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ISBN:
0425206157
Author:
Emma Holly
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Berkley (November 1, 2005)
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400 pages
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Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). The Countess’s Pleasure. One. Everyone said what happened in Bhamjran stayed in Bhamjran.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Despite this universal assurance, Georgiana DuBarry, the dutiful widowed Countess of Ware, wasn’t sure she was ready to put the claim to the test. One did not throw off the restrictions of a well-bred lifetime as soon as that. One did not even throw off one’s corset.

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Emma Holly (born 1961, New Jersey) is American author who specializes in writing erotic romance novels, often with a focus on BDSM. She has written over twenty books and was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America 2004 RITA award for Best Paranormal Romance. Emma Holly was born in New Jersey and raised in Baltimore, where she lived with her older sister Laurie.

Emma Holly lives in Minnesota where the winters are long and people will use any excuse to warm up. According to Emma, humanity's best inventions are hot showers, the printing press, coffee, chocolate, and bicycle shorts for men. She can be reached at emmahtech. Box 2591, Minneapolis, MN 55402-0591. Lora Leigh is known for her deliciously intense and satisfying erotic romance.

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Venture into a world beyond the ordinary, where the dark passions and voracious appetites of vampires, werewolves, demons, and a few undaunted mortals combine to unleash a potent spel. ere are lovers to tempt the imagination: Eyes that glitter with keenness born of ancient knowledge. Hands that move with a tenderness belying superhuman strength. Lora Leigh is known for her deliciously intense and satisfying erotic romance

Venture into a world beyond the ordinary, where the dark passions and voracious appetites of vampires, werewolves, demons, and a few undaunted mortals combine to unleash a potent spell...

Here are lovers to tempt the imagination: Eyes that glitter with keenness born of ancient knowledge. Hands that move with a tenderness belying superhuman strength. Inviting smiles that reveal exquisitely lethal fangs. Rippling, leonine muscles. There's danger in the air...and heat.

In Emma Holly's The Countess's Dancing Boy, a lower-class demon and a lonely widowed countess share a week of unbridled passion that evolves into more than they anticipated.

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Demons, Aliens, Werewolves, Vampires, and genetically engineered beings. Berkley's Hot Spell anthology is sure to have something to satisfy every lover of Paranormal Romance!

~The Countess's Pleasure by Emma Holly~

All the Countess of Ware was seeking was one night of discreet, yet earth-shattering passion. Securing the services of an exotic Yamish dancer seemed just the thing. All Georgina thought she wanted was pleasure, but what she found with Iyan was so much more...

I've previously enjoyed Emma Holly's contemporary romance and her fantasy romance, but in The Countess's Pleasure, Holly delivers an intriguing blend of historical romance and science fiction that I found more than pleasing.

Iyan's alien race is known for their control, their unwillingness to give in to emotion. Even still, it isn't difficult to see how Georgina stirs him, as his precious control wavers time and again with the lovely widow.

Georgina is the perfect match for Iyan, despite being human. Practical and shrewd outside of the bedroom, the passion she exhibits behind closed doors with Iyan charms him as effectively as those other qualities so valued by his people.

As can be expected with any Emma Holly story, the love scenes are decadent and plentiful, certain to liven even the most dormant libidos!

~The Breeds Series: The Breed Next Door by Lora Leigh~

Tarek's current mission places him right next door to none other but his own mate, although he doesn't realize that is who Lyra is to him at first. No, that critical piece of information isn't revealed to him until living next door to her for months threatens to push him past his breaking point. When Jonas Wyatt explains the Breed Mating Heat to him, Tarek is more than eager to claim for his own the sassy little bread-baker who has unwittingly tormented him for so long.

But Tarek's mission threatens his new Mate's safety, and Tarek will protect her at any cost.

The Breed Next Door is the first of Lora Leigh's Breeds series to really drive home in no small way the fundamental differences in the way the Breeds grew up versus humans. As entranced as he is by the scent of his little Mate, Tarek is equally captivated by the scents of the homemade bread she bakes - something he has never experienced before, and something most of us take for granted.

