Series: Mystic Book, 2
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/M
Reviewer Name: Luna
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A meteor attack has changed the world as we know it. Most of the people that survived now have special powers. However, as with all people, some are good and some are evil. There is a group of men that were brought together by the World Council called MYSTIC. MYSTIC is a group of men with multiple powers known as celestials. They are only brought in to deal with Nefariouses. These are men with powers used for their own evil, twisted purpose. Bram is the Director of MYSTIC. From the moment Bram heard Matt say "Yes, sir," he knew this was his one true mate. However, for his entire life Matty has suffered serious self esteem issues and thought himself worthless and unwanted. Can Bram teach Matty he is worth their mating while he tries to keep Matty from a mad man as well as the Eliminators that have set out to steal his mate?
Looking for a grown and sexy version of those superheroes you knew and loved as a kid? Then Cree Storm’s MYSTIC series has what you are looking for. In The Stolen Mate, Matty is unsure what he can offer to the Director of MYSTIC. His father was a madman and now his crazy followers want Matty. Bram sees in Matty a submissive in need of a dominant and he is sure that he fits the bill. However in trying to give Matty time, he opens a chasm that may be too big to bridge. While the first story in this series focused more on the powers of the characters, this one is more emotional. Bram is use to controlling not only his life but those of the men who work with and for him. And in spite of the fact that a D’s relationship requires communication, Bram needs a refresher. He has forgotten the importance of listening. Can he convince Matty of his importance or has arbitrary decisions cost him the mate of his heart? Ms. Storm does a wonderful job of articulating the journey Bram and Matty must take in order to have a future together. It isn’t pretty and it isn’t easy but Ms. Storm made sure taking the journey was well worth it.
Five shooting Stars