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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Forever; First Printing edition (1 Jun. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446617660
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446617666
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 2.5 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,388,627 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A romantic comedy - a paranormal romance.

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Stephanie Rowe is also the author of a series of young adult books written under the name of Stephie Davis.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Book Addict TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 Feb. 2007
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Justine Bennett faces a huge dilemma; can she kill the man she could love in order to prevent her mum from being sent straight to Hell into the arms of a besotted Satan and herself from an eternity in The Chamber of Unspeakable Horrors? After 200 hundred years pretty much stagnating as The Guardian of Desdemona's Temptation (aka Mona the cup of eternal life) with only an 11 foot blue scaled, cybersex addicted dragon as company, Justine would be having the time of her life with all the excitement suddenly overtaking her seriously dull existence; that is if her mum's soul and her own life weren't in serious jeopardy.

Millionaire creator of the no carb pretzel, Derek LaValle knows to the second when he will die and with only one week left before his scheduled demise, he is determined to break the curse haunting the males of the LaValle line by beheading the Guardian of the Goblet of Eternal Youth and taking a long swig of the contents. One problem, after finally meeting Justine, he's now unsure whether he can put his own life, and the life of his twin brother Quincy before hers.

Justine's sort of dead mother Iris is determined not to succumb to the temptations the gorgeous Satan offers; however her daughter appears to be expediting her deportation to Hell by failing in her duties as Guardian. Instead of killing any mortal who knows the secret of The Goblet, her wayward daughter instead heals Derek with 2 sips from Mona (currently morphed into an espresso machine but later becomes a large bottle of massage oil for legitimate reasons) after almost killing him with a gunshot wound to the stomach. The now nearly immortal Derek is not one to hold a grudge and believing honesty is the key to a healthy relationship, dutifully informs Justine that he too intends to kill her.
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By Book Addict TOP 500 REVIEWER on 31 Aug. 2008
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Justine Bennett faces a huge dilemma; can she kill the man she could love in order to prevent her mum from being sent straight to Hell into the arms of a besotted Satan and herself from an eternity in The Chamber of Unspeakable Horrors? After 200 hundred years pretty much stagnating as The Guardian of Desdemona's Temptation (aka Mona the cup of eternal life) with only an 11 foot blue scaled, cybersex addicted dragon as company, Justine would be having the time of her life with all the excitement suddenly overtaking her seriously dull existence; that is if her mum's soul and her own life weren't in serious jeopardy.

Millionaire creator of the no carb pretzel, Derek LaValle knows to the second when he will die and with only one week left before his scheduled demise, he is determined to break the curse haunting the males of the LaValle line by beheading the Guardian of the Goblet of Eternal Youth and taking a long swig of the contents. One problem, after finally meeting Justine, he's now unsure whether he can put his own life, and the life of his twin brother Quincy before hers.

Justine's sort of dead mother Iris is determined not to succumb to the temptations the gorgeous Satan offers; however her daughter appears to be expediting her deportation to Hell by failing in her duties as Guardian. Instead of killing any mortal who knows the secret of The Goblet, her wayward daughter instead heals Derek with 2 sips from Mona (currently morphed into an espresso machine but later becomes a large bottle of massage oil for legitimate reasons) after almost killing him with a gunshot wound to the stomach. The now nearly immortal Derek is not one to hold a grudge and believing honesty is the key to a healthy relationship, dutifully informs Justine that he too intends to kill her.
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This book is the literary equivalent of candy floss. Looks good, provides a few minutes of entertainment, but is ultimately mostly air and leaves you feeling you've missed something. Justine Bennett, Guardian of the Goblet of Eternal Youth, is housebound, celibate and has only an eleven-foot sex-starved dragon for company. Until Derek LaVelle comes knocking on her door. He's seeking to kill Justine as a means for ending the curse upon the men of his family - and he's only got a week to do it before the curse claims him too.

Zany, kooky, madcap and ultimately rather shallow, this is a mix of paranormal romance and comedy that doesn't quite work for me. Justine and Derek are perfectly nice characters, but that's all they are - nice. I didn't really get invested in their situation, and they were often outshone by the side characters, such as Theresa the dragon and Justine's mother Iris, who's being relentlessly courted by Satan. Justine and Derek talk alot about their immense sexual attraction and the fact that they have to kill each other, but I never felt that attraction.

The side characters are an issue all by themselves, as Rowe repeatedly labours her jokes until they become seriously unfunny. Theresa's constant quest for cybersex, pretzels and violence quickly wore thin, as she apparently has no underlying personality. Satan was ludicrous - phrases such as "love pancake" and "love muffin" just sound wrong coming from a character who's supposed to be king of Hell. And Satan Jnr? Just don't ask.

There are some nice touches, such as the Goblet's shifting into an espresso machine to fit into modern life better, and Rowe obviously has an unusual mythology for Hell that she plans to expand.
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