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Everlasting Bad Boys

Dragon Kin Series
Narrated by: Emma Wilder
Series: Dragon Kin, Book 0.1
Length: 11 hrs and 40 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (232 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

"Can't Get Enough" by Shelly Laurenston: Even for a dragon, Ailean the Wicked has a bad reputation. For 150 years he's been renowned for his fighting prowess, but now he's got a new conquest in mind - a gorgeous dragoness known as Shalin the Innocent. Ailean suspects she's anything but. And while he's saving her from her enemies, he plans to prove that, even in human form, a bad-boy dragon can show a girl a good time that's truly off the scale....

"Spellbound" by Cynthia Eden: No witch in her right mind would summon an immortal soul-hunter to her aid, but Serena Tyme needs Luis D'Amil's help to destroy the warlock who's stalking her coven. And she's willing to pay any price he names...especially when the tall, dark, sexy-as-hell assassin shows her he can work some sensual magic of his own.

"Turn Me On" by Noelle Mack: Finally, Beth Danforth has found a man who can flip her switch. That's because supersexy Justin Watts, CEO of SpectraSign, is literally made of light. His dazzling, custom-built body can't ever wear out. And talk about energy - Beth can't get enough of the guy. The sex is electrifying. The love will never fade away....

Contains mature themes.

©2008 Kensington Publishing Corp.; "Can't Get Enough" copyright 2008 by Shelly Laurenston; “Spellbound” copyright 2008 by Cynthia Eden; "Turn Me On" copyright 2008 by Noelle Mack (P)2017 Tantor
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Two out of three ain’t bad

The first two stories were absolutely incredible! The narrator did a fabulous job. She brought the characters to life and pulled you right into the books.

They could’ve skipped the third story altogether. The narrator did a decent job with it, but I could have done without the stereotyping of the speech of the one single minority in the whole book (I am assuming that the narrator read it the way that the author wrote it, and an editor should have told the author that it was absolutely inappropriate and pretty much sucked), and I didn’t care for the wishy washy heroine or the lack of depth of both the main characters. So the third book was less than “meh”.

So, two out of three ain’t bad.

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As with all anthologies some are better than other

Overall this is a good collection of four books put together in the anthology. The authors did a decent job with building the stories and the characters enough to allow the reader/listener to envision the worldscape and plot line that the various authors had intended. I believe based on the narrator that there were no huge glaring issues with regard to spelling or grammar, but since I didn't read the book myself I cannot attest to this. that being said I did enjoy the narrator. I think she did an excellent job bringing the various characters voices to life and distinguish each character accordingly. I would listen to other books that she narrated. I will admit I am biased in that I probably enjoyed the novelette by GA Aiken the best since it gave some backstory to the dragon kin series. I enjoy her books and find her characters to be intensely amusing and easily envisioned to be real life, character flawed, all around enjoyable to listen to and root for as they meander true life. Let's be honest, you could envision dragon boys shoving each other at the window and laughing or daring each other to break through the wall with their heads just to prove it can be done. So, enjoy the four books in this series perhaps you will find a new author you hadn't heard before and will enjoy.

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OK but not my favorite

I think I ran out of Alien stories to have found this. I was OK but not my cup of tea, slowly unfolding with strange world building but in the detail I like. The characters were OK but I did speed up the narration speed to just get to the end I quit after the first story. I think I was just in the wrong genre as I'm not usually a fantasy fan but more action/space/syfy and this was not it.

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Really charming ...

great characters, big extended family of typical family personalities, dragons living as human beings … noisy loud boisterous clan, and a calm, quiet book-loving female dragon dropped into the middle of the family chaos .. it's a charmer, happy ending and all.