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Other Magical Creatures Paperback – 1 Apr 2009
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The opening tale, "Crossroads" by Sommer Marsden, features an intriguing threesome: Wes, who's sold his soul to a vicious, shape-shifting she-devil for a successful art career; Sabrina, the tall and dark-haired witch and sometimes erotic baker; and Ty, whose gorgeously solid body hints at his ability to shape-shift into an exotic white tiger. But the devil will have her due, ending a would-be-perfect love triangle, unless Wes's lovers are willing to sacrifice for him. This story hits all the right notes, providing romance, a hint of intrigue, suspense ~ and, of course, hotter-than-hell sex.
"A Family Most Unconventional" by Mychael Black is, ironically, the most conventional of the paranormal stories here, in that it deals with a pack of werewolves and not more unusual supernatural creatures. This is not to say the story is uninteresting, though. Ric Deveraux, who seems fated to become the next alpha male of his werewolf pack despite a long absence, is a well-drawn and likeable character. The sexual tension between him and Quinn, who had been his brother-in-law before his wife passed away, adds bite. The "will-they-or-won't-they" waters are further clouded when beautiful human Sonja shows up, but the three of them just may work out perfectly as a threesome. Intensely emotional, this tale grips the heart, but still doesn't skimp on the sexy details.
"God of Wine" by Dianne Fox returns to the demonic theme, but this time, the succubus, Maggie, is the heroine. Her magical power depends on sex. When her ex, magical bounty hunter Tor, comes around wanting to make their off-and-on arrangement more permanent, Maggie gives in to the temptation. Despite Maggie's "no ex-gods" rule, however, neither she nor Tor can resist the temptation to bring her boss, former wine god Dean (Dionysus, no doubt), into bed with them. Again, the sex is hotter than hell.
Other Magical Creatures is an imaginative read, full of sensual delights, and perfect for lovers of paranormal erotica.