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Peter travels from place to place for the next few years. After some time he settles down and goes to work for an escort service. Peter likes his new life and stays longer than he planned…he even falls in love. Through all his years he has kept his hunger for flesh at bay. One fateful night, however his past finally catches up with him and he must face his fears. Tonia Brown has written a pretty good story in Lucky Stiff. Tonia Brown gets huge props for combining great sex and a zombie. Brown brings Peter back as a zombie is extremely imaginative.

The climax—no pun intended—of the story is quite unexpected. However I thought the end of the book was just a little too neat. I like my horror messy, inc luding the end. Adult Content Review by Colleen Wanglund. MaryJanice Davidson's 8th installment of the Undead series also known as the Betsy the Vampire series is written from two different perspectives throughout the book.

Half of the book is written directly from Betsy's point of view and the other half is written from the view of Dr. Mark Spangler, who is one of Betsy's roommates. Betsy, her boyfriend Sinclair, their adopted son BabyJon, and her best friend Jessica fly off to Cape Cod at the start of the book to visit the Wyndham Werewolves. They are on a mission to return the deceased body of their fellow werewolf, Antonia, to them. The Wyndham Werewolves are more accusing than welcoming, as they can't comprehend how one of their own could have died protecting a vampire!

Adding to the stress between the werewolves and the vampires is BabyJon. The werewolves seem to be uneasy around him, but Betsy can't fathom why they would be uncomfortable around a baby. It seems there might be a bit more to BabyJon than meets the eye. While Betsy is away, sister Laura, the Antichrist, has a bit of her own "party" going on. She has sent their friend Tina away, brought in a group of Satan Worshipers, and has even started killing vampires. Mark is doing everything he can to get in touch with Betsy, but unfortunately every time he sends her an e-mail he types it in text messaging shorthand and Betsy can't seem to translate it.

Sinclair tries to call Tina to check in after not having heard from Tina in a few days and finds out that their phone service had been cancelled. It looks like the only way to find out what is going on is to head home, but they can't do that until they resolve the whole "war" with the werewolves on how it is Antonia died.

Just your average Betsy week, right? Once again, MaryJanice Davidson has written a light, fun read that the reader will fly right through and that leaves you wanting more. The quirky dialogue is always what I most look forward to in a Davidson book and this one is no different. In this particular book, I think some of the funniest lines were in the emails sent from Mark to Betsy where he was using the text messaging shorthand. Betsy was having a lot of trouble figuring them out, but it was fun sorting them out. I mean, come on I am definitely ready to see what happens next with BabyJon and Laura so would like to have had a longer book in that sense, but it'll be well worth the wait for number nine!

MaryJanice Davidson's books are always a joy to read and are usually a one or two sitting read. I just can't put them down! Jonas, Fred's best friend, who insists on dragging her around to help plan his wedding, which Fred hates!

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And to make matters worse, her boyfriend, Prince Artur, proposes to her! Now Jonas is all excited at the prospect of planning a royal wedding for her. Can things get any worse? This is Fred we're talking about. Of course they can! Thomas Pearson, marine biologist, and the guy Fred chose over Artur. Fred's long-lost father, Farrem, who she has never met and who all the other sea folk think is their worst enemy.

How's a girl supposed to cope with everyone in such close quarters It's a shame that this is the end of the series, as I have really enjoyed the characters in this trilogy. Davidson definitely could have continued on with this series a while longer as there is much more potential, so I'm hoping that more will come from these characters in spin-off stories somewhere down the road. Dialogue is definitely Davidson's strongest suit and this book is filled to the brim! Jonas had some of the quirkiest lines in the book and Fred's foul mouth makes me think of times I want to say something to and don't.

I admire her for being so outspoken.

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She is never afraid to speak her mind, and that shows in this book, as she spoke up to several of the head people, including her own father. It's amusing as well, as they all tend to just laugh at her when she goes off on a tirade instead of getting angry with her. I'll miss hearing about Fred, but I did like the way that Davidson ended this book. I thought it was a good finish. I think all readers of the paranormal romance genre will enjoy this fun, fast-paced read.

In Kate Douglas' latest release in the Wolf Tales series, we learn about the lives of six young, new, Chanku. In the beginning of the book they are split up. Three of them go to stay with Ulrich and Millie in Colorado and the others stay with Anton Cheval and his pack in Montana. A chunk of the book takes place in Montana where there is still a fear that, after the attacks from book seven, all is not quite "right".

