Guest Post Immortal Moon by June Stevens Westerfield

Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Title: Immortal Moon
Author: June Stevens
Series: A Moon Sisters Novel: Paranorm World (Book 2)
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Crimson Tree Publishing
Release Date: Nov 9 2015
Edition/Formats: Audio CD/eBook/Print
Blurb/Synopsis:
Anya Moon only has one personal rule: Don't date vampires. She never dreamed the price for breaking it could be her life.
In his five hundred years as an assassin, Jarrett Campbell has never gone beyond a one-night stand with a woman. As a vampire, he knows a lasting relationship with a Norm is out of the question. But Anya Moon is just too intriguing to pass up. A two-week fling can't hurt as long as they both know how it will end… right?
Caught up in a romance he never expected, Jarrett forgets that his life as an assassin is never safe... especially when one of his past targets returns from the dead. Now he is in a race against time to save Anya, but is her life worth his death?



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Guest Post ~ Fortune's Told

“Come on, let’s go see the Fortune Teller,” River said in a sing-song voice as she pointed to a brightly colored tent sitting among other brightly colored tents. Everything was brightly colored, from the tents and banners to the clothes of everyone attending the Rainbow Festival, including my sisters and I. It was the one day a year we got Fiona into a color other than brown or black. And the one time a year River bought new clothes. She wore a new brightly colored dress each day of the week-long festival that celebrated the end of the Cataclysm. The first festival had been held in Nash City a nearly a hundred and thirty years ago after the first sixth month period with no devastatingly violent storms or earthquakes anywhere in the region. “Really, Rivs, if I wanted to know my future I’d consult any of the clairvoyant mages the Blades have on staff,” Fiona teased. “Or you can just have a vision and tell us what’s in store,” I said, grinning. River blew out a breath in exasperation. Everyone knows the Fortune Tellers at the festival aren’t real. They are a tribute to the fortune tellers and psychics they used to have at festivals before the Cataclysm. They put on a great show. It’ll be fun.” She repeated the same thing we goaded her into saying very year. Fiona and I laughed. “Okay, okay,” I relented. “Let’s go see what our futures hold.” River beamed. The tent was made of heavy canvas and would have been dark if not for what must have been a dozen candles. The flickering light cast shadows around the room which was decorated with multi-colored cloths hanging from the walls. In the center of the room there was a small round table covered with a cloth and a large glass ball on a wooden pedestal. The dark haired woman seated there was not the same actress that had played the fortune teller for the past several years. She looked up, and flashed a wide, red-lipped smile. “Who is first for Madame Graciella?” River nudged my arm. “You go first, Anya.” “Sure, why not?” I laughed and sat down, waiting for the fortune teller to stare into the glass ball and proclaim romance and riches in my future. Instead, Madame Graciella reached across the table and took my hand in hers. A strange sense of dread crept over me as she turned my hand over and peered down at it, brushing the fingers of her other hand lightly over my palm. “Ahh, yes,” she said in a dramatic, breathy voice. “I see a tall, dark, and handsome man.” I grinned and winked at my sisters, the dread from a moment before fading. Yep, here was the usual banter I had been expecting. Though, I had to admit the fortune teller could have easily been reading my recent past. I let my mind flit back for a moment to the yummy vampire I’d had a very short fling with a month ago when he’d been my bodyguard. “Yes, I see this man in your life, and I see love. Such great and powerful love.” I nearly snorted. No way she was seeing my past then. My future either. Suddenly Madam Graciella’s grip tightened on my hand. “I see violence and betrayal, and blood. So much blood.” Her voice had become almost shrill, then she took a sharp breath. “Death. Death all around you. So many will die.” I snatched my hand out of her grasp and stood, my blood chilled in my veins. To my dismay, my hands were trembling. “That’s enough,” Fiona ordered. “Come on Anya, we are leaving.” She tossed a buck on the table then grabbed River and I by the arms and pulled us out of the tent. I turned to River, expecting to see her distraught, but instead found her giggling. “Oh, my, that was an entertaining show,” she said. “Fiona, I can’t believe you got so upset. It’s all fake.” I marveled at my sweet, sensitive, little sister. The display inside the tent hadn’t fazed her a bit. “Scaring people to death, that’s not a show, it’s criminal. I ought to go back in there and arrest her,” Fiona raged. “Don’t you dare,” River scolded, putting her hand on Fiona’s arm to keep her from storming back into the tent. Shoving one hand in my pocket and grasping my shopping back with the other to hide the fact that they were still shaking, I let out a flimsy laugh. “Calm down, Fiona. I know it was just a show. I was just doing my part to entertain River.” Fiona gave me a hard look, and I could tell she didn’t quite believe me, but she nodded. “Come on, let’s go see what kind of disgustingly sweet and buttery festival food we can find.” She and River looped arms and headed off towards a food cart. Taking a deep breath, I followed, not yet able to shake the sense of foreboding that was now like a dark cloud in the back of my mind.  


