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When it comes to love between a medusa and a Vampyre, it’s every man, woman, and snake for themselves…

A Novella of the Elder Races

As a coroner, medusa Seremela Telemar has always felt more comfortable chatting over a dead body than over drinks. But when her wild niece, Vetta, runs off to Devil’s Gate, a lawless town that has sprung up overnight in a modern-day gold rush, s
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Published June 5th 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (first published June 2012)
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Sophia Triad
Dec 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Duncan and Seremela

During the last scene of "Natural Evil" a girl steals a pack of tarot cards from Claudia who does not really care about them because she is busy running away with Luis.

That girl was Vetta, the restless niece of Seremela Telemar, the medical examiner who works for Carlin and Rune. Seremela is also a medusa i.e. a monster from the greek mythology who instead of hair, she has little snakes on her head. Usually medusas are the bad guys in books. In this case Seremela is a very n
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Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠
A medusa medical examiner + a vampire lawyer go off to a Wild West tent city to rescue her runaway niece. Unfortunately, the medusa can't turn people to stone. I was very disappointed in this fact.
Melanie
2.5 stars

Oh no!!! I can't believe that Duncan and Seremela, two very interesting and incredibly likable supporting characters from Harrison's 'Elder Races' series, have had their story relegated to... this - a warp speed quick adventure/romance squeezed into a too-short novella that has little significance in the overall series arc. Needless to say, I'm disappointed. So very disappointed.

While the tarot cards that have played a prominent role in the theme for the 'Elder Races' novellas are somew
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Stacie
Nov 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
Loved Duncan and Seremela! A nice addition to The Elder Races world. Happy reading!
Keri
Apr 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
I have liked Seremela from the first book. She is the medical examiner Medusa. She quit her job and came to Florida to work for Carling and Rune. Duncan is the Vampyre lawer that is one of Carling's. The story opens with both Duncan and Seremela having the hots for one another, but haven't explored it yet. When Seremela's neice runs away, Seremela makes plans to go after her. Of course Duncan isn't going to let her go off without him, so he goes along. It is a really short story, but I thought a ...more
Lady Heather
May 30, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: a must read for Elder Races fans
First read: September 19, 2012

This is a nice addition to the "Elder Races" series!

Favorite part is when Seremela's snakes (she's a Medusa)are curious about Duncan (because they know she loves him), and explore his body the first time they 'make love'....HOT!!!

Second read: August 4, 2013

Loved Duncan & Seremela together!
Lulu
Apr 27, 2012 rated it liked it
Another pleasant little novella in Thea Harrison's Elder Races series. This one tells the story of the vampire Duncan and the medusa Seremela Telemar, both of whom have appeared briefly as minor characters in the full length Elder Races books.

The story opens with Seremela having moved to Florida to work for the ancient vampire Carling and her mate Rune (Drago's former sentinel) who have set up some sort of international consulting group. Her niece is in trouble (again) and it's up to Seremela to
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Katie Michaels
May 25, 2012 rated it really liked it
I have read all of the novellas associated with the Elder Races series. I've enjoyed them, but they've always felt disconnected from the full length books in the series. Until now. "Devil's Gate" is kind of like a magnet that picks up a bunch of bits and pieces from just almost every novel and novella that's come before and successfully cashes in on the richness of the established world-building. And I liked it.

