Everlasting Bad Boys

Everlasting Bad Boys

Paperback - 2008
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CAN?T GET ENOUGH Shelly Laurenston Renowned for his fighting prowess, Ailean the Wicked has a new conquest in mind-the gorgeous dragoness Shalin the Innocent. While he?s saving her from her enemies, he plans to prove that even in human form a bad-boy dragon can show a girl a good time that?s truly off the scale... SPELLBOUND Cynthia Eden No witch in her right mind would summon an immortal soul-hunter to her aid, but Serena Tyme needs Luis D?Amil?s help to destroy the warlock who?s stalking her coven. And she?s willing to pay any price the tall, dark, sexy-as-hell assassin demands... TURN ME ON Noelle Mack Finally, Beth Danforth has found a man who can flip her switch. That?s because super-sexy Justin Watts, CEO of SpectraSign, is literally made of light. His dazzling, custom-built body never wears out. The sex is electrifying. And the best thing? The love will never fade...
Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Publishing Corp., c2008
ISBN: 9781496706140
1496706145
Branch Call Number: PB FIC LAU
Characteristics: 420 pages ; 17 cm
Contents: Can't get enough / Shelly Laurenston
Spellbound / Cynthia Eden
Turn me on / Noelle Mack

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dprodrig
Sep 10, 2012

I agree with Albertasaurus. Although, not as scornful towards the 3rd story, it is the weakest of the bunch.

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Albertasaurus
May 11, 2010

Well worth borrowing for the first two stories; the third is a waste of time:
"Can't Get Enough" by Shelly Laurenston is an excellent story - it's funny, it's engaging, it's everything one could ask for in a romantic story
"Spellbound" by Cynthia Eden is a good story -- it's well-written with a decent plot
"Turn Me On" by Noelle Mack is nothing more than soft porn - there is only enough plot to get from one sex scene to another

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mirandavert
Dec 10, 2009

good book

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Mahala
Nov 20, 2009

In the first story having read the stories of their grandchildren it was nice to read (as they were mentioned in other books) hoe they got together and it was a good enjoyable read. I give it 3 stars

the 2nd story I thought was aweome, wish they had expanded a little more on the ending with some future details but a very enjoyable read. I giveit 3 stars

the 3rd story was a nice light read but wasn't one of my favorites. 2 stars

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Mahala
May 02, 2010

Mahala thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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mirandavert
Dec 10, 2009

mirandavert thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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Mahala
Nov 20, 2009

'Can't Get Enough' by Shelly Laurenston follows the playboy dragon Ailean who's always getting in trouble, usually at the hands of a woman. When he has to take responsibility for Shalin the Innocent, a quiet dragoness, he discovers that there's more to Shalin than the other dragons think. As he teaches her how to live with humans, and that horses and puppies aren't dragon food but are pets, he begins to discover what's important and what's worth fighting over. This story was great to read as I have read the stories of their children so to reach about the much talked about Grandfather who liked to live like a human was an enjoyable read for me.

'Spellbound' by Cynthia Eden had a storyline which was slightly familiar but still enjoyable. the Serena is a witch and in order to protect her coven from a warlock who is attempting to bind them decides to summon a special kind of demon, a cazalone, who is extremely powerful and can hopefully defeat the warlock. Unfortunately the demon that she summons, Luis D'Amil, isn't too keen about being wrenched from another job - and he's less keen when he realises how attracted he is to Serena. The two have to work together to track down the Warlock - but Serena's opinions of assassins like the Soul-Hunter might begin to change. This was a good read with both hero and heroine being well written and with good pacing.

'Turn Me On' by Noelle Mack was the shortest of the three stories I found the pacing a bit odd. Beth Danforth goes for a job interview at SpectraSign and finds the new CEO, Justin Watts, a very attractive man. However when their working relationship moves to something more personal she finds out Justin's not quite what she originally thought. Can a being of light and a human woman be together without some of his energy rubbing off on her? This story moved in odd leaps occasionally where a couple of weeks had suddenly passed, and it wasn't very easy to get to grips with how Beth thought. Justin was written in a rather childlike manner and I felt some disbelief that he could be a successful CEO. I also felt the ending didn't entirely wrap things up as I wasn't too sure about the resolution of some of Beth's issues. Still, this story was a reasonable read and an original plotline

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