Saturday, February 25, 2012

Guest Review: My Dangerous Pleasure by Carolyn Jewel

My Dangerous Pleasure (My Immortals #4)My Dangerous Pleasure
(My Immortals #4)
by Carolyn Jewel
Mass Market Paperback, 356 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Forever (first published May 31st 2011)
ISBN 0446563870
Courtesy of Publisher
Forbidden desire and dangerous passion clash in Jewel's fourth installment in her darkly erotic paranormal romance series--the story of Iskander, the dark and irresistible fiend first introduced in "My Wicked Enemy."
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Khelsey’s Thoughts:

Paisley Nichols is working when a handsome man she has seen in her bakery before comes in. She smiles at him and he smiles back He returns later to ask Paisley out for a coffee and introduces himself as Rasmus Kessler; when he touches her wrist though she pulls back in pain. Later that night when Paisley is home, she feels like she is dying. Her landlord, Iskander, can feel that there is someone magical on his piece of property and he heads over to investigate. Before allowing Paisley to move into the room above his garage he checked her and she was normal then, but now there is something different in her. Helping her through the magic he removes her memories and takes it away, when he finds out who is messing with Paisley though, he wants to help her even if it costs him is life.

This book is so good; I love how it switches between the characters. It keeps you wanting more and not wanting to put it down. There are parts where you want to scream at Iskander because he is holding so much back from Paisley. I know that this book is part of a series, but it can be read alone. I loved it! If you start it you aren't going to put it down.

Rating: 5 Wine Glasses

1 comment:

  1. The dark fiend finds love, sounds great! Your review makes me want to know what her magic is.


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