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Ain't Myth-Behaving
Ain't MythBehaving
Author: Katie MacAlister
STAG PARTY — Dane Hearne -- also known as the Irish fertility god Cernunnos -- must choose a bride quickly. His long-time goddess has run off with a salsa dancer, and Dane must be married by Beltane, just a week away, or become a mortal -- and die. When he meets American travel writer Megan St. Clair, he knows he's found his soul mate. But while ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781416524939
ISBN-10: 1416524932
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 353
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 331 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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jena avatar reviewed Ain't Myth-Behaving on + 108 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 6
The first story was written in first person from the male leads point of view. It was a nice twist to Ms. MacAlister's usual feminine first person voice. I enjoyed the first story, but I loved the second one.
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Helpful Score: 5
Two stories of mortal female meets not-so-mortal, sexy male. Not my favorite book by Katie MacAlister. Qick, witty dialogue is her forte, but the convoluted thinking and explanations of myths can be confusing if you're not paying close attention.
polkadotz avatar reviewed Ain't Myth-Behaving on + 5 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
The first story is told from the male's point of view which was refreshing as most romance stories are told from a female's standpoint. Both stories are good reads, but the first one seemed more flirty and fun, while the second was slightly less entertaining.
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Helpful Score: 3
It was a quick read and traditional Katie Mac. I love Katie Mac. The characters of both stories were great, but I was left with the desire of wanting more of the first one, Stag Party. I would love to see more on this couple. Norse Truly had the potential to be developed into great characters as well. I think it was a big tease with the 2 short stories. Katie if you are reading this...WE WANT MORE LIKE HARD DAYS KNIGHT, CORSET DIARIES, and BLOW ME DOWN Please!!!!
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Helpful Score: 1
Quirky fun read! Not your usual but nice for a change!
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lgcentaur avatar reviewed Ain't Myth-Behaving on
Both of the two novellas are entertaining, light, witty, sexy romances. The men are more than perfect, being gods or immortals, this is to be expected and the women are headstrong, liberal American women - as most of MacAlister's men and women are. This is not heavy reading or great literature. However, if you are looking for cute and quick, this is the book for you. Fans of MacAlister will find much to like in her short works.

Of the two, I have to say I enjoyed the first story, Stag Party, far more than the second one - the god was far more attractive! - but, then, I like funny men.
ronilou avatar reviewed Ain't Myth-Behaving on + 5 more book reviews
this was actually very fun. i sometimes forget the joy of a simple, funny, sexy read. this was perfectly just that.
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Well it seems like Katie MacAlister had two ideas for stories that she just couldn't flush out into full sized books. The first book was just beyond terrible and I really regretted wasting a credit on it. The second was pretty cute and I zipped through it over a plane ride but still "mm glad I didn't pay full price for it.