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Monday, October 8, 2012

Devil’s Tavern III: Possession by Crymsyn Hart

Devil’s Tavern III: Possession by Crymsyn Hart
Publisher: Purple Sword Publications, LLC
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Short Story (85 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fuchsia

Bruno returns to his pack only to find utter devastation. The woman he loves is all alone and there is an evil creeping in the darkness of the forest. Being a God fearing werewolf, he takes it upon himself to confront the evil and drive it back to hell.

Serena’s heart is tied to an outlaw. All her life she has been an outcast. Evil is tormenting her and the pack. Her only hope is her motorcycle riding, biker werewolf, Bruno. Together they will face their nightmares and goodness will prevail.

Bruno was a wolf shifter who had been banished from his pack because he wanted to travel the world spreading the word of God instead of taking his place in the pack. His brother, who was pack leader, made sure that Bruno was ousted and because of this he was no longer able to be with the woman he loved, Serena. Bruno was on his way back to his home and pack after having a dream that his home was burning. He knew that the Lord would forgive him for taking a break because he had to see if his dreams were true.

Serena was huddled in the cave, everything and everyone in her pack had been killed and she was the only one left. She hoped and prayed that Bruno would come back to save her and find a way to rebuild their pack. She could still hear the spirit calling to her, trying to get her to cross over the sacred barrier so that he could touch her. Serena knew that if the evil spirit got her there would be no hope for her at all.

Devil’s Tavern III: Possession is an unusual book because it mixes religion in with paranormal. This is the first book that I have read where a shifter has left his pack to go spread the word of God, then come back because of the premonition he had about his home being destroyed. It was an interesting story but somehow I couldn’t really get into it. The premise was interesting, the story was well written and the characters were likeable. It’s just that the story left me unsure about how I felt about it, especially since this was not the end of Bruno and Serena’s journey. I would recommend you read for yourself because you may find things in it that I missed. I have to say that Crymsyn Hart is a very creative writer and I would absolutely read another of her stories.

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