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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Amanda Ashley gets hearts racing with her alluring paranormal romances. In Everlasting Desire, Master of the West Coast vampires Rhys Costain has given up on human attachment - until he meets Megan DeLacey, a ravishing beauty equally captivated by Rhys’ brooding looks. But a dark force is threatening the West Coast vampires - one that could tear the lovers apart forever.
©2010 Amanda Ashley (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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4 out of 5 stars
By bluebelle on 07-15-11

Not her best work...

This book was very similar to others she's written before, but it seemed to drag to much. I guess it was hard for me to find my inner cougar, even though the main male character is 512 years old I couldn't look past his 20 yr old physical age (she's 29). I much preferred her book Nights Master, that is one I hope to see at Audible.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Chaz on 05-25-11

Hmmmm

The book had promise until the heroine starts to mourn her lost youth because she's pushing 30 (paranoid narcissist much?) and tells the hero (who has a remarkable amount in common with Sookie Stackhouse's hero, Eric) that, at 25, he's aged well. Please!!! was this author pre-pubescent when writing this? In what universe is a 30 year old considered an aging hag?

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