MYSTERIA
by MaryJanice davidson. Susan Grant, Gena Showalter, P. C. Cast

July 2006
ISBN: 0-425-21106-1
Reviewer Graphic Button Berkley
Mass Market Paperback
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Welcome to Mysteria, a small town much like any other except for the fact that this small town attracts all things paranormal. MaryJanice Davidson, Susan Grant, P.C. Cast and Gena Showalter, four of today’s best-selling authors of this hot sub-genre have banded together to create a truly unique and entertaining book for your entertainment pleasure.


First up is Susan Grant with Mortal In Mysteria. Life takes a strange turn for local minister Harmony Faithful when a naked Demon appears in her garden. It seems Demon has been kicked out of hell and banished to Mysteria as a punishment for pissing off the devil. Demon had committed an act of kindness that the devil had not thought amusing. Will this relocation be a punishment or the start of an exciting new life for this relocated foreigner?


Next we have Alone Wolf a new werewolf tale from the ever-popular MaryJanice Davidson. Cole Jones, a lone wolf is drawn to Mysteria in search of a new home. With the help of realtor Charlene Houtenan Cole may succeed in finding the home he has always longed for.


The Witches Of Mysteria And The Dead Who Love Them is Gena Showalter’s tale in this anthology. Psychic Hunter Knight captivates Genevieve a witch whose specialty is creating award-winning potions. Will love potion number 13 bring true love to Hunter and Genevieve?


Rounding out this quartet of stories is P.C. Cast with Candy Cox And The Big Bad Wolf. High school teacher Candace finds herself the object of affection for former student and werewolf Justin Woods.


With equal parts humor, mystery and magic these four authors make Mysteria and it’s unique people come alive for the reader. This reader is hopeful that more stories involving this mystical town and its unusual population are in the author’s future. Grab a copy of this charming book today before they all vanish and discover the magic that is Mysteria.


Reviewed in September 2006 by Barbara.