Remember that Medusa medical examiner? She's our heroine. And Carling's vampire lawye
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MaryReadsRomance
~~~A Sensuously Scintillating Serpentine Sexy Short Novella~~~
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Yes, if you can handle the heat of some slithering curious snake appendages between a Medusa and a Vampyre, you will be treated to yet another sensuous fantasy in this award winning paranormal series.

I personally will never recover from the visuals of the handsome and suave vampyre, Elder Races' Lawyer male Duncan Turner, having sex with the shy and nerdy medusa, Elder Races' Coroner Sheremela Telemar and her very "friendly" curiou
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Mareli
Feb 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
If I can read a story with a medusa and a vampire, I'm on the right track for paranormal ;)

A short story very good. Duncan and Seremela were really different but they fell in love so rightly, I liked their story so much. I already liked Seremela, she is a sweet soul, but Duncan, he was something different. I didn't know if he had a heart ;)

I hope to read more about them.
Pamela / SpazP
May 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I am so not a novella kind of gal. For me, I just like a longer and meatier story. That being said, ohhhh how I loved this novella. Devil's Gate is absolutely charming, and action-packed. It totally worked for me. Already an Elder Races series fan, I am so happy I decided to read this one.

Seremela is a completely unassuming heroine. She is a medusa and has snakes for hair! They have minds of their own, and sometimes she has to tie them back because they can be everywhere from rude to flirtatious
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Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
I read Devil’s Gate when it was first published and loved it. I’ve been on an audiobook kick and decided to try out Ms. Harrison’s Elder Races series in Audio.

Even if you haven’t read an Elder Race book you could still pick this novella up, but I would recommend at least reading Books 1 & 2 first in the Elder Race series; since they give you a sense of what is going on in the world.

Devil’s Gate features Seremela a Medusa and Duncan a Vampyre. These characters are secondary characters introd
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Kelly
02/14/15 reread: Seremela and Duncan are so freaking adorable together. I'd forgotten how mischievous her head snakes were around him. *thumbs up*

2012:
It shouldn't be a big shock that I'm stupid in love with this series. I adore everything about it - from the world building (OMG! FANTASTIC!) to the characters (*swoon swoon swoon*) to the situations those characters find them in (Fights to the death! Hawt sexin'! Backstabbing and other shenanigans!). I honestly can NOT get enough of this world.

Th
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Tina
Jun 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
Oh how I love the Elder Races series by Thea Harrison. The author got me with Dragon Bound, the first in the series, and has not let me go! The novellas she writes are side stories to the full length ones (they may or may not refer to past characters) but I devour them like chocolate. This edition was no different.

I loved Seremella because she was so different, well with being a Medusa and all. I am surprised I liked her because I am not a snake person and don't particularly want them in my stor
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The Window Seat
Apr 20, 2012 rated it really liked it
Well, if you have read Dragon Bound, you know Thea Harrison can do a great Alpha male. But who would have thought that she can do a Beta male, too! Devil's Gate proves that Harrison is multi-talented!

I wasn't dying to read Devil's Gate, since I was a little disappointed in Natural Evil, Harrison's last Elder Races novella. But now the pattern is coming clear and I am glad that I read this one. All of the novellas are following the path of a deck of Tarot Cards that are presumably bringing togeth
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Mara
Jun 11, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: novella, pnr
2 1/2
As an adventure vignette is really cute. As a romance, not so much. You don't love a person in a day, even if he saves the day (or niece). You may fall or start to, but all the mushy feeling are really wasted here.

A sweet Medusa is surely new, but a tad unbelievable. .

I suspect that even in novella format, this story would have improved greatly. As a short (and I mean short) story, everything is simply hinted at. But, damn, she can write.

As the heroes of PNR say mine, the heroines answer
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Laura (Kyahgirl)
4/5; 4 stars; A-

I was so happy to see Duncan and Seremela get their own story. I really enjoyed seeing how Harrison would handle a Medusa, her snakes, and a partner. Somehow, she made the snakes cute and cuddly. I've always like the character of Seremela, ever since she was introduced in Storm's Heart. She did not disappoint. I wish this book had been a little longer and maybe had a bit more than a cameo from Rune and Carling.

namericanwordcat
There is plenty of action adventure in this sweet romance between a vampire lawyer and a scientist medusa. I just love the heroine's head snakes. I am charmed. This is a charming romance that is a lovely gift to fans of the Elder Races series.
Gwen (The Gwendolyn Reading Method)
the short stories in this series are just stellar
Angela Carr (Under the Covers Book Blog)

Review also posted at link: Under The Covers Book Blog

Best of the Elder Races Novella yet!!! For such a short story, this book has a lot of content. I am very happy with this book. I feel as if Ms. Harrison read my mind and gave me what I wanted. This book had it all; good recap, good flow of writing, humor, romance, and glimpses of my favorite characters.

Dr. Seremela Telemar is our heroine and a fine one at that. We first see her in Storm’s Heart then Serpents Kiss, both playing a role using h
