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"Darkness Eternal" by Alexandra Ivy
After being held captive by one vampire for four centuries, Kata had no intention of taking another one to the underworld with her. Yet even in the pits of hell, there's no ignoring the intoxicating desire awakened by his touch. . .
"Kane" by Jacquelyn Frank
Kane knows Corrine was meant to be his. . . just as he knows that truly possessing the lovely human is forbidden. But on the night of the Samhain moon, the beast in every demon is stronger than reason, and Kane's hunger is more powerful than any punishment. . .
"Dragon on Top" by G.A. Aiken
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Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2011-07-11
- Reviewer: Staff
Four well-known authors team up in this uneven paranormal anthology. Ione's "Vampire Fight Club," set in her popular Demonica world, sets a romance in the shadowy underworld of organized supernatural fight clubs. This strong offering shows off tight writing, well-developed characters and world, and creative spins on the genre. Ivy's Guardians of Eternity tie-in "Darkness Eternal" unceremoniously dumps backstory and a contrived plot in the reader's lap; Frank's "Kane," featuring the youngest sibling of the Nightwalkers demon clan, quickly gets trite, though Kane and his human lust object do share sizzling sex scenes. The funniest and most original of the four is Aiken's "Dragon on Top," a sidesplitting spoof of Renaissance Faire medievalism that gets rowdy and raunchy ("When you fart, I bet rainbows shoot out your ass"), but never misses a beat. (Sept.)