Thursday, August 14, 2014

Celebrate Shifter Month with Mary Quast

Happy Shifter Month!
I spent most summers at our family cottage on a lake in Mid-Michigan. At night we’d gather around a bonfire with neighbors. Indian Dave, a Chippewa friend, wove colorful tales about his people who could shift from human to animal at will. To a child, these legends of shifters were very real.
 “What if Native American shifters ARE real?”  A few Chippewa gal pals have shared experiences they’ve had with real shifters.
The Legend of the Spirit series grew from one idea and a few handsome Native American men. The heroes of these books come from tribes located in Great Lakes Region. They are also either ex- or currently in the military. Each man is deeply spiritual with his animal and nature.
Celebrate Shifter Month with me! Enjoy these samples of my books and be sure to enter my Rafflecopter contest for a chance to win a piece of Legend of the Spirit inspired jewelry.

Legend of the Spirit book 1 - Crow Magic
Lucy Richards is tired of being timid around men. Hoping to overcome her fears and feel like a real woman, she turns to Madame Eve to find a man who will fulfill that goal. Eve arranges a one-night stand with a handsome Shawnee shaman who will teach Lucy to use her womanly power and take her to unimaginable heights.
Shape shifter Seth Crowe is a Keeper of the Spiritual Law who carries souls from darkness to light, and enjoys using his body to accomplish his magic.
Tucked away in the Castillo Poconos Resort, Seth helps Lucy find spiritual and sexual freedom, never dreaming he might find his own mate in the bargain.

Buy Crow Magic at Decadent Publishing


Legend of the Spirit series book 2 - Eagle Dance

Dyami Schafer, a Native American from the Chippewa tribe, leads a lonely life due to his large size and unusual appearance. When his nesting instinct sets in, he turns to Madame Eve and 1Night Stand to help him find his spirit mate. Or at least a woman who accepts him as an eagle shifter.
Amanda Collins never stopped loving the Chippewa boy she knew from her childhood. Maybe a night with a Native American man will help her forget the past and let her move on with her life.
Sometimes, it’s necessary to take a step into the past before dancing into the future. With the help of Madame Eve, will the Spirit of the Eagle carry Dyami and Amanda?

Celebrate Shifter Month with me. I’m giving away some great Legend of the Spirit themed prizes. Enter the Rafflecopter for your chance to win! Visit my blog to see the prizes!
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Romance author and Artist Mary Quast lives in a log home affectionately named "Camp Run-A-Muk" located in the woods of Michigan with her husband, three sons, and a collection of animal family members. When she’s not busy writing contemporary erotic romance for Decadent Publishing, Mary Quast doles out sensual tips and yummy eye candy on her blog “Romantic Interludes”.

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