Three stories. Kiss of the Wolf by Susan Krinard is an interesting werewolf story that held my attention. Shadow Kissing by Tanith Lee is an interesting dark mystery type romance with a mysterious lover who haunts the heroine's dreams. There are several twists and turns to the well written tale. My favorite is The Devil She Knew where contemporary Marcy Bridges discovers a portal to hell in her closet. It not only is interesting and well written, but also laugh-out-loud funny in many spots without forcing the human. I definitely want to read more books by this story's writer, Evelyn Vaughn.
I enjoyed this book very much. Great authors. The only problem I have with multi-authors is the stories are always too short.
Dana, a successful plastic surgeon from the West Coast travels to Big Marsh in Louisiana to escape her hectic life. There she meets Remy, a man clothed in mystery, avoided and feared by the locals, who lives on a boat out in the backwaters. Dana becomes embroiled in the search for the answers to the disappearance of her cousin. Can she trust Remy or is he a danger to her? The more time she spends with Remy, the more she becomes attracted to him. The atmosphere and the tension between Remy and Dana is electric. This is a good little story full of excitement and danger with romance thrown in aswell.The second story is by Tanith Lee. Vivien agrees to look after her friends flat in London whilst the friend goes away on holiday. In the garden, Vivien sees the most beautiful man she have ever set her eyes on but he is a stone statue. The following day Vivien meets of the owner of the statue, Connor, a spitting image of the statue. The statue of the beautiful man is an ancestor of Connor. Strange things start happening in the flat, empty champagne flutes appear, roses with no petals are found in the kitchen. Are there paranormal happenings taking place in the flat and what is the connection with the statue or is there a more simple explanation? More of a mystery rather than romance but the story has charm.The third story is by Evelyn Vaughn. Marcy opens the door to her a wardrobe and is greeted by flames, a portal to hell. She calls on the help of her gorgeous landlord, Tomas. Together they try to solve the problem of the wardrobe, calling the help of a priest who they lose in the portal and finally tracking down the culprit. This is an enjoyable saucy romp of a story, very fun and tongue in cheek but again but don't expect too much romance
Three romantic dark tales. Features a werewolf, an apprentice witch and an enchanted statue.
I loved this book.. the lil plot twistts and all..
Love these 3 paranormal stories by authors Susan Krinard, Tanith Lee, & Evelyn Vaughn!
Wow what a combination of award winning authors!
Great book i especially liked Krinard and Vaughn!
THE STORIES ARE WELL WRITTEN AND I HAVE READ THIS BOOK SEVERAL TIMES. IT WAS HARD TO PUT DOWN ONCE I STARTED READING
Three New Stories!
Kiss of the Wolf: Surgeon Dana Saint-Cyr trusted her instincts, even when they urged her toward an irresistible Louisiana man with a wicked reputation. But would she discredit the whispers of his supernatural powers and murderous intent before falling prey to his passion?
Shadow Kissing: Artist Vivien Gray's new mysterious lover promised soul-stealing ecstasy that haunted her dreams and set her spine tingling. Now their happiness was at stake-from the ominous evil their very love had unleashed.
The Devil She Knew: When Marcy Bridges discovered a portal to hell in her closet,she needed help from the last person she wanted to call-her gorgeous landlord. Could she trust her life-and her heart-to the care of a dark,dangerous stranger?
Have to confess, I ordered the book before I requested it from PBS and received them both today, so I have not read it. However, it contains three stories by Susan Krinard (Kiss of the Wolf), Tanith Lee (Shadow Kissing) and Evelyn Vaughn (The Devil She Knew). All three authors deliver, all stories are supernatural romance genre and Kiss of the Wolf is part of Krinards series about the Arceneaux family. Because of the authors and having read most of the Arceneaux series, I marked this book as Liked It. I don't expect to be disappointed.