Title: Voodoo Moon
Author: June Stevens
Series: A Moon Sisters Novel: Paranorm World (Book 1)
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Crimson Tree Publishing
Release Date: Nov 9 2015
Edition/Formats: Audio CD/eBook/Print
Blurb/Synopsis: 
A sinister magic is sweeping across Nash City... 

To Fiona Moon, it’s just another day at work. And some days, well, they’re a helluva lot worse than others. As a member of the elite Black Blade Guard, Fiona is tasked with hunting down the most-dangerous Paranorm criminals. To find out who is kidnapping mages and sucking the life energy from their bodies, she has to work with the one man that embodies everything she despises. 

Master Necromancer Ian Barroes, a rich professor of Necromantic Studies, wants only one thing in this world… Fiona. 

They each hold secrets that could destroy them, but ones that could also be the key to destroying the evil Voodoo priest, Bokor. They must learn to trust each other and track down Bokor before more innocent lives are lost. When Fiona becomes a target of the evil madman, she is lured into his trap. Now, she and Ian have to fight for survival… and their very souls. 
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About The Paranorm World

Two hundred years ago the world was very different. It was an age of technology and prosperity. There were more than 7 billion people on earth. Magic and paranormal beings were relegated to fiction and myth. In the Technological Age Year 2012 the Earth experienced a natural phenomena which we now call the Cataclysm. There was a polar shift in which the earths natural magnetic poles shifted. The polar shift caused a series of natural disasters that changed the landscape of the world. In the years that followed 2012—Earthquakes, hurricanes, blizzards, tornadoes, and tsunamis pounded the world leaving devastation and death. Whole cities and even states were leveled by earthquakes and swallowed by the sea. The melting of the polar ice caps caused flooding. Society collapsed. With major cities being leveled by disasters governments crumbled. Power plants and refineries were destroyed. The basic infrastructure of the country disintegrated. There was no longer any electricity, public water systems no longer worked. Food supplies dwindled as there was no longer enough gasoline for shipping. At first the government tried to keep order with police and military. But as more and more disasters destroyed major cities and even the capital of the United States, the government crumbled. With no government to pay or command them there was no longer an army or even police forces. Riots abounded, destroying as much property as the disasters. Disasters killed more than half the population in less than a year. Over the next five decades famine, disease, and war killed millions more. Humanities only chance for survival was reliant on those who had long ago become outcasts and myths. Humans who through natural evolution, genetics, or viruses had preternatural abilities. In the ruins of the old civilization, a new one rose up. One that blends technology and magic. One where paranormal beings like mages, vampires and werebeasts live side by side with normal humans.



June is a geek girl, fat chick, and unrepentant romantic. She writes full time and is both independently and traditionally published. She writes in several romance genres including paranormal/urban fantasy, suspense, fantasy, sci-fi, and contemporary romance. She also works part time running her greeting card company.
When not working, June can be found making jewelry, reading, cooking, or watching geeky movies with her husband and snuggling with her 6…YES 6, furbabies. Notice cleaning wasn’t listed…
June currently writes as both June Stevens and June Stevens Westerfield due to a name mix-up with another author named June Stevens. Eventually you will be able to find all of her books by searching June Stevens Westerfield.
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