Immortal Bad Boys
opens with Rebecca York's "Night Ecstasy," in which an artist escaping a decaying relationship flees to New Orleans and meets a man who inspires her in every way. But Taylor is surprised to learn of her new lover Jules' odd bedroom habits. Like Taylor, Vickie Anderson, a police officer in Rosemary Laury's "Velvet Night," is looking for a little R & R. When Pete Falcon walks into her life, she wants him, even though being a vampire is only one of his many secrets. Christopher Dante, the vampire hero of Linda Thomas-Sundstrom's "Midnight Court," finds himself consumed by passion for the new consort of Lord Rothchilde. He schemes with and confides in Rothchilde's sister Elizabeth, who might be able to get him close to his obsession. There is, however, something she wants in return. A delectable trio of stories. Kristine HuntleyCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
About the Author
Ruth Glick has written more than seventy novels, most of them under the pseudonym Rebecca York. She and her husband live in Columbia, Maryland.