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Mysteria Nights PDF, ePub eBook Eight stories of supernatural romance. Four New York Times bestselling authors. One supernaturally seductive town where "Desperate Housewives meets Charmed" (Fresh Fiction). Welcome to Mysteria, Colorado, home to a vegan vampire, a neighborly werewolf, a pair of sisterly witches, a demon nanny, and many more creatures that go bump in the night. Passions run high in this ho Eight stories of supernatural romance. Four New York Times bestselling authors. One supernaturally seductive town where "Desperate Housewives meets Charmed" (Fresh Fiction). Welcome to Mysteria, Colorado, home to a vegan vampire, a neighborly werewolf, a pair of sisterly witches, a demon nanny, and many more creatures that go bump in the night. Passions run high in this hot two-in-one omnibus edition of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane.

30 review for Mysteria Nights

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Salazar

    I'll say I loved this book, but then I've only ever come across one book (whose name shall not be mentioned lol) that I haven't liked. So, it's to be expected. The stories were engaging and full of humor, so it's safe to say you'll laugh, a lot. The authors really shined with their wit and humor in this one. I was introduced to a few new (to me) authors and, with the exception of one, I was thoroughly impressed. The only one I think that could have used some work was "Alone Wolf" by Mary Janice I'll say I loved this book, but then I've only ever come across one book (whose name shall not be mentioned lol) that I haven't liked. So, it's to be expected. The stories were engaging and full of humor, so it's safe to say you'll laugh, a lot. The authors really shined with their wit and humor in this one. I was introduced to a few new (to me) authors and, with the exception of one, I was thoroughly impressed. The only one I think that could have used some work was "Alone Wolf" by Mary Janice Davidson. The story was good, and I loved the humor and abrasiveness of the ghost, Rae, and Cole was delectable and completely believable, but the romance between him and the real estate agent was not and the story felt a little forced. The end was rushed as well, which left me shaking my head in disappointment. I really expected more. The best, and freely admit to be biased, were from Showalter and Cast. Theirs were hands down the most imaginative and riveting. I loved the men and the romance and the women were all strong and full of wit and grace as one would expect. I was pleasantly surprised with Cast's writing. Only having read her House of Night series, I wasn't expecting the language or the steam involved, but I am so glad she did. It was brilliantly executed! In a book of stories where everyone's life is intertwined and occurs in one magical town located off the beaten path, this is a great read filled with love and passion. The stories are seamless and the tone from one author's style to another is flawless. Really, it nearly feels like one author wrote the whole thing, which is a little mind boggling. A great compilation that's sure to please!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    Halfway through the book, I was ready to give it a 4 star rating. The stories were fun and engaging. And then I got to the second to last story, which included some sexual assault disguised as romance. No means no. It doesn't mean ignore what I say and pin me up against a tree so you can kiss me, and various other disgusting scenarios.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kerry

    It took me awhile to realize this was just a compilation of the first two Mysteria books, which I loved. So I feel cheated this was not new stories.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cherie Waggie

    Didn't finish. This book couldn't hold my interest.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Ann

    A compilation of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane, the latter being the second half of the two books (which of course, being a ROO, I read first). I only read the four I had not previously read, had I read them first I'm pretty sure I'd not have read the sequel. Mortal in Mysteria, Cast A demon lord begins doing good deeds for people he is supposed to torture (maim, kill, send to hell) and he likes it so very much that he continues to do good deeds. Of course Satan catches up with him and is sent to My A compilation of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane, the latter being the second half of the two books (which of course, being a ROO, I read first). I only read the four I had not previously read, had I read them first I'm pretty sure I'd not have read the sequel. Mortal in Mysteria, Cast A demon lord begins doing good deeds for people he is supposed to torture (maim, kill, send to hell) and he likes it so very much that he continues to do good deeds. Of course Satan catches up with him and is sent to Mysteria (the place of his first evil deeds) as a human, where he meets the local minister (a seer who has denied her sight). Up until his appearance on her farm her church was empty.... he brings in all the local women, and in turn their men follow..... In this first story he has a Scots accent that rings really phony and is dropped in the sequel..... I really didn't like this story it was very contrived, but I did like the sequel. Alone Wolf, Davidson A werewolf buys a house that is haunted by a very ornery ghost. The ghost being that of the former inhabitant & handy woman who still makes all need repairs. Attached to the house is also Queen of the Naiads who is about to return to her watery realm, and the love struck Realtor..... The Witches of Mysteria and the Dead Who Love Them, Showalter Three witch sisters are living together and one in particular is having man problems..... She is hot for the local bartender, who is seemingly hot (off & on) for her.... So she sets a trap for him.... It isn't that he doesn't love her (growing up as her best friend) but every time he gets near her he hears a voice telling him that to love her is to die and he simply wants to continue living..... When they finally get together All Hell Breaks Loose and he dies......... The sisters decide to revive him, but when they go to the grave to get his body & revive him, his body is gone..... Candy Cox and the Big Bad Werewolf, Cast Candy Cox is the local h.s. English teacher, she has given up on love until one of the witch sisters convinces her to try dating and helps her along w/ a spell. The spell snags a werewolf who will be her true love, but given his promiscuous past things go awry.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Linda C

