Book Review: Shelly Laurenston’s Everlasting Bad Boys

Posted April 20, 2012 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Book Review: Shelly Laurenston’s Everlasting Bad BoysEverlasting Bad BoysS by Cynthia Eden, Noelle Mack, Shelly Laurenston
is a Paranormal Romance
in the , series.
This edition was published by Brava on September 1, 2008 in paperback and has 328 pages.

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four-stars

Three stories in this anthology about immortal bad boys.

Series

“Can’t Get Enough” (Dragon Kin, 0.5)
“Spellbound” (Midnight, 1.5)

The Stories

Shelly Laurenston‘s “Can’t Get Enough” finds Ailean, a dragon shifter escaping yet another girl’s bed when he runs into Shalin the Innocent, a dragon shifter living as a human after being targeted by Princess Adienna for being more important to Ailean than she. Now the princess has sold Shalin to the enemy.

This is too funny with its unique twist on pets and dinner. A Laurenston-classic as Shalin is immersed in the exceedingly boisterous and violent play of the Cadwaladr Clan while Ailean seduces her with understanding.

Cynthia Eden‘s “Spellbound” is an interesting story with her desperate witch and the demon cazador del alma she summons to protect her. Serena Tyme and her coven are being hunted, bound before the sorcerer hunting them takes their lives. And Serena is desperate enough to seek out forbidden help.

Probably the hottest of the three stories as Luis D’Amil falls in love with this soft and curvy witch.

Noelle Mack‘s “Turn Me On” is the most creative with Beth Danforth finding a job as a graphic artist working for the most amazing “man”. He’s new to humanity…being made of light…lord, I sound like Rimmer from Red Dwarf! Beth fell in love with Justin Watts the moment she interviewed with him. Exciting, creative with one serious drawback…

The Cover and Title

It’s like being in a bar with its blackness and the purple fluorescent lighting providing the mood that surrounds the naked torso of the same model who keeps appearing on Laurenston’s books. He’s cute, but aren’t there any other guys available?

The title is too accurate for each of the heroes are Everlasting Bad Boys.

four-stars

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