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*** Bonus material included in this book for Dream Unchained and Dark Wolf ***
Known best for her creation of the Chanku in both the Wolf Tales series and the first book in the Spirit Wild series, Dark Wolf, Kate Douglas has pushed the boundaries of erotic romance and continues to do so in her Demon Lovers series.
“This is the first book in the Kinncaid Brothers series and let me say it’s fantastic. These pages are filled with suspense, murder, and mayhem as well as love and humor. I can’t wait to . . . read the next chapter in the Kinncaid family. Enjoy!”
—Fallen Angel Reviews: Five Angels: Recommended Read
When Kate Douglas first published Wolf Tales she broke the rules of romance. Continuing to do so with every book she writes, Kate is now writing Demon Lovers, a short story series full of erotic passion.
Kate Douglas captivated the world of erotic romance with her groundbreaking Wolf Tales series and today she continues to push boundaries with the Demon Lover series.
“. . . Kate Douglas provides a Mercury-hot paranormal erotic romance that will burn the readers’ fingers (and a few other spots).”
—Harriet Klausner about Wolf Tales
From R. Narvaez, a board member of the Mystery Writers of America, New York Chapter, and exciting new voice in noir . . .
“If there is any justice in the world, [R. Narvaez] should become a giant on the literary noir scene within the next couple of years.”
—Anthony Neil Smith, author of Yellow Medicine, on the story “Roachkiller”