In Other Worlds

In Other Worlds

Paperback - 2010
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Three of the author's most thrilling stories in one volume. In 'Fire and Ice', a beautiful virgin on the run crosses paths with a sexy ex-assassin, whose emotional scars only she has the courage to heal. In 'Knightly Dreams', the dashing hero of a novel comes to life and makes fantasy a reality for one woman. And in 'Dragonswan', a woman must help a shape-shifting dragon trapped between two worlds.
Publisher: New York : Berkley, 2010.
Edition: Berkley mass-market edition
ISBN: 9780425233207
Characteristics: 294 pages ;,18 cm.

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vloveg
May 01, 2012

Fire and ice (4 stars?)
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I read the original version of this story in the Man Of My Dreams anthology. I understand that she expanded it a little in this volume, and while I liked it, it wasn't good enough to re-read for the differences. Unfortunately I didn't write a review of it at the time, but I recall liking that each character showed strength and vulnerability. Mutual relationships (fortunately) seem to be more prevalent in fantasy/paranormal books.
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Knightly dreams (3 stars)
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I read this story in the What Dreams May Come anthology. I really enjoyed Knightly Dreams (3 stars), as is usual with Ms. Kenyon's work. However, I didn't think this was one of her stronger stories. The premise was interesting, but the pacing felt off and I never quite hooked into the characters.
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Dragonswan (3 stars)
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Since I started reading the Dark Hunters series, I wanted to come back and pick up this story. I enjoyed the background lore around the weres in the DH universe. The characters were strong and had decent depth, considering the novella length. I didn't grow particularly attached to them though.

v
vloveg
May 01, 2012

Fire and ice (4 stars?)
/
I read the original version of this story in the Man Of My Dreams anthology. I understand that she expanded it a little in this volume, and while I liked it, it wasn't good enough to re-read for the differences. Unfortunately I didn't write a review of it at the time, but I recall liking that each character showed strength and vulnerability. Mutual relationships (fortunately) seem to be more prevalent in fantasy/paranormal books.
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Knightly dreams (3 stars)
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I read this story in the What Dreams May Come anthology. I really enjoyed Knightly Dreams (3 stars), as is usual with Ms. Kenyon's work. However, I didn't think this was one of her stronger stories. The premise was interesting, but the pacing felt off and I never quite hooked into the characters.
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Dragonswan (3 stars)
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Since I started reading the Dark Hunters series, I wanted to come back and pick up this story. I enjoyed the background lore around the weres in the DH universe. The characters were strong and had decent depth, considering the novella length. I didn't grow particularly attached to them though.

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jdatwell
Jun 15, 2011

loved it some much.
the league is falling one by one. i'm so happy it was great.
adron gets a happy ending yes.
taryn gets her happy ending.
talk about meeting mister right.
finally things are coming around for the arcadians.
each tale is great.
old friends and new friends.
great great great reads.
kenyon is the best.

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