    A band of magics and one human are forced out of their homes and flee in despair to the mountains of Colorado. As they are about to give up they are encouraged forward by a demon's random act of kindness. They successfully make it to a valley and settle down. They name it Mysteria. Over 200 years later their descendants still inhabit this valley and magical things happen there. The eight stories in this book star the witches, werewolves, vampires and fairies living there. The first is about the A band of magics and one human are forced out of their homes and flee in despair to the mountains of Colorado. As they are about to give up they are encouraged forward by a demon's random act of kindness. They successfully make it to a valley and settle down. They name it Mysteria. Over 200 years later their descendants still inhabit this valley and magical things happen there. The eight stories in this book star the witches, werewolves, vampires and fairies living there. The first is about the demon who assisted them and his fall from grace with the Devil. He is made mortal and dumped into the garden of Rev. Harmony Faithfull. Another deals with a werewolf who comes to Mysteria to connect with his kind and meets a very unusual Realtor. The third tells the story of the seemingly unrequited love of a witch for a human; again a tale with unexpected results. And the fourth deals with a 5 times divorcee who meets her match in a much younger werewolf. The fifth story deals with 3 nasty triplets who use magic as a weapon until an unfortunate incident at the wishing well sends one of them to an alternate world and back in a matter of minutes. However, to her 10 years passed and she has grown into a demon fighting warrior. The sixth tale deals again with the original demon who was banished to mortal life in Mysteria. The Devil has sent another demon to kill the mortal demon's child, expected to be powerful enough when he grows up to defeat the devil. Again things go awry. The seventh story deals with a plump witch who wants to wreak vengeance on a fairie who rejected her. And the last tells of a woman whose magic causes spells that are enacted near her to do the opposite or go off in a different direction. A batch of sexy, humorous tales.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    2.5 stars This is an anthology book by several of my favorite authors. All the stories center around a town founded many years ago with the help of a demon. Mysteria; Home Sweet Home. In the town of Mysteria all of the inhabitants are magical or supernatural in some aspect. Great authors, great theme, so I figured "it must be a good read" Well it was an okay book but no where as good as I had expected it to be. Unfortunately. While each of the stories are ok, not special but not terrible, all of 2.5 stars This is an anthology book by several of my favorite authors. All the stories center around a town founded many years ago with the help of a demon. Mysteria; Home Sweet Home. In the town of Mysteria all of the inhabitants are magical or supernatural in some aspect. Great authors, great theme, so I figured "it must be a good read" Well it was an okay book but no where as good as I had expected it to be. Unfortunately. While each of the stories are ok, not special but not terrible, all of them being just "okay" seemed to add up to a lot of nothing. I was kind of disappointed but it was good enough that I finished the book. If you are a fan of any or all of the authors and don't mind mediocre stories then I highly recommend this book. *** No spoilers were harmed in the writing of this review ***

