It took a few minutes for her eyes to adjust to the darkness, and when they did, she got to admire an alien landscape of snow, the surface marred in spots by snowmobile tracks. A distant light on the garage didn’t do much to illuminate the yard, the crescent moon with its wan glow off the snow doing more for visibility. Between the two sources, she had enough light to notice movement coming from the front of the house, a lumbering motion that made its way to the porch steps. Given the proximity, she had no problem recognizing the massive freaking bear that plodded up them. And she meant massive!
This story was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. I have to say “lucky me”, as I would have bought it anyway, there are some authors that you just have to “one click” on Amazon and this is one of them.
Tammy is feeling self conscious about her weight after her last boyfriend cheats on her when she finds herself sent to
for her job. She is investigating the
insurance claim involving missing cargo from the transport trucks that are ran
by Reid Carver. He is the head of his clan and is a shifter bear. She finds
herself spending the nights at his house with both Reid and his grandmother. Now Tammy does not believe that there are
actually shifters out there, and Reid and his clan do not like to publicize
themselves so it is funny to watch them try to explain away the sighting that
she has. Alaska
Of course she finds herself smack in the middle of danger and Reid has to rescue her. Now along the way it seems that there is a fair bit of attraction between the two of them and it has the reader wondering is they are destined to be mates.
I really enjoyed this story and found it was really easy to read. Eve Langlais has a great way with her characters and makes them so true to life and likable that the reader is able to simply just enjoy the book, the story lines all flow together so effortlessly. All of her characters are nicely rounded out and the secondary characters all seem to be very involved in the story line and I certainly hope to be able to read more about some of them in the future. I would rate this story a 5/5.