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Something evil is going down in Atlanta... Mojo Mysteries, Book 3Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon, Atlanta’s annual gay geek conference, and are looking forward to a weekend of cosplay and general nerdy fun. As they mingle with other conference goers, though, Adrian feels a strange, cold energy emanating from a man dressed as a satyr.Encounte Something evil is going down in Atlanta... Mojo Mysteries, Book 3Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon, Atlanta’s annual gay geek conference, and are looking forward to a weekend of cosplay and general nerdy fun. As they mingle with other conference goers, though, Adrian feels a strange, cold energy emanating from a man dressed as a satyr.Encounters with storybook creatures roaming the streets only increase the chilly tendrils teasing Adrian’s sixth sense—strong enough to cause disturbing visions of Greg’s existence being erased.When a girl at the conference goes missing, then turns up dead, clues literally drop in their laps as Adrian begins to fear the cold, alien energy is engulfing the whole city. And in danger of swallowing up his lover.To Adrian’s horror, his worst nightmare is realized. Now both he and Greg must call on reserves of strength and resourcefulness they never knew they possessed to save Atlanta, and each other. Warning: This book contains weird critters, Hell-Lanta, regular Atlanta, a creepy escalator, awesome cosplay geeks, temples that aren’t (but totally are), and liberal use of mojo mind powers.


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Something evil is going down in Atlanta... Mojo Mysteries, Book 3Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon, Atlanta’s annual gay geek conference, and are looking forward to a weekend of cosplay and general nerdy fun. As they mingle with other conference goers, though, Adrian feels a strange, cold energy emanating from a man dressed as a satyr.Encounte Something evil is going down in Atlanta... Mojo Mysteries, Book 3Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon, Atlanta’s annual gay geek conference, and are looking forward to a weekend of cosplay and general nerdy fun. As they mingle with other conference goers, though, Adrian feels a strange, cold energy emanating from a man dressed as a satyr.Encounters with storybook creatures roaming the streets only increase the chilly tendrils teasing Adrian’s sixth sense—strong enough to cause disturbing visions of Greg’s existence being erased.When a girl at the conference goes missing, then turns up dead, clues literally drop in their laps as Adrian begins to fear the cold, alien energy is engulfing the whole city. And in danger of swallowing up his lover.To Adrian’s horror, his worst nightmare is realized. Now both he and Greg must call on reserves of strength and resourcefulness they never knew they possessed to save Atlanta, and each other. Warning: This book contains weird critters, Hell-Lanta, regular Atlanta, a creepy escalator, awesome cosplay geeks, temples that aren’t (but totally are), and liberal use of mojo mind powers.

30 review for Myth Adventures

  1. 5 out of 5

    VVivacious

    Okay, this book was a weird experience for me. I was really looking forward to reading it and I really enjoyed the premise and the way things were heading but after Adrian and Greg got separated, this book lost me. I was connected to the story initially but after a point, I found myself completely disconnected from the story which was not a good or bad experience, but it was weird. I definitely liked the premise of the story. Greg and Adrian are attending OutlantaCon. A girl ends up killed at the Okay, this book was a weird experience for me. I was really looking forward to reading it and I really enjoyed the premise and the way things were heading but after Adrian and Greg got separated, this book lost me. I was connected to the story initially but after a point, I found myself completely disconnected from the story which was not a good or bad experience, but it was weird. I definitely liked the premise of the story. Greg and Adrian are attending OutlantaCon. A girl ends up killed at the Con and there are weird shadow octopuses with red eyes on the streets being chased by Chaos Priests. Trying to figure out the mystery Greg slips into an alternate dimension where he gets stuck and it is up to Adrian to rescue him. Well, given how much I love Adrian rescuing Greg, it never gets old for me, this book should have been a good read atleast if not awesome. But while I am never bored of Adrian playing the rescuer, I am definitely damn irritated with Greg ending up in situations from which he needs rescuing despite Adrian warning him, again and again, to not do stupid things. This is getting to be a little bit of a sore point for me because this was the recurring theme in the previous book and this one (might have been in the first book as well but I don't remember anything from the first book). Adrian tells Greg not to get involved in ways that can end up in him being hurt and I find that to be very reasonable. Despite the fact that the author often tries to spin it in such a way that makes it seem like Greg had to get into the situation, it still doesn't absolve Greg of the bad decisions he makes. It is getting damn irritating. I hope the author realises this and will from now on find better reasons to have Greg in danger because I doubt she'll actually stop putting him in it. I liked Adrian in this one, his characterisation has been pretty flawless and I really like him. I liked the fact that he manages to face his fears despite being shit scared of them. I like Greg most of the times but if he keeps getting himself in such situations I am not going to for much longer. Adrian and Greg together are the absolute best part of this series so I definitely didn't appreciate the author's decision to split them. Also, it becomes very clear that the author keeps them away from each other unnecessarily long. Just so she can get Greg injured and have him meet Darren. When actually, Adrian could have rescued Greg much earlier than he does but he couldn't because then there probably wouldn't have been much of a plot since the author obviously couldn't find a workaround. This stalling tactic doesn't work on Adrian's side of the story because for two days he is doing nothing while as far as he is concerned Greg is in mortal peril and that is definitely not Adrian. The plot has good bones but fails horribly in execution. The fact that the chaos priests required Adrian's cooperation just makes it obvious that they wouldn't have been able to do anything unless Adrain was in Atlanta when they needed him to be and since they don't actually do anything to ensure that eventuality their plan was doomed to fail from the start. Also, what is up with the chaos priests their motivation is so flimsy. This book also skipped the entire aftermath of the event and considering what happens at the end, I really felt like we missed certain important conversations that needed to be had. Also, Vinita and Mallory were very bad side characters. Vinita doesn't actually help Adrian rescue Greg which is the fatal flaw in her characterization and Mallory works for ImmersionSpace the game from which the chaos priests derive their ideology. This fact had me instantly suspicious of her which as per usual didn't pan out at all. I am a little curious about the little nugget Greg reveals in the end. If he chooses to be a detective a lot of the problems I have with his decisions would be easily dealt with. I am hoping he goes that route given how hell-bent he is on putting himself in danger to find justice for random strangers. I really hope that if there is a next in this series, the author really finds a way to solve some of the troubles plaguing Adrian and Greg because I really want these to have a happily every after.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tara

