Destiny – Is it Mayberry or Middle Earth?
The Destiny Paramortals series paranormal romance—a world of dragons, storm witches (tempestaeries), vampires, shifters, and fae protecting mankind while searching for their fated mates in the Paramortals urban fantasy world. 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.
“Come to Destiny, you won’t want to leave.”
Welcome to Destiny, home to the Paramortals since…well, forever…where human neighbors and their new sheriff live alongside shifters, dragons, vampires and a family of djinn.
Just don’t tell the humans.
Fans of the Destiny Paramortals say:
“This is my new favorite series!”
“Ok, I’m hooked, give me, give me some more!!”
“The Destiny Paramortals series is like a mini vacation away from the real world.”
“Run don’t walk to the buy button.”
“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.”
Note: The Paramortals series is the complete arc of Jack and Tempe’s and the other Paramortals journey toward their ultimate potential. They are not standalones and should be read in order.
To former Navy pilot-turned-sheriff Jack Lang, the town of Destiny appeared the perfect place to settle down – safe, sane and secure. But his investigation into a perplexing death shatters the alleged calm and threatens the tranquil home life he hoped to provide for his daughter. Especially, when he catches his mail lady in the act of stealing an antique vase after stepping over said body. Soon enough, Jack discovers Tempest Pomeroy is an outright trouble magnet who never fails to test the limits of his patience or the law.
Tempe’s regular job is delivering the mail, but the chaotic storm brewing in this idyllic small town amplifies her quickening powers. Her genie brother’s bottle is missing, her mother’s nowhere to be found, and the sexy sheriff and her ex-lover are facing off like gladiators in an arena. Except, well, Destiny doesn’t even have a civic center. For most of her life, she’s denied her heritage, but as the sheriff’s investigation veers off into the bizarre and intrudes into the existence of the Paramortals, danger heads toward them like an F5 tornado… Look out, Tempest’s about to go Storm Crazy.
A human sheriff, a storm witch, and the quirky, supernatural town of Destiny. What could go wrong?
Amid the strange goings on in his new hometown, Sheriff Jack Lang organizes a search for Tempest Pomeroy’s brother. Although Jack glimpsed her supposed supernatural talents in the form of lightning bolts aimed directly at him—special effects, had to be—nothing will keep him from doing his job to protect the town’s residents, his daughter, and even the trouble-making Tempe.
In the course of the investigation, lies and suspicions cloud their mutual attraction, but Storm Witch Tempe’s new ex-Navy pilot beau vows to learn everything about this quirky town.
Everything? Like a massive rumble of thunder, her family secrets—including her brother’s djinn nature—shake things up. Sure, Jack may stick around to finish his investigation, but once he knows all about the supernatural aspects of the town…? Well, wouldn’t it be just like a man to exit a relationship when he finds out a woman has a few little secrets?
Because in the town of Destiny, the burgeoning, unpredictable supernatural whips up a massive whirlwind of everything.
A seer predicts that Dinnschencha warrior Montana will meet a dark, dangerous stranger at the Mardi Gras ball and in walks Dark Knight Conor de Sept Flambé. With his gleaming muscles, dragon-scale tattoos, and magnificent flashing swords, this clan leader fulfilled his destiny when he traveled through centuries to claim his fated mate and ensure the Paramortals’ survival.
As Chaos—twenty-four hours when many Paramortals lose their power—fast approaches, Conor offers to prepare multi-shifter Montana for battle. Ready to fight for her family and town, nothing can prepare her for a war of the heart with a sexy dragon shifter who possesses an affinity for rock music and wants to show her his moves. Yeah, right. Sure, they can dance the night away, but their flames of desire threaten to scorch everything in sight.
On the Eve of Chaos, as their passion burns, who will be left standing to fight? A human sheriff, a dragon and a Dinnshencha warrior. Will it be enough to ward off the Paramortals’ destruction?
It’s the height of the Para-moon, and Sheriff Jack Lang is up to his ‘six’ in alligators. Who is he kidding? Alligators he could handle, but supernatural bad guys? Ragtag doesn’t begin to describe his band of temporary heroes who show up at dawn to fight. If he has to go to war with this group, he has no doubt the battle to save the town, his daughter, his girlfriend, and the Paramortals ends before it begins.
With his girlfriend, Storm Witch Tempe Pomeroy, and the other Paramortals ill or incapacitated, the sudden appearance of unidentified beings bent on destruction rocks his former ideal of this quaint town even further. At the height of the Para-moon, Jack must keep the town of Destiny out of the hands of their enemies and ensure that the humans remain in the dark.
It’s only twenty-four hours. If worse comes to worse, he has a dragon on his side and a few surprises up his sleeve. But in Destiny, do things ever go as planned?
Not long ago, Sheriff Jack Lang would have sworn there were no such things as vampires, storm witches (tempestaeries), djinn or dragons. That was before he met Tempest Pomeroy, his sexy redheaded mail lady and trouble magnet. He’d fallen for her before he found out about her special abilities. But that wasn’t what turned his life upside down. His transformation into a supernatural being… Yep, that would do it.
Tempe had feared her supernatural nature would be a problem for Jack, who’d mistaken Destiny for a normal safe, small town. Turns out, Destiny is more paranormal then normal. But that didn’t explain why Jack left her in favor of haunting the highest levees in the parish. Sure, he’d received a shock, and Tempe’s willing to do whatever it takes, but can she convince him to return to his life and to her?
A stubborn man was one thing, but a grumpy, depressed twenty-ton dragon presents a bit more of a challenge.
There’s a new supe, as in supernatural, in Destiny. She sauntered into the Moat of Morpheus, a redheaded violet-eyed warrior carrying a giant head-splitter of a sword and wielding it with magic. River Pomeroy felt an immediate attraction, as well as a lifting of the despair that served as his only companion for months. But his renewed hope faded ultrafast.
Cinder means to kill a dragonhunter and accuses River of hiding the truth about her target. Turns out, River has a secret and his own reasons for staying quiet. If he remains under the villain’s control, devastating consequences threaten his family, and ultimately, the other Paramortals oof Destiny.
After his sister and the dragon sheriff go missing, River and Cinder join forces. But echoes from their pasts bring a shattering revelation about their Paramortal families and the dragonhunter’s true identity.
Can they forgive the grievances of the past and defeat their common enemy before the news tears their relationship and the Paramortals apart forever?
Storm Crazy Bonus Editions Books 1 & 2 The best way to begin…
I’m 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.
I’m 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…