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Where Do Your Fantasies Take You?Under the blazing heat of the Borneo sun......a beautiful naturalist's dream comes true--to live among the feral jungle creatures. But an untamed, irresistible beast of another sort forces her to explore her own wild side.In an exclusive gentleman's club in Victorian London......adventurous ladies are available to the highest bidder. Yet ho Where Do Your Fantasies Take You?Under the blazing heat of the Borneo sun......a beautiful naturalist's dream comes true--to live among the feral jungle creatures. But an untamed, irresistible beast of another sort forces


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Where Do Your Fantasies Take You?Under the blazing heat of the Borneo sun......a beautiful naturalist's dream comes true--to live among the feral jungle creatures. But an untamed, irresistible beast of another sort forces her to explore her own wild side.In an exclusive gentleman's club in Victorian London......adventurous ladies are available to the highest bidder. Yet ho Where Do Your Fantasies Take You?Under the blazing heat of the Borneo sun......a beautiful naturalist's dream comes true--to live among the feral jungle creatures. But an untamed, irresistible beast of another sort forces her to explore her own wild side.In an exclusive gentleman's club in Victorian London......adventurous ladies are available to the highest bidder. Yet how far will a modest widow go to fulfill her fantasy of being auctioned off as a rake's midnight plaything?From the depth of the dark unknown......a child of midnight has arrived in a spiritual Tibetan refuge to rid herself of wicked desires. Here this ageless beauty meets the one man who can save her--or damn her soul forever.In a private, all-male school for seduction......she might just graduate with honors. If she can only maintain her disquise long enough to teach the man of her dreams a few lessons.stories include:The Widow's Auction by Sabrina JeffriesLuisa's Desire by Emma HollyMr. Speedy by Elda MingerThe Awakening by Christine Feehan

16 review for Fantasy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Davie

    Four short stories with a theme of fantasy in romance.The Series"The Awakening" (Leopard People, 1)"Luisa's Desire" (Midnight, 0.5)The StoriesChristine Feehan's "The Awakening" begins the Leopard People paranormal romance series. Similar in the basics to her Dark/Carpathian series, this storyline creates a very different shapeshifter culture with its own particular issues.Emma Holly's "Luisa's Desire" was a bit tame for her as Luisa travels to Tibet for a better way to feed.Sabrina Jeffries' "Th Four short stories with a theme of fantasy in romance.The Series"The Awakening" (Leopard People, 1)"Luisa's Desire" (Midnight, 0.5)The StoriesChristine Feehan's "The Awakening" begins the Leopard People paranormal romance series. Similar in the basics to her Dark/Carpathian series, this storyline creates a very different shapeshifter culture with its own particular issues.Emma Holly's "Luisa's Desire" was a bit tame for her as Luisa travels to Tibet for a better way to feed.Sabrina Jeffries' "The Widow's Auction" is an interesting take on historical-romances. I think she did a good job of portraying the time period's mores, culture, and style. I'll have to explore more of her writings.Elda Minger's "Mr. Speedy" was cute and has some good sex in it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Lee

    I enjoyed the stories in this book ! All had the same pattern..man and woman meet, make love, and then confess their love to each other . All were a little different in their own way .The Widows Auction by Sabrina Jeffries This is a fun historical romance! I really enjoyed the banter between the two main characters and it was definitely funny that Lady Kingsley was being fooled when she thought she was doing the fooling.Luisa’s Desire by Emma HollyThe spiritual concept is cool but there is a lot I enjoyed the stories in this book ! All had the same pattern..man and woman meet, make love, and then confess their love to each other . All were a little different in their own way .The Widows Auction by Sabrina Jeffries This is a fun historical romance! I really enjoyed the banter between the two main characters and it was definitely funny that Lady Kingsley was being fooled when she thought she was doing the fooling.Luisa’s Desire by Emma HollyThe spiritual concept is cool but there is a lot of dragged out information and words that I had to look up the meaning of in order to follow the story, which meant too much stopping to use Google. This story came up second as far as the best sex scenes.Mr. Speedy by Elda MingerThis is a cute romantic comedy. The classic guy meets girl under a funny circumstance and after a number of crazy things happen, they end up together! I liked this story the most in the novella but it wasn’t as heavy on the sex scenes.The Awakening by Christine Feehan Now, this story had some sex scenes , let me tell you! This story came in number one as far as that goes. I can see myself getting into this shape shifting series . I love the possessive, strong character of Brandt in this story ! Him and Maggie are that seductive couple. Great descriptions of the scenery and of the passion between the two.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marybelle

