Tuesday, April 23, 2013

A Native American Shape Shifter

My ancestors settled in Michigan right after the civil war and since then Chippewa legends and herbal medicine have become woven into the fabric of my heritage. My grandmother fascinated my cousins and me with tales of spirit animals. Grandma would often say, “Hush children. Crows are spirit carriers and you don’t want them hear you speak ill of the dead.” I often remember watching a handsome crow in her backyard and wonder if it carried Grandfather’s spirit to visit her. 

I have crows nesting in the woods on my property and they are truly magnificent creatures to behold. The intelligent gaze, silken feathers, strength of flight led my imagination to create the hero in Crow Magic.
Tecumseh, aka Seth Crowe is a Shawnee shaman who guides people out of the spiritual darkness of their lives, but at a cost on his own stability. He is naturally charming but from his demanding “work”, his family fears he’s on a path of becoming bad-tempered and destructive.

When the drop-dead sexy man with is obsidian eyes, long black hair and tanned skin covering delicious muscles came to me, I couldn’t refuse the story. 

A 1Night Stand story


Lucy Richards is tired of being timid around men and turns to Madame Eve to give her a man for a night that will help her overcome her fears to feel like a real woman. Eve arranges a night tucked away in the Castillo Poconos Resort with a handsome Shawnee shaman who will teach her to use her womanly power and take her to unimaginable heights.

Seth Crowe, a shape shifter and Keeper of the Spiritual Law, considers himself to be a carrier of souls from darkness to light and enjoys using his body to accomplish his magic. When his brother refers him to 1 Night Stand he certainly didn’t expect to find a fiery angel sleeping in a sensuous body and experience the true balance of nature. 


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. As a professional artist, Mary Quast answered the call to express herself creatively. With her descriptive writing style she has developed a knack for creating passionate characters and realistic settings. When she’s not busy writing contemporary erotic romance novels, novelettes, and short stories, Mary Quast doles out sensual tips and yummy eye candy on her blog “Romantic Interludes”.

Visit Mary's website or her blog, Romantic Interludes.


Savanna Kougar said...

Looks shaman-shifter wonderful, Mary. Congrats on your latest release.

Mary Quast said...

Thanks, Savanna!

Savanna Kougar said...

Mary, if you'd like to be a guest at our SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS author blog, we have Thursday or Sunday's open. http://shapeshifterseductions.blogspot.com ~