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Series: Kodiak Den #3, Alaskan Den Men #8
Title: Bear to Love
Author: Amy Lamont
Published: January 18th, 2017
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book.
I usually avoid stories involving menage situations but this one is such a cute read I’m very glad I read it! Macy Black is the youngest of five siblings and the only female, when you then consider that they are all were bears, it just isn’t a surprise that they are highly protective of her and that she likes to rebel – even if they aren’t aware of it. She’s a secret musician, part of a group that plays in bars and clubs. There’s no way her were bear family would allow this! She’s also a real sweetheart, looking after any injured animals at the local shelter and always trying to help anyone who is in anyway upset.
Nash Dixon and Gage Stone are ex-special force soldiers who had a horrendous last mission that has left them both traumatised, finding it difficult to cope unless they are together. When Macy decides to try to help them both, they’re all in for surprises and romance. However, with her highly protective brothers and their unusual situations, things won’t be simple or straightforward for any of them!
This is a lovely, sweet story, a tale of love against the odds and love helping heal. A delectable paranormal romance that is great to escape into. I can’t wait to read more from this author and the associated series!
Softhearted and rebellious bear shifter Macy Black can’t stand to see any creature, man or beast, in pain. So when her big brother’s two best friends return home from deployment with battle scars that go way beyond skin deep, she makes it her mission to help them heal. But when her desire to help turns to flat out desire, she starts to question everything she thought she knew about love.
Former Special Forces soldiers Nash Dixon and Gage Stone barely made it out of their last mission alive. The only way the two werebears are able to deal with the aftermath is by sticking close together. They both fear the bond they forged in battle may be the one thing that keeps them from finding their true mates. But when their best friend’s little sister forces her way between them, they might find that’s exactly where she belongs.
Warning: This story contains possessive, alpha bear shifters and a big helping of heart melting romance. Just like Nash, Gage, and Macy, the Kodiak Den stories are better together, but each one can be read as a standalone.
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