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Title: Storm Crazy

Author: Livia Quinn

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Blurb:

Zeus’ holey boxers! Tempe's having a really bad day. Her powers will no longer be denied which might mean the end of her budding relationship with Sheriff Jack Lang.

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.


I heard a quiet click of metal behind me, spun around and swallowed a startled gasp. I was staring into the barrel of a mean looking gun, and at the other end of that rigid grip was an even meaner looking Jack Lang, the one I hadn’t met until now, a cold-as-ice predator. His knuckles were white but his arm was steady as a granite mountain.

“Where’” he growled. One eye actually twitched as silver eyes whitened into pure frost. If he was trying to scare me, he’d succeeded.

A sound rumbled up from his chest like that of an animal. “What have you done with Jordie?”

Recognition came in a flash. I smacked my hand against my forehead. “I knew I recognized her.”

His eyes seemed to take on an angular appearance, brows winging up, but the gun never wavered. “Woman, you’d better start talking or you’re not going to like my next move.”

Not an animal—a papa-bear.

I’m sorry.”

He gave a snarl of pain and grabbed me. “What do you mean you’re sorry?”

“I mean…” I squirmed in his bruising grip…”I’m sorry I didn’t put it together.”

He roared, “What the hell are you talking about? Where is Jor—”

“She’s at your parents’.” It finally dawned on me; he thought I’d kidnapped his daughter. Zeus’ newborn godling!

“You’re lying. I was just there.” He recoiled when I put my hand on his arm, but thankfully, he was professional enough not to pull the trigger. My guess: he was probably tempted.

“Call her,” I suggested.

He pointed his finger at me and said, “You. Don’t. Move.”

This time, I obeyed.

He eyed the amphora I clutched to my chest but said nothing. Pulling out his cell, he spoke into it, “Call. Dad.” I could tell when Jordie came on the line. His shoulders relaxed and even in the dark his eyes shone with relief.

He spoke deliberately, “We’re going to have a talk when I get there about getting into vehicles with strangers.” The word strangers was more of a snarl than a word. Then, “I know. Still goes. I lov—.”

His lids lowered briefly as a frustrated sound escaped his throat and he squeezed the phone. He lowered the gun. I thought he was leaving. Just like that. Then he spun around toward the house his face in profile, planted his hands on his hips and looked up at the sky like he was waiting for some kind of divine intervention. The whole time I watched his aura change and vent, like colored steam pouring from a teakettle.

I saw the minute he’d made his decision, his shoulders relaxed, his aura turning a cool Caribbean blue. Now that I knew he was Jordie’s father, I wasn’t as intimidated as I’d been looking down the barrel of his gun.

“You’ve done a wonderful job with Jordie, Sheriff. She’s a great kid.”

He holstered the gun with more force than necessary. “And you’re an expert on parenting, I suppose.”

Low blow. I should have expected that I guess. So much for a truce.

“I know a bit. Now, if you’ve come to arrest me, do it. Otherwise, I’ve had a hell of a day. I want a long hot bath and a cold glass of sweet tea.”

“You think you can just walk away after what you did? I ought to haul you off to jail.”

Anger flared, “I gave a teenager a ride—your teenager, an act of kindness that may put the nail in my employment coffin in the morning.”

That serpentine glare returned. I seemed to bring out his inner dragon. “You...escaped custody,” he gritted.

“Hello...” I threw up my hand. “I don’t remember being arrested, just illegally detained.” I punctuated that with a poke to his chest.

Big mistake.

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Author Biography:

Livia left the city near D.C. to settle on the bayou in Louisiana with her husband and Cajun Pomeranian where she pens both contemporary military romance and paranormal romance. She loves hearing from her readers.

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Jan 15, 2020

Thank you, Livia, for sharing your book in our Book Series Starter Mini Event.

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