Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Book Review: 'Maizy the Bear Charmer' by Heather Rainier

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What do you do when you have to choose between your calling or true love?
Maizy Owen is a kindergarten teacher in the small town of Divine, Texas. She is fulfilling her calling to shape the young minds of the future. Despite a recent break up from her fiance, Maizy is living a pretty good life. Her brother, one of the heros from the previous book in the series, Lucy’s Revenge, is getting married and is happy. Her new sister-in-law rocks and her nephew is blossoming. And then she meets the three bears.
Cody, Heath and Spencer’s are brothers we met three books ago in Tiny Dancer. Thrown together during their time in foster care, the men formed an unbreakable bond. Did I mention that they are super tall, muscled and sexy? Yeah. When they see a woman performing a mesmerizing belly dance on Halloween, the guys are done for. Hook, line, sinker. But before they can meet her she’s gone from the club. Believing they will find her the men set their plan in action and ready themselves for the love of their life. Thankfully it doesn’t take much to convince their belly dancer she’s the one when they finally meet her by chance.
These three men instantly grabbed my attention when they first graced the page and as a fan of the series I was eager to hear their story. I really enjoyed how the author made the story focus on how strong true love can be if you let it. Heather Rainier again proves what an amazing author she is with her 16th novel in her Divine Creek Series. Ms. Rainier is able to keep her tales fresh and make her fans salivate for more while keeping us in touch with the series favorites. Oh and she’s really great at making her fans hate a character so much we swear at our e-readers.
Again, I applaud the authors recent addition to her ever expanding series and personally I hope to never see it end!


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