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The Falcon and the Jackal (Storm Chronicles #1)

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James had never been attracted to a man before. But Horus, the Egyptian god of the sun, is not just any man. Drop dead gorgeous, Horus is also the harbinger of bad news.

He proclaims James to be Seth, his dark godly counterpart and ally, and warns that Osiris, god of the dead, is about to take over the world once more.

Caught between a game of power and falling in love with
ebook, 199 pages
Published September 2010 by Cobblestone Press
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No idea how to describe the story with words so...

The MC`s:

The reincarnated Egyptian Gods SETH and HORUS


on a

with LOTS of explosive Hocus Pocus

AND X-RATED ACTION! (view spoiler)

trying to save the

with the help of Samuel L. Jackson as ASTEN

and a huge cast of other Egyptian Gods and Goddesses (no pictures that would get out of hand...)

from the re-awakening OSIRIS

(Ahahahahah...the guy really was green......)

That pretty much sums it up!

Basic equipment for reader
Apr 26, 2012 Td rated it really liked it
What is left to say after Sim's FABULOUS review? Not much! :D Another wacky, high adrenaline adventure with an entertaining mix of Egyptian mythology, endearing MC's, plenty of sizzle and tons of action from this author who knows how to set that movie-like atmosphere capture the attention from Page 1. Set your imagination free and yes, don't forget the popcorn!
Angel Martinez
Sep 28, 2010 Angel Martinez rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

I first came across Jay DiMeo in the anthology Bedknobs and Beanstalks in which appeared her lovely short story "The Merman's Tale". It was, without a doubt, one of my favorites in the collection, so when I saw that Jay had written a full length, I had to check it out.

There are a lot of gods and goddesses running around in the paranormal/fantasy romance world these days but this story was unique. It tackles the rather more difficult world of Egyptian mythology. Greek and Roman and even
ARe Cafe
Apr 08, 2013 ARe Cafe rated it it was amazing
An ARe Cafe top pick!

The Falcon and the Jackal is book one of the Storm Chronicles and a whirlwind adventure. Jay Di Meo mixes Egyptian lore, reincarnation, fates and magic all in to one action packed short novel. James finds himself fascinated with a certain amulet/jewel in his local museum. As sad as this sounds, he’s lost girls because of it. Well, maybe not because of it, but they certainly didn’t understand nor appreciate his compulsion to constantly look at and study it. Turns out it belon
Lori Strongin
Nov 21, 2011 Lori Strongin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Mix Egyptian mythology with a race across the country, and you have the page turner known as The Falcon and the Jackal.

James is just trying to make ends meet as a waiter when he finds himself inexplicably drawn to an ancient Egyptian pendant in a museum. But when handsome stranger Silver follows him and claims the jewel belongs to James, an adventure begins that will change both mens' lives...if either live that long.

Intrigue, betrayal, discovery of self and the return of the past...truly, Jay D
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Jay Di Meo followed elves, angels, and trickster demons around as a child. As an adult, she started documenting all the paranormal activity – especially the skin-on-skin sort. As an author, she gives you fair warning: all her stories are true – especially the one about the handsome merman – and she keeps the cutest, hottest guys in her closet.
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