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Hot Nights, Dark Desires: The Art of Desire / Shadow Play / Night Vision
Hot Nights Dark Desires The Art of Desire / Shadow Play / Night Vision
Author: Sydney Croft, Stephanie Tyler, Eden Bradley
Pleasure comes in threes... — Inspired by the sultry heat and sensual ambiance of New Orleans, this steamy collection delves into the erotic underground of the Big Easy.  Here is a tantalizing trio of stories by three rising stars that will tease your imagination -- and seduce your senses. — Lush, haunting, and provocative, New Orleans has so...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780553385175
ISBN-10: 0553385178
Publication Date: 5/20/2008
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 7
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reviewed Hot Nights, Dark Desires: The Art of Desire / Shadow Play / Night Vision on + 24 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I thought this was a great book.
But, these short stories belong to different series.
If you have not read the beginning of each series, then your missing a lot.
njoybeing avatar reviewed Hot Nights, Dark Desires: The Art of Desire / Shadow Play / Night Vision on + 24 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Brief Summary: erotica anthology with three stories all taking place in Louisiana. All are m/f erotica.

What I thought: Ironically, I bought this book for the Sydney Croft story (I like the ACRO books) and that is the only story I disliked. Maybe the heavy paranormal (which I usually like) just didn't fit in with the other 2 "real life" stories, or maybe it was just not very good, but either way it did nothing for me. I disliked both the h/h enough half way through to just skim the rest. Brenna struck me as pathetic and desperate and Hex didn't impress me at all. I am glad I tried out the other two stories, though, cuz those were definitely worth a read!

The Eden Bradley story dealt with a lot of religious guilt issues and a tattoo fetish. The characters (Tristan and Sophie) were well-developed for a short story and the sex was HOT. I will definitely be reading more by Eden Bradley.

The Stephanie Tyler story (Bat and Catie) was about an artist who inherited a bar that needed "cleaning up". Enter Bat. I liked both the hero and the heroine enough to care about their story. Very steamy. Made me want to take up art ;-)

This book is absolutely worth a credit. I don't resent paying full price for it despite my disappointment in Sydney Croft. Also, I had no problem picking up on any of the stories despite not having read any of the authors (except Sydney Croft).
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