This book consists of 3 stories that surround the location of Chimera Island. This place is where paranormal creatures can find mates in humans. Douglas's story was pretty cute, but I didn't care too much for the other two.
Great book. Can't wait to read Volumes 2 and 3 when they become available. I wouldn't mind taking a trip to that island myself.
Erotic Paranormal Romance Anthology from Changling Press. An aging actress goes to Chimera, with her personal assistant, to find her mate in an Elven Dragon King. Then, Trina goes to Chimera, just to recover from finding her boyfriend together with her best male friend. Wanting to get away from all men, she finds 3 men (with tails), who want to bond with her. My favorite story is Gloria's: Type A personality, who runs a Museum is blackmailed by her staff to take a vacation. Gloria is tough, demanding, and doesn't take any crap. She's met her match, with a God! Too funny. Good book. Steamy. Worth a credit.
Multi-author themed anthology [Kate Douglas and Eve Vaughn and Alice Gaines] - pretty much a sex fest. Contains one story with m/m contact and one with 'moresome' sex. OK read although I found myself flipping through the stories pretty quickly.
There are several in this series.
from the publisher:
Not your average dating service. This one caters to creatures of the ether... Weres, Vampires, Elves, Faeries, Satyrs, Incubi, and much more.
It's a world of fantasy, of lust and love, but most of all, it's a world of dreams-come-true for the lucky few who arrive on the pristine shores of Chimera Island...
A dragon, an unhappy Hollywood movie star, a gay elf, and a bodyguard come together on the mystical island of Chimera in Kate Douglas's Finding Magic.
Not one, but three luscious men await Trina on Chimera. Indulge your wildest erotic fancy with Eve Vaughn in 4 Play.
The God of the Sea longs to capture Gloria VanSant and make her his own. His bait -- a one way ticket to Chimera in Alice Gaines' Sea God's Pleasure.
Wish I had read more of the reviews before I ordered this book. Kate Douglas has a way with words, so I found her story ok, but the other two - yuk. The writing was so awful, you couldn't take the story seriously - it was that bad. Two stars is being generous.