Damned, Delicious, and Dangerous

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Jun 1, 2008 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Men of darkness, men of passion. . .trapped by temptation and bound by desire. No woman can refuse their erotic invitation for sexual pleasure. . .

"The Demon Lord's Cloak" by Delilah Devlin

Bound and naked, Voletta has every reason to fear the mysterious man holding her in his arms. Instead his brooding presence intrigues her, his hard body excites her--and his rough touch arouses her. . .

"Night Sins" by Lisa Renee Jones

In the battle between good and evil, Kayla Ward knows vampires are strictly off limits. But Ethan's dark sensuality and seductive allure leave her craving hot, passionate sex. . .

"The Devil's Paradise" by Megan Kerans

Justice Malloy is looking for the perfect place for a wedding reception. What she finds at The Last Resort Hotel is a man whose raw male power promises carnal pleasure like she's never felt before. . .

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User Review  - jjmachshev - LibraryThing

"Damned, Delicious, and Dangerous" is an anthology published by Aphrodisia (Berkley's erotica line). It contains three stories of dark heroes. "The Demon Lord's Cloak" by Delilah Devlin is about a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kd - Goodreads

Huh. Helps to pay attention. Originally gave this two stars because I thought it was a different book! Looked it over again and realized that I was thinking of a completely different book than this one. This was really good. I liked it and the first story was my favorite. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Lisa Renee Jones was originally an entrepreneur and founded her own company, LRJ Staffing Services, in Texas. After selling her first novella in 2006, she became a full-time writer of paranormal and contemporary romance novels. Her titles, If I Were You, and No in Between made the New York Times bestseller list in 2014.

Always a risk taker, Delilah Devlin lived in the Saudi Peninsula during the Gulf War, thwarted an attempted abduction by white slave traders, and survived her children's juvenile delinquency. In addition to Saudi Arabia, she has lived in Germany and Ireland, but calls Arkansas home for now.

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