"four terrific romantic fantasies"
"Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil" by Kim Harrison.
Inderland Security Homicide Division cop and living vampire
Ivy seeks a killer who knows her every move even as she
evades the moves of her boss Art an undead vampire. The
trail twists and turns leaving Ivy wondering who is the
rogue serial killer.
"The Claire Switch Project" by Lynsay Sands. No longer
having patience with the slow progress of the experiments
on molecular destabilizing animals, John turns the beam on
Claire. Kyle returns to the lab to get Claire away from the
beam. Neither know the longer term effect, but Kyle
realizes how frightened and in love he is while Claire has
loved him since high school.
"Chaotic" by Kelley Armstrong. On Otherworld, half-breed
demon Hope works for True News tabloid covering stories of
the weird. At a party, she observes shapeshifter Karl
stealing from a safe and catches him just as expected by an
agent of the Interracial Council. Keeping him handcuffed
without using her female wiles proves difficult and
dangerous; not that she is complaining.
"Dead Man Dating" by Lori Handeland. After months without a
date Kit is with Eric, but is unaware that he died a few
hours ago. She soon learns that her date is a demon, albeit
a headless one, when hunter Chavez blows Eric's head off.
Suddenly every soulless and a few "souled" folks are
interested in Kit, perhaps the last virgin in Manhattan;
only Chavez keeps her safe, but he wants her virginity too.
These are four terrific romantic fantasies with delightful
lead couples. The tales by Ms. Harrison and Ms. Armstrong
occur in the locales of their continuing series adding to
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted April 25, 2006
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 21, 2006