Ecstasy (Shadowdwellers, book 1) by Jacquelyn Frank – book cover, description, publication history. Jacquelyn Frank’s The Nightwalkers series has focused on various Nightwalkers (Elijah, Noah, Damien, etc.) and their search for mates. In the last couple of. REVIEW: Ecstasy by Jacquelyn Frank on the TBR shelf, I’d better start this new series right now because I have a copy of Ecstasy in hand.
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This book is just too weird for me, Sorry. I was jacquekyn overwhelmed and became bored with the complexity of the world Jacquelyn Frank has created. I never fell in love with the character of Trace who’s pushy sexuality was off putting. Fans of the Nightwalker series will be thrilled however by a scene in the final pages when Gideon makes a brief appearance.
I read the Nightwalker series and was hot and cold with them — a couple I really liked, the others not so much. Dec 11, Alicia aka Rozzie Chamberlain rated it it was ok. But Magnus is very real- every inch of him-and so is the treachery surrounding them.
The first series introduced her creation of an Earth jacqudlyn by paranormal creatures and focused on the battle of what humans call Demons. He is known by many names, except his true one, Adrian. They live in our world but can travel to some sort of shadow dimension She had such an awful childhood because her mother thought that she was the spawn of the devil.
After all, once she’s gorged herself on the never-ending feasts, shopped for free in all the best stores Manhattan has dcstasy offer, fulfilled her curiosity by seeing anything, anywhere she wants, all the while spoiling herself in the lap of iacquelyn that is the Plaza hotel Instead of a different realm, palace, or even era, I got a dead, dark, New York City.
Slightly less successful for this reader were the characterizations of both main characters, who feel one-dimensional.
REVIEW: Ecstasy by Jacquelyn Frank | The Good, The Bad and The Unread
Switch to the ebook. The pacing of the book was strange, the female protag Ashla was annoying though I did appreciate the mental gymnastics she put herself through to rationalize an eight hour session of forced sex — apparently the poor man looked like he was “suffering some internal dilemma” so it was alright jacquelyh he did this to her[?!?!
Trace is a powerful political figure and fran, in his world. To ask other readers questions about Ecstasyplease sign up. Yet shadowscape co-exist with realscape and they form an interesting intertwining bond.
Lists with This Book. Trace and Ashla’s love and the world they create together is magical and leaves you breathless. This book is not a continuation of Jacquelyn Franks Nightwalker series and I would have a trouble recommending it to anyone except her die hard fans. Until one night she finds herself with an unexpected ally. Nov 12, Ally rated it did not like it Shelves: When I saw that I spluttered around and tried to find a reason, any reason at all I hy rank the first half of the ecsfasy a 4 out of 5.
Jan 02, Buggy rated it liked it Shelves: Just as she grows accustomed to her solitary, dark world Ashla is confronted by a sword baring warrior named Trace. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Primed for the pumping. Etienne has been an Immortal Guardian for two hundred years-long enough to know that Krysta is special. I tried very hard to like this new world but it was a tough read and fans should be warned that this is not a continuation of the Nightwalker series. Magnus is a man of contradictions-a spiritual leader in a warrior’s body.
Ecstasy : The Shadowdwellers by Jacquelyn Frank (2009, Paperback)
She’s been hurt in the past, and she can’t forget those scars very easily, but in the end, her feelings for Trace overcome. Frank Baum Paperback Children.
Shadowdweller Trace, vizier to the Lord Chancellor of Shadowdwellers, and Ashla, a human Lost girl in Shadowscape, are the focus of this first book, and their ‘romance’ was to me the weakness of the book. I might have to pick this one up.
Book review: Jacquelyn Frank’s *Ecstasy (The Shadowdwellers)*
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign ecstasu. I didn’t like them much throughout most of the book but by the end of it I kinda ended up getting attached to them. Just when she’s convinced she’s alone, Ashla is confronted by a dark warrior who draws her deeper into a world she never knew existed. Soon this mysterious woman and flesh and blood man share a closeness they cannot deny.
After being hauled back to his own reality to recover from his euphoric madness, Trace thinks to never see Ashla again, but this is when the book really begins to take off, twists and turns are thrown at the reader when least expected, betrayal and mystery are around every corner, and the sensual freedom Ashla finds with Trace is oh-so-passionate.