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Paramourtal: Tales of undying love and loving the undead. (Volume 1)

4.27 of 5 stars 4.27  ·  rating details  ·  11 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Paramour: a lover. Paramortal: a supernatural being. Together, they are "Paramourtal," a collection of ten spellbinding paranormal romance stories. Suspenseful, heartwarming and scary as hell, they’ll grip your heart and haunt you for days.

• "A Touch of Sand" by Nicole Brugger-Dethmers. The Sandman is forbidden to love humans. Then he gazes upon the enchanting face of Ange
Kindle Edition, 205 pages
Published September 18th 2010 by Cliffhanger Books
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
A good group of stories that look at love from an otherworldly/supernatural perspective. A few were humorous, and a few were so poignant they brought tears to my eyes. I didn't have any expectations for this one, but I was pleasantly surprised with this anthology.

Full review to be posted on the Bitten By Books website (at a later date):
Paramourtal:Tales of Undying Love and Loving the Dead - Anthology
* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

Paramourtal is a collection of short stories that feature everything from the Sandman to Selkies to Fairies. Over all it is a good selection of stories that were very entertaining.

Some of my favorite stories were Dark Legacy where love conquers all. Katherine and her husband are in love and her cousin is jealous. Julia’s husband left her but she is convinced he will
Thomas Winship
Noree Cosper’s short story, “The Flower of Hell,” is a tight, well-written piece of fiction that has but one flaw: it leaves you wanting more.

It’s part of an anthology—“Paramourtal”—that features a slew of paranormal romance stories. I haven’t read the rest, but if they’re a fraction as entertaining as Cosper’s piece, it’s one helluva book.

“The Flower of Hell” offers a quick peek into the life of a demon hunter, Gabriella, who devotes her life to killing demons and other denizens of the dark. Sh
L. Wallace
I'd actually give the book 3 1/2 stars overall. This book was a mix of fairytales for grownups, suspense, hot reading and a few that were just so-so. I'd recommend it to others for a nice read and will keep tabs on some of the authors to see what other books they have to offer. Great thing about short stories is that you are introduced to new authors that can set you on a journey of new book worlds to enjoy.
Great collection of short stories!!
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