    I loved the Christine Feehan story, but the other three were really weak.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tani

    Finally finished this! I've been chipping away it for ages, since far before I marked it currently reading. My favorite story was "The Widow's Auction", which seems like a bit of an unpopular opinion? I liked the chemistry between the characters, and I thought that it was fun little bit of silliness. Second favorite was "The Awakening." I did think it was a bit underwhelming, though. I didn't feel a ton of chemistry, and the whole way that things were handled with the transformation, etc. was no Finally finished this! I've been chipping away it for ages, since far before I marked it currently reading. My favorite story was "The Widow's Auction", which seems like a bit of an unpopular opinion? I liked the chemistry between the characters, and I thought that it was fun little bit of silliness. Second favorite was "The Awakening." I did think it was a bit underwhelming, though. I didn't feel a ton of chemistry, and the whole way that things were handled with the transformation, etc. was not highly appealing. I believe that this story is the reason I got this book in the first place, but I'm not sure if I want to continue with the Leopard People series or not, based on the strength of this. The other two stories were pretty meh. I thought that the characters in "Mr. Speedy" were immensely stupid, to the point where I just had to laugh to keep from crying. The vampire take in "Luisa's Desire" was interesting, but the couple was not, so that put a major damper on things for me. Overall, somewhat underwhelming.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Holley

    I liked the idea of differing time periods and locations in one book of short stories, but they were too different to be linked in any way. I liked the first and third stories but struggled with the second and DNF'd the last one. The two I did not like were a prequel and the first in a series. They both happened to be paranormal but I do enjoy a lot of paranormal romance so I don't think that was the problem. They really just dragged on and on to the point of boredom. I think if you are a fan of I liked the idea of differing time periods and locations in one book of short stories, but they were too different to be linked in any way. I liked the first and third stories but struggled with the second and DNF'd the last one. The two I did not like were a prequel and the first in a series. They both happened to be paranormal but I do enjoy a lot of paranormal romance so I don't think that was the problem. They really just dragged on and on to the point of boredom. I think if you are a fan of the series they are from, it might be a nice thing to read the prequel?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Rodriguez

    An anthology of four erotic romances; each set in different eras and locations.My personal favorite was: "Luisa's Desire," by Emma Holly An anthology of four erotic romances; each set in different eras and locations.My personal favorite was: "Luisa's Desire," by Emma Holly

  7. 4 out of 5

    Craig

    GoodIt was good. I like when similar Arthur's have anthologies so I can discover new ones. I love these authors and have pretty much every book GoodIt was good. I like when similar Arthur's have anthologies so I can discover new ones. I love these authors and have pretty much every book

  8. 4 out of 5

    Liza Robertson

    It was okay but I didn't feel for the characters as much as I normally do. Maybe because it was too brief. It was okay but I didn't feel for the characters as much as I normally do. Maybe because it was too brief.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Clara Smith

    Read "The Awakening" by Christine Feehan; "The Widow's Auction" by Sabrina Jeffries Read "The Awakening" by Christine Feehan; "The Widow's Auction" by Sabrina Jeffries

