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Lust and other Drugs Mytho Investigations book 1 (AUDIOBOOK)

Lust and other Drugs Mytho Investigations book 1 (AUDIOBOOK)

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Narrated by Roberto Scarlato.

Listening length: 8 hours

Police officer Jordan and dragon shifter Edra might have to work together, but they don’t trust each other—even if sparks do fly between them.

If anyone finds out Jordan’s a mytho sympathizer, it could kill his career. No one can know that he frequents the satyr dens and uses the drug Bliss. Another satyr overdose might not get much attention, but two dead humans? That shouldn’t be possible.

And it might not be an accident.

Edra, Mythological Services Liaison, has been covering up mytho crimes to protect the community’s reputation. With a mayoral election looming, the last thing his people need is a scandal.

To get a murderer off the streets, Jordan and Edra will be spending a lot of time together, and it won’t be easy to keep up with their deceptions… or to keep resisting each other.

Excerpt from Lust and other Drugs.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Chloe (ChloeInBooksland)
Lust and Other Drugs

A year later and I finally have the chance to listen to the audiobook version of this book. It was still a very first book of a new series with great characters and worldbuilding!
The narrator, Roberto Scarlato, who's new to me did also a very good job!

**review of the ebook**
I enjoyed it a lot. The main characters were cute together. But thanks Gods I found the worldbuilding was interesting because the romance was a bit too slow for me. I mean by the end of the book they aren't officially together nor had sex. There were still some sexy times ; 2 not between the MC though which I'm in general not a fan of.

As I said, the worldbuilding was really interesting and complexe. Quoting another review: "refugees from the mythological world with nowhere to go and very few rights, humans trying to deal with the fact that they are not the only intelligent life on Earth, and a movement called “anti-integration” that thinks humans are superior and wants the mythos imprisoned or worse." It was maybe the best part of this first book.

The story didn't exactly ended on a cliffhanger but a lot of things are still unanswered and I cannot wait to read the next book.

Nori Hepler
Mytho Investigations 1

This is my first T.J. Nichols book and it won't be my last! Granted I haven't read every fantasy book out there but the world T.J. Nichols creates is wonderfully unique. After the Hadron collider was used to look into particle physics, to understand dark matter and dark energy, the scientists using the collider speculated that certain experiments might collapse our world into another plane of existence. In Nichol's world, a different world is collapsed into Earth reality, destroying that world and depositing the mythological beings in the Greek mythology most humans studied at some point in time. Those beings are the mytho, and true to human nature, are rejected as "human" enough to be treated fairly and without prejudice. Of course, Nichols weaves in the reality that we humans are prejudiced against our own species, and we treat anyone different with cruel and sometimes murderous intent. The mythos are refugees who didn't ask to be dropped into the human world and this story involves those who "landed" in San Francisco, CA. That's just a tiny synopsis of the world where a SFPD human detective is made to work with a dragon shifter, a liaison for the Mythological Services. Political manipulations before an election between a racist mayor and a liberal mayor are so like what we're experiencing today in our country that it's more than believably real when prejudice erupts in violence and acts of murder. Jordan, the human detective works with Edra, the dragon shifter to enforce the laws of the city which ought to treat all sentient beings with the same police response. Once murder is done they work to find evidence leading to the murderer(s) in such a way that the evidence will stand up in the courts. This is an excellent story and it's made interesting by the nature of the different mythological beings that are suddenly not just a human fiction but are in fact, real. Nichols weaves our existing mythological beliefs into the story with a deft hand, leaving room for further development in future books. In fact, I just bought the second book in the series, Greed and Other Dangers.