Wicked Nights

Wicked Nights

Nina Bangs / Jun 03, 2020

Wicked Nights In an adult theme park the Castle of Dark Dreams is home to three extraordinary brothers who promise ultimate fulfillment for any woman bold enough to accept their sensual challenge

  • Title: Wicked Nights
  • Author: Nina Bangs
  • ISBN: 9780425203705
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In an adult theme park, the Castle of Dark Dreams is home to three extraordinary brothers who promise ultimate fulfillment for any woman bold enough to accept their sensual challenge.

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      • Nina Bangs

        Talk about misspent youth What did I do during those lazy summer days of childhood when I could ve been honing my writing skills Nothing Okay, so I spent a lot of time dreaming I was a cowgirl with a trusty black stallion Oh, and I read every Walter Farley horse novel I was an only child so I relied on my imagination to supply the excitement in my life.By high school, I d decided to trade in my lariat for a trench coat I was into dark and dangerous As an intrepid foreign correspondent, I d stalk the mean streets of the world Did I actually write anything No, but I did read all of Agatha Christie s mysteries.I worked at a department store during college My short stint in the accounting department taught me a lot about math Three hundred dollar shortages plus hysterical tears equaled instant move to gift wrap A career in math was not in my future I didn t care because I d discovered real literature I plowed through James Joyce s Ulysses and Tolstoy s War and Peace If it didn t make my eyes cross then it wasn t worth reading Yes, I admit it, I was a literary snob.Nina and best buddy, Barbara Joyce.Folk singers extraordinaire.But there s just so much real literature one person can take I graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in English Literature and a determination to avoid books that induced eye crossing or had tragic endings The only things I managed to write during those years were research papers.I taught second grade for several years then spent two years in Dublin, Ireland A friend and I supported ourselves by singing folk songs in Irish pubs We weren t great, but we were young, enthusiastic, and wore short skirts It was obviously my destiny to be the next Judy Collins I spent a lot of time poring through music books.Returning to New Jersey and reality, I taught elementary school until I grew restless again My cross country odyssey included stays in Arizona, California, and Texas Along the way, I indulged my love of horses No black stallions, but I did have several beautiful Arabian mares I read tons of books on breeding and showing.Somewhere between California and Texas I grew addicted to romance novels and cats The cat s independent attitude was exactly the quality I admired in my romance heroes And once I decided to try writing my own romances, I made sure a cat crept into each story.Texas is my permanent home I ve come full circle Born in San Antonio, I spent most of my life in New Jersey Maybe the Texas in my blood accounts for my attachment to strong men, fast horses, and wide open spaces My love of cats Haven t a clue.


    461 Comments

    1. Why am I reading trashy vampire romance novels? Because it's totally the hottest trend in publishing right now. Duh. But, man, I must have picked a bad one. This writing made me want to hold my nose.


    2. Hmm This book was tacky, but in a good way. It made me laugh, with Jessica and Sweetie Pie and Sparkle Stardust; I mean, how could you not laugh? It was actually a pretty good book all-in-all, the background for the characters was intriguing, the dialogue was witty and the Castle of Dark Dreams was an excellent setting for this paranormal romance. I would recomment this book to anyone who doesn't mind reading about sensual vampires (who unfortunatly have too long hair), strong minded women, and [...]


    3. I really like how Bangs writes her vampires they are able to read minds plus they can control quite a bit of other things with their with their minds if you know what I mean (blushing). This story has humor, demons, a talking cat that love opera (she is more than a cat), a ghost, a meddling candy store lady, two plants that lives and grows on sex, romance and a fun fantasy theme park. A good quick easy read. Eric is a tall dark and dangerous vampire that loves chocolate and control. Donna is a t [...]



    4. I feel bad rating a book 1 star but god it was awful, for me anyhow.I didn't like Nina's style of writing, it just didn't flow right. The plot kept getting interrupted by unnecessary musings/descriptions/explanations. The interaction between the characters had potential but never really sparked my interest!As for the characters themselves ugh! I disliked them all. Maybe I'm picky but they just didn't have any depth or likeable qualities. And don't get me started on the namesI feel so mean giving [...]


    5. I didn't even get past the prologue. Who the fuck is named "Sparkle"? I only bought this because (a.) it was for sale at The Dollar Tree and (b.) the author's name is Nina Bangs. I mean, that's a joke, right?So, between the back cover and the prologue, I'm thoroughly disturbed. What the fuck is an Adult Theme Park? Who greenlighted this manuscript?


    6. Almost gave this one 3 stars, but then decided against it. It was an ok book and even got good towards the end, but it just lacked something can't put my finger on it, but it didn't have that shazam effect on me that really good books have. It's an ok read though, and if you enjoy paranormal romance, you might be willing to give it a go.




    7. This was the first of the "Wicked" series. It was a little goofy corny. I'm not sure I liked it completely. It was okay and a fast read.


