Review: From Hell to Breakfast by Cynthia St. Aubin

About the Author

1be53-cynthiastaubin-author2bpicCynthia St. Aubin is the author of the Dr. Matilda Schmidt, Paranormal Psychologist novels, which are hilarious, sexy, and so entertaining!

Her newest release, From Hell to Breakfast, is part of the Romancing the Paranormal anthology, which releases May 19, 2015. Cruxis fans from her Matilda Schmidt stories will be delighted to visit this character again!

I was lucky enough to get to review an advance copy of this story and one other from that collection.

The Enchanted Alley’s Review

From Hell to Breakfast follows Crixus, the broken-hearted demigod from the Matilda Schmidt stories. He’s sent on a mission by Hades to put a muse in her place. In true Cynthia St. Aubin fashion, hilarity and sexiness ensue.

The story is very fast paced, laugh out loud funny, and an interesting take on the gods, Hell, and other paranormal critters and creatures. I’m generally not a fan of prologues, which this story has, but St. Aubin really does the prologue well. I finished the few pages of the prologue and actually said out loud, “Whoa.” I knew from that moment that I was settling in for a great story. I was delighted the whole way through.

Now, can’t we make Crixus real?

About the Anthology

The anthology is only 99 cents for thirteen stories! Here are the selections included:

Stephanie Rowe – Shadows of Darkness (Order of the Blade) 
Haunted by a tormented past that has come to reclaim him, a former assassin must choose between saving the world, or protecting the one woman who can touch his heart and redeem his soul.

Robyn Peterman – Fashionably Hotter Than Hell 
What does a Vampyre do when the woman he’s chased for two hundred years is still trying to get away? He plays dirty.
Welcome to my own personal Hell.
Where life is steamy and the sex is sizzling.
Damn it, I thought the chase was difficult…keeping the girl alive might prove to be my undoing.

Victoria Danann – Wolf Lover: Konuchur 
In the middle of a war with dragon shifters, a human widow of a werewolf may get another chance at love, but feelings of guilt threaten a blossoming attraction to the one wolf everyone thought was untamable.

Kym Grosso – Lost Embrace 
Dominant vampire leader, Kade Issacson, is devastated when his fiancée, Sydney Willows, is nearly killed by a demon, and her transition into the supernatural tests the limits of their bond. Deep in the heart of New Orleans, they struggle to keep her alive while searching for an escaped killer who promises to end Sydney’s life once and for all.

Dakota Cassidy – What Not to Were 
A cute werewolf, a hot warlock cowboy, an iguana, whacky seniors, a night of long awaited passion, and some magic. What could go wrong? How about pretty much everything?

Claudy Conn – Harley-Awakening 
Harley has everything a vampire-white witch hybrid could want: wonderful
parents, a hunky sort-of boyfriend, and a clan of loving friends. When
that life is taken away from her, Harley doesn’t want to serve revenge
up cold. She wants to serve it up now, and she wants to serve it up HOT.

Teresa Gabelman – Forbidden Hunger 
A shifter without a pack, Janna Lawson goes in search of the man who her mother died trying to protect. What she finds is Garrett Foster, a man who has the power to decide her fate and causes a hunger inside her that is forbidden to them both.

Melanie James – Gertie’s Paranormal Plantation 
When you run a shelter for paranormal creatures, you can’t afford to let your guard down. When carefree and quite naïve witch, Gertie O’Leary, welcomes an enchanting new guest to the plantation, she finds herself caught up in an ancient struggle. Marie Laveau and the gang will have to pull together once again to save Gertie’s love life. Love, lust and laughs await on the Paranormal Plantation.

Gena D. Lutz – Sonnet Vale: Paranormal Hunter (Enchanted Alley review forthcoming!)
Paranormal hunter, Sonnet Vale, has the unique ability to hunt and kill vampires. But a chance encounter with a handsome stranger is about to change everything, teaching Sonnet what it’s like to be hunted and possessed.

D’Elen McClain – Fang Chronicles: Tyboll 
A grumpy bear shifter, a stubborn she-bear shifter, and more growls than a bear clan can possibly handle. Will the two kill each other or discover they make the perfect mated pair?

Julia Mills – Her Dragon’s Heart 
What do you get when you combine one head-strong dragon shifter with a young woman whose past won’t stay hidden, add a coven of demon-raising wizards and a Fate that will not be denied? The perfect recipe for sizzling romance, spine-tingling intrigue, sword swinging action and swoon-worthy love. Enter the world of the Dragon Guard…Forever be changed.

Brandy L. Rivers – Seductive Solutions 
When Toryn’s trusted friend begins failing, he’ll search for a way to free him of the destructive bond. Isa might have a solution for Scotty’s problem, if Toryn can help her find the courage.

Cynthia St. Aubin – From Hell to Breakfast 
He’s a supernatural bounty hunter with a broken heart and a loose zipper. She’s a succubus with a smart mouth and a long rap sheet. When her crimes become his problem, they’re in for one hell of a ride.

Don’t let the small price tag scare you away from this collection. St. Aubin’s story alone is worth far more than $0.99! You’re getting nearly ONE THOUSAND PAGES for less than a buck! Great deal.

UnknownEssential Info:

Title:  Romancing the Paranormal (From Hell to Breakfast)

Author: Various (Cynthia St. Aubin)

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services

Length: 941 pages

Price: $0.99 Kindle

Release Date: May 19, 2015

Amazon Link: Buy it HERE


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