Indeed, watching Tarek enjoy new experiences such as clumsily mowing his own lawn, enjoying the taste of freshly baked bread, and trimming his yard is simultaneously heart-rending and joyous. While your heart breaks for what he has missed in his life, you cannot help but find his zeal for these things infectious.

Which is the very reason Lyra finds it impossible to stay mad at him, no matter how bonkers he drives her. Well, that and this crazy attraction she feels for him. Still, Lyra gives him hell every chance she gets, in a way she has no idea turns the incorrigible Tarek on.

What Lora Leigh story would be complete without a healthy infusion of love scenes guaranteed to make your own knees quiver in excitement and induce some very sweet dreams for the reader... And Ms. Leigh delivers all of that and more in The Breed Next Door!

~The Guardians, Book 1: Falling for Anthony by Meljean Brook~

Anthony and Colin have long been best friends, despite their differences in social class. But while those differences do not prevent their friendship, they certainly prove an obstacle to Anthony being able to court the woman he loves, Colin's twin sister Emily.

When Anthony is struck down by a Nosferatu, the Guardian Michael offers him the chance to become a Guardian himself. Normally, such an offer means the new Guardian is prevented from returning to Earth for the first hundred years of their service, to avoid any contact with those who knew them before their death. When the Nosferatu that killed Anthony targets Colin & Emily's family for death, Michael breaks the rules, and assigns Anthony to the mission to save his friends.

Falling for Anthony is the first in Meljean Brook's The Guardians series, and is very closely connected to both Demon Angel (Book 2) and Demon Moon (Book 4). This novella tells the tale of when Colin (Demon Moon's hero) and Hugh (Demon Angel's hero) met when Anthony, Hugh, and the demon Lilith (Demon Angel's heroine) saved Colin's life and quite possibly his very soul. I read the second and fourth books in this series prior to the first, and regardless of the timeline and connected events, I had no trouble understanding any of the stories.

It was very interesting to finally see what exactly transpired so long ago that made Colin what and who he is today.

Of course, that bit of Guardian history is juxtaposed against the tender romance between Anthony and Emily. Believing he can never be with the woman he loves the way he wishes, Anthony settles for whatever he can have of her. When fate returns him to her side after his mortal death, he knows he should resist her charms, but finds he cannot, even though he is bound to his role as a Guardian for the rest of her life. But there is always a loophole, isn't there?

~The Blood Kiss by Shiloh Walker~

When his brother is unjustly held captive by the dastardly Master of the House of Capiet, Roman determines to break him out of the vampire's clutches without delay. He never expects to meet his mate in the process, nor does he expect to find her in the form of the Vampire Master's own daughter, the beautiful Julianna.

Kidnapping the lovely heir to the House of Capiet seems the perfect revenge. But doing so not only threatens the outbreak of war between the vampire house and his own werewolf clan, but promises Julianna's destruction at the hands of her own people.

I ashamed to admit that while I have owned Hot Spell for more than a year, I have only just read this particular story. My only excuse is that I had just discovered author Lora Leigh at the time I bought it, and my frenzy to read all of her work right away caused me to skip any but her stories in the anthologies I purchased then.

Little did I know that a fantastic story featuring two creatures I adore - vampires and werewolves - was languishing away on my bookshelf just begging for my attention. And Shiloh Walker's The Blood Kiss definitely grabbed my attention at page one and held it until I finished the last word in this sexy paranormal tale.

In a romance faintly reminiscent of `Romeo and Juliet', Walker introduces us to Wolfclan Montgomery and the House of Capiet, who have engaged in some barely disguised feuding. Of course, this little story includes some very sexy paranormal creatures and some of the most beautifully primal love scenes between Roman and Julianna.

Although the ending to this story left me more than satisfied, I found myself wanting more of this intriguing world and its characters. I will definitely be searching for any related stories penned by this talented author.

