Wolf Tales 10 Adam
Author: Kate Douglas
Series: Wolf Tales
Print Length: 305 Pages
Publication Date: September 11, 2017
Like all Chanku, Adam Wolf is a loving and sensual creature, and the only thing he values more than his connection to the pack is the deep and eternal bond he shares with his life mate. When she’s taken from him in a tragic accident, Adam is wracked by despair—a despair that quickly turns to rage when he realizes her death was caused by the incompetence of the selfish goddess Liana, who was meant to watch over them.
Liana reveled in the power and freedom that came with being a goddess, but her desires led to her abusing her newfound powers of sensuality and seduction and ignoring the needs of the pack. When her carelessness leads to a loss of life she should have prevented, the punishment is swift and severe—she’s demoted to life as a mortal, and sent to live among the very pack the dead woman came from.
With no choice but to adjust to her new role, Liana surrenders to an onslaught of exquisite sexual indulgence, a test to see if she can she fit in and learn to give as good as she gets. And Adam, torn between his grief for his lost mate and his Chanku duty to Liana, will be forced to reexamine his ideas of belonging and love, even as Liana will have to discover whether, when faced with the ultimate sacrifice, she will make the right choice . . .
If you’re looking for a hot page turner, in the genre of paranormal romance. Then look no further than Wolf Tales 10: Adam penned by Kate Douglas. If you never read one of Kate Douglas books, then you’re in for a big treat.
Wolf Tales 10: Adams was a scorching page turner. You won’t be complaining that this book didn’t have enough sex.
Adam Wolf had it all a job he loves doing and a lasting bond he shares with his life mate. Until one day he lost everything in a matter of seconds. But where to lay the blame!
It seems that for the Chanku they have a goddess to make sure that nothing bad befalls them before their time. However, Liana the goddess who was supposed to be looking out for Adam Wolf and his life mate was otherwise engaged and failed her charges. For that penalty, Liana was relegated to live her life out as a human.
To me, Liana didn’t have it so bad. I think she had more action as a human than if she would have stayed as a goddess.
I don’t how I really feel about this book. I can’t decide if her coming to terms as a human was the plot-line or Liana realizing that being a goddess was so overrated.
****But be advised that this story was originally published on July 1st, 2009.****