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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

These are four strong fantasies

"Devil's Bargain" by Christine Warren. Supernatural bounty hunter Lilli Corbin made a Faustian deal with the devil. However, she soon learns what she agreed to could start the End of Days. Now she must choose between saving her soul and that of her beloved Aaron Bull...
"Devil's Bargain" by Christine Warren. Supernatural bounty hunter Lilli Corbin made a Faustian deal with the devil. However, she soon learns what she agreed to could start the End of Days. Now she must choose between saving her soul and that of her beloved Aaron Bullard.

"The Robber Bride" by Marjorie M. Liu. Women have become sustenance for a new species that came from the ruins of the old world. These creatures suck the life essence from females who are beneath them on the food chain. In that environs, Maggie wants to live as she fights for survival against impossible odds.

"Down in the Ground Where the Dead Men Go" by Caitlin Kittredge. Ava the demon slayer asks mage Jack Winter to help her with her quest to invade the realm of the demons. He reluctantly agrees knowing there is a great chance neither will ever return.

"Sin Slayer" by Jenna Maclaine. In 1889 London Jack the Ripper is killing vampires; Cin Craven needs to stop him if she is to keep her beloved undead husband Michael alive.

These are four strong fantasies in which the "worlds" seem real. Fans of Ms. Kittridge will enjoy the return of Jack (see STREET MAGIC) and of Ms. Maclaine will relish seeing Cin (see WAGES OF SIN and GRAVE SINS).

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on June 8, 2009

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Good but too short

I enjoyed most of the stories in this book but was left wanting more. "Down in the Ground Where the Dead Men Go" by Caitlin Kittredge,was by far the worse of the bunch. There was no love interest, the characters are not likeable and there's no happy ending. This is supp...
I enjoyed most of the stories in this book but was left wanting more. "Down in the Ground Where the Dead Men Go" by Caitlin Kittredge,was by far the worse of the bunch. There was no love interest, the characters are not likeable and there's no happy ending. This is supposed to be a paranormal ROMANCE. At one point I thought something was going to happen between Jack and Nina, but then she gets killed off. The little time Nina's character was present was the most enjoyable. There was more chemistry between the two of them than between Jack and Ava. This story lacked so much warmth and feeling it might as well not have been written, and to end it with Jack walking away from Ava... I feel like I wasted my money on this one. At least Christine Warren's story "Devil's Bargain", although short, allowed you to feel and experience the chemistry between the two main characters, that made it ok for them to fall in love at first sight, after all it is a short read. "The Robber Bride" by Marjorie M. Liu was the best of all the stories, it even has a nice little twist. In Jenna Maclaine I think I've found a new author to add to my collection. I enjoyed her story also, I'm already looking into her other books. I enjoyed the characters in this story and hope there is a book that gives a background into how they met. "Sin Slayer" is about a group of two already married couples and I would love to read about how they came to be.

posted by yamilisa on August 18, 2009

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