  10. 4 out of 5

    Natasja

    The Widow’s Auction by Sabrina JeffriesIsobel Lamberton is a lonely widow; the only excitement in her life is making sure her late husband boy’s school. To spice up her life a little more, her friend urging Isobel to disguise herself and puts herself up for auction. This auction is a place where widows can let themselves go without revealing her identity. This one night stand will change Isobel’s life forever, when the man who bid’s on her is her rival, a man she’s always fighting against at the The Widow’s Auction by Sabrina JeffriesIsobel Lamberton is a lonely widow; the only excitement in her life is making sure her late husband boy’s school. To spice up her life a little more, her friend urging Isobel to disguise herself and puts herself up for auction. This auction is a place where widows can let themselves go without revealing her identity. This one night stand will change Isobel’s life forever, when the man who bid’s on her is her rival, a man she’s always fighting against at the school board.Luisa’s desire by Emma HollyLuisa de Fiore is a vampire who despises her need for blood, but knows she has to take it to survive. So she travels to Tibet, where hopefully a group of monks can help her to slow down her need and survive another way.There she meets the man, who will change her life forever, a man who will have to choose between his chosen path as monk and his growing love for her.Mr. Speedy by Elda MingerMiranda is a writer and wants to write an article about this seminar, where men will learn to get into a woman’s pants within 24 hours. The only problem is that no women are allowed, so she has to find a way to get in. Miranda cuts her hair, borrows her friend’s clothes and goes undercover. But when she meets her roommate Jake, she isn’t that she will succeed.Jake is at the seminar for a story of his own and when he meets his roommate Randy, he knows he has to protect this little guy. Especially against those big bad wolves, but there is an attraction between them and Jake is confused about these feelings he is having…for this man. Will Miranda continue going undercover or will she tell Jake the truth about her not being a man?The awakening by Christine FeehanMaggie Odessa has always known she was different from everyone else, but couldn’t explain why. Now she’s has crossed half the world to go to the rain forest to collect her inheritance. The closer she gets to the house, the more she felt at home. She also knew that someone was watching her, from the moment she started this journey.Brandt Talbot has been looking forward to this day for many years and finally his mate has come home. He knows he has to be patience about telling her the truth about her inheritance, which included a legacy that enabled her to transform into a leopard.Fantasy is a fabulous anthology by Sabrina Jeffries, Emma Holly, Elda Minger and Christine Feehan and has four terrific short stories in it. You will find out that one story is better than the other. Although I never read a book or a story by Emma Holly and Elda Minger, I found myself intrigued by their part in this anthology. I will be checking out their books in the future. I already enjoy reading Sabrina Jeffries books and this one was no exception. But my favourite was the one written by Christine Feehan. I’m a huge fan of her books and this short story is a fabulous start of her leopard series.If you are not in the mood to read a whole book or a new series, but just some short stories, then you definitely need to check out this anthology. You won’t be disappointed.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    The fantasy theme was heavy with all four of the stories in the book. The first story is The Widow's Auction by Sabrina Jeffries. In this novella, a young widow is convinced that it is in her favor to auction off one night with her in return for a large sum of money that she can use to benefit her work with a all-boys' school. Of course, she secretly just wants to know what it's like to actually enjoy the bedtime act. In the realm of make-believe, this was quite the enjoyable mix of lust and rom The fantasy theme was heavy with all four of the stories in the book. The first story is The Widow's Auction by Sabrina Jeffries. In this novella, a young widow is convinced that it is in her favor to auction off one night with her in return for a large sum of money that she can use to benefit her work with a all-boys' school. Of course, she secretly just wants to know what it's like to actually enjoy the bedtime act. In the realm of make-believe, this was quite the enjoyable mix of lust and romance with no negative consequences.The second story is Luisa's Desire by Emma Holly. In this fascinating read, an immortal woman seeks an alternative to her need for blood to survive in a remote lamasery buried in the Himalayan mountains of Tibet. While she assumes that the answer is a particular form of meditation, what she instead gets is an aspiring monk who possesses a much more fleshly solution to her problem. Reincarnation takes on a whole new meaning in this short story, and I found the different take on vampires in fiction to be well-written.The third story is Mr. Speedy by Elda Minger. In this plot, an ambitious young woman decides to make herself over into a man in order to sneak into and cover a male-only conference entirely about getting a woman to go to bed with the man. Her genius plan takes a left-turn when she discovers she is rooming with the city's most eligible bachelor coming off of a horrid divorce - whom she is overwhelmingly attracted to. The irony of this story is that the bachelor becomes increasingly interested in her before he is even aware she is in disguise. The humor of this story made it quite charming in a sexy sort of way.The final story is The Awakening by Christine Feehan. The story begins her series, the Leopard People, with the tale of a young veterinarian lured deep into the jungle to track down her inheritance. Heavy lust and desire take over quite early in the story as the reader discovers that her presence there has been manipulated by a man of the leopard people who has already claimed her for his mate. The intensity and over-dramatization in the writing made this story less enjoyable for me than the others. I was also put off by the man's extreme obsession with the woman and his reluctance to tell her what was happening to her right from the beginning.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Custer

