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Ain't Myth-behaving: Two Novellas
     

Ain't Myth-behaving: Two Novellas

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by Katie MacAlister
 

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A modern woman and a god from ancient legend? Surely an epic love mismatch...or maybe it's the "myth match" of the century? The irrepressible Katie MacAlister brings us heroes who are more than mere mortals in two sparkling new novellas of the Otherworld.

STAG PARTY
Dane Hearne — also known as the Irish fertility god Cernunnos — must choose a

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Ain't Myth-behaving: Two Novellas 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 66 reviews.
writingirl_15 More than 1 year ago
Ain't Myth Behaving contains two novella's, Stag Party and Norse Truly and I have to say Stag Party was laugh-out-loud funny. The things Dane said were cute, romantic and hilarious! I really liked that it was narrated by him instead of Megan, it gave the reader insight into his mind, and what a mind it was! But when I started reading Norse Truly I kept thinking about the other books that I had that I wanted to read- and honestly, it wasn't as funny as Stag Party. I also didn't really feel anything for the main characters, they seemed to one-dimensional. Overall, I would recommend Stag Party to anyone who loves humor, romance, and paranormal all mixed together with Katie MacAlister's signature flair.
harstan More than 1 year ago
'Stag Party'. Wanting to remain the Irish god Cernunnos, Dane Hearne, needs his wife, Fidencia to renew their vows at the annual Beltane ceremony. However, this year his spouse says no. He has a week to find a bride or lose his godly status. He thinks the gods must be with him as American visitor Megan St. Clair arrives at his castle all he has to do is persuade her to marry him for eternity.----------- 'Norse Truly'. Alrik and his Viking crew are fated to sail for eternity unless a Valkyrie ends their curse. Centuries of following the Swedish coast pass when the American Brynna arrives to see her family. An accident dumps her into the sea where Alrik demands she ends their torment, but she is a modern day Yank with no idea how. These are two amusing romantic fantasies in which the Gods and the Vikings learn first hand that modern day American women kick butt.----------- Harriet Klausner
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a good change enjoyed
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Meli_Green More than 1 year ago
I started reading Katie's books with You Slay Me, I flew threw the series in 4 days. While a friend of mine was reading this title by her at the same time, so now we have switched. This book was just as good as her others I have read. This being two stories in one, although I think if she had tried both could have been drawn into stand alone novels. However loved it anyways. This book is an exceptional addition to the mix. Be prepared to laugh hard and enjoy yourself well with this one. Without giving away the plot, look for the toy poodles with bells on!
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