Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Now on Tour The Moonstone and Miss Jones by Jillian Stone

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The Moonstone and Miss Jones
Book Two in the Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator Series
By Jillian Stone

Genre: Paranormal romance with steampunk and erotic elements

Publisher: Kensington Brava

Date of Publication: September 26, 2012

ISBN-10: 075826898X   
ISBN-13: 978-0758268983

Number of pages: 300

Book Description:

The Moonstone and Miss Jones is the dark and sexy sequel to The Seduction of Phaeton Black. Phaeton returns to England in time to help Doctor Exeter and the mysterious deadly Nightshades rescue London once again––this time from Professor Lovecraft's destructive tinkering. 

As the threads of existence begin to unravel, the eccentric scientist attempts to save his son’s deteriorating condition by replacing body parts with mechanical apparatus. Ah, but how to power them? The near mad professor believes he has found a way to unleash the arcane energy inside the Moonstone and he needs Phaeton Black to help him do it.

When Phaeton is shanghaied in Shanghai, America Jones assumes the worst––that he has abandoned her in the Orient. An angry Miss Jones returns to London, where their spirited partnership takes an unexpected turn––a new business venture MOONSTONE INVESTIGATIONS. No uncommon psychical disturbance refused.

Well, why not mix business with pleasure?

Author Bio:

In 2010, Jillian won the RWA Golden Heart for An Affair with Mr. Kennedy and went from no agent or publisher to signing with Richard Curtis and being offered a three book contract by Pocket Books. That summer, she also won the erotica category of the 2010 Romance Through the Ages contest for The Seduction of Phaeton Black and was offered a three book contract by Kensington Brava. Needless to say, she has been busy writing books this past year and a half! Jillian lives in Southern California and is currently working on the third book in the Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator series, The Miss Education of Dr. Exeter.

Twitter: @gJillianStone

Tour wide giveaway details

Win Phaeton’s most charming charm bracelet

And find clues to the Moonstone’s hiding place in this modern, edgy take on the traditional charm bracelet created by Ana Karolina, a 19-year-old Mexican born designer who made her debut at Nordstrom at the ripe old age of 17. This silver-plated chain bracelet makes skulls and bugs look oh-so cool!

Five copies of The Moonstone & Miss Jones (e-book or print- winner’s choice)


Diane P. Diamond said...

I love Jillian's books. I've been really looking forward to the follow up to Phaeton and Miss Jones' adventures.

dpd333 (at) aol dot com

Lynda Bailey said...

Jillian is a fabulous story teller and Phaeton is so totally my favorite character as well. Can't wait for more of his "adventures."

Amanda Ray said...

Love the book description- sounds like a great read!