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Eternal Lover is an Anthology by the authors Hannah Howell, Lynsay Sands, Jackie Kessler, and Richelle Mead.

Cover of the Anthology Novel Eternal Lover.

Book Details

  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 352
  • Publisher: Kensington Books
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758225113
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758225115
  • Release Date: April 1, 2008

Other novels by Jackie Kessler listed on SuccuWiki

Other novels by Richelle Mead on SuccuWiki

Book Synopsis

Book Description Theirs is a world of ancient desires and forbidden pleasures. They are men of mystery and women of seduction, wild creatures with the power to entrance and enchant, tease and tantalize. Enter their secret world, if you dare...

  • The Yearning by Hannah Howell

Alpin has lived for centuries with a lust that can never be quenched with mere physical pleasure. And then he meets Sophie whose own search for lasting love binds them together in a cloak of shimmering sensuality...

Jesse's immortal life as a soul-stealing succubus is over. And now that she is human, she longs to tempt her lover with all her persuasive powers of total sexual seduction...

Seth cannot resist the intense sexual allure of his demon lover Georgina. Yet their love reaches beyond the physical, into a place of complete untamed surrender...

  • Bitten by Lynsay Sands

Keeran's existence as a vampire has taught him to accept a life without love...until he saves Emily from certain death. And suddenly he discovers the soul-searing passion he thought he'd lost forever...

Book Review

The following is a book review from the Amazon Book Listing in the External Links below.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars
  • Two new good ones, and two historical re-releases
  • March 25, 2008
  • By M. Benno

I loved this book, but I do have to say that I don't understand why the publishers put two historical re-releases with two new urban contemporary stories.

Jackie Kessler's "A Hell of a Time" starring Jezebel the ex-demon was great fun. Although Jess is not a demon anymore, she still sees demons and other paranormals, and they won't leave her alone. She and Paul want to get away from it all, but they're not as alone as they think. Steamy and funny and fun! You might learn something about Frank Lloyd Wright while you're reading, too!! Can't wait for "Hotter than Hell," Jackie!

Richelle Mead's "City of Demons" is great too. Georgina serves on a demon jury to help out Jerome, and gets more involved in the dispute than she bargained for. Her boyfriend Seth comes along for the ride, and their romance gets tested in ways Georgina hadn't bargained for. I really enjoyed the complexity of the issues of the story, and I can't wait for "Succubus Dreams," Richelle!

Hannah Howell's "The Yearning" takes place in 1435 A.D. Once again I have to ask why the publishers put two sexy, fun, contemporary paranormal romances with two historicals. I wasn't sure I would like the two historicals, but I do have to say that I did. The Yearning takes place in Scotland, and I have to warn you that some of the dialogue is written in Scottish brogue, which kind of annoys me personally, but if you can get past that, it's a sweet story.

I also enjoyed Lynsay Sands' "Bitten," about a woman saved from a ship wreck by a vampire, was also good.

Worth it to get fresh stories on Jezebel and Georgina, while waiting for their next releases! A fun and unusual read.

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