Immortal Ecstasy

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Disguised as a male, Daphnis seeks Leuc's help, but doesn't count on falling in love with him. Leuc has never been attracted to a male, but finds himself drawn to Daphnis. He has yet to learn that appearances can be deceiving, especially when a nymph with the power of glamour is involved. With bonus short story, Immortal Blush. Historical fantasy romance novella, approx. 30,000 words. More

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About Lanette Curington

Lanette Curington lives in rural west Tennessee with her family and a clowder of cats. She is multi-published and author of the critically acclaimed futuristic romance Starkissed, published by Silver Heart Books. She writes steamy romance as Lani Aames and supernatural and horror fantasy as Lane Champion. She has been published since 2000. For more information about Lanette’s other books, visit her website:

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Review by: cjarcher9 on Feb. 13, 2011 :
I love ancient history and romance so the combination in Immortal Ecstasy was irresistible. I wasn't disappointed. Curington has crafted an interesting tale set in Ancient Greece with an alpha hero you can't help falling for. The heroine, a water nymph disguised as a man, is plucky and easy to like. The plot was uncomplicated as she tries to ingratiate herself into the hero's mercenary group in order to persuade them not to fight for her village's enemy. I did have a few issues with the plot however, mostly surrounding an underused villainess. It was as if Curington set up this character to throw a spanner in the works near the end but unfortunately she didn't follow through on the promise. I forgave this and a few other minor quibbles because I was so wrapped up in the rest of the story, the characters and the sexy situations as Leuc reluctantly found himself falling for a man. Immortal Ecstasy was an enjoyable novella and I wouldn't hesitate recommending it to anyone interested in an erotic ancient civilization romance.
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