- Release Date
- July 2011
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
The Final Chapter
Gifted with exceptional strength and extraordinary sensuality, the shapeshifting Chanku have learned to survive on their own, far away from their one true home in the mountains of Montana. But as the years pass, the packs begin to long for one another, for the incredible passion they enjoy together and for the erotic pleasure they find only with their own kind. . .
It is then they hear Anton's call. He has learned even more about the fascinating past of the Chanku. And the young girl, Lily, has made the most astonishing discovery of all. . .
The time has come for all Chanku to come together as one, to reclaim their primal past and to enter an amazing future that no one ever dreamed. Their epic journey is over, at least for now. . .
Sep 17, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
64 people found the following review helpful
When a born leader, the pack alpha, decides to call his family home, all should be at peace. But even with a world of trouble behind them, he has no idea he hasn't faced the peak of trials...but he will.
Anton, the Montana, Chanku alpha leader has mixed feeling about bringing home his extended family. Many years have passed since he'd found his mate and the search for the displaced weres started. When the Chanku goddess snatches his child from her bed, he's torn between accepting fate and his baser need to protect his young. His daughter Lily has been chosen, but he has no idea for what or how it will affect his people. Only the loving comfort of his pack and his mate can help him keep his calm and his mind...
I've read at least half of the Wolf Tales series and am not usually disappointed, but I think the story was too big and should have been split into a trilogy for the ending. There were three major plotlines and all of them left me dissatisfied. I had more questions than answers and when I finally finished, I put the book down, stared off into space and questioned if anything was resolved. Then I reread it and realized that everything I thought had happened, had actually happened and I still wanted more. I wanted my answers.
With that being said, the sensuality of the book was exactly what I expected and love about Douglas' writing. The characters were real and exactly as I remembered them. The emotional rollercoaster was there. Everything was there that needed to be, just not my answers.
If you are a Wolf Tales fan, you'll enjoy the reunion. I know I did.
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