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Bear Meets Girl (The Pride Series) Paperback – April 1, 2012
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The suspense storyline takes a backseat to all the character interactions, but I love it that way. Although, this particular suspense plot involves Crush's foster mom, and her need to stop Crush from finding out a truth that could and will ruin her. In order to get him off her back, she orders a distraction that impacts Cella and her future. In that sense, the suspense portion plays a big role in the direction Cella's life is going to take at book's end.
What I always look forward to most about this series are the characters and their insane personalities. Every single person is different, and I love the mix that Laurenston always gives us.Read more ›
1.) I actually would like to give it 3.5 stars instead of 4 stars... I liked it, but it was not as funny or engaging as other Pack/Pride books by Shelly Laurenston. The intimate encounters between Lou "Crush" Crushek and Marcella "Bare Knuckles" Malone are pretty hot, but not as romantic or emotionally engaging as in previous books. The story line intros a shifter "group" seemingly from no where, and although this is much more of an ensemble cast of characters, details of each character -- except Crush and Cella -- are slim... you will have to read other Pack/Pride books for their details. Cella's family is pretty detailed, but Crush's family is only moderately touched on. Crush's character also starts out with another nickname: Lou "By The Book" Crushek, but by the middle of the novel, he's pretty much given up his moral high ground. Not even sure why, other than something to do with shifters versus humans and Crush starting out as a under-cover vice cop for the NYPD (human division). Oh, and his foster mother is a crazy bear shifter with her fingers in a lot of illegal honey pots, and Crush enjoyed being on the good side of law which drove her even more crazy. The only other detail you'll find is that Crush has two brothers... but I don't want to spoil that surprise, which is a little bit of a funny read.
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Overall the book was only fun because of the supporting characters. I really liked that Lou and Bo became friends and that was the highlight of this book for me. And though this book was lacking a lot of the humorous scenes that make Shelly's books so much fun to read, it did have one fabulous scene where Blayne is talking to Lou about how he feels about Bo and she want to make sure that the miracle of someone liking Bo has really happened so she's interrogating Lou and she asks: Do "you ever want to stab him in the face or set him on fire or go back in time and destroy the origin of his bloodline?" Classic.
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I always enjoy her writing, the characters are fun! The dialogue is great. Witty and sweet. I definitely recommend this book.Published 14 days ago by Kindle Customer
Marcella “Bare Knuckles” Malone is a Siberian She-tiger who is a “protection contractor” for the KZS. Basically, she is a hit woman for the feline government agency. Read morePublished 3 months ago by One Curvy Blogger
This is one of the most annoying books I have read in a long time. Not only are the two main characters irritating and over-the-top, the author also didn’t deem it important to put... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sapphire Zen
I have read many Shelly Laurenston’s books. I find them all very funny, very sexy, and good reads. When I got to Bear Meets Girl, I was very curious to see how she was going to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Heidi Ulrich
love me some of Shelly Laurenston pack series books. She makes me laugh, snort and sometimes pee myself. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pamk
ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.
Cella is a no holds barred girl who has no problem giving the new bear that she wakes up with a hard... Read more
I enjoy Shelly Laurenston's writing style; her sense of humor connects well with my own. I hope many more readers discover this writing talent. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janet