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Immortally Yours (Monster M*A*S*H #1)

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No one patches up the incoming wounded like Dr. Petra Robichaud. Recruited by the gods for her uncanny medical skills, she’s the best M*A*S*H surgeon in the army. Along with a nosy guard sphinx,vegetarian werewolf, and otherparanormal paramedics, she bandages soldiers who are built like Greek gods (literally). But when one sexy immortal ends up
Paperback, 320 pages
Published August 28th 2012 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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Kerrelyn Sparks
Aug 20, 2012 Kerrelyn Sparks rated it it was amazing
I loved this! Made me laugh out loud! Very clever story and great world building. A delight to read!
Laura the Highland Hussy
Aug 29, 2012 Laura the Highland Hussy rated it really liked it
Review posted on Demon Lover's Books & More

Do you guys remember that show M*A*S*H? I remember watching reruns of it with my dad back in the day. Basically it’s the day-to-day goings on in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War. It was zany, but at the same time, it was serious. It was a brilliant show.

You may have noticed the series name is Monster M*A*S*H which is a play off the song, yeah, but it’s primarily a paranormal version of M*A*S*H.

The heroine Petra, is part fae, b
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I hope I don't sound biased, since I got the book from the author, and its come on my birthday, so I consider it as my gift, lol! Ehm, okay. I don't know about MASH show since I'm not Americans, but I like the different twist of paranormal romance that Angie Fox use for Immortally Yours. First POV is not my favorite and I often found Petra Robichaud, the heroine, too annoying and insecure. She's a doctor who just took from
Sep 28, 2012 Visionary rated it it was amazing

So happy that Angie Fox has a new book and series out. There is just something about her books, the wit, the humor blended into fun characters and plot that really absorbs one.

Really liking the concept of this book! Even in a foul mood I have been smirking, cracking a smile, even laughing at some of the things inside this book! Eager to know what happens next.

So far have not learned too much on Galen. Just that he got wounded and Petra was the one that operated on him. But he's an onery sob!
Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)
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At a Glance
I wasn't blown away by Immortally Yours, but I found the concept refreshing and the characters entertaining. It was a good read overall.

The Good
Here's The Story...
Petra is a doctor in a world of paranormal beings. Forced to leave her life on earth because of her half-fairy blood, she's now a surgeon for the soldiers of the war of Gods. She wants nothing to do with the tedious war, but she has no choice. Her desolate existence brightens whe
Sonia Cristina
Aug 15, 2013 Sonia Cristina rated it it was amazing
Shelves: english-books
I loved this book! When I finished it, I wish I had the next already, I think I'd read it immediately.

Petra is a physician, a mortal one, she's human and half-fae and she has the abbility to see ghosts. She works - involuntarily - at a MASH unit treating hurt soldiers from the war between the old-gods and the new-gods (a war that started 500 years ago).

One day, she treats Galen and, given her supernatural abbility, she keeps his sould from leaving him and, so, not letting him die.

Being atracted
Nov 30, 2012 Shell rated it it was amazing
Angie Fox Immortally Yours
Angie Fox, author of the fan favorite Accidental Demon Slayer (Biker Witches) series, has come up with a fantastic new series that blends the paranormal with immortal gods and sets them in a war zone that recruits vampires, weres, demi-gods and humans with not so pure blood, to patch up the casualties of the war in a MASH unit.
Old gods vs. new gods are battling to the death with the souls of the humans both fighting to save the wounded and fighting the battles on the l
Jess the Romanceaholic
I'm... not really sure how I felt about this one to be honest.

On one hand, as a fan of the classic M*A*S*H* television show, I really enjoyed the medicine on the front, with the feeling of helplessness that comes from patching up soldiers just to send them back out to die in what feels like a meaningless war.

However, a lot of the story just fell flat for me. What seemed to be attempts at humor didn't really come across as all that funny to me, while serious issues tended to come across as a bi
Jo Smith
Jan 21, 2014 Jo Smith rated it it was amazing
What a superbly original book. The writing was refreshing & Fresh. The character of Petra & Galen were matched perfectly, Dr Petra is responsible for putting back together immortals from their battle, she performs small emergencies always wanting more. Then she got more than she wanted - in the magnificent body known as Galen, she started a prophecy when she removed a dagger from his chest. Galen has faith & when he died Petra touched his soul. The sub-characters are full of that, ch ...more
Jul 01, 2014 Marjorie rated it it was amazing
My daughter (Maggie Frank) gave me the "Monster M*A*S*H" series for Mother's Day. I love reading series of books, and I gobbled these up in record time! They take place in Purgatory (!), and involve a MASH unit cleaning up during a war between the "New Gods" and the "Old Gods". Hardly a "true to life" adventure! The characters are well written (Medusa is a hoot!), the plot lines are compelling, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. If you enjoy paranormal fiction, I would highly recommend Angie Fox's ...more
Alexia Chantel
Mar 20, 2013 Alexia Chantel rated it liked it
3.5 Stars

Mythology, MASH, abducted beautiful young doctor forced to serve her life on the battlefield. Sounds like fun right? It sure is, in typical Angie Fox style Immortally Yours has humor action and love.

