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- Print Length: 185 pages
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- Publication Date: March 14, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D0OAV88
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #197,618 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Bear Skin: A Billionaire Oil Bearons Romance (Bear Fursuits Book 5) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Zeke is a werebear with PTSD. An Army veteran. He wakes up to find Jenna taking care of him after having been in a snow storm. He doesn't know what to think, He knows his bear wants her. Zeke doesn't believe that he deserves her or that he will ever be ready for a relationship. He is past that. Too wounded.
Jenna is a nurse and a werebear. She loves nursing and loves living in Yakima Ridge.. She can't imagine leaving it. She has given up on finding her mate though. She is surprised to find Zeke. Being the person that she is, she takes care of him. Sparks fly but it isn't easy for both Jenna and Zeke. Jenna is a strong woman who can take care of Zeke and help him through his physical problems. Can she break through to be able to help him with his PTSD. Would Zeke ever be able to let her in. To consider help. Can Jenna do this without losing her heart?
I enjoyed the characters in this story. I thought the issue of PTSD was not watered down nor do I think it was over the top. Jenna is a strong woman and the storyline accurately depicts it. Zeke's character was complicated and I think the storyline reflected that. I thought the storyline read well. It flowed nicely and the love story truly felt that it was in fact, a love story.
Plushy slopes? Love sword? Love rod? Tallywhacker? These are the words used in a love scene? (don't even get me started on the use of the word Pu**y! I am disgusted by that word)
I thought the wrong words used (think, "mute" vs. "moot" as an example) was bad, but this author makes up words, too!
Fire whoever edited this thing!!
I thought the phrasing used in this book was part of the "bear clan" way of speaking. I believe now that it is an ignorant author, bad writing and worse editing.
The story could have been SO good.......I give it an F- grade for horrid writing and word use.
If you got this book for free, you paid too much!
Jenna has kind of given up hope of finding her mate. She loves the woods and doesn't want to have to go to the city to find someone. All the bear shifters around her are related and are like brothers to her. When Zeke arrives, she has a chance at the family she always wanted but he is not an easy person to interact with.
Zeke is hurting from the loss of friends during a mission and being removed from the military which is where he has spent half his life. His family is a mess too. He really responds to Jenna but isn't sure that he is in shape for a relationship.
I like how Jenna stands up to Zeke and doesn't let him overpower her. She is a strong and confident bear shifter. She has a real playful side too. Zeke is more the strong, silent type. He has his issues but he is very devoted to those he loves.
I received a copy in return for a honest review.
I loved this book, I have read one other in this series yet they are written to be standalone books,
Jenna is an old maid bear (at least she thinks so) and a nurse practitioner she takes care of all the residents of Yakima Ridge, Zeke is a Ranger who has been discharged for medical reasons, yet he feels like he should just put a bullet in his head (dealing with PTSD or survivors guilt) I really liked how Jen helps him deal, the story has some very deep messages in it for me and I really feel that Isadora Montrose is an amazing author, I cannot wait to read more of her stories,
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Prepare for a lovely romp in the woods with a bear shifter and his mate.Read more