Thursday 23 May 2013

Superstition Mountain Trilogy by Stacey Thompson

Superstition Mountain
Superstition Mountain Trilogy Part One

by Stacey Thompson

Paranormal Romance Western

The Order has been around for as long as Demons have roamed the earth, but when the first Demon starts a war, there are only a few left to finish it.

Ami's different and one of the best Monster Slayers there is, but she's not ready to face the dark with the one person who knows her best, Wesley the one who trained her. She might just fall in love with him

Blood and Dust
Superstition Mountain Trilogy Part Two

by Stacey Thompson

Paranormal Romance Western

Protecting the world against evil isn't easy when you are cursed with evil yourself. Ami is between the dark and the light. Will she be able to save herself and those she loves? Or will Price take her to the dark?

Truth in Lies
Superstition Mountain Trilogy Part Three

by Stacey Thompson

Paranormal Romance Western

Wesley thought the search was over, but finding Ami was just the start of his problems. When a shady Witch joins them, trouble is all they get. Can Wesley bring Ami back from the darkness that's trying to take over her, or is she their new enemy?

Excerpt:  Superstition Mountain, Part One 

     Ami opened her eyes to a clearing in the middle of the woods. She watched a

woman  franticly looking for a place to hide the bundle she had in her arms. Ami

took a couple of  steps closer to see what it was she was carrying until she could

see it was a baby.

     The woman finally seemed to find a place she could put the child. She threw

some  branches back in a bush and revealed a small open space. She carefully slid

the baby in it and placed a green stone in his blankets. Ami watched the stone glow

a faint green and then  fade back to it's original color.

     Ami watched the woman as she tried to run, but something was coming. She

looked into the woods and finally saw what it was that was hunting this woman and

her baby. Price.

     She felt her breath catch and waited. Price caught sight of the woman and smiled

as he ran for her. She tried to get away, but wasn't fast enough. Price grabbed her

arm and flung her into a nearby tree. The woman fell and tried to crawl away, but

she didn't get far. Price picked her up and slammed her against the tree, holding her

there by her throat.

     “Where's the child?” He held her there as he spoke, but she didn't answer. “I'll

find the Monster Slayer bloodline and snuff it out with or without your help.” He

smiled and bit her neck. She screamed, but it wasn't long before the life was drained

from her.

     Ami looked back to the bush, but the vision was fading in front of her. In only a

minute, there was nothing but darkness.


     Wesley tried to push the Vampire away from him, but she was clearly a lot

stronger and only laughed at his attempt to get away.

     “Is that your choice?” She pulled him to her and kissed his lips hard before

finishing her thought. “That's too bad. I liked you.” She held the knife to his throat

and pressed slightly. She was going to drag this out and make his death long and


     Wesley took a breath and hoped for a quick end when the door suddenly flew

open. The Vampire turned and held the knife at her side. Wesley couldn't see who it

was, but guessed Maggie had finally showed up to save his ass.

     He saw the gleam of a gold blade as it came down at the Vampire's neck. She

dodged it and swiped with her blade. Wesley finally could see who it was that was

fighting off the bitch.

     Jason, his father.

     Wesley didn't waste any time in retrieving his gun from the table on the other

side of the room and shot at the Vampire as Jason tried to take her head. The blade

was large and easy to see coming, but she didn't expect the bullet that hit her in the

chest. Jenna fell to the ground with her mouth open in a silent scream. The men

watched her body burn from the inside out until there was nothing left but dust.

     “Are you alright?” Jason turned his head to see Wesley as he spoke. Wesley was

uneasy that Jason had followed him, but maybe he felt a little loyalty to his own son

and that was enough for him.

     “I'm fine,” Wesley answered, trying to stay upright. His head was hurt and he was

clearly bleeding, but it wasn't anything he couldn't handle or had in the past. “Why

are you even here?” He said it before he thought about it.

     “I thought you'd need some help,” Jason said plainly. Wesley raised his

eyebrows in response, but didn't say anything more. “We need to get Maggie and

get out of here.” Wesley felt the same way so he nodded and grabbed his hat from

the floor. He was glad he wasn't alone in this and had people that were willing to kill

this Demon Vampire and get the one thing he would never live his life without. He'd

die before he'd leave her to this thing even if he had no idea how to kill Price.


     Ami could feel the wind on her skin before she even opened her eyes. When she

did finally open her eyes, the first thing that caught her eye was the dark sky above

her and then the house. She knew where she was this time. She was at the home

she grew up in, but she wasn't sure why. The house looked the same as it had

when she was younger. The wood was weather stripped and the door was flimsy,

but kept the elements out. The windows still had the glass in them and a faint light

shown from one of the closer ones.

     She took the few steps it took to get to the door and opened it slowly. Ami saw a

familiar scene from the last night he mother was alive.

     A man wearing a dark hat was standing in the middle of the room. Another man

was holding her mother against the wall by her throat. The same as the woman in t

the vision Ami saw.

     Ami wanted to run up and pull the man off of her mother, but she couldn't move.

Everything she remembered as a child was being challenged and the past was

becoming clear.

      “Where's the child?” The man in the dark hat said, not taking his glowing green

eyes from her mother. That's when it clicked for Ami. This wasn't just another

Demon. This was Price. That's when he caught sight of a younger and more

vulnerable Ami. “That's the one we're looking for.” He took a step towards the girl,

but she ran.

     Ami was screaming in her own head for the younger self to run faster and never

look back, but she knew how it ended and now she knew everything she ever

thought about herself was true. She wasn't just a girl chosen to fight as a Monster

Slayer. She was a born Monster Slayer. Her blood was connected to the first one

and the line that Price wanted to kill so many years ago.

      The thought made her want to run as the vision started to fade and she closed

her eyes. Ami didn't want to wake up to a new nightmare that no one had ever told

her about.

About the Author:
Stacey has been writing since she can remember. She primarily writes Edgy Paranormal and Paranormal Romance, but has dabbled in the Horror and Young Adult Genres.

She is a mother of three and lives in the beautiful state of Wyoming. You can find her at her blog and Facebook page.

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  1. Looks like another great series. I can't wait to read these. Thanks!

  2. I would love to read this series. I lived in Phoenix for ten years right near these mountains and it makes me home sick seeing all the pictues. Thanks for the chance to win!