Petra is a skilled doctor, good enough to get her noticed right? So she is drafted into service and manages to keep her secret hidden, then finds out she just might be the one the prophesies are talking about! Talk about pressure. One good way to relieve all that stress...find a hot soldier
Dark Faerie Tales
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales

Quick & Dirty: Humor, action, and passion fill the pages of this medical war romance.

Opening Sentence: Attention all surgical personnel.

The Review:

Immortally Yours is the first series of Angie Fox’s Monster MASH series. I didn’t have any expectations when I started this story, only because I’ve never read any of Fox’s work prior to this. The synopsis seemed fun and it had promise of a good weekend read. The premise was new and not something that I’ve read
Mar 28, 2013 Lyndi rated it it was ok
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The concept is strong. It should be an awesome book. Instead, it's chapter after chapter of Petra being weak, selfish, and shortsighted. And then the author tops it off with a whimper, not a bang. The climax was a total non-event that was stymied by the first person POV. I found myself in the middle of the climax before I realized that I was supposed to be excited and things were apparently wrapping up.

God, this was so disappointing. I think my expectations were a bit high, due to the blurb. I m
Aug 13, 2012 Stephanie rated it really liked it
Original Post Immortally Yours: Kind of Like M.A.S.H. in Another Dimension and Without Hawkeye

About a month ago I did a buzz thrill for IMMORTALLY YOURS by Angie Fox.

I really enjoyed the book. There are a multitude of reasons. The first, and it's nostalgia rooted, is that it reminded me of a supernatural M.A.S.H. -- a TV series I grew up watching. I always thought it was strange that none of those guys on M.A.S.H. got leaves home. That seems more a function of TV ratings. Here it's just the ru
CJ -Doctor can you help me, 'cause something just don't feel right

There was a lot of dialogue and short sentences but very little real exposition. No one likes a bunch of expository paragraphs but in this case, it would have helped. Petra wasn't as developed as she could've been. Maybe if she had, I wouldn't have raised a brow at some of her decisions and reactions.

Perhaps then I wouldn't have wondered just what the hell was going on with her and Galen so damn quickly (view spoiler)
Aug 12, 2012 Kara-karina rated it liked it
Listen, peeps, I'm sure lots of people will like this book so much more than me. Unfortunately it was just not for me.

I got hooked by the first chapter because it was funny and unusual, but as I continued reading the book humour dwindled to almost nothing and angst rose way too much to be comfortable with the main hero and heroine.

I actually had no problem with Galen, he was consistent. It's Petra who was flopping around like fish out of water. She will, then she won't, then she will, then she
Kathy Martin
Jul 27, 2012 Kathy Martin rated it liked it
When Dr. Petra Robichaud is drafted into the army of the gods, she knows it is a life sentence. The gods have been fighting this war for centuries. She is working in a MASH unit near the front and trying to keep it a secret that she can see souls. There is a prophecy that one who can see souls will be able to end the war. Neither side wants that to happen and is willing to kill anyone who has that gift.

One day Commander Galen of Delphi ends up on her table. He dies but Petra is able to grab his
Sep 21, 2012 Rebecca rated it really liked it
I won a copy of this book from the author on the Something Wicked blog, and I really enjoyed it! I think the premise of a paranormal MASH unit is really clever, and it really worked well as a setting. The secondary characters were especially appealing, and you get a sense of the camaraderie between them.

Some other reviewers have mentioned that they didn't find this book to be as humorous as some of Ms. Fox's other books, and I would agree that it's not quite as slapstick as the others. The humo
Jan 26, 2013 Octavia rated it it was ok
Honest rating: 1.5 stars

You can view the original review on my blog Read. Sleep. Repeat.

I am a complete and total sucker for books that have:

A.) Zombies
B.) Vampires
C.) Mythology (as a whole)

So imagine how cool I thought this book was going to be when I saw there was a sphinx, vampire, werewolf AND "gorgeous but stubborn demi-god" and some type of crazy "oracle"? Then you throw in the whole "I see dead people" bit and I'm like:


I mean how could it not be awesome?!! Easy, the heroine was an anno
Saskia Hadaway
Jan 25, 2015 Saskia Hadaway rated it it was ok
I'm not really sure why I insisted on reading this book to the very end. It definitely wasn't because the plot was exciting or characters interesting. Maybe I figured it would have felt like a major accomplishment to get through a novel so poorly written. I also enjoyed screenshotting the particularly dreadful bits and sending them to my friend for laughs.
I'll be honest. Angie Fox has writing talent. I was very excited when I read the first pages of the book. The writing was quick and snappy, wi
Mar 25, 2016 Sammie rated it liked it
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It was good ,I enjoyed the characters and I thought it had a solid plot ,but it did at times feel kinda disjointed ,and the end the was a little lack luster .

