Release Day for Moon, Mist & Magic!

Five fantastic tales of paranormal romance woven with moon, mist, and magic…

Today is the release day for Moon, Mist & Magic!

Get ready to be enchanted by mythical beasts, magical creatures, and moonlit nights. Enjoy your favorite author, and perhaps discover someone new, in these five fantastic tales of paranormal romance woven with moon, mist, and magic…  

Anthology, Fantasy, Paranormal

Witch You Were Here, by Maureen L. Bonatch

Lucy is a witch with a successful business righting magical mischief. A call for help from her high-school heartache, Shane, prompts Lucy to manage his magical mayhem herself. No longer a nervous, hormonal, teenager, Lucy takes the case to force an apology and bury her past humiliation. To her surprise, Shane insists he couldn’t forget Lucy—because she hexed him ten years ago. Will Shane and Lucy put their past behind them, or will the spell prove permanent? 

A Ghost of a Chance, by Abigail Owen

What’s a girl to do when her brother’s ghost appears asking for help? If that wasn’t bad enough, finding her not-dead-yet brother’s body before he becomes permanently spectral isn’t her only problem. Josie can’t save him on her own. The only person who can help is the last person who would want to. Bryce Evans, a man she once wrapped hopes of her future around, can’t stand to be near her. How can she convince him when her evidence is a ghost he can’t see?

Dangerous Dreams, by J.C. McKenzie

As a dragon shifter in hiding, Lara Stone wants nothing to do with others of her kind or finding a mate. No way, no how. She’s perfectly content to work for a security company, masquerading as a simple mage. When the leader of all the dragon clans personally requests her as a bodyguard, Lara fears her secret is blown, or worse. What danger could possibly make Rafael Dragoi, the powerful Astarot, seek protection?

Myths and Legends 101, by L.A. Kelley

Flickering lights. Strange drifting shadows. Unnatural cold. Anthropology professor Jim Calloway is convinced the recent eerie phenomena at Octavian College are due to his overactive imagination until he meets Keilana Yamada and her eccentric grandfather, Toshi. Dazzled by the beautiful Keilani, Jim volunteers to help hunt for an ancient evil roaming the ivied halls. Can a mild-mannered academic find his inner demon hunter and a way into Keilani’s heart? Or will a supernatural predator with an insatiable hunger destroy them first?

The Keeper, by Sharon Saracino

When a stranger lands on her slab, poisoned with silver and reeking of vampire, Medical Examiner Olivia Duncan fears someone’s discovered her dangerous secret. Enter Nick Alexios, a mysterious man with a hidden agenda of his own. Olivia ignites his passion and challenges his loyalties, making him question his duty. Nick might be Olivia’s salvation…or her downfall. Will honor-bound promises drive them apart or unite them against threats from both near and far?

Read an Excerpt from Each Story

Prepare to be enchanted by mythical beasts, magical creatures and moonlit nights.

Pick up your ebook or print copy today.

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You’re invited! 

Meet the authors of Moon, Mist & Magic at our Facebook Party! 

Friday, Moon, Mist & Magic Facebook PartyAugust 12th

6 pm- 9 pm

Come join the party and take a chance on winning some awesome prizes! 

Just last week I saw Halloween decorations out in the store. Who is ready for Fall & all the magic that comes along with it?

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17 thoughts on “Release Day for Moon, Mist & Magic!

  1. Alicia Dean

    WOW!!! Sounds like an awesome collection of stories. I have the inside track on Maureen’s, and I know it’s a good one! Off to get my copy now, and YES, I am absolutely ready for fall and Halloween!

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  2. M.J. Schiller

    For me Fall means Missouri Tigers football and the start of the Blues hockey season. It means hot apple cider and pumpkin donuts. It means a show will be put on by the leaves, providing Nature’s own kaleidoscope, colors every changing, and equally beautiful with each breeze or raindrop.

    But Fall also means back to school, which means back to work. 🙁 I didn’t get done nearly what I wanted to do over the summer, which seems to be how things always turn out. But then I remember how very blessed I am to have my summer’s off in the first place.

    Congrats on your new release! The stories sound wonderful!

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