    The Widow's Auction by Sabrina Jeffries ***A very staid love story of a lord and lady that know each other socially but not carnally. That is until a widow's aution bring them together.Luisa's Desire by Emma Holly ****This is a twist on a vampire love story. Italian merchant vampire meets meets Tibetan monk that is half Tibetan and half English (?). She wants to learn how not to feed by blood. Unexpected is the ending. Is she a succubus or a vampire. During coitus she turns the monk. Lol. Mr. Sp The Widow's Auction by Sabrina Jeffries ***A very staid love story of a lord and lady that know each other socially but not carnally. That is until a widow's aution bring them together.Luisa's Desire by Emma Holly ****This is a twist on a vampire love story. Italian merchant vampire meets meets Tibetan monk that is half Tibetan and half English (?). She wants to learn how not to feed by blood. Unexpected is the ending. Is she a succubus or a vampire. During coitus she turns the monk. Lol. Mr. Speedy by Elda Minger *****I loved this story. It was hilarious throughout, from beginning to end. A female reporter disguises herself as a man to attend a male only seminar about how to land a woman for sex. She is bunked with another man also there to write an expose on the man who is giving the seminar. Jake's body or unconscious brain recognizes Randy is actually a woman and develpes feelings for him. Miranda, aka Randy is attracted to Jake. One thing leads to another. Loved it when the guy got the girl. The Awakening by Christine FeehanA leopard woman is adopted outside her village as a child when her parents are mudered. She is then whisked to the United States. As an adult she becomes a vetanarian that specializes in exotic cats. After her adoptive mother passes away a lawyer tells her of an inheritance left by her parents on South America. Maggie meets Brandt. Brandt is a leopard man. When they were young together the elders verified Maggie was his mate by the mingling of auras. Now he's lured her back to claim her. This book was very erotic. It also tells you more about the Leopard People in this short story than some of the longer books. The 9 lives the Leopard People live are like a reincarnation. Each time the male is born he will recognize his mate. Elders confirm the mating by watching the auras of their people. The elders make a kind of hgoverning body for the Leopard Peoples. The males remember their previous lives while the females may not. It's been many years since I last read this story and I had forgotten all these clues left in between the lines. Very glad I re-read it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Skye

    I bought this because I had a few weeks / months of obsession with Christine Feehan. I didn’t expect to find more authors to be completely obsessed about. Alright, I read another Emma Holly story the month before I read this one, but still… three new awesome authors and four beautifully simple and cute novellas to spend my nights forgetting about the world around me… what more could a girl want?Fantasy is a collection of four novellas that run the gambit of romance stories. Two are heavily paran I bought this because I had a few weeks / months of obsession with Christine Feehan. I didn’t expect to find more authors to be completely obsessed about. Alright, I read another Emma Holly story the month before I read this one, but still… three new awesome authors and four beautifully simple and cute novellas to spend my nights forgetting about the world around me… what more could a girl want?Fantasy is a collection of four novellas that run the gambit of romance stories. Two are heavily paranormal, featuring the typically expected paranormal creatures of vampires and shapeshifters. On the other hand, there are two more contemporary tales which take place in the past and the presence. Contemporary and paranormal, present and historical sit side by side in a fantastic collection I absolutely adored and thoroughly enjoyed. I just couldn’t put it down.If you like romances that will make your heart skip a beat and pulse pound, this is the kind of collection that you’ll enjoy. It’s got a taste of everything, and more than a tease of passion and lust amongst the pages. I found it difficult not to turn immediately to the next page whenever I finished one tale… and it was only the knowledge that I had other responsibilities in life to take up my time… responsibilities that are just enjoyable, but distracting from this story, just the same.For individual reviews, head to: https://earthandskye.org/categories/s...