I liked Petra but at times you just kinda want to slap her ,she's so stubborn , and then she kept pushing Galen away for no reason and picking fights with him ,I was like just get over it ,but in the end everything kinda works out .

I loved Galen from the start of this book ,I thought he was so endearing and funny ,i loved how her interacted
Jul 21, 2015 Ditchthebun rated it liked it
Well I read the second one and kinda liked it so I figured I would go back and read the first one. I liked this one too and the second one in many ways made SO much more sense to me after reading this. But in some ways reading this first book made me not like the second one. For starters the relationship in this one is good, I really like both the characters and how they develop and how their relationship develops. So it kind of felt like the relationship in this book was cheapened by the fact t ...more
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Drafted by the Gods to be a nurse to the wounded in the war between the old deities and the new, the heroine knows that she will die in the service without hope of escape. One day a soldier is brought into her camp with a knife wound. He dies despite her best attempt to save him but in her desperation, she grabs hold of his soul and drags it back into his body. In the process they forged a deep bond and understanding of one another but at the same time, she's let slip her secret powers. Prophecy ...more
Jul 13, 2014 Nic rated it really liked it
Take a MASH unit and put it in Limbo to patch up the casualties of a war between the gods. Throw in a surgeon who has the unlucky ability to touch the dead and a sexy immortal solider. When Galen ends up on Petra's table it puts into motion a prophesy that could end the war between the gods...if only Petra would accept her part.

Immortally Yours is the first book in Angie Fox's Monster Mash series. The book is set in darker surroundings than Fox's Accidental Demon Slayer series and it took more o
Paranormal Haven
Aug 28, 2012 Paranormal Haven rated it really liked it
War is horrible for everyone, but when the entities that are at war are gods, it raises the severity to an extreme level,. The younger gods declared war on the older gods with no sign of reconciliation in over 700 years. Each side was allowed to recruit any ware on earth with or without the mortal or immortals consent. That's what happened to Petra Robichaud. On day she's happy at home with her family the next she's stitching up immortals in the middle of a war of the gods.

Everything was busines
Quirky and offbeat Immortally Yours was a fun read (and I needed that right now). The cast of characters is dysfunctional at best and there is wackiness going on all through the book; sometimes silly but then I was expecting that so it didn’t lessen my reading enjoyment. OK, I know you are thinking it, and yes Immortally Yours has some shades of the classic M*A*S*H television sitcom, but the paranormal element/mythological element of it changed it “just” enough that I wasn’t always comparing it ...more
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Immortally Yours is the first series of Angie Fox’s Monster MASH series. I didn’t have any expectations when I started this story, only because I’ve never read any of Fox’s work prior to this. The synopsis seemed fun and it had promise of a good weekend read. The premise was new and not something that I’ve read before, so I found it refreshing.

In a war of New Gods and Old Gods, Dr. Petra Robichaud has been recruited to work in one of the war hospitals. Alongside other
All Things Urban Fantasy
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy

Slightly misleading cover aside (I would have bet money this was a vampire book), IMMORTALLY YOURS, the first book in Angie Fox’s Monster M*A*S*H paranormal romance series is a fast, fun read with an out of this world premise. The old and new gods from Greek mythology are in an epic war and both sides are drafting from the human/semi-human population for life long duty.

On the front lines is Dr. Petra Robichaud, a half-fairy with a dangerous secret. She
Aug 07, 2012 Natasja rated it really liked it
Immortally Yours by Angie Fox is the first novel in her Monster MASH Series and I enjoyed reading it. I have to be honest that I haven’t read any of the other books by this author and didn’t quite know what to expect. But I have to say that this book pulled me in from the beginning and I couldn’t put it down for long, I just loved the book.

I loved the way this author created a world where immortal gods and demi-gods are fighting each other. Now things are getting out of hand, which shifts the ba
Tyra Berger
Jan 11, 2013 Tyra Berger rated it liked it
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So I am a mythology freak and when I read the premise of this book I was super excited. Angie Fox is one of those authors that writes really funny, inventive character's and I couldn't wait to see which direction she was going to take this series.

The story it's self is good and I liked the two main character's, especially Galen. He was strong, loyal, supportive, protective and DAMN the man was good at the sexing, everything you want in your Alpha hero's. I liked Petra but her angst kind of got o
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