Thursday, September 28, 2017

Book Review: 'Bound to the Bear' by Rebecca Thomas


Alaska author Rebecca Thomas writes historical, paranormal, and contemporary romantic fiction. This book BOUND TO THE BEAR is Book 3 in Rebecca’s series ‘Denial Den’ and as the series has progressed it simply grows stronger. The well-known shifter stories of werewolves suddenly take a back seat to bears!

Entering the popular realm of paranormal shapeshifter romances Rebecca’s very short story manages to get all the spice and erotica in place. Her brief plot summery outlines the story well – ‘A fake relationship with consequences…Werebear Stefan Vane has a job to do—protect his witness. He devises a plan to keep the stubborn she-bear at his family’s remote wilderness therapy camp. Her identity must stay secret. They agree to pretend they’re a couple. But her smart mouth and sexy curves are distracting. He’ll do whatever it takes to make sure she’s safe, only he never expects the lines between what's fake and what's real to become so blurred. Tess Trevino is the only witness in a botched robbery attempt. The perpetrator is arrested, but her life is threatened. When witness protection sends an extremely hot detective to protect her, she can’t say no. Her stomach does twirly-twisty things when he's near and since her bear has been in hibernation so long, she can't resist him. The arrogant, devilishly handsome bear says they will stay in a remote cabin...alone. Things could be a whole lot worse than being stuck with a smooth-talking stranger, but when her feelings become real...pretending gets complicated.’

More romance from the realm of Alaska and the paranormal – this is a fast entertaining read. Grady Harp, April 17
This book is free on Kindle Unlimited.








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