Book Review: Kate Douglas’ Wolf Tales 9

Posted January 19, 2011 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Kate Douglas’ Wolf Tales 9

Wolf Tales 9

It is part of the , series and is a erotica, paranormal romance in Paperback edition that was published by Aphrodisia on January 1, 2010 and has 246 pages.

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Ninth in the Wolf Tales subseries and seventeenth in the overall Chanku paranormal erotica romance series about a race of shapeshifters. This story is set in Montana.

My Take

I like this informal series as it promotes love, support, and caring of each person in the group. They are fiercely protective of each other and of anyone outside the pack who needs help.

The Story

Tia is giving birth to twins and the pack has gathered in Montana to be there for her.

As they wait, each tells the tale of how s/he discovered his or her heritage and became a part of the pack.

The revelations of primal desire and human need made this night will bring the Chanku closer than even they dreamed possible. But will the bond be strong enough when the united packs are called upon to save the most vulnerable among them…?

The Characters

The Montana Pack
Anton Cheval is the alpha. Oliver has been his friend from the start of their journey of exploration and is currently in charge of security and driving. Stefan Aragat and his mate, Xandi (Wolf Tales, 1).

The San Francisco Pack
The pregnant Tia Mason and her mate, Lucien “Luc” Stone (Wolf Tales II, 3). Mik and AJ with their mate, Tala Quinn, pregnant with twins (Wolf Tales IV).

The Maine Pack
Jacob Trent.

There are more, but this is what I could piece together five years after having read it. What can I say, my reviews have changed in depth.

The Cover and Title

The cover is warm tones of peach and brown with the nude upper half of a couple embracing with a dark brown at the base of the cover providing contrast for the author’s name in gold and the title angling above it in white. The upper right corner is the lightest with clouds crossing a full moon.

The title is information, if unimaginative, as it is indeed Wolf Tales 9.