When an intruder is discovered and identified, will the Chanku give the person time to explain the reasoning for spying on them, or will they just go ahead and kill them? In the meantime, in Colorado, who is really teaching whom more, the elders or the new youth? This book was a "growth book" for all intents and purposes, and a lot of lessons were learned by both old and new Chanku.

I can't wait to see what Douglas will have in store for us with future releases in this fabulous series. A dream sequence featuring Anton Cheval starts off this seventh. In his dreams, he is in capable of moving and calling out for help yet he realizes that both his mate, Keisha, and his daughter, Lily, are in trouble. Sensing his struggle within his dream, Keisha wakens him and offers him comfort, but Anton chooses not to tell her about the dream in order to avoid worrying her. He is unsure if it is just a recurring dream for him or if it is a premonition, but soon attacks on the Chanku start, and Anton starts taking the dreams more seriously.

He calls all the Chanku together, thinking that united as one they might be able to figure out who is behind the attacks and stop them. Douglas has developed some very sympathetic and likable characters throughout the series, and readers who have grown attached to them may find this book difficult to read. I don't want to say any more than that for fear of spoiling the book for future readers, but it was an extremely emotional read and showed another area of writing that Douglas excels at.

She stumbles into an old friend, Mei Chen, who is in a bit of trouble, and decides to help her out. The experience leads Eve to believe that Mei might be Chanku, though something seems a bit "off". Missing her packmates and wanting help with Mei, she calls "home" for help. Adam, the man she left behind, as well as Oliver, jump at the chance to come see Eve again, not knowing that there is another woman in the picture. Of course, Oliver is more than ecstatic to meet Mei when they reach Florida.

Adam and Oliver agree that they are picking up something different about Mei though. Is she really Chanku? If so, what is it about her that makes her stand out from the rest of the pack? Kate Douglas does a great job at building compelling characters. Adam is one intense guy! This particular book has some jaw-dropping moments. I really wasn't expecting where Douglas went with Mei Chen's character at all.

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Let's just say, this book was very full of surprises! Readers will enjoy being able to absorb themselves in the magical world of Wolf Tales VI. It would be amazing to be surrounded by people like the characters in her books every day. But, since that obviously isn't going to happen, I will count on Kate Douglas to keep my fantasies rolling. Here, two more women are added into the mix, Manda and Millie.

Scarred from the cruel treatment she has endured in her past, she fears being around others, not knowing how they will treat her.

Baylor Quinn, feeling lost without a mate of his own, takes it upon himself to seek Manda out in hopes of helping her. While Baylor is off on his "mission", Ulrich Mason is off on one of his own. Anton Cheval has requested that he seek out a woman by the name of Millie West, who he believes is Chanku, and help her make the transition to wolf.

He thinks that Ulrich is the only one to do it and that this could possibly be a new mate for him. Can Ulrich finally move past his wife's death and take a new mate? I loved the way Baylor explained everything to her and how she was so shy and naive. It was like he was talking to a child the whole time rather than a grown woman. It truly was a magical story between the two of them and I was happy that Baylor got his "happy ever after".

Overall, this was a very powerful book, as it had a lot of depth and emotion to it. Douglas made a lot of connections between characters that I wasn't expecting and had a lot of surprise twists. The series just keeps getting better and better! Lisa resides in Colorado and works at a wolf sanctuary. At this particular sanctuary, wolves have been turning up missing and Lisa's boss has been pointing the finger at her, because he has seen her out late at night in areas she shouldn't be in just looking at the wolves.

She can't tell him, but the reason she is out there is because she feels close with the wolves.


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Once Tinker gets to town he helps her understand the attachment she has to the wolves. Tinker and Lisa, with the help of Pack Dynamics, a Chanku Detective agency, solve the case of the missing wolves. This is the most action-packed book in the series yet. There are lots of subplots, and Douglas comes from all angles with little plot twists and surprises to keep readers on their toes. I was on the edge of my seat for quite a while in this book, not knowing how the wolves were going to escape when they were "caged" at one point.

It was very suspenseful! I was also really happy to see Tinker finally find himself a mate in this book after being the "third wheel" in previous books within the series. I know he was greatly loved by the others in his pack, but he was missing that extra special bond between mates. I love how Douglas keeps the balance flowing between erotic scenes and the rest of the storyline. Readers will also appreciate how she keeps adding onto the storyline without using awkward flashbacks to provide background.

At the beginning of this novel, Shannon has a male visitor over who is about as boring as a wet noodle in bed. She excuses herself to take a shower, while hinting that he shouldn't be there when she comes back. Luckily for her, Jake pulls up and sees her attackers smuggling her into their vehicle. He is able to knock them out and steal her away from them, and their wild adventure begins, with Shannon wrapped in nothing but a blanket, knowing nothing of Jake Trent but his name.