    This was a very different installment of the series, in my opinion. Adrian didn't call in his family, but he did receive help from some interesting characters. Greg and Adrian both seem to be changing the course of the lives, still together, just individually different people. The book as a whole wasn't as light and fun as I recall this series being. Usually there's darkness layered with a lot of funny, instead it was darkness layered with a lot of heavy. Not bad, just not what I was expecting. This was a very different installment of the series, in my opinion. Adrian didn't call in his family, but he did receive help from some interesting characters. Greg and Adrian both seem to be changing the course of the lives, still together, just individually different people. The book as a whole wasn't as light and fun as I recall this series being. Usually there's darkness layered with a lot of funny, instead it was darkness layered with a lot of heavy. Not bad, just not what I was expecting. And it makes me curious about the future of this series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Don Bradshaw

    I am a fan of Ms Blue's Bay City Paranormal Investigations so when I saw that she started another paranormal investigation series, I hopped on it. Adrian and Greg aren't as mature as the Bay City group but they work well together. The writing is tight and the story just sucked me in. There were a couple of disappointments but to reveal them would be a spoiler. It's well worth reading the book just for the wild ride. The ending left just enough of a window for the series to be continued. I am a fan of Ms Blue's Bay City Paranormal Investigations so when I saw that she started another paranormal investigation series, I hopped on it. Adrian and Greg aren't as mature as the Bay City group but they work well together. The writing is tight and the story just sucked me in. There were a couple of disappointments but to reveal them would be a spoiler. It's well worth reading the book just for the wild ride. The ending left just enough of a window for the series to be continued.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Love Bytes Reviews

    5 Heart Review from Roberta ow, this book had me up early and I didn’t stop reading until I had finished this book. I picked this book because I remember reading some of Ally’s other books and I knew Adrian’s last name. When I started reading and FINALLY figured out why…I was like…Damn…I knew that last name. I liked that this book is part of a series. I liked that even though this is the 3rd book in the series, I totally could follow everything without feeling lost and confused. I would say that e 5 Heart Review from Roberta ow, this book had me up early and I didn’t stop reading until I had finished this book. I picked this book because I remember reading some of Ally’s other books and I knew Adrian’s last name. When I started reading and FINALLY figured out why…I was like…Damn…I knew that last name. I liked that this book is part of a series. I liked that even though this is the 3rd book in the series, I totally could follow everything without feeling lost and confused. I would say that each book is a standalone and even though reading them in order would be cool…you could pick up this book and follow along with no problems. This is the story of Adrian and his longtime boyfriend, Greg. Now, if you’ve read any of Ally’s Bay City Paranormal Investigations series, Adrian’s father is Bo Brossard and his stepfather is Sam Raintree. Ya I Know…cool right. Anywhoo…these two young men have been in a relationship for 5 years and in those 5 years…they’ve had an adventure or 3. This time, they’ve headed to Hot-Lanta for a weekend of fun and cosplay. The problem is…Adrian feels that something of really off. He still makes an attempt to have a good time. Until…murder and mayhem occur and our guys are thrust into some otherworldly shit. Greg…now he just made me smile. He’s this really sweet, fun-loving guy who just wants to have a good time with his guy and enjoy some cosplay costumes and parties. What he gets is murder, physical violence and being pulled into Hell-Lanta…this alternate dimension full of things that go bump in the night. Well, bump and murder. Greg has been in some situations before but this is a whole other level of WTF!! Poor Greg, I think that he just had the worst luck in this book and yet, when all is said and done, he just outdid what the thought he could endure. There was just a bit of sexy times in this book and you know what…that was perfect. This way it didn’t overshadow all of the adventure that we were taken on. The sexy times weren’t very graphic, but you could tell that these two gentlemen really loved each other. Now, the action and adventure that you were taken on was really top rated. I started this book and didn’t stop to do anything but drink coffee until it was over. This book had me imagining all of the things that was laid out on the screen and I was there with both Adrian and Greg. I could feel the fear and anxiety that they were feeling. I was there with them and that is truly the work of an amazing author, This is one book that I will say is definitely worth reading and now…I must go back and read the Bay City Paranormal Series as well as the Mojo Mysteries. Pick up this book and be prepared to go on a fantastic journey that will make your heart hurt as well as keep you on the edge of your seat waiting to see how this all ends. Good Job, Ally!! Very Well Done!! I look forward to the next installment!! This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes. Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways. Click below.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tj