    8. Oh. My. God. I think Nina Bangs is my brain twin and possibly Tom Holt's somewhat more romantic doppelgänger, and I absolutely freaking LOVE her, even if she calls herself Nina Bangs, of all things!! ;P I read a lot of funny books, so I won't go as far as to call this the funniest book I've ever read but it's definitely the most hilarious Paranormal Romance I have come across to date. Possibly the most ROFLMFAO one ever written. IN THE HISTORY OF PNR. I heart my crappy local book exchange, bec [...]


    9. This book wasnt inherently badbut it wasnt good by any means. I read the blurb that states the setting is an adult theme park. I being the naughty minded girl i am was thinkingwell naughty minded girl thoughts. What it actually is is a castle where actors play out your fantasy but not reallyy until the good part then you get "rescued" by another actor. Boring. Really i shouldve known better and quit when i realized there was going to be a character named sparkle stardust (i kid you not). Sadly i [...]


    10. More like 3.8 for me. I LOVED a lot of it and I thought some of it was kinda "cheesy" The fantasy scenes for example. Hard to read and VERY cheesy.The storyline was "OK", a bit "odd". The background on these characters was interesting and looking forward to reading more about them. LOVED Asmina! lolDonna and Eric. He's NOT your typical vampire. He reminded me of a puppy actually. Really sweet and just wants to love someone who will love him back and know the REAL him, not the stigma that vamps h [...]


    11. THis is a story about 3 men who say they are brothers. One is a vampire, another is a love slave, another is a demon. The Castle they provide fantasies for is owned by a mysterious person. There is a wizard who is the lawyer and helps with the fanties keeping them on time. THis book is about the Vampire and him finding love. THere are several funny supporting characters, a sex crazed candy shop owner and a cast who is connected with Bast. It is a very fun read.


    12. I enjoyed Nina Bangs' Wicked Nights. It's a contemporary vampire romance that is graphically erotic. It's fun, witty, irreverant, modern, and sometimes sweet. What it isn't is goth, dramatic, brooding. Wicked Nights doesn't take itself too seriously. I like the theme park/midnight radio premise; it's original. I reccommend reading it while eating candy. You'll look at chocolate covered cherries in a whole new way.


    13. A wonderfully delishous tale about a late night radio talk show host airing in the Castle of Dreams. Donna meets a vampire going by the name of Eric Mcnair. Not only does donna meet creatures she has never dreamed existed, she has experienses of lust, love and Fantasys .I just really wished there were more love scenes. Don't get me wrong, there were plenty but I really love me some vampires.


    14. This belongs in my 'guilty pleasures' book list. Nina Bangs does a wonderful job of writing about a centuries old vampire and a young woman who happens to be a talk show host. Lovely erotic passages and fun interaction. I enjoyed this book.


    15. This was the 1st Nina Bangs book I have read and I was not that impressed. Granted some parts are pretty steamy and will about bring a blush to your face but for me the story just felt trashy :o( I have several more of her books on my tbr pile and I am hoping that this one is a fluke


    16. Trashy romance? Yes. Depth? Nope. Outrageous characters? YepWould I read it again? AbsolutelyNot everything worth reading has to be sad or overly long. Sometimes short and sexed-up works just fine. Love Nina Bangs!!


    17. I only liked the cat and wizard characters. The whole novel seemed overdone and the passion overblown. Plenty of sex, but it felt mindless. Mind the plants. So, this book is off to tour the world on eBay.


    18. Just didn't dig this series. Read it because a friend of mine did/does. It was super corny. Plants that thrive off of others having sex, etc. I know I read paranormal craziness, but this was too much for me.


    19. I did not enjoy this book. I had a hard time finishing it and probably will not read the rest of the series.



    20. This was the first book I read by her and I have to say it was awsome. Not just the steamy sex scenes and there was plenty, but the way the characters interacted with each other> totally awesome.





    21. 2.5*This book took me forever to get through! I really liked the general idea, but I couldn't shake the feeling that something was constantly missing! Like i've been plopped in the middle of a world that wasn't explained or developed at all I mean, starting with the basics - what is an adult theme park?! No one thought to explain this! Or, how does a "fantasy" work?! They act out a fantasy, but I don't see how this would work and why would it be amusing to anyone - it's described just like actin [...]


    22. synopsis:donna is a late night talk show host who has to respond to the crazy women calling in and claiming that they've been sexed by vampires at the castle of dark dreams. when she arrives at the adult fantasy land, donna does indeed meet a vampire in one of the fantasies played out daily. what she doesn't know is that the castle is an excuse to hide the true nature of the brothers who run the castle. eric doesn't need a nosy talk show person around his castle, but because the owner told him t [...]


    23. It started off a bit slow and I seriously wondered if I was going to like it. But it turned around and surprised me. Eric and Donna made a great couple. I was interested in the glimpses that were given into Brynn and Conall and will read their stories too.Wicked Nights is listed as the first of the Castle of Dark Dreams Trilogy. After finishing it, I checked out Nina Bang's website and I think it's also related to the MacKenzie Vampire Series (Eric is a vampire and a Mackenzie) - the excerpt for [...]


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