. 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. See order below.
Do you have any box sets?
Yes, you can save by getting the Destiny Box set, books 1-3 or the bonus set, Storm Crazy Bonus Edition which has Storm Crazy and Cry Me a River. After book 6 comes out by itself (outside of the Moonlight Magic box) I’ll put out another box set of books 4-6.
Destiny Paramortals (Southern Paranormal Urban Fantasy Cozy)
Storm Crazy, 1
Cry Me a River, 2
Eve of Chaos, book 3
Storm Lake Box set 1: 1-3
Blame it on the Moon, 4
Take These Broken, 5
Blood Moon, 6, preorder for 99cents in Moonlight Magic Paranormal box