Connected Books:

Emma Holly
The Demon's Daughter (Berkley Sensation)
Hot Spell (The Guardians, Book 1) (The Breed Next Door) (The Countess's Pleasure) (The Blood Kiss)(Falling For Anthony)

Lora Leigh (This list only includes the Breeds books published by Berkley)
Hot Spell (The Guardians, Book 1) (The Breed Next Door) (The Countess's Pleasure) (The Blood Kiss)(Falling For Anthony)
Megan's Mark (The Breeds, Book 1) (Berkley Sensation)
Harmony's Way (The Breeds, Book 2)
Tanner's Scheme (The Breeds, Book 3)
Dawn's Awakening (The Breeds, Book 4)
Beyond the Dark
Shifter

Meljean Brook
Hot Spell (The Guardians, Book 1) (The Breed Next Door) (The Countess's Pleasure) (The Blood Kiss)(Falling For Anthony)
Demon Angel (The Guardians, Book 2)
Wild Thing
Demon Moon (The Guardians, Book 4) (Berkley Sensation)
Demon Night
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This book contains the following four stories.

5 stars for THE COUNTESS'S PLEASURE by Emma Holly.
I loved it. It was different and sensual. The ending was wonderful. There was a surprise in the plot that I did not expect. It was erotic and also a very nice story. Story brief: Georgiana is a widow. She visits a ladies nightclub in Bhamjran where a yama (demon) is enslaved and must perform on stage in the nude.

Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: five. Setting: unknown time, probably early 1800s in a place called Bhamjran in the desert. Copyright: 2005. Genre: historical paranormal romance.

For a listing of my reviews of other Emma Holly books, see my 2 star review of "Prince of Ice: A Tale of the Demon World" posted 6/23/08.

4 stars for THE BREED NEXT DOOR by Lora Leigh.
Fun story. Good escape. Very sexual and sensual. This is one the of breed stories. The author has written several. In this one, Tarek is part lion. He lives alone in a house next door to normal human Lyra. He can't cook or make decent coffee. She makes homemade bread and good coffee, which he can't resist. One of his former evil lab captors is hunting him and threatens her. He learns that she is his one and only "mate". They have typical wild, frantic sex, breed style.

Sexual language: strong/erotic. Number of sex scenes: four. Setting: current day Fayetteville, Arkansas. Copyright: 2005. Genre: erotic paranormal romance.

For a listing of my reviews of other Lora Leigh books, see my 4 star review of "Tempting the Beast" posted on 6/30/08.

4 stars for THE BLOOD KISS by Shiloh Walker.
Good, fun, different, and a feel good ending. Roman is king of werewolves. His brother Steven is taken prisoner by the vampires in New Orleans. Roman goes to rescue Steven and falls in love with the vampire princess Julianna.

Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: four. Setting: New Orleans, Louisianna and Tennessee. Copyright: 2005. Genre: paranormal romance.

For a list of my reviews of other Shiloh Walker books, see my 4 star review of The Missing posted 11/12/08.

3 stars for FALLING FOR ANTHONY by Meljean Brook.
Pretty good. I read this for background before I read Demon Angel and Demon Moon. It is a short story, 100 pages long. Demons called nosferatu kill humans. Guardians fight them and protect humans. Michael was a human, close to death and becomes a guardian. He is sent to fight a nosferatu attacking Emily, the woman he loved.

Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: six. Setting: 1811 London and Spain. Copyright: 2005. Genre: fantasy and paranormal romance.

SERIES:
The first four books in this series are:
3 stars. FALLING FOR ANTHONY (in Hot Spell anthology) Copyrt 2005. Review Date 5/11/08.
1 star. DEMON ANGEL. Copyrt 2007. Review Date 5/11/08.
(not read) PARADISE (in anthology Wild Think).
2 stars. DEMON MOON. Copyrt 2007. Review Date 5/11/08.
  • doesnt Do You
First book - blimmin scandalous. Interesting story though.
Second book - a decent read.
Third book - boring and didn't like the characters much.
Fourth book - maybe a 3 star novella.
  • Defolosk
Would read another book in the if it was a series. Enjoyed the storyline very much. Well done. There are some turns in the story that kept me reading all night....
  • Winotterin
good read
  • Castiel
It surprised me that you could put so much enjoyment into so short a story. I particularly liked Emma Holly's story "The Countess's Pleasure" as I generally avoid period novels and Lora Leigh's story "The Breed Next Door" as dominate males are a real turn off for me. All the stories - while short - were full and satisfying stories.