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At one with the darkness, the mysterious Shadowdwellers must live as far from light-loving humans as possible in order to survive. Yet one damaged human woman will tempt the man behind the Shadowdweller throne into a dangerous desire Without a stranger’s aid, one At one with the darkness, the mysterious Shadowdwellers must live as far from light-loving humans as possible in order to survive.
Without a stranger’s aid, one rival would surely have succeeded, but Trace’s brush with death is less surprising to drank than his reaction to the beautiful, fragile human who shaodwdwellers him.
By rights, Trace should hardly even register Ashla’s zhadowdwellers within the realms of Shadowscape, but instead he is drawn to everything about her—her innocence, her courage, and her lush, sensual heat. After a terrifying car crash, Ashla Townsend wakes up to find that the bustling New York she knew is now eerie and desolate.
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. The bond between Ashla and Trace is a mystery to both, but searching for answers will mean confronting long-hidden secrets, and uncovering a threat that could destroy everything Trace holds precious.
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She’s followed up her ‘Nightwalker’ series with the ‘Shadowdwellers’, and the first novel “Ecstasy” is a winner for me. The first series introduced her creation of an Earth inhabited by paranormal creatures and focused on the battle of what humans call Demons. This series shifts the focus to another race. A race that exists both in and between Realscape and Shadowscape. Two different, yet co-existing realities that can and do affect each other and the creat Fans of Jacquelyn Frank can rest easy.
Two different, yet co-existing realities that can and do affect each other and the creatures living in either. When Ashla suddenly finds herself in a world that’s totally empty of any living creatures, she’s pretty freaked. After all, once she’s gorged herself on the never-ending feasts, shopped for free in all the best stores Manhattan has to offer, fulfilled her curiosity by seeing anything, anywhere she wants, all the while spoiling herself in the lap of luxury that is the Plaza hotel So when she’s surprised by the sudden appearance of two men fighting, with swords no less, she’s pretty sure she really is insane.
But after the deadly battle when one lies dying, she can’t help but heal him Trace is truly shocked when he realizes the creature who healed him is not a Ghost or a Fade, but a real human. For one who has lived as long as he, her existence would have been enough of a puzzle, but when she heals him from a mortal wound, he finds himself drawn to her I don’t confuse Frank’s stories with any other writers and considering how much I read, that’s a real compliment.
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Her universe is complex and filled with diverse races, each with a rich culture and history that unfold as her series progresses. Having said that, I now must resign myself to wait for the next installment, “Rapture”, scheduled for publication in July View all shadowdwellere comments.
Jan 01, Jenny Rebecca rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jacquelyn Frank’s new book “Ecstasy” was disapointing to say the least. I counted at least 7 plot themes I’d seen in at least 4 different books from differnt authors, most remarkably J.
While I would never go so far as to accuse Ms. Frank of plagerism, I would definitely accuse her of unoriginality. I shadowdwwellers fell in love with the character of Trace who’s zhadowdwellers sexuality was off putting. I wanted him to at least try to stay away from Ashla for a few seconds. There is something Jacquelyn Frank’s new book “Ecstasy” was disapointing to say the least. There is something wonderful jacqelyn being wanted so thoroughly, however Trace’s obsession sounded less romantic and more chafe inducing.
And the special guest star appearance of Gideon from the “Nightwalker” series had me laughing out loud.
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It felt like I was watching an afterschool special with a guest spot from Mr. My trust is on hold. I will read her next book, but I fear my eye may be biased. My favorite quote pg in reference to Ashla being pregnant.
Jan 02, Buggy rated it liked it Shelves: 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. After a horrific car accident our impish heroine Ashla awakens to find herself in Shadowworld.
A strange version of New York City without any lights or people. It is also a place of endless night. Just as she grows accustomed to her solitary, dark world Ashla is confronted by a sword baring warrior named Trace. He is a Shadowdweller. A being able to exist in two demensions; Realscape our world and Shadowscape an in-between world i. If a Dweller however remains in Shadowscape too long he risks ‘Euphoria’ a deadly form of selfish lustfulness.
Trace has been followed into Shadowscape by a conspirator against the Shadowdwellers. He manages to kill his enemy but is mortally wounded in the process. Normally those stuck in Shadowscape such as Ashla are unaware of Shadowwalkers like Trace but fortunately for him she not only sees him but possesses the ability to heal with her touch.
After healing Trace Ashla takes on his injuries and Trace, feeling responsible as well as an unexplainable connection to her lingers in Shadowscape and begins experiencing Euphoria. Ashla accommadates Trace in his sickness and they both discover that she is turned on by submission.
In Trace’s culture selflessness and gentleness while making love are paramount and much time is spent schooling the youngsters in all manners of lovemaking. However Trace is so filled with Euphoria that he has all consuming, selfish sex with Ashla for days on end without relief.
Evenually Trace is brought back into Realscape by two Shadowwalker warriors sent to rescue him. Leaving poor Ashla alone again in her gloomy spirit world. As Trace recovers back in Realscape he is filled with guilt and vows to return into Shadowscape, find Ashla and make amends. Unfortunately his people have begun their annual migration to Alaska and when he recovers enough he is expected to lead them.
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I jacqueoyn initially intrigued by the idea of someone living in an in-between world of darkness and solitide but when I had to read a whole paragraph explaining what a lie means in Shadowese culture and every single detail regarding that society including sex education, history, religion and politics. I was frankly overwhelmed and became bored with the complexity of the world Jacquelyn Frank has created.
There is little character developement with Trace and Ashla and I didn’t ever really get a jacqhelyn for their characters. The many pages spent on their lovemaking are crass and border on erotica more than romance.
Fans of the Nightwalker series will be thrilled however by a scene in the final pages when Gideon makes a brief appearance. 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. View all 5 comments. Apr 10, DarienMoya rated it really liked it Shelves: The Shadowdwellers series has captured my interest and I wanna know all about the nightlife, and the sexiness that is shadow dweller.
Shadowdsellers Ashla in a coma and trapped in shadows cape, what is shadowscape? A place where the soul of a someone goes shadowdwlelers wander, ehadowdwellers knowing they might be dead and they no longer living in reality. Yet shadowscape co-exist with realscape and they form an interesting intertwining bond.
Trace is shadow dweller and a powerful one, there are those seeking to destroy him and all he holds dear. While battling a traitor of their people in shadows cape he is injured and his wounds are fatal. The woman who comes to his rescue should not be able to acknowledge his presence, but this fragile human woman not only sees him but heals him with the touch of her hands.
One thing that is clear is that Ashla jadquelyn not be able to see him, or feel so warm so real. Trace knows this human female is something special but he has to find out just how special.
The story then becomes an education in shadow dweller, their customs and beliefs, and shadowdwelers look into the political war of their world.
Trace discovers some important truths about Ashla, and Ashla comes to know about the world she belongs grank, and finally about herself. I loved Trace and he frabk my stomach do some swan diving, it was all types of good. I am really interested to see what becomes of other characters, so fa sure I will be continuing the series. I squealed like a pig, when Gideon made an appearance love me some Nightwalkers and I was a lot more interested in Gideon in this book, than his own book.
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