Book Review: Kate Douglas’ Sexy Beast

Posted December 29, 2010 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Book Review: Kate Douglas’ Sexy Beast

Sexy Beast II

by Kate Douglas, Kathleen Dante, Noelle Mack


Series: Chanku #6, Sexy Beast #2

Other books by this author that I've reviewed include Wolf Tales 9, Wolf Tales 10, Sexy Beast VII, Wolf Tales, Everlasting Bad BoysS, Sexy Beast 1, Wolf Tales II.

Genres: Erotica, Paranormal Romance

This Paperback has 256 pages and was published by Aphrodisia on April 1, 2007. Discover more about it at Goodreads. You can also buy it at Amazon

An anthology of three erotic stories involving animals.


“Chanku Fallen” (Chanku, 6, Sexy Beast, 2)

The Stories

Kate Douglas‘ “Chanku Fallen” is part of the erotic Chanku series of wolf shapeshifters and their menages. It’s actually very sweet how protective the pack is about each other.

The nominal adventure in each story is simply an excuse for sex and “Chanku Fallen” begins with Mik and AJ as bondmates searching for the long-lost sister of one of their pack when they encounter a woman, Tala, being brutalized in a bar. She naturally stows away in their SUV and they rescue her right into their bed.

Noelle Mack‘s “Fantaisie” is a fascinating approach in an erotic tale involving a talented hair dresser and a duke’s son caught in a time warp. Hired to dress the mane of his lion, Tanya discovers that Jean-Claude is a very gifted psychic talent capable of projecting sexual fantasies through his circus and tapestries about his life.

It was a good story until Mack ran out of the number of pages she was allotted and had to quickly finish abruptly, tamely, boringly…

Kathleen Dante‘s “Call of the Wild” was fun, mixing a touch of werewolf culture with the “normal” world and leaving the reader with a desire for a series.

Deanna has taken a vacation to discover her roots when a truck runs her off the road in a tiny mountain town. A very accommodating deputy sheriff, Graeme, rescues her and gives her a lift…in more ways than one.

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