Mireille Chester

Biography

Mireille Chester is a fantasy author who loves to spend time in made up worlds filled with magic. She is a firm believer that no hero is perfect and that all villains are burdened with a tiny shred of humanity. While she writes her Adult and YA novels under the name Mireille Chester, she is now writing a middle grade series under the name M.G. Chester.

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Books

A Witteck's Dream (The Witteck Chronicles: Book One)
By Mireille Chester
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 76,730. Language: English. Published: July 6, 2013. Category: Fiction
It's been five years since the Chosen One's war and Hayden's pack has been able to enjoy life once again. Of course, things can never stay calm and they soon find themselves caught up in another epic fight. Friendships will be tested, lives will be lost, and love will be found... but will it be enough to save them this time?
Tyler's Story (Tales of Quelondain)
By Mireille Chester
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 60,700. Language: English. Published: August 27, 2012. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
It’s been five years since his twin brother Trent was killed and Tyler has been on his own ever since. When he stumbles across Heidi, a human from the other world who’s just crossed over, he vows to get her home against his better judgment. What he doesn’t realize is that to keep his promise, he’ll have to risk his life and the one thing he’s managed to keep to himself since the war… his heart.
Chael's Luck (A Knights of Dorathan Novel)
By Mireille Chester
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 61,420. Language: English. Published: January 22, 2012. Category: Fiction
0.25 star(4.33 from 3 reviews)
Chael has spent the past eighteen years of his life proving to those around him that he’s worthy of his family name; that he’s meant to be a Shadow Knight. Just when things are finally going his way, Chael’s luck strikes again. Now, Chael is in a race against time to find the one who has taken everything from him and who plans on destroying the one thing he’s worked so hard for, the knighthood.
Destiny (The Chosen One Trilogy:Book Three)
By Mireille Chester
Series: The Chosen One Trilogy, Book 3. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 112,570. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2011. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
As the final battle draws near, Hayden must deal with personal loss, unexpected good news, and the usual attempts on her life. Was the prophecy right and can she do everything that is expected of her? Can she go through with her plan when just one mistake could wipe out everyone she loves?
Journey 'The Chosen One Trilogy: Book Two'
By Mireille Chester
Series: The Chosen One Trilogy, Book 2. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 102,560. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2011. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
Hayden has made up her mind. If she doesn’t pick sides then innocent beings won’t die because of her. Of course, things can never be that simple and when she is taken prisoner by the humans, a whole new problem arises. Could it be possible that the prophecy was wrong?
Crossover 'The Chosen One Trilogy: Book One'
By Mireille Chester
Series: The Chosen One Trilogy, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 88,490. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2011. Category: Fiction
0.5 star(4.50 from 8 reviews)
When Hayden Carlson crosses over to a world she had never dreamed existed, she finds herself surrounded by beings she couldn’t have made up had she tried. Prophecy has it Hayden could save or destroy them all and all of it rides on whose side she decides to fight for.

