Dark Hunger by Christine Feehan. Juliette rescues wild
animals from a complex when she discovers a caged human.
She rescues Riordan from captivity only to learn he is a
Carpathian. He realizes that she is his lifemate, but they
first must survive a blood eating malevolent monster.
Though Riordan is from the Carpathian hunk factory,
Juliette provides the freshness of WILD RAIN with her
jaguar shapeshifting skills.
Awaiting Moonrise by Maggie Shayne. In the Bayou, zoologist
Jenny searches for an undiscovered species expecting to
learn the reason that many locals believe in werewolves.
When an animal scratches her, Jenny visits Dr. LeRoque for
treatment. They immediately fondle one another. However, he
has a secret that if she learns her or her colleagues will
certainly reveal and destroy his people. The lycanthropy is
exciting and seems genuine, but the couple's sexual
activity seems unreal.
The Night Owl by Emma Holly. In Vermont pastry chef Mariann
likes her rustic life though she is concerned about the new
owners of the Night Owl Bed and Breakfast that includes her
bakery. New B&B owner French vampire Bastien realizes that
Mariann is his lifemate, but fears rejection. This is a
terrific vampire romance because of the uniqueness of the
Seduction's Gift by Angela Knight. South Carolina Police
Officer Grace Morgan refuses to become a Maja though she
has the innate genetic make up to do so. The Majae feel she
would make an excellent addition to their "knights of the
round table" guardians of humanity. They send hunk Lancelot
to convert her by inducing sexual orgasms. Vampires,
erotica and Camelot, oh my!
These four paranormal erotic novellas live up to the title.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted August 31, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 7, 2007