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Wolf Tales VIII (Wolf Tales #8)

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Welcome To The Pack...

In the shadows they transform into beasts possessed of boundless sexual energy, with the strength and stamina to indulge every primal urge. Now, six new Chanku have appeared—bold, brash, and very much in need of their elders’ wisdom. It is decided to split the young pack: three will travel to Montana to learn from Anton Cheval, and three to Colorado t
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ebook, 256 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Kensington Publishing Corporation (first published January 1st 2009)
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Amara
People really seem to love these books. And yes, they have really hot erotic sex, but this was just over the top for me. I was fine with all sex, but the sex while shifted thing was just too much... I'm just not quite sure what to do with that. For me, that is just too "sex with an animal"...no thank you.

I'm surprised I didn't find that mentioned anywhere in discussions of this series. Perhaps I’m the only one bothered by that. I am actually hesitant now to buy shape shifting erotica. I have st
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Rhonda
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 ti ...more
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Anne
This book is divided into two parts. The first part I thought was a little slow, but maybe it was just me. I really enjoyed the second part. Great ending. Looking forward to the next installment!
Rayni
I really think this book is a foundation building book for the remaining books to come in the series. Lots of twist and turns while embracing the new 20 something age chanku. It's very well done.
Ju
This was a great read. It was great meeting the new younger members and their stories. I loved it.
Rosalee Tabor
Wonderful collection. Loved all the wolf tales. This is one of my favorite series.
Irene
love love love this series ;) one of my top favorites
Cindyg
So good, this was a great series. Go for it.
Sarah
Awesome series. Love the sexy wolfs
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Some people just seem to know they are meant to write, but it can still take a while to figure out exactly what their career will entail. Kate Douglas started out writing radio copy for a country western radio station in 1972, wrote and illustrated an educational cartoon strip for the American Mosquito Control Association for a number of years, was a newspaper reporter for a small town weekly wher ...more
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