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Ferdy
Jun 08, 2012 rated it it was ok
Vampire lawyer Duncan comes to the aid of co-worker and medusa Seremela Telemar when her niece runs off to Devil's Gate.
I'm a fan of Thea Harrison's novels but I'm not fond of most of her novellas. The romance was so rushed, they both literally fall in love with each over a period of a day - it was unrealistic and unsatisfying.
Sere and Duncan were both likeable characters and they deserved more than a rushed, superficial and unconvincing romance. I was looking forward to seeing how Sere's head o
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Ren
4 stars

Project Elder Races Novella Read-a-thon

I see that each novella is better than the later and I'm proudly to said they Devil's Gate predeceed True Colors (this is the weakest novella, so far) and Natural Evil (good,but no HEA. (EDIT: After read all the novella, the weakest novella, imho is Hunter's Season). I' m happy that both h/H,Seremela Telemar and Duncan Turner already know each other so there is no insta-love if you don't like it. The story still follow the mysterious Tarot Deck, and
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Saly
Jun 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2012
3.5 stars
This was a very short novella and featured the Medusa/medical examiner/researcher heroine we met in Storm's Heart, in this book she has a new job courtesy Carling and Rune and needs to go and save her trouble-maker niece. She is joined by Duncan, the youngest of Carling's children.

That these two feel attracted to each other is instantly noted and soon come the word of love and more. I did feel the romance moved too quick but a novella format generally doesn't lend itself to a satisfied
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SheLove2Read
May 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2012
3.5 stars
The snakes really squicked me out but I begrudgingly admit this was a good read. I always enjoy Harrison's couples and this was no exception. I thought the "I love you" happened way too soon and would have preferred a "let's see where this is going" instead, but still an interesting read.
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
2.5 stars but I'm rounding down for grumpiness.

Take two characters we've met and liked before. Have them fall in love and live HEA in 12 pages. The end.

OK, so maybe it was longer than 12 pages but it certainly didn't feel like it. It still felt so rushed and incomplete. I was just disappointed. Hopefully the next will be better.
Sandy S
Jun 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
DEVIL’S GATE (Elder Races novella #3 (4.6)) by Thea Harrison

DEVIL’S GATE is the 3rd novella in Thea Harrison’s Novel of the Elder Races series. Unlike the previous two novellas, Devil’s Gate stayed true to the Elder Race characters. Natural Evil and True Colors ventured down a different path, and one that was not as enticing or exciting, but with Devil’s Gate Thea has, once again, found her style. There is little reference to the ‘magical Tarot cards’ until the final couple of chapters and only
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KcLu's review posted on Guilty Pleasures

I’m no stranger to the paranormal romance category, but this one was a whole new ball game for me. Devil’s Gate is a great quick read, and a trip into a new world very similar to ours with just a few of the mythology characters we have heard of since forever.

Medusa Seremela Telemar is quite shy and more comfortable in her professional setting as a coroner, but her sister has called her to go find her wild child niece, Vetta. She is determined that this wil
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The BookChick
Sep 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
My Rating: ★★★★

Book Description:
"When it comes to love between a medusa and a Vampyre, it's every man, woman, and snake for themselves. "

"A Novella of the Elder Races"

As a coroner, medusa Seremela Telemar has always felt more comfortable chatting over a dead body than over drinks. But when her wild niece, Vetta, runs off to Devil's Gate, a lawless town that has sprung up overnight in a modern-day gold rush, she knows she has to extricate her before the rebellious girl gets into real trouble. Tho
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Sheila Melo
May 31, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Medusa and the Lawyer Vampire Novella

THE STORY: Seremela Telemar is a former coroner in Chicago (see events in STORM'S HEART) who is now a medical researcher (see events in SERPENT'S KISS). She is also a medusa. When her niece goes missing, Seremela is tasked with going and retrieving her. Along for the ride comes Duncan Turner, a lawyer vampire. The two go to Devil's Gate which is similar to Gold Rush California: lots of unaccounted for people, with a frontier justice system. Seremela likes Dun
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Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
Seremela, a medusa, has to go searching for her runaway niece at Devil's Gate. Lucky for her, Vampyre lawyer, Duncan, shows up to help.

I had heard this story was about Seremela and wasn't too sure how I felt about the snakes ~ much less the eyes and skin. I do have to admit...it's a bit freaky but I really like her. And I was sooo shocked that it was Duncan that was her love interest. And WOW he has quite the sexual fantasies...who knew? He is also sooo romantic. It was really sweet when he was
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“Listen to me. I did not say I was falling in love with you, if only you would hide some part of yourself or change some aspect to try to please me. I said I was falling in love with you—all of you. I don’t want you to curb yourself, deny yourself, cover up your face or head or any part of your body. I don’t want you to lose or gain weight, or watch what you say, or deny how you feel, or try to be anything but who you are, because who you are is the most beautiful person in the world to me.” 6 likes
“Gods, this woman was hotter than Death Valley in July.” 0 likes
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