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Immortal Bad Boys [Paperback]

Rebecca York , Rosemary Laurey , Linda Thomas-Sundstrom

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Book Description

Sept. 1 2004
Night Ecstasy - bestselling author Rebecca York is set in New Orleans - the perfect venue for Londoner Jules DeMario. It's a city pulsing with every sort of forbidden pleasure - anything a three-hundred year-old vampire desires. Yet each encounter is a pale imitation of the grand passion he craves. And then he meets artist Taylor Lawson. Taylor has come to the French Quarter looking for an escort to show her the seamy side of New Orleans, something to open her to new ideas. But it's the aura of danger surrounding Jules that intrigues her. In Rosemary Laurey's Velvet Night, police officer Vickie Anderson has come deep into the mountains of Virginia looking for a little peace and solitude. What she gets instead is sexy Pete Falcon. For Pete, Vickie stirs a hunger that is beyond anything she can possibly understand - one he both desires and fears. Keeping Vickie safe from the threat hiding in the Virginia woods is going to be tough, but protecting her from his own deepening desires may be impossible. Linda Thomas-Sundstrom's Midnight Court introduces Christopher Dante, a creature of the night who is as cynical as he is handsome. He's used to Lord Rothchilde's infamous Midnight Courts-gatherings or debauchery, greed, and lust that are merely traps for guileless mortals. But he has no defences against the unearthly beauty of Rothchilde's future bride. Her enchanting innocence is a temptation he cannot seem to resist - and one that awakens the jealousy of his former lover, Elizabeth Rothchilde.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington; Reissue edition (Sept. 1 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758206216
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758206213
  • Product Dimensions: 20.9 x 14.2 x 2.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,357,200 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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 Huntley
Copyright © 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.

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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars three erotic, enticing and enthralling vampire romances Sept. 12 2004
By Harriet Klausner - Published on
"Night Ecstasy" by Rebecca York. Artist Taylor Lawson moved to New Orleans to escape a clinging ex-boyfriend and to find new inspiration. Taylor meets Jules De Mario and a magical connection forms. Taylor realizes that he is playing with her mind and when she notices the two bite marks on her neck she concludes her lover is a vampire. She doesn't know about the future but with Viagra they enjoy a normal sexual relationship. This is a very romantic vampire story.

"Velvet Night" by Rosemary Laurey. Washington D.C. police officer Vickie Anderson vacations at her Blue Ridge Mountains home where she meets fledgling vampire Pete Falcon. He is so attracted to Vickie that he wants her to be his first human feeding. Vickie isn't aware of his true nature but feels the same. When she finds him caught in a bear trap and sees his fangs, he confesses the truth. He is a DEA agent looking for a meth lab; Vickie assists him although she knows that when he closes the case he will leave on his next assignment. Rosemary Laurey writes a terrific vampire romance starring two characters deserving of their own series.

"Midnight Court" by Linda Thomas Sundstrom. Vampire Lord Dante drinks enough blood to survive. He accepts the invitation of Lady Elizabeth Rothchilde to visit her at her brother's castle. While there, he has sex with and drinks from Lady Elizabeth but his attention is caught by Alan Rothchilde's fiancée. Elizabeth tests Dante's feelings; if he fails he will never leave the castle for Elizabeth is humanity's avenging angel. MIDNIGHT COURT is a spellbinding tale.

These three vampire romances are erotic, enticing and enthralling.

Harriet Klausner
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun, erotic group of stories Dec 6 2004
By Jennifer Williamson - Published on
I really enjoyed all three stories in Immortal Bad Boys. Although one individual critiqued this book and gave it a lowly one star for one character's use of Viagra, it was actually a very fun twist. I passed the book along to my sister and she loved it so much she asked that I send her a copy for Christmas! I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys sensual vampire characters and stories. Very well written.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars 1. OK 2. Passable 3. Down right was awful! June 14 2005
By Jane Doe - Published on
The first story, "Night Ecstasy" by Rebecca York, was an Ok read. The viagra part was alot to swallow, no pun intended. The story would have been great if it had been a little longer with a little more time for the couple to fall in love. But all in all it was definitly the best story.

The second story, "Velvet Night" by Rosemary Laurey, was passable. Again it would have been alot better read if there was a more in depth plot, with the couple falling in love a little more slowly. It would have been even better if she would have been shot and him turned her. However, I do get that these are short stories, but the writer could have expanded it more.

The third story, "Midnight Court" by Linda Thomas Sundstrom, makes me wonder how this author was ever chosen for this type of book. It was down right awful! The story line is very tough to follow. Yes I did eventually get certain points, but there was no romance, no nothing. At least in the first stories there was romance. The story made no sense.

I would have given the book a four had it not been for the last story ruining the whole thing. Wait until you find this book at a used book store before you spend full price.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Love those bad boys Oct. 3 2004
By Judy - Published on
Immortal Bad Boys brings three steamy stories about those bad boys of the night.

Night Ecstasy by Rebecca York has Jules DeMario needing to find a partner and an equal. Taylor Lawson contacts Jules to show her the sites and sounds of New Orleans. Their attraction is hot but can they turn it into something more. Jules and Taylor are both tormented by their past. Their story is very moving as well as sexy.

In Rosemary Laurey story Velvet Nights Vickie Anderson is on vacation from her stressful job as a DC cop. She doesn't expect to meet a man like Pete Falcon in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Pete, a DEA agent is a newly turned Vampire. He is still trying to get a handle on that when Vickie enters his world. Pete and Vickie share a passion that scorches off the pages. Their story is steamy and funny..

Linda Thomas-Sundstrom tale Midnight Court has vampire Christopher Dante, who is enthralled by the future bride of his host. But his lover Elizabeth Rothchilde knows more then what she is saying about the goings on at midnight court. Elizabeth has her own plans for Dante. Elizabeth and Dante each have their own agendas but they are more alike then either will admit.

Looking forward to more bad boys stories... Pete was my favorite from these stories.
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Twists on Paranormal Relationships Sept. 7 2004
By Traci King - Published on
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I loved the first two stories by York and Laurey. In fact I liked Rebecca York's story so much that I read the last ten pages many times over again. It contained a new approach to who is the strong partner in a paranormal relationship and a very surprising contemporary twist to solving their problems. I did not like Midnight Court. It was different but in a confusing way. I could hardly keep up with the dialogue and found myself reading sentences and paragraphs over again because I didn't get their meaning. I'm still not sure what to make of the story or what relationship the hero and heroine had and will have in their future. I just felt like I was reading a type of prose that required too much thought and thus did not allow for enjoyment of the story. As you can see, others do not agree with my assessment and perhaps it is just a matter of taste.

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