    The mojo series is horror/paranormal on training wheels. The evening new is frightening enough. Why add monsters, demon possession etc to the mix? This lighter version of the genre is perfect. I also really like that gay, lesbian, interracial couples are the norm. Acceptance... that is a refreshing change. Adrian and Greg are a cute couple in their mid-twenties. Unlike most books with twenty somethings, these two are responsible and well grounded. They have jobs, share an apartment, and a life. G The mojo series is horror/paranormal on training wheels. The evening new is frightening enough. Why add monsters, demon possession etc to the mix? This lighter version of the genre is perfect. I also really like that gay, lesbian, interracial couples are the norm. Acceptance... that is a refreshing change. Adrian and Greg are a cute couple in their mid-twenties. Unlike most books with twenty somethings, these two are responsible and well grounded. They have jobs, share an apartment, and a life. Greg is sunny outgoing and leaps before he looks. Adrian is more reserved and likes to process before acting. Adrian also has what Greg calls mojo. He can see ghosts, spirits and demons and move things with his mind. In Myth Adventures, the two travel to Atlanta for a comic con type convention. They innocently think the trip will entail panels, dressing up as Mario and Peach, eating lots of food, dancing, shopping, seeing Atlanta, in short having a good time. Strange happenings in Atlanta soon puts a stop to all that. Once again, Adrian is faced with his worst nightmares from childhood when he accidentally opened a door to another dimension. Greg will learn firsthand about some of the beings that haunt Adrian. While Adrian and Greg are a strong couple and deeply in love, Myth Adventures is not a "romance". Adrian and Greg are tested in this book and it will take all of their strength, love and Adrian's mojo to survive. Both characters "grow up" and loose some of their innocence along the way. In paranormal terms this is a gritter book than the others in the series. Also, Ally Blue leaves the door open for more books in series but with a more mature and battle scarred Adrian and Greg. (More books please.) On the CON side: The monsters in this book were well written and developed. However, the villains' ultimate goal seemed a little comic bookish. The book needed to be slightly longer with more details on the group and what they wanted to accomplish.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Theodora IK

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Scary! It's not really like the previous books. This time, the enemy is not ghosts, but human cult with a deranged leader who wants to open a portal between worlds to let their gods into this world. The world Greg fell into is so scary, but also makes one wonders. What is that world? where do the satyrs and fairies live? I feel like the next book in Mojo Mysteries will further explore this new world Adrian and Greg accidentally fell into, but I also still want more ghost stories from them. Scary! It's not really like the previous books. This time, the enemy is not ghosts, but human cult with a deranged leader who wants to open a portal between worlds to let their gods into this world. The world Greg fell into is so scary, but also makes one wonders. What is that world? where do the satyrs and fairies live? I feel like the next book in Mojo Mysteries will further explore this new world Adrian and Greg accidentally fell into, but I also still want more ghost stories from them.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Francis

    preordered

  8. 4 out of 5

    Monica Baez

  9. 4 out of 5

    Toni

  10. 4 out of 5

    A.C.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Enure

  12. 4 out of 5

    Corina_dana33

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany Prock

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mark Fisher

  15. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dyan

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lissa

  18. 4 out of 5

    Leah

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Taylor

  20. 4 out of 5

    Idamus

  21. 5 out of 5

    OkayKim

  22. 4 out of 5

    Arusu

  23. 5 out of 5

    Quinn Grace

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rider Jacobs

  25. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

  26. 4 out of 5

    Fred

  27. 5 out of 5

    Colette

  28. 4 out of 5

    Deandra

  29. 4 out of 5

    Caren Valentino

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lora

    Good read.

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