Midnight Pleasures (Dark-Hunter, #3.1; Wild Wulfs of London, #0.5)
Handsome and sensual, surrounded by an aura of danger, mystery, and the forbidden, a lover steps from the shadows. But is he mortal? Or is he an ancient god, a sorcerer, or a mythical beast who can possess a woman's heart...and her very soul?Four of romance's most popular authors have created... show more
Handsome and sensual, surrounded by an aura of danger, mystery, and the forbidden, a lover steps from the shadows. But is he mortal? Or is he an ancient god, a sorcerer, or a mythical beast who can possess a woman's heart...and her very soul?Four of romance's most popular authors have created this spellbinding collection of stores filled with dark passion and desire. Under the cover of darkness, their heroes inhabit worlds haunted by ageless hungers and deadly forces stronger than any seen by day...and vanquished only by the power of love.Now travel into realms where dazzling wonders roam the night, where magic replaces reason, and where a kiss unleashes a raging fire in the blood. And here, if you dare, discover the seduction that begins at the bewitching hour when a man and woman partake in...Midnight Pleasures.
Publish date: November 17th 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
Series: Wild Wulfs of London .5
The 1 star was just for Sherillyn Kenyon's story.
A mixed bag of short stories by some of the big names of the parnormal romance genre. Fun reads even if they're a bit light.
★★★★★Midnight Pleasures(Phantom Lover)by Sherrilyn Kenyon book 3.1 in Dark Hunter seriesErin is your average everyday girl, with sleeping problems. She has the wildest dreams, that seem so real. She dreams of snake-like creatures, and and this handsome hero. He always helps her, in these dreams. He ...
I know I've read the Wulf's story. I think I've read the Dark Hunter one. I don't care about the other two
"Midnight Pleasures" isn't the best anthology I've ever read, but it has stories from two series I enjoy, so it was worth a read. The first story is Amanda Ashley's "Darkfest." I've never read anything from her before. The title character is a dark wizard who has never known love. He is very powerfu...