Mysteria

Mysteria

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Mysteria 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 54 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
¿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
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All the stries seemed like they were written by children. Very disappointing.
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Mysteria Anthology (2006) – Mortal in Mysteria (Susan Grant), Alone Wolf (Mary Janice Davidson), The Witches of Mysteria and the Dead Who Love Them (Gena Showalter), Candy Cox and the Big Bad (Were)Wolf (P.C. Cast) As with all Anthologies some you like all the stories and some are all over the place.  Despite what I am going to rate them I actually did kind of like all of them to some degree. But that said they were all over the place for me. I know for sure I have read GS and MJD and like them. I am not sure if I previously read the other two. As having 4 stories in 1 book makes them fairly short and not every writer writes as well in this length I wouldn’t make any judgment on whether or not you like any of the authors on their one story. Not wanting to ruin anything with a spoiler I think the short blurb about each in the book is all you need as far as a description goes to explain the story for this shorter length. . The Introduction sets things up well. This would be one very interesting town to live in. No boredom here for sure. . The first entry by SG is ‘Mortal in Mysteria’. It ranks 3 stars IMO. Interesting and totally original. I loved both the H and h and thought things came together well in the story. It was a lovely story showcasing both compassion and a few lovely souls with a beautiful ending. . Mary Janice Davidson and ‘Alone Wolf’ was different.  You could picture all the characters well and I liked them all. Even though I did like them I couldn’t really get into the H as he was a bit limp (if you read the story you will understand). The whole thing was kind of disjointed and didn’t really fall together as well as I expected when starting this. I hate to do it but think 1 star is all I can reasonably give this. . Seeing as Gena Showalter was next I expected things to get much better. While it did get better the story only gets a 2 from me (but edging toward 3). The H of the story makes both himself and the h miserable. Yes, it was for a reasonably good reason but the h didn’t know it and for how strong she was supposed to be she took it lying down way to long. The H secrecy kept them together when they could have been way farther apart but it also made the end seem way to quick.  . So, I am almost sure I never read P.C. Cast (although she is on my TBB list). The story starts out fairly strong. Good characters fleshed out well so that they are clear in one’s mind. The initial meeting of the H and h was well done and things seemed to be moving right along. Toward the end you get a terrible conflict and in that short length wonder how well it can be resolved. This is when the story goes from the 4 you think it will be toward a 5. It is so beautiful and touching how things get resolved you will want to re-read this part a few times.  This is a well- rounded and full story both about not settling (living life not just existing) and how one can be strong alone but be amazing together sometimes. . I am glad I read all of them even if they weren’t as good as expected at times. The last one just blew my mind about this anthology.  Happy reading everyone!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
absolutely great :) my least fav was the lone wolf story, and my fav the first story about the Demon gone good. I wish that one had lasted longer.... but the other novellas were beautifully written with love as the eye catcher. beautifully written to say, at the very least, to love and love again.... I loved them... I wish theyd made individual Mysteria books out of them :) great read!!
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These authors really kept it fun reading. The interaction between characters and the stories will keep you interested cover to cover. Great job ladies. I read it because of one of you but became a fan all the rest of you in the process.
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I loved the stories and the writing was great =]
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