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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

four enchanting paranormal romantic novellas

¿Mortal in Mysteria¿ by Susan Grant. Demon brought the supernatural settlers to Mysteria, Colorado centuries ago. For showing kindness, an outraged Lucifer kicks Demon out of his hell sanctuary to live and die in Mysteria. Pastor Harmony finds the naked Damon and nu...
¿Mortal in Mysteria¿ by Susan Grant. Demon brought the supernatural settlers to Mysteria, Colorado centuries ago. For showing kindness, an outraged Lucifer kicks Demon out of his hell sanctuary to live and die in Mysteria. Pastor Harmony finds the naked Damon and nurtures him back to health even as they fall in love to Lucifer¿s chagrin. --- ¿Alone Wolf¿ by MaryJanice Davidson. Cole the Werewolf literally followed his nose to the house for sale in Mysteria. However, he is taken aback by his reaction to realtor Char although she failed too mention his roommate Rae the ghost, but also likes river nymph Potameides. Confused so is Cole. --- ¿The Witches of Mysteria and the Dead Who Love Them¿ by Gena Showalter. Psychic Hunter knows life stinks as he loves Genevieve the witch and he senses she loves him too. However, love hurts when you en vision that the woman you love will prove to be the cause of your death his visions are 100 percent guaranteed. --- ¿Candy Cox and the Big Bad (Were)Wolf by P.C. Cast. High school teacher Candace not candy Cox teaches high school students who are all descendents of the paranormal she is the offspring of the only purebred mortal family in Mysteria. Now one of her former students twenty-seven years old Justin a werewolf declares he loves her, but she has taught school almost as much as he ahs lived so though attracted to him she has age doubts. --- These four enchanting paranormal romantic novellas connected by the center of eeriness Mysteria, Colorado will elate sub-genre fans. --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Fun but not a keeper

Not a bad read overall but deffinetly not a keeper. The idea was good but the stories just weren't developed enough.

The first, Susan Grant's "Mortal in Mysteria", had to set up the premise so it started slow but ended up really good but it just ended to quick. I li...
Not a bad read overall but deffinetly not a keeper. The idea was good but the stories just weren't developed enough.

The first, Susan Grant's "Mortal in Mysteria", had to set up the premise so it started slow but ended up really good but it just ended to quick. I liked the story it just needed more.

The second, MaryJanice Davidson's "Alone Wolf", was just blah. It didn't flow, it didn't make much sense and wasn't intereting. The character were very choppy. From just this piece I don't think I would read anything else from this author.

The last two, Gena Showalter's "Witches of Mysteria and The Dead Who Love Them" & P.C. Cast's "Candy Cox and The Big Bad Werewolf", were my favorites. They were interesting, had a plot, romance, humor and I didn't feel like I was left hanging. They also fit together the best of all four.

I read this just due to PC Cast being one of may favorite authors and again I loved her story in here. This is deffinetly not her best work by any means but I did enjoy it. I also enjoyed Gena Showalter's enough to pick up a few of her other books.

posted by 2856664 on April 28, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2010

    Fun but not a keeper

    Not a bad read overall but deffinetly not a keeper. The idea was good but the stories just weren't developed enough.

    The first, Susan Grant's "Mortal in Mysteria", had to set up the premise so it started slow but ended up really good but it just ended to quick. I liked the story it just needed more.

    The second, MaryJanice Davidson's "Alone Wolf", was just blah. It didn't flow, it didn't make much sense and wasn't intereting. The character were very choppy. From just this piece I don't think I would read anything else from this author.

    The last two, Gena Showalter's "Witches of Mysteria and The Dead Who Love Them" & P.C. Cast's "Candy Cox and The Big Bad Werewolf", were my favorites. They were interesting, had a plot, romance, humor and I didn't feel like I was left hanging. They also fit together the best of all four.

    I read this just due to PC Cast being one of may favorite authors and again I loved her story in here. This is deffinetly not her best work by any means but I did enjoy it. I also enjoyed Gena Showalter's enough to pick up a few of her other books.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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