1) This book had an amazing variety of voices and styles but they all meshed into a wonderful collection.
Into the Mystic #1 Brooklyn Ray. J.C. Long, Kara Race-Moore, Samantha Kate, Nicole Field, J.P. Jackson, Caitlin Ricci, L.J. Hamlin, Kayla Bashe, Charli Coty, Tay LaRoi
LGBT - Anthology / Collection / Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Ninestar Press, LLC (July 31, 2017)
Amazon: Into the Mystic #1 Brooklyn Ray. J.C. Long, Kara Race-Moore, Samantha Kate, Nicole Field, J.P. Jackson, Caitlin Ricci, L.J. Hamlin, Kayla Bashe, Charli Coty, Tay LaRoi
Eleven lesbian/bisexual paranormal short stories...
Reborn by Brooklyn Ray - Dark magic, mystical bloodlines, a living forest, and two women fighting to reclaim a love they lost.
Zero Hour by J.C. Long - She can't outrun the full moon.
Dove in the Window by Kara Race-Moore - As if the Great Depression wasn't bad enough, Cissy's first love is back from the dead.
Bottom of the River by Samantha Kate - The demon isn't always the monster.
If You Want to Walk by Nicole Field - Follow Chess into the Underneath and meet the strange creatures she finds there.
A Tended Garden by J.P. Jackson - Immortality or humanity--which one will win out in the end?
Romancing the Healer by Caitlin Ricci - In a deadly snowstorm a werewolf needs all the help she can get, and the werebear coming to her aid is more than she appears to be.
Midnight Kisses by L.J. Hamlin - A local witch, a new-to-town werewolf, and a mystery to be solved.
Like a Bell through the Night by Kayla Bashe - Guarding a faerie princess? All in a day's work for a werewolf bodyguard. Avoiding falling in love with said princess? The hardest mission of Jaffa's life.
The Imp in the Rock by Charli Coty - The cure for a bad breakup might be magic.
Smile Like You Mean It by Tay LaRoi - Ingrid meets a terrifying Japanese legend, but the stories are all wrong.
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