dragon-girl wrote:Ooh! Ooh! I know these books!
I read Kyrian's book first, back in the summer, and have read up to Danger's book, or possibly the one after that. (I can't remember the titles, only the characters whose book it was. Who comes after Danger?)
Haven't read Julian's book yet, despite it being first, and to be honest I don't plan to - I read the books too quickly, and I don't think I'm missing much in the continuous plot from not reading that one.
But, yeah, I like these books. A lot.
Goodnight Elizabeth wrote:You are really missing several books. Julian's book, while it is fantastic on its own, really needs to be read. You are missing a part of the foundation. This is where you are introduced to the Devereaux's and to Kyrian. Also, there are several more pivotal books after Danger's. Read them! Buy them now!
Just remember, no spoilers. We'll announce on here when it's fair game for spoilers.
twilightmom wrote:*Covering my eyes so not to see spoilers*
Okay, last night I started reading Julian... Book 1 (prequel?) I've read the first 3 chapters or so. I have to say, so far I feel like I'm going to be watching some soft-core porn flick... Please tell me the book (series) gets a little more weighty... Not that I mind some fluff, but a sex slave that doesn't understand a woman who wants to be nice to him... I'm feeling dirty reading it!! I'm guessing it must get better since you all read them and there are a lot of books!
I'm reading these via "ebook" (Thanks crack dealer, CG)... Has anyone ever compared the ebook to actual book to see if it was transcribed properly? Just curious.
Lastly, I need to know these are true HEA books... I know that there have been many tears shed by some of you that have read these books... I don't mind a good cry, as long as I get my HEA at the end (think BDB). PLEASE WARN ME if they are not HEA's... I can't bear to cry that much!! Thanks!
twilightmom wrote: Please tell me the book (series) gets a little more weighty... Not that I mind some fluff, but a sex slave that doesn't understand a woman who wants to be nice to him... I'm feeling dirty reading it!! I'm guessing it must get better since you all read them and there are a lot of books!
cullengirl wrote:*snort* I have to admit that I was rolling my eyes when I started Julian's book, but he got under my skin. It gets better smutty wise and a lot more complicated as LadyDi mentioned, twlightmom. Actually, Julian's book is probably the first book in a series that I really loved in the smutty reading.
I'm on Zareck's book and it's very interesting. Anyone up for a discussion after I finish his book. Oh and can I say that I absolutely love Simi!
LadyDi wrote: Aphrodite explains that part of Julian's "curse" is that all women will lust after him and all men will be jealous of him. Yet, later in the other books, women and men are able to be around Julian and not be totally taken with his appearance. In fact, the biggest comment people have about Julian is that he's an antiquities professor that is as old as his subject matter. In fact, his teacher-ish gear provides a bit of a chuckle when he shows up to help. How do you reconcile that change in attitude towards him?
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