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Immortal Bad Boys

3.57 of 5 stars 3.57  ·  rating details  ·  387 ratings  ·  19 reviews
Curl up under the covers with a trio of bad boys who know how to please. After all, they've had an eternity to practice. . .

Night Ecstasy by Rebecca York

New Orleans is a city pulsing with every forbidden pleasure three-hundred-year-old vampire Jules DeMario desires--including artist Taylor Lawson. And as their relationship becomes more intimate and erotic, more than Taylor
ebook, 320 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Kensington (first published September 1st 2004)
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Midu Hadi
Mar 09, 2012 Midu Hadi rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people just getting into vampire books
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I only read the York story and it was bad. Jules, a vamp, can't have sex, but still seeks companionship but has to be worried about killing his women. Taylor, is an artist, who needs a new relationship to keep her muse fresh. These 2 embark on a relationship that was just odd and involved viagra. Not sure why I didn't stop reading.
Barbara ★
Night Ecstasy - Rebecca York
I found this short story awful. Taylor (heroine) calls Jules (the vampire) out of the blue after relocating to New Orleans. They meet and hit it off immediately. On the second date, they're already sleeping together and in love. She is a painter and paints explicit scenes of each encounter with Jules. She doesn't know he's a vampire and she interprets his bite mark as insect bites. I realize this is a short story but come on. What is she a freaking idiot? I could only
The first story, "Night Ecstasy" by Rebecca York, was an OK read. The Viagra part was a lot to swallow, no pun intended. The story would have been great if it had been a little longer with a little more time for the couple to fall in love. But all in all it was definitely the best story.

The second story, "Velvet Night" by Rosemary Laurey, was passable. Again it would have been a lot better read if there was a more in depth plot, with the couple falling in love a little more slowly. It would have
It's funny. I glanced over some of the other reviews and am once again reminded why I'm not a big fan of "romance" novels. My tastes seem to go opposite of the other reviewers.

The story I enjoyed most was "Midnight Court" for its complicated storyline of court intrigue. Dante was not your typical romance character in that you didn't get constant descriptions of his hunkiness. He was cynical, somewhat bored, and clueless as to what was really going on. Since he was the main character we were foll
3 stories of vampiric love...

1st is Taylor and Jules... Jules is a 300 year old, lonely vampire - not knowing anyone else of his kind... he currently lives in New Orleans... as a youth, he livedon the streets of London until an aristocratic vampire brought him home and raised him, educated him, and turned him to vampire when he was dying of TB... in this mythology, vampires rarely have the physical response for traditional intercourse... thier hunger and desire is satisfied by taking blood when
Elizabeth Nesbit-comer
This was signed for me by both Rebecca York and Rosemary Laurey so I decided to give it a try. It was ok. The first story was the best because the thought of a thousand year old vampire being introduced to Viagra had me choking back laughs as I read it on my lunch break.
The second story was good but not chuckle worthy. Girl meets newly turned vamp neighbor and they solve a meth lab run by yokels.
The third story I just kind of skimmed through. It was confusing and the heroine was not clearly d
V.L. Locey
Not a bad trio of vampire tales, but not great either. The first two entries were pretty humdrum and I was struggling to finish. Lots of steamy sex throughout but I`m one of those fuddy-duddy types that needs more than hot sex and weak plots. I like hot sex and strong plots. I`m very glad I pushed on to the last story (written by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom)because it was the best of the three and pushed this trilogy from the 2 stars I had been planning to give it to a 3 star book.

The first story, "Night Ecstasy" was pretty good. I liked our vampire and enjoyed the story. Nothing too drastically different from many of the vampire love stories I have read...

The second story, "Velvet Night" was again a standard tale. I liked the two characters, but nothing rocked my world.

The third story, "Midnight Court", was fantastic! different than the first two stories. Twists and turns, intrigue and vampires...just a nicely told story.
Eh. It didn't hold my attention. Lots of starts and stops.
The first two stories I really liked. Especially the 2nd story. The third story I had no clue what was happening almost the entire story. The dialogue made no sense, they were trying to keep things from each other but really the way it was written kept the secrets from the reader. Even at the end I was wondering what was happening.

So read the first 2 skip the third.
Aug 29, 2011 Stephanie is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
I loved Night Ecstacy. I was crazy about Velvet Night but it made me mad that it ended like that. It didnt sound right ending like that. Hopefully it will be finished. I havent read Midnight Court.
Rebecca York and Rosemary Laurey's stories were the bomb... I couldn't get into the last one for some reason. I believe people should read this book for the first two... awesome stories!
Fun collection of novellas. I liked some stories more than others but I really enjoyed trying new authors and visiting fun new paranormal worlds built by some talented authors.
I would give this book a 4 stars, but I really disliked the last story - to the point I couldn't finish it. The first two stories were very enjoyable though.
First 2 stories were good, the last one wasn't great... Worth the read though :)
Angie Larios
I didn't like the third story. It was boring and didn't make sense at the end.
Vanda Bromwich
Three completely different vampire stories -all great reads.
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Ruth Glick (born 1942) is a best-selling author of healthy cookbooks and has also written dozens of romantic suspense romance novels under the pen name Rebecca York.

Ruth earned a B.A. in American Thought and Civilization from George Washington University and an M.A. in American Studies from the University of Maryland. Although she always wanted to become a writer, Glick was convinced that her lack
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