Urban Mythic: Thirteen Novels of Adventure and Romance, featuring Norse and Greek Gods, Demons and Djinn, Angels, Fairies, Vampires, and Werewolves in the Modern World

Urban Mythic: Thirteen Novels of Adventure and Romance, featuring Norse and Greek Gods, Demons and Djinn, Angels, Fairies, Vampires, and Werewolves in the Modern World

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by C. Gockel
     
 

A box set of MYTHIC proportions ... 

Want a little magic in your life? Ever wished faeries were real or for your own personal djinn? 

Then these THIRTEEN worlds of action, adventure, humor, and romance are for you. Join the freshest voices in urban fantasy and paranormal romance as they bring magic into your life in the form

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A box set of MYTHIC proportions ... 

Want a little magic in your life? Ever wished faeries were real or for your own personal djinn? 

Then these THIRTEEN worlds of action, adventure, humor, and romance are for you. Join the freshest voices in urban fantasy and paranormal romance as they bring magic into your life in the form of gods, demons, djinn, faeries, werewolves, and more. 

This enchanting collection is FREE for a limited time. Download it before it’s gone!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153364889
Publisher:
C. Gockel
Publication date:
07/25/2016
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,581
File size:
3 MB

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Urban Mythic: Thirteen Novels of Adventure and Romance, featuring Norse and Greek Gods, Demons and Djinn, Angels, Fairies, Vampires, and Werewolves in 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Tera_C 17 days ago
This is a wonderful set of books for anyone that loves mythology. Each author in their own right is a great author and have extreme imagination when it comes to their stories. I have read a few of the authors before but some of them are new to me and I can not wait to read the rest of the series that were started in this collection. Wolves (I Bring the Fire #1) by C. Gockel I love how the author shows Loki's mischievous side here instead of his mean side. Loki apparently gets stuck in a non magic area here on earth, and he has a hard time getting use to certain things. I can't wait to read the next book in the series The Hunted One (End of Days #1) by Meg Collett Really slow on the start for me and in some areas drug on to the point where I had to put the book down, don't get me wrong I liked the book but it wasn't one that pulled me in and kept me. This is the first book I have read from this author and I will be giving her another chance with one of her other series at a later date Way of the Wolf (Shifter Legacies) by Mark E. Cooper Holy cow, what a excellent book, it has so much action in it. At first it was a little confusing because the author has so many key characters he splits things up in different chapters, but eventually they all come together for a explosive ending. I totally can not wait to read the next book Eros (Olympiana #1) by Helen Harper Short story where the writer puts a modern twist on the story of Cupid. I love how the author gave the mythical characters new personalities which are more common with this day and age. Definitely worth the read !! I definitely will be going back to read the rest of the stories after I clear out some of my other reading of shorter books.
n7kk7br00ks 5 months ago
Chosen by Christine Pope Jessica is a Postgrad and a pretty average girl. A new disease strikes quickly and indiscriminately in the world and Jessica quickly loses those she loves. She is guided by a voice in her head, which comes to her in moments when she doubts herself or when she is about to walk into a dangerous situation. The "voice" also physically intercedes on occasion. She is led to an isolated house which is packed with the necessities. The story then evolves into a love story with the arrival of Jace. I don't want to tell too much more of the story line. Suffice to say this is a very atmospheric story, and I genuinely had hairs on end at parts. I loved the references to current TV shows which had a similar feel to the book, the Walking Dead for example. Jessica is a strong, sympathetic but capable female lead. Jace is perfect as the mysterious stranger. Is he one of the good guys or bad guys?
Anonymous 5 months ago
Great mythic collection.