The first scene in this book had me rolling with laughter as it brought back memories of past experiences I've had in life. It was definitely a memorable scene in the book and I have to give kudos to Kate Douglas for that chuckle straight away. Going beyond that, yet again, she has kept my interest piqued tremendously with this series. Not only are new characters introduced to and intermingled with the previous cast, but there is one character that comes into play in this book that you wouldn't expect to be Chanku at first, but it's a pleasant surprise and actually quite a powerful addition to the Chanku.

The mysteries of why the Chanku are being targeted for attacks is also explained a bit more, so the whole storyline starts to come together. Douglas does a really great job keeping the storyline pumping and making you wonder just what is going to happen in the next book and who is going to end up mating with who. Rookie cop Lucien, Luc for short, was trying to protect a group of kids in the park from what he thought was a wild wolf chasing after them.

After shooting the wolf, he approached, and instead found a beautiful naked woman, dead. Ulrich has realized that Luc is also one of the Chanku, like Ulrich, his late wife, and his daughter Tia. What will happen now, as Luc has killed this man's wife and the mother of his child? The world of the Chanku is further revealed in this second release of the Wolf Tales series. There are numerous characters added to the series within this book. Also introduced is a detective agency called "Pack Dynamics" which helps at a lot of "meat" to the storyline.

Whereas book one leaned rather heavily on sex scenes, this book balanced out a bit better due to a kidnapping that took place in the second half of the book. I feel that Douglas is building up for an even stronger balance as she gets more characters established, but she already has a really good standing right now. The characters are very strong, the writing style is fast-paced and fun, and the love scenes are smokin' hot! At some point, persons with some degree of social perception should know where to draw the line.

Your judgement as to where that line goes is broken. It is not a matter of freedom of expression; it is a matter of encouraging psociopaths. I would like to refer you to my manifesto page. This is fiction, not a lifestyle guide. There is a huge amount of fiction that focuses on eroticism in all sorts of areas that go beyond what is normative or socially acceptable.

Should we ban it all? Fiction about serial killers, fiction about mass murders, fiction about all sorts of violence. I am sorta confused, he saves his cock for his wife yet he is so close with her. The story made you think, and try to puzzle it out. Picture one of those heart necklaces made of two halves, each intended to be worn by different people. Now imagine a story where the point of view alternates between her perspective and his; combined, the two experiences make up the whole. It could be done as a collaboration, but I can tell you have the skill to write both halves, if you felt inclined.

Though it should be done with different characters, the shared theme is the strap on. Can you see how that could be? But let me back up, so to speak, and explain something. At one point, the woman made a reference to using a strap on on him and he had a low-level meltdown. I found myself going from merely thinking of it in the abstract to feeling a little intrigued. Our sex life has been satisfactory for both of us yes, I ask her regularly. Now do you see my problem? Aside from my own doubts- such as what this might say about my manliness- I worry about her reaction.

No, the truth is nine times out of ten I prefer to dominate our sexual adventures. I hold her wrists overhead as we do it, or tug her hair or flip her from one position to another and she loves all this. And now I know I want her to fuck my ass with a strap on. I picture her grinding on me as she strokes my cock and I get SO turned on. Then I imagine telling her about my fantasy— and picture her recoiling in shock, her beautiful face scrunched up in disgust.

I want what I want, but at the same time, I never want her to look at me like that. So I keep this to myself. I really hope we will come to see our erotic lives as something other than our sexual lives, and realize that it is mostly mental. Sex is a physical function, but eroticism is emotional, intellectual, cultural… so much more complex. You build such deep characters in such short stories. Keep nurturing your talent.

And keep the rest of us pleasured. Thank you for the frankness of it. The fascination is how, why, can I be a better lover? I am still curious, even hopeful! Favourite so far is Bequeathed, although I anticipated the ending. Interesting characters in many of the stories and am turned on regardless of your intent. I visit your site time and time again. Absolutely love your style of writing and the variety of characters and plots.

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You are incredible at small descriptions that make a huge difference to the reading experience. Have you got any published work out there? When I read your work, a film plays in my mind. The realism of your work is amazing, I particularly appreciate the work you put into suspense and elements of surprise. This is a breath of fresh air, you are truly talented! Long experience writing in other fields says that I do have some ability but I have yet to transfer that skill to my satisfaction pardon the pun to erotic stories.

You, on the other hand, seem to have mastered the art and I have enjoyed several of your stories so far. Your email address will not be published.