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Bear Prince: BBW Shifter Paranormal Romance (Royal Bears Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Andrei is a bear shifter prince who meets her when defending her from a guy who is trying to force her into his apartment. He has a migraine headache that won't go away and ends up spending days with her in her apartment. He started out by being endearing and caring. As the story progressed, he fell out of character and was not much more than another lustful dude, making her say words that she wasn't comfortable with and basically being a total jerk.
Hannah's character wasn't much better. She, too, slipped out of character. She asked very few questions when she mated with Andrei. That was unreal to me. She'd been raised in a strict religious community and didn't even know him before she gave it up to him. She was a girl out on her own for the first time in a big city. This brute of a guy is staying in her apartment and they end up in bed but she doesn't ask any questions? She didn't even know his real name. She thought his name was Andrew and he didn't tell her the truth until they were in the throes of passion.
By the end of the book, I didn't care about her at all. She'd flown off to another country with Andrei's mom, writing her parents a letter and telling them what was going on, and then we don't see them until after she is with Andrei in Andrei's country, yet they were supposed to be an important part of her life. If her character had stayed true, she would have been frightened and apprehensive instead of just going with the flow. She would have been filled with questions at the very least.
If she'd never been to the big city and had never traveled, why would she have the need for a passport? But she conveniently had one when she had to travel to Andrei's country. Why wasn't she upset when she found out she was pregnant? This girl came from a strong religious background and you don't get pregnant out of wedlock when you're brought up like she was.
The flow of the story was even, meaning there were real no ups and downs, no surprises, and the ending was predictable. These things, combined with the characters falling out of character, earn this book three stars. It was a pleasant read most of the time, but it wasn't firing on all cylinders. It had a ton of potential, but didn't quite make the mark.
I didn't care for this book, but many will enjoy it a lot.
>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the 1st in the Royal Bears series and ends in an HEA. Prince Andrei sees a street dancer in Seattle and is infatuated with her. He ends up protecting Hannah on her way home and their relationship begins. Hannah’s background is conservative Christian. She is very naïve of the ways of the world. She only knows that she loves to dance.
>Hannah’s family seem very strict and cold. Hannah is afraid to let them know how poorly she is living. A loving Christian family would seem to be the opposite of how Hannah’s family is described. Hannah seems to be shocked at Prince Andrei cooking for her as the men in her family wouldn’t demean themselves to do something like that. Once again, Hannah’s family seemed more Amish or Mennonite, rather than conservative Christian.
>Hannah is not accepted by the Royalty, even though she is the mate of Prince Andrei. This story will lead into the next as Andrei wants to abdicate to keep Hannah. This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this story 4 stars. Neither family of Hannah or Andrei are very likable. Hannah also seems to accept her new normal without any real issues, which according to her background, is not a typical reaction.
Hannah while a street dancer is also a trained ballerina. She is from a small conservative farming town that is very religious. She has been raised to believe to keep herself pure and she has.
This book is just so good. I don't want to give the story line away but I will share that it is different than you might think and it is not a cliffhanger. BUT it does leave you waiting for the next book in this series. Confuse you much there? I received this book for a honest review. I loved it.
I thought the Prince was a bit wishy-washy at first but I loved when he stood up to everyone and picked his mate over the throne. Now, that's romance and a true hero in my book. Duty be darned the Prince wants his woman and I loved it.
I think you will like this one and the Princess Bear is a close follow up to this one. I have read all three and they are good in their own way.