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- File Size : 1070 KB
- Publication Date : March 30, 2009
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 288 pages
- Publisher : Aphrodisia; Original Edition (March 30, 2009)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B002361NUK
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,381,214 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Six young drifters have formed a bond of sorts and spend their days in San Francisco at an exhibit of Tibetan grasses in the park, chewing on the variety of sweet grasses while they chat. When one drifter is threatened something amazing and scary happens. Luckily a stranger is there to help the group and with the aid of her two mates they all learn who they truly are and what their potential can be.
Once again readers get the chance to visit with sexy shifters in "Chanku Honor". In this latest tale we meet six new members and renew our acquaintance with old friends. If you love the series this is a very good addition while new fans will be made once "Chanku Honor" is read. Welcome to more hot wolves in "Chanku Honor"!
"Wings of the Swan" by Anya Howard
Saxon chieftain Rulf spends all his waking and some of his dreaming hours worrying about his people and his village. The Christians are forcing non-believers to bow to their religion or die. Rulf fears that his people will have to move further north or fight to the death for their way of life. To give him some clarity he is told to visit a waterfall and pool. Once he arrives, Rulf comes upon a swan maiden named Inga, a daughter of the goddess Freyja. The lonely Saxon and the innocent maiden become embroiled in intrigue, betrayal, and possibly death if they aren't careful. While their lives are spinning out of control, Rulf and Inga find passion and love.
Enjoy a lovely historical romance with a paranormal twist by reading "Wings of the Swan". Vivid imagery, primal male chest pounding, and a powerful yet naïve virgin add up to "Wings of the Swan", captivating until the last page.
"Animal Instinct" by Lydia Parks
Something is savagely killing men in the Alaskan bush. Inspector Rachel McNeil has hired Inspector Nikolai Volsky to help her track whatever it is. Nikolai fears he knows exactly what is killing the men -- the legendary Cushakna. The beast is unknown to humans, but definitely known to Nikolai and his people, which is how they'd like to keep it. The killer must be eliminated without Rachel knowing about it as well as keeping Nikolai's secrets safe. At the same time Rachel and Nikolai are forging a bond whether he should or not and that's just as dangerous.
Spicy, sexy, and sure to whet your sensual whistle, "Animal Instincts" is hot. Twists and turns in the plot, along with carnal encounters make for a very entertaining tale. "Animal Instinct" sizzles.
Sexy Beast VI is the latest incarnation in a very successful series with author Kate Douglas and this time around authors Anya Howard and Lydia Parks as well. Readers can enjoy three very different, yet very good paranormal romances in Sexy Beast VI. Another new plotline plus old friends add a fresh touch and we get "Chanku Honor". Next we are treated to "Wings of the Swan", a solid historical with a sweet shifter tale. Finally, the hot "Animal Instinct" with more twists and a mystery. Overall, all three stories have something to offer and definitely fulfill the Sexy Beast VI vibe in this entertaining series.
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In "Wings of The Swan" by Anya Howard, I enjoyed the take on the Swan Maiden myth, especially as it went the Norse mythos route. However, Inga's quick 180 from being a quiet but seemingly secure daughter of Freya to a love-slave irked me. Hot sex, but characterization just felt a bit off - I was enjoying the other human women in the story more than the heroine.
Onto "Animal Instinct" by Lydia Parks. This was a good read. Again, mythological beasties thought dead & gone. I liked the heroine, and the hero as well. I would hope the author will delve into his Shapeshifting background more in future books/novellas.
Overall, the ONLY reason I got this book, and would recommend it - is for the next chapter of the Chanku saga. Otherwise, I would have saved my money.
"Wings of The Swan" by Anya Howard. Deep in the northern Germanic woods, the Saxon chief sees the daughter of the Goddess come from behind a waterfall, but knows she must not be human as no mortal could be that beautiful.
"Animal Instinct" by Lydia Parks. Rachel investigates the serial killings that look like a sentient animal as the culprit. Her inquiry leads to Siberia where she works with shapeshifting Russian detective Nikolai, whom she is attracted to but fears he knows more than he is telling her about the predator.
These hot erotic paranormal romances are entertaining tales though the novella format never enables the full loving relationships to gel to the point that the fantasy elements seem real. Still series fans will relish the latest "Sexy Beast" torrid tales as once again the heat is on amidst the mystical legends.