"a totally fresh and creative idea"
Financially struggling to get through college and tired of
living off of peanut butter and crackers, Kelly Malloy
decides to take a job from Fin -- a mysterious and wealthy
man whom she has never even met. It seems like a dream
job -- getting paid a crazy amount of money and being
provided a furnished apartment -- and all she has to do is
play taxi to some of his of out-of-town pals. Easy enough,
right? Kelly thought so, right up until she laid eyes on
Ty Endeka. The tall, incredibly sexy man sets off all her
warning bells and some primitive instinct tells her that
something very primal, very dangerous and very BIG
is coming her way.
After 65 million years, Ty Endeka has been awakened.
There is an ancient Mayan prophecy that says the world will
end on 12-21-12. As part of The Eleven he is now
needed to help in the fight against the only group of
beings that may be even more potentially dangerous than
they are. Never having had to deal with anything remotely
considered a "relationship", Ty is at a loss as to why he
has these intense feelings for Kelly. His basic, primitive
urges, he understands just fine, but it's the
being "intimate" and protective urges that baffle him.
While many may know Ms. Bangs by her very sexy and humorous
time-traveling and vampire series, her new Gods of the
Night series is nothing like any of her past books. And
while it does have humorous bits and pieces in the book, I
feel it's written on a little bit of a darker note -- at
least in comparison to Bangs' prior novels. I found even
the sex much more subdued in this book. Not to say that
there isn't any, but it's just not what I was expecting
when compared with Ms. Bangs' past books. But what I
really loved about the whole book was how unique
both the main heroes and the storyline is. It is a totally
fresh and creative idea and it definitely left me with a
wow factor that I hadn't expected! I highly
recommend Eternal Pleasure to anyone out there who
loves paranormal romance and is looking for something
different in this ever-growing genre.
Reviewed by Mippy Carlson
Posted August 26, 2008
**A PNR Top Pick**
THE ELEVEN--an alliance of ultimate predators. Primal, lethal, irresistible.
THE PROPHECY--an ancient Mayan prediction that the world will end on 12-21-12.
THE PREY--where can you hide from pure evil?
Kelly Maloy opens her car door to much more than a great looking stranger at the Houston airport. Terror, desire, and a horrible truth climb in with him. She's only supposed to drive Ty Endeka around the city for a few weeks. Too bad no one tells her that once day fades she'll become part of a battle fought in the darkened streets with an enemy that isn't human. And the sensual man who feeds her fantasies hides a soul that gives new meaning to animal magnetism.
Eleven Gods of the Night...
The only creatures more deadly are the ones they've been summoned to destroy.