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Meh, it was alright. The writing was perfectly readable and it was well edited. I have no complaints on that front. But the story had a number of elements that I just plain dislike. For one, though Nix was the main character and the events centred around her, it wasn't her who saved the day. Nope, Gods forbid the woman be in on the important action. Instead she ran around from the start of the book until the end, encountering and being attacked by one mythological creature after another. Note, not intentionally doing anything but instead reacting to a presented stimuli. Then in the end, all her male protectors went behind her back and saved the day. It was subtle, but all the impetus was taken by the men. At one point Cal even asked her, 'Do you trust me?...Then hold your questions a little longer.' In other words she not only wasn't in on the action, she wasn't even allowed to ask about it. This was all further exasperated by the fact that all of the power players were Gods. The only real Goddess you get to know is vapid and too busy with her facials and pedicures to be important.
Then there was the complete mishmash of pantheons. I get that this was intentional. The D.L. was after all an alliance of them. But come on, first we're presented with the Greeks (including Sitars, Cyclops, Titans, Nymphs, Fates, Furies, Basilisk, etc), then the Egyptians. I'm still on board at this point. Then the Elves show up. Huh? And then Aliens! Really, WTF, it was just too much, too cluttered, too many disparate genre thrown together.
Then there was how easily everything wrapped up. The bad guy was defeated with absolute ease. More than once problems were overcome almost miraculously.Read more ›
I adored Nix, she was tough and stood on her own. She is not the type to just take orders and not question things, she is intelligent and wants to know why and make her own decisions. As the owner of Mystic Ink, she is also a guardian to the underworld, so when dead bodies start showing up in her alley she wants to know why. She is also a Destroyer, a keeper of peace if you will; she is one of the Elite forces that helps maintain peace within the immortal and human races. Between those two gigs and her day job of being a tattoo artist her days are full. If only she didn't have Agent Calder looking over her shoulder, his presence pisses her off on principal, she doesn't need a baby sitter, but underlying that is an overwhelming attraction to Cal. When his soul is stolen, Nix and Cal have to spend more time together and the more time they spend together the more confused she feels. She doesn't understand why she knows things about him, she shouldn't know. I truly enjoyed Nix she was such a great character.
Cal about breaks your heart, he's been grieving for his lost relationship for a 100 years. For a 100 years he remembers that relationship past, but the girl doesn't remember him.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are parts of this book that I really like and I feel the like overall premise was a good idea. Read morePublished 4 months ago by N Past
Slow start of the action, but just wait. This
The author spun a good take about God's, duty, loss, and love. I enjoyed the plotline and the main characters. Read more
I FINALLY had a chance to read this and I only sorry I waited so long. I love books about the ancient pantheons and this one delivered. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Stacy E. Wilson
This was such a fun read. I really enjoyed all gods and goddesses and everything in between. I seriously loved Basil, Nix bird. He cracked me up. Read morePublished on March 24, 2014 by elgato
Welcome to Mystic Connecticut. A historic and enchanting town on Long Island Sound. Where there is and are more, than meets the eye! Nay say you? Impossible! Guess again. Read morePublished on December 6, 2013 by nyrican4t"Bibliophile"
Love the mystical world and how she weaves it into the mortal world. The story truly sucks you in and makes you unable to put the book down. Good Job Casey Wyatt!Published on November 18, 2013 by EDarr
Brush up on your Greek pantheon, you'll need it to keep everyone straight through this nice action packed romance. Read morePublished on October 14, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I had fun reading Mystic Ink. It was packed full of paranormal, had original properties and a wonderful story! An fans of the genre will enjoy their time spent with it :)Published on September 29, 2013 by Ava Renee
The characters were very well developed with just the right amount of backstory at just the right times. Can't wait to read the sequel!Published on September 29, 2013 by L. Servey