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  • Amaretto Flame on June 12, 2011
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    There's really only one word for 'Amaretto Flame' and that's FANTASTIC. Sammie's characters draw you in and keep you interested. Her idea of magick and all of the different powers that come from it are unique and intriguing. I can't wait for her next novel to become available. The possibilites for stories within the Eagleton Coven are endless. Great job, Sammie!
  • Violet Midnight on June 23, 2011
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    ‘Violet Midnight’ was great. This book had everything I love in a book; battle scenes, romance, magic. The characters were believable, they weren’t perfect, which I like, and Allie’s description of their enviroment painted a great picture to put you there in the moment. So, would I reccomend this book? Definitely. Am I going to read ‘Emerald Destiny’, the second in the series? *snickers* I was up until one this morning finishing it. I suppose there’s really only one thing left for me to say… So, Allie, when’s the third one coming out?
  • Meant to Be (The Saving Angels book 1) on July 23, 2011
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    'Meant to Be' is a one of those stories that eases you in then sucks you up and leaves you wanting more. I found the characters great. I mean, really, who hasn't felt like an outcast at one point in their lives. It's easy to imagine what Krista is going through even if you don't have overwhelmingly strong emotions that cause you to puke in public. The fact that she's had the same dream every night for as long as she can remember makes you wonder what it's all about. Enter some new characters and the stage is set for letting us know what in the world is happening to this poor girl. This story had some great twists and kept me entertained which is what I'm looking for when I'm reading a book. I can't wait to see what Tiffany King comes up with for the sequel to this story. This book gets a great five stars from me.
  • Emerald Destiny on July 25, 2011
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    This book was… fantastic. When Allie announced that it had been done, that the second book in her series was available for purchase, I immediately went and got my copy. I hadn’t read ‘Violet Midnight’ yet; it was sitting on my Kobo, patiently awaiting one of my lazy days to be read. I’ll even admit that I didn’t even read the synopsis or description, I just clicked purchase and put it on my Kobo beside its sibling. So when I finished reading ‘Violet Midnight’ yesterday afternoon, I smiled to myself and thought, ‘perfect, I can start on the next one’. Now, I don’t want to spoil it for people who haven’t read the first one, so to put it vaguely, when the pages on my screen stopped turning, all I could think about was that because of their bloodlines, those kids were going to have unbelievable powers. I loaded ‘Emeral Destiny’, started reading, and grinned. I love that Allie decided to focus on Abby, Daniel and Evan in this book. Not only was the storyline great, it really felt as though she’d settled into her style of writing. The twists were brilliant, the descriptions amazing, and the characters real. I absolutely love the world she’s created and can’t wait to get the third book when it comes out. If you love romance, adventure, and magic, Allie Burke is the author for you.
  • Blood & Spirits (The Coming Storm, Book 1) on July 26, 2011
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    A breath of fresh air... That's what I thought when I finished the last sentence of this book. Blood & Spirits had all the great elements of strange; vampires, ghosts, spirits, zombies, but all of them weren't completely typical, which I loved. Add in some magic, and I'm hooked for life. The story line was great; I wanted to keep reading to see what the next twist was going to be. It was funny, scary, and emotional. The characters were fantastic. V is great. She's loyal, she's caring, and she's a vengeful bitch. I've seen a few comments about the sex scene, so I'll throw my two cents in... Disturbing. That's the only word I can think of. Though not 'disturbing' as in, "what the hell was he thinking when he wrote this"; 'disturbing' as in I could feel how completely repulsed V was and from that moment on, I got what she was feeling toward him. I thought the scene fit and it was a geat way to show those emotions. I can't wait to see what's in store for V and company in the next book of 'The Coming Storm' series. I am definitely giving this book 5 stars.
  • Exiled (The Protector Book 1) on Aug. 15, 2011
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    Fast paced, exciting, and imaginative. These are just three of the words that popped into my head as I read this novel. The world that M.R. Merrick paints for his readers is dark and frightening with small rays of light to keep you hopeful for a happy ending. I love books that end leaving you wanting more. The fact that this story is the first in a series is fantastic. I can't wait to see what happens next to Chase and company. I give this novel a big five stars.
  • The Vampire Hunter's Daughter: Part I on Oct. 25, 2011
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    This was a very fun story. Because of the length, it was hard to get to know the characters completely, but as a whole, the writing was easy to follow, the story was packed with action, and when it ended, I wanted to read more. This is going to be a great series of short stories.
  • The Vampire Hunter's Daughter: Part II on Oct. 25, 2011
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    The second part of this series was great :) Again, I wish we'd been able to get a bit more character development, but that aspect of it was betting in this installment. I loved that when Chloe sees the vampire in the parking lot, she sits in the truck and screams. I was waiting for that burst of superpower or courage that a lot of writers would have thrown in. This was much more beleivable. I can't wait for the third story to see what happens next.
  • How To Keep Sparkly Emo Vampires Off Your Lawn on Oct. 25, 2011
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    This story was so funny. If you liked Twilight, you'll either love this because you have a sense of humor, or you'll hate it because it makes fun of the characters and you're one of those people that gets very attached to fictional beings. :D My favorite part? When Donna falls up AND down the stairs!
  • The Hate on Oct. 25, 2011
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    The Hate: Fantastic! I was on the edge of my seat the entire story. My most satisfying moment: I thought what the cops found after the fact was most fitting. Manhunt: Very entertaining and well written. I'll definitely be reading more by this author.
  • No Identity on Nov. 03, 2011
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    'No Identity' is a somewhat disturbing short story about how one event can completely change a person's life. When Stacey is attacked one night while taking a walk, she fights back and finds a darker side of herself. I liked this story exactly for this reason. It was nice read something where the main character started out good and went bad. It would be very interesting to see what Miss Belle would come up with should she decide to expand this from a short story to a novel.
  • For Nothing on March 14, 2012
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    An undercover cop, a killer you can feel for, a mob story set in our time, and an author who is able to tell a story that captures you from the moment you start to read. For Nothing is a tale that grabs your attention and holds it until the last page. Nicholas Denmon does a fantastic job of telling both sides of the story. I found myself wishing that Alex, the undercover cop, would get to the bottom of what was happening so that he could find the peace he sought. At the same time, I was rooting for Rafael, the mob assassin, hoping he'd manage to stay alive through this mob war. The twists and turns in this novel were many and surprising. More than once I set my Kindle down and thought, oh my god! Just when I thought I might have the ending figured out, boom! Nicholas dropped a new twist on me. Another of the things I really liked about this story was the descriptions. I have never before read about a person being shot, the detail and feeling of it written so precisely, that I touched my chest, sure I knew what that character was going through. And the ending! Really, Mister Denmon, it is not nice to end a story that way!! Thankfully, Buffalo Soldiers, the second book in this series is coming out March 20. So, what did I rate this book? 5 stars with no hmmming or hawwwing needed. I can't wait for the second one to come out so I can see if my guess is right about the ending! Memorable Moment: Rafael continued his walk to the office. A block later he reached inside his long overcoat and pulled out a wad of twenty-dollar bills. Without breaking step, he snatched one out of his money clip, reinserted the wad, and folded the twenty into a smooth crease. As he rounded the corner of the block, there was an old beggar. Predictable. The man sent his cup up to Rafael. Rontego dropped the twenty into his cup and started to walk away. I don't shit where I sleep, he thought. As an afterthought, Rafael turned around and grabbed the man by the collar of his welfare duds. With a quick yank, Rafael stood nose to nose with the homeless man. "Take that money and eat something for fuck's sake! I swear to whoever you call God that you will meet him if I catch you buying a drink with that twenty."