Urban fantasy/paranormal anthology. 3 novellas by 3 wonderful authors. Charlaine Harris sets hers in Sookie's world, though Sookie does not make an appearance. Barbara Hambly and Maggie Shayne turn out stories of heroine-mixed-up-in-otherworld-stuff and romance with they guy they hook up with to deal with it. And ripping good tales they are, too.
The Maggie Shayne short was good. I was intrigued from the begining and the tension between the characters made the love story fun. Loved the sexual tension in this one. I read 4 pages of the Babara Hambly short and lost intrest, -over written. I passed over this and went right to the Charlaine Harris like another reviwer here. The Layla short was good and a definate page turner set in the world of Sookie. Very quick reads.
Fun mind candy. Totally predictable plots and bodice ripping romance. I liked Charlaine Harris' story best.
This was quite good. Usually these short stories are a bit of a tease, but the 3 stories were complete and well-written.
I truly enjoyed this book.
Great book, the short stories are stand alone and not part of any series so that makes it even better.
You know anything with Shayne or Harris has got to be good. Had to stay up to finish it.
Nice selection of short stories. Particularly liked the short story by Charlaine Harris. Highly recommended!
A quick read. In all three stories the characters needed to be fleshed out a bit more.
Very good! Great selection of writers.
Two ghost stories and one story with vampires. A quick, fun read.
Not bad. My favorite was the Maggie Shayne story. Enjoyed the Charlaine Harris story too.
Three new stories in one volume of horror and romance.
Her Best Enemy:Kiley Brigham refuses to believe there's a ghost in her house, but when an unseen hand leaves a bloody message on her bathroom mirror, she's forced to turn to local psychic Jack McCain. As the two work to uncover a long-buried secret, Kiley finds that she's haunted not by spirits, but by thoughts of Jack...
Someone Else' Shadow: Maddie Laveau worries about her youbng roommate, Tessa, when she stays late to practice ballet in the old Glendower Building...and when Tessa goes missing, Maddie enlists mysterious tenant Phil Anderson to help. But is Phil the white knight she needs, or the predator she fears?
Dancers in the Dark: Layla Rue Le May is no ordinary dancer-her partner, Sean McClendon, is a three-hundred-year-old redheaded vampire. So when Layla Rue acquires a stalker, she's forced to face the music...and wonder if this will finally be her last dance.
Frankly, I love everything Charlaine Harris and Maggie Shayne have written. The Barbara Hambly was a nice addition, but I love this book for the Charlaine Harris vampire story!
Three stories in one book. An easy read, I enjoyed it.
This is an exceptional book if you enjoy paranormal romance. Charlaine Harris's and Barbara Hambly's installments are especially strong. The only reason I am giving away this copy is I found an autographed version. I'm happy to share this one with someone else who will enjoy it.
I love Charlaine Harris although I didn't overly enjoy her story. I realized though that the characters made a brief appearance in one of her books. The name escapes me but it's the one set in Rhodes at the vampire conference.
I passed over Barbara Hambly's contribution, but I really enjoyed Maggie Shayne's. I'm not normally a fan of her stuff but this one I liked. I may check her out again!
this one was pretty good all the way through
Great read three stories in one book.
I really enjoyed these stories. It was a light and quick read for me.
Three new stories in one delicious volume of horror and romance
Features three paranormal romance stories.