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eBook Eternal Pleasure (Gods of the Night, Book 1) (Leisure Paranormal Romance) download ISBN: 0843959533
Author: Nina Bangs
Publisher: Leisure Books; 1st Printing edition (July 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 308
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There are 2 books out so far for a new series called The Gods of Night Series by Nina Bangs. The 1st book is Eternal Pleasure and the 2nd is Eternal Craving. They are a little different but the adventure and romance is fabulous! I cant wait for the 3rd one. Happy Reading!!!

There are 2 books out so far for a new series called The Gods of Night Series by Nina Bangs. Happy Reading!!! Nancy started with book and enjoyed them too: Just finished reading ETERNAL PREY by Nina Bangs. Someone had recommended this and it has been sitting in a pile of to read books. It wasn’t till I started reading that I realized this was the third book in the Gods of the Night series.

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Rocksmith
He is one of the Eleven, ancient predators who have been brought forth by a godlike male after sixty-five million years, awakened to battle a group of immortals who are on the verge of scouring the earth of humans. She is his driver. Ty Endeka has a human body, but his soul is that of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Kelly Maloy is human. The attraction between them is primordial but the danger they face is unimaginable. Kelly is drawn deeper and deeper into a world she'd never known existed as she drives Ty around Houston, meeting vampires and otherkin, and battling werewolves. And coming face to face with the most soul-deep terror she could have ever imagined.

Bangs has offered up a unique concept - it's not every day you read about dinosaur warriors fighting immortal evil - and characters that had appeal. While some aspects are familiar in theme to Kenyon's Dark-Hunter series and others, I'm was thrilled to get away from the Greek pantheon which has proliferated into so many other series. I was charmed by the Eleven and amused by their soul nature. Other ancillary characters lacked a little depth, but there was a wide array of them introduced and they fleshed out the scenes nicely.

The problems I had with Eternal Pleasure weren't character-based, nor were they centered on the concept of the book. It wasn't even the plot itself, which I thought had some promise. Where this book broke down for me was the execution and delivery of the plot. There are lots and lots of paranormal romance series that are similarly themed (and I read most of them): a brotherhood of badasses fighting together against a seemingly unbeatable foe. Ward does it, Kenyon does it, Showalter, Adrian...and the list goes on. And on. It's a familiar and well-tread theme. Through them I've realized that the devil is in the details, and there just weren't many here - and those that were didn't make a lot of sense in this book.

I tend to visualize the worlds that authors create, the arc of their series, the plots of each book, and the characters that inhabit them all as deep, wide, dark lakes full of promising story in which I like to swim. In Eternal Pleasure, though, instead of been thrown deep into that story lake with the force and creativity of the exposition, narrative, and dialogue, it felt more like the author took a flat rock and skipped it across that glassy surface, and the book was the sum of the spots the rock touched as it danced across the top. I never felt submerged into the world, the plot, or the characters lives. Too many things went unexplained, or avoided, or danced around. Instead the focus was on the relationship between Ty and Kelly and a lot of repetition about Ty's struggle with his T-rex nature.

We're allowed to know that dino-boys aren't just dino-boys (that's probably a good thing, because...well...ew). Before that they were something else, and it's big and awful and crippling...but their memories have been wiped because of the trauma it would cause them or the distraction it would provide. That's convenient for a couple of reasons - not only to cue the dark, mysterious music and try to add a layer of threat and mystery (unsuccessfully), but also to provide danger for the women who love them, and who will have to enter their beast and join their soul to be their mates (apparently, verbal commitment and a ring just don't cut it with dinosaurs and PNR series with this sort of theme are all about the metaphysical connections). Unfortunately, all the potential for scary threat and "no human love can survive that" angst was ultimately unrealized when the story stone skipped its way across that part of the lake.

It was a problem that recurred throughout the book. Lots of teasers and hints and nudges towards a bigger picture than a bunch of dinosaurs stalking the night...lots of skips of that stone over what could have been a deep, dark, delightful lake of story...and no real moments of sinking in and getting any more than your toes wet. It was impossible for me to connect to the story or the characters more than superficially because of it, and in some places (most notably the scene where Neva disappears and the events that follow), make the characters concern even for each other seem false and unrealistic (hard to believe someone could be SO upset over a person's disappearance when they had only met that person once...in passing...and impossible to sustain belief in the bosom buddy attempt following it).

There's promise in the originality of the concept, there's comfort of familiarity in a favored theme, and there are characters and story I could care about...but if the next book doesn't do more diving than skipping, I think I'll be leaving the Gods of the Night shores.

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Kelerana
I've read a lot of paranormal books and series, but this was a first! It had the typical, paranormal players, good versus evil, and even a predictable ending, but I never saw the dinosaurs coming. That was an unusual spin. The writing was good, the characters weren't that believable, nor was the alliance between the paranormal parties. It didn't really make a lot of sense and was pretty wacky. There were many sub-stories that were unresolved, so that was a bit annoying as a reader. While this is a series, I won't be continuing with it. I'm one, and done.
Abuseyourdna
Excellent Read! HOT!

Now this book totally Wow'd me. I love the paranormal world and when you think of shifters you think of were-wolves, were-cats, etc... But I never thought about Dinosaurs. Oh my God, there is no creature fiercer than a Dinosaur and talking about sexy - WOW, they are very primal and ravaging.

I loved the fact the story takes place in my home town "Houston, Texas" and every time I read and recognized a place where the characters went I couldn't stop myself from smiling because I knew exactly where it was. Nina Bangs I applaud you for doing your home work on the big city of Houston, Texas.

The characters were out of this world amazing and my mind enjoyed imagining these dinosaur creatures walking through downtown Houston or even just fighting or should I say taking a couple of bites out of crime - LOL.

The story line was very exciting and I love the alien twist of sending the bad guys back into the cosmos. The romance was so sweet, ravaging hot, and I loved the HEA ending. I am totally addicted to the series and look forward to reading the second book "Eternal Craving".
Tejora
This is the first book in the Gods of the Night series; a paranormal romance. Unlike the author's prior books involving vampires, shapechangers and demons, this book has a much more serious feel to it. It too has vampires, werewolves and demons, but it also has something much older.

The bad guys have been around since the beginning of time; a group of nine led by one very powerful leader. Their purpose is to cause havoc and chaos at the end of each era so the new era begins as a mess. They've always been successful. It's currently November 2011 and the next era begins on December 21, 2012. They want to wipe out humanity but can't hurt them directly, so they recruit other creatures to do their dirty work for them.

The good guys have been asleep for sixty-five million years. Their souls are awakened and given a new body to use. Of course the body is well-built and gorgeous. They are a group of ten led by one very powerful guy who has downloaded all information about the current time and how to act human. Did I mention that the souls were all dinosaurs at one point? When needing to fight, their soul shapes take over. Their job is to take one city at a time and take out the bad guy doing the recruiting in that city in order to save humanity.

Kelly had been hired by Fin, the group's leader, as a driver for Ty, making Kelly and Ty the main focus of the romance. When faced with everything bizarre right away, she wants to back out, but she finds that she was hired for more than just driving. She has a talent that will be needed in defeating the bad guys.

This has a slight feel of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter series in that the leader of the good guys, Fin, reminded me somewhat of Acheron. There is also a ceremony the women who love these guys must go through to accept their beast and what they were before that.

I found the story, characters and the romance to be well written and exciting.