Who’s brave enough to disturb the paranormal mysteries of the forest? #MFRWHooks

THE next morning, Lane found something a little out of the routine, an email from a woman named Chiara DeLuna, who introduced herself as a ‘paranormal investigations professional’.

      Lane shook his head as he read the email.

      First off, if your title includes the word ‘professional’ I’m going to think you’re a little insecure. And if you’re that insecure, you probably don’t know what the hell you’re doing.

      And if you’re coming to ask me for help, then I think maybe we’re both on the trail to Pretty Well Lost.

      He read it again, strictly for entertainment value. “Dear Mr. Donatelli: Perhaps you know my name, Chiara DeLuna, Professional Investor of all things paranormal and weird? My television show on the YES cable network has won several awards, and I have busted myths and legends around the country and also on an international scale. In researching my latest project, I find that not a lot is available on mystical happenings in your local forests, other than the usual Native American spirit legends. I know your book is fiction, but something about the way you tell this story shows me you know more than you’re sharing about what goes on in those deep, dark woods. The Montana Vortex is located just north of the area you wrote about. Are you familiar with this? I’m thinking of featuring this site in one of my upcoming programs. If you’d be willing to be interviewed, I’d love to spend some time picking your brain. You could be one of my on screen sources, maybe even get in a plug for your book. What do you say? I’ll be in Missoula in a few weeks, and I’d love to get together and buy you a drink. Or coffee, maybe, at that little Butterfly coffee shop you wrote about? I’ve included my cell phone number and email address. I’ll be waiting to hear from you.”

      She signed her name with a little circle above it. Or was that a halo?

      Lane chuckled. “Oh, lady, if you only knew what I could tell you about those woods.”

THE ELF GUARDIAN Clan Elves of the Bitterroot (Book IV): The strong Earth energies that support the Clan Elves of the Bitterroot have gone awry for unknown reasons, and the powerful forces at work have not gone unnoticed by the outside world.

Can Max get humans, mages, and elves working together in time to save the land before the energies spin out of control? Or is this the end of the elven world in the Bitterroot Mountains? 

When a paranormal investigator looking for a story to save her career is told a fantastic tale by the juvenile and disobedient elf prince Elliun, his young albino elf bodyguard Max must try to fix the mistake.

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Posted on March 30, 2022, in book, fantasy, fiction, magic, Uncategorized, urban fantasy, writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Hi, Lyndi,

    Is this part of your elf series? The mystical aspects of the forest seem similar.

    Anyway, your description and excerpt intrigue me!

  2. intriguing excerpt

  3. It is The Elf Guardian from the series, yes. thanks!

  4. ‘First off, if your title includes the word ‘professional’ I’m going to think you’re a little insecure.’ LOL. I’m so triggered by this. I call myself a ‘professional marriage celebrant’ sometimes when I’m trying to spice up my bio/shake things up a bit. Guess I know what I’m editing this week. Haha!

  5. Unique storyline. I enjoyed the excerpt. Thanks for sharing. Lane chuckled. “Oh, lady, if you only knew what I could tell you about those woods.” LIked that line.

  6. It sounds like something very interesting is lurking in the woods.
    Tweeted.

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