  8. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Welcome to Mysteria, Colorado, home to a vegan vampire, a neighborly werewolf, a pair of sisterly witches, a demon nanny, and more. Passions run high in this hot two-in-one omnibus edition of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane. I liked most of the stories. The only one I really didn't like was "The nanny from Hell" by Susan Grant. It was just boring. I also didn't like the one after it very much, but I am not sure if that is because of the SG story or because I just didn't care for either of them. Otherw Welcome to Mysteria, Colorado, home to a vegan vampire, a neighborly werewolf, a pair of sisterly witches, a demon nanny, and more. Passions run high in this hot two-in-one omnibus edition of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane. I liked most of the stories. The only one I really didn't like was "The nanny from Hell" by Susan Grant. It was just boring. I also didn't like the one after it very much, but I am not sure if that is because of the SG story or because I just didn't care for either of them. Otherwise a really good set of stories.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This is a great set of short stories set in the town of Mysteria. A demon high lord felt sorry for a group of travelers that were both supernatural and regular people and created a town just for them. The hi-jinks and laughs that happen to their offspring is just hilarious and sometimes sad. This is from some of today's best authors. You just can't help but love each set of characters and root for their redemption, laugh at their luck, cry with them and just love them. I highly recommend this. I This is a great set of short stories set in the town of Mysteria. A demon high lord felt sorry for a group of travelers that were both supernatural and regular people and created a town just for them. The hi-jinks and laughs that happen to their offspring is just hilarious and sometimes sad. This is from some of today's best authors. You just can't help but love each set of characters and root for their redemption, laugh at their luck, cry with them and just love them. I highly recommend this. I wish the authors would team up again and bring some more stories from this town!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kei

    Happen to come across this book so I ended up reading all the stories second time. As always I love gena showalter's stories. Mortal in Mysteria by Susab Grant - 4 Alone Wolf by MaryJanice Davidson - 3 The Witches of Mysteria and the Dead who Love Them by Gena Showlater - 5 Candy Cox and the Big Bad (Were) Wolf by P. C. Cast - 4 Disdaining Trouble by MaryJanice Davidson - 3.5 The Nanny from Hell by Susab Grant - 4.5 A Tawdry Affair by Gena Showalter - 5 It's in His Kiss... by P. C. Cast - 4

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    Ratings for each story: Mortal in Mysteria by Susan Grant- 3 stars Alone Wolf by Mary Janice Davidson 2 stars The Witches of Mysteria and the Dead Who Love Them by Gena Showalter 4 stars Candy Cox and the Big Bad (Were) Wolf by P.C. Cast 4 stars Disdaining Trouble by Mary Janice Davidson 2 stars The Nanny from Hell by Susan Grant 3 stars A Tawdry Affair by Gena Showalter 4 stars It's in His Kiss by P.C. Cast

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brandy

    I love a strong anthology, and I found this one particularly satisfying because each story took place in Mysteria with overlapping characters here and there. I didn't love every story, but all of these were good. The town of Mysteria became a character of its own in these, and I enjoyed that community feel through all of the stories.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Darcy

    I only read the stories by MJD and PC Cast. They were ok, nothing great. I do like the concept of Mysteria, the magical town filled with all sorts of supernatural beings. It seems like each person has some sort of issue with their powers and how they fit in their life.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Great collection of short stories. Mainly picked it up because I absolutely love PC Cast!! These four female authors do a fabulous job creating the town of Mysteria and all it's inhabitants. Sexy, hot and steamy!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    this is the omibus of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane. All eight story appear in this omibus version of Mysteria.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Celia

    read as two smaller books

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Love,love,love it. I want more!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Latte

    Snarky and delightful. A good fun read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Oneyda

    Quirky characters. None too interesting.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Starnes

    loved this book

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Grubb

    I loved it The stories were wonderful and sexy also left you feeling good and warm. Thank you for writing this book. I lovedit.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I picked this up from the library thinking it was the third in the series, but it was just a reprint of stories from the first two! I enjoyed the first two, so will still rate it well.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Flanagin

    What a great group of authors. Love each one.

  24. 5 out of 5

    ms.beau

    Didn't rate this library ebook because it was redundent: combined volumes #1 and #2 of the series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brittany Parshall

    The bests stories in this book are definately by Gena and P.C. and I'm not that big of a fan of MaryJanice cause she jsut kinda ends it abruptly and doesn't SOLVE ANYTHING!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Toni

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Goldberg

  28. 4 out of 5

    Misty Tate

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kah Cherub

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