Out of this World
Love, Supernatural Style Love is the universal language. And nowhere is this more apparent than in these extraordinary stories from four of today’s hottest authors. From a futuristic cop caught in a crisis of the heart to a smoldering vision of an unusual love triangle, from the hunger for a... show more
Love, Supernatural Style Love is the universal language. And nowhere is this more apparent than in these extraordinary stories from four of today’s hottest authors. From a futuristic cop caught in a crisis of the heart to a smoldering vision of an unusual love triangle, from the hunger for a human touch on an alien planet to a witch’s desperate search for the love of one man, these tales of paranormal romance will transport you to a time and a place you’ve never been before…. Featuring: New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb—with a new Lieutenant Eve Dallas story New York Times bestselling author Laurell K. Hamilton—with a new Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter tale and USA Today Bestselling Authors, Susan Krinard and Maggie Shayne
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2001
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
Series: Immortal Witches (#4)
J.D. Robb's "Interlude in Death" - An In Death series novella centered on NYPSD homicide detective Lt. Eve Dallas and her husband Roarke, an intergalactic hotelier/businessman, on the resort planet Olympus in 2059. A guest speaker at The Interplanetary Law and Security Conference, Eve is forced to e...
The four novella's were graded as follows:INTERLUDE IN DEATH by J.D. Robb (4.5)KINSMAN by Susan Krinard (3.5)IMMORTALITY by Maggie Shayne (4-_MAGIC LIKE HEAT ACROSS MY SKIN by Laurell K. Hamilton (4)
Like a previous anthology I registered, the stories in this one have a strong romantic overtone, with elements of the supernatural.This anthology contains 4 short stories. Not counting LKH's entry since it's actually the first few chapters of Narcissus in Chains which was a great book in itself, of...
This was a decent anthology. I bought it specifically to read JD Robb and LKH. The stories ended up being short and sweet. Nothing that memorable. I find that many times, the anthology stories tend to be a bit more bland. This one was still enjoyable. Fans of JD Robb will enjoy it.
Still updating my old reads. Ugh, what a tedious task. I read this many years ago for All About Romance. The review is archived HERE .