Heroes and Heartbreakers Reviews My Dangerous Pleasure

What stands out most after reading My Dangerous Pleasure, fourth in Carolyn Jewel’s Immortal series, is this: The hero, while totally the alpha male you’d expect a demon to be, is also incredibly sweet to the heroine, a human with latent magic being threatened by a mage.

The typical urban fantasy/urban fantasy romance hero is usually pretty slutty, with a bad-ass attitude to match. He’s generally pulled into helping/saving/working with the heroine, often begrudgingly, and…yada, yada, you know the drill. Iskander, Jewel’s hero, fulfills the slutty part of the equation, but even though he never planned any sort of involvement with Paisley Nichols, he brings no pissed off, sullen, or I’m-the-boss-of-you attitude into their relationship.

His behavior is adorably, utterly, cluelessly male …

Laurie Gold, Heroes and Heartbreakers

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