by Anthology

September 2008
ISBN: 978-0-7582-2850-5
Reviewer Graphic Button Brava
Trade Paperback

Canít Get Enough by Shelly Laurenston

Ailean the wicked is well known for his prowess in battle, and between the sheets. Even for a dragon, his reputation as an unrepentant slag who be embarrassing. When he saves Shalin the Innocent, a noble dragoness reputed to be as chaste as her name, from her enemies, Ailean has truly met his match. Then he sets out to show her that their human forms hold great pleasurable potential.

Canít Get Enough is laugh-out-loud hilarious and hard to put down. A great plot and supersonic pacing combined with rapid fire dialogue provided by insanely delightful characters is an addictive recipe for success. Be prepared to be hooked on all things Shelly forever!

Spellbound by Cynthia Eden

No witch has ever summoned a soul-hunter but Serena Tyme is out of options. She needs Luis DíAmilís help to save her coven from the warlock who is out to steal their powers and their lives. The price for Luisí help may be high but nothing she canít handle especially when the super sexy assassin sparks such heat in her.

Rich characterization, clear detail, and sexy convincing romance pull you in to this story and wonít let go. This paranormal romantic suspense story was easy to fall into and very hard to leave. Cynthia Eden is a star on the rise. Keep an eye on her.

Turn Me On by Noelle Mack

Beth Danforth needs two things very badly: a new lover and a new job, not necessarily in that order. When her job interview at SpectraSign nets her a great job and a hot relationship with the CEO Justin Watts, Beth thinks she is the luckiest woman alive. They canít get enough of each other and strike sparks off one another constantly, but that might have something to do with the fact the Justin is made of light.

Turn Me On really will does as advertised. Sensual, romantic otherworldly tale will delight and entertain.

Everlasting Bad Boys is one anthology you can read all the way through. All three stories complement each other quite nicely and make for a well spent afternoon or two. Enjoy!

Reviewed in February 2009 by Cynthia.

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