  14. 4 out of 5

    JoLee (Cozy.Sunday.Reads)

    Rating: 3 Stars - Liked ItI am a huge fan of Christine Feehan and The Awakening (Leopard People #1) is a good start to her were-cat shifter series. Christine Feehan is known for her descriptive writing and she does not hold back in The Awakening short novel. As like many of her novels you feel like you are there in her setting but at times it can be a bit long.Maggie takes a trip through the jungles of Borneo to check out her birth parents house that she has inherited. She finds her self feeling Rating: 3 Stars - Liked ItI am a huge fan of Christine Feehan and The Awakening (Leopard People #1) is a good start to her were-cat shifter series. Christine Feehan is known for her descriptive writing and she does not hold back in The Awakening short novel. As like many of her novels you feel like you are there in her setting but at times it can be a bit long.Maggie takes a trip through the jungles of Borneo to check out her birth parents house that she has inherited. She finds her self feeling vulnerable and irritated. Here she meets the sexy were-cat shifter Brandt. And learns more then she has ever imagined about her self and her parents.Since Maggie first set foot in the jungle Brandt has become irritable as she is his mate. The more time he spends with her the more he is becoming possessive and obsessive. Brandt has the attitude I love in my were-cat shifter heroes. He is arrogant, aggressive but also sweet and caring. He is your sexy alpha male were-cat that will do anything to protect his mate. Loved Maggie and Brandt together. There are few giggle moments when she tries so hard to stand up to him. The love scene is hot and I do not think I can ever look at a Mango with out thinking of Brandt.Originally Posted at Wickedly Delicious Book Blog

  15. 4 out of 5

    Robert Scott

    +4 original stories by 4 different authors. The Widow's Auction by Sabrina Jeffries (Deborah Martin Gonzalez?) a very good story set in Victorian times with an unusual and unlikely twist. 3.8 stars.Luisa's Desire by Emma Holly set in the Himalayas of the 16th century and the encounter of an Italian vampire with a lama trainee. 3+ stars, probably would be higher, but remembered this story.Mr. Speedy by Elda Minger where two reporters, one male and one masquerading as a male attend a seduction sem +4 original stories by 4 different authors. The Widow's Auction by Sabrina Jeffries (Deborah Martin Gonzalez?) a very good story set in Victorian times with an unusual and unlikely twist. 3.8 stars.Luisa's Desire by Emma Holly set in the Himalayas of the 16th century and the encounter of an Italian vampire with a lama trainee. 3+ stars, probably would be higher, but remembered this story.Mr. Speedy by Elda Minger where two reporters, one male and one masquerading as a male attend a seduction seminar, both with the intention of debunking the whole thing. 4 stars, the best of the lot.The Awakening by Christine Feehan takes place in the rain forests of Borneo where a young heiress veterinarian comes face to face with her heritage. Very good, but only a 3- stars. Sorry Christine.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Yvensong

    Luisa's Desire: My favorite of the four novellas. Intriguing, well-written, interesting characters who grow by the end of the story.Mr. Speedy: This one surprised me, as I don't generally like standard romance stories. Even though the story was predictable in its outcome, the journey to get there was entertaining.The Awakening: The first Feehan story I can say I've enjoyed. There were still some issues, particularly the author's leap back and forth between perspectives, but the storyline was str Luisa's Desire: My favorite of the four novellas. Intriguing, well-written, interesting characters who grow by the end of the story.Mr. Speedy: This one surprised me, as I don't generally like standard romance stories. Even though the story was predictable in its outcome, the journey to get there was entertaining.The Awakening: The first Feehan story I can say I've enjoyed. There were still some issues, particularly the author's leap back and forth between perspectives, but the storyline was strong enough to make it fun reading.The Widow's Auction: I was bored after reading a paragraph, so didn't bother continuing.

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