- File Size: 2620 KB
- Print Length: 71 pages
- Publisher: LoveLight Press (June 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XLN15AC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #832,348 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Blizzard in Bearskin (Darkmoon Vigil Book 1) Kindle Edition
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A Grizzly shifter with a past to run from, makes like a human bush pilot in the remoteness of Northern Alaska where he can live and work in his own time and on his own terms. He’s a bit like Gentle Ben with a two-seater bush plane. The locals like the big man enough for him to get by, and they know nothing of his hidden alter-ego.
Investigating the unexpected silence from a company outpost in Northern Alaska, one member of which was his mentor, a young wolf shifter seeks out the special abilities of the Grizzly pilot to assist in solving what is assumed to be a disaster of supernatural proportions.
I enjoy shifter stories and particularly those that bring two kinds of shifters together, to work and to play. The bones of an interesting premise are definitely in The Blizzard, but as I often am with novella length offerings, I feel deprived of the details.
Don’t misunderstand; this story follows a well plotted beginning, middle and end. Its well written and there is a likability to the main characters. If it wasn’t so, I would not care that I didn’t hear enough about Abram’s Awakening and what life-changing event within it sent him into self imposed exile. I would not care about how Kinessa found Nikan and guided him through his own Awakening, became his best friend as well as mentor, and have a better understanding the depth of her loss would mean to him. I wouldn't care whether the arctic vamps took their rampage further and involved other members of Abram’s small circle. I can be content with the joint flight into the sunset, but I still want to know more about the blending of such essentially disparate lives.
Its a fast story with a good skeleton and enough depth to make it a good, quick read. I liked it enough, and the characters enough, to want more. And that’s just me…
this one was short but good. We have Abram, the werebear, and clearly dominant, and Nikan, the werewolf and clearly submissive. First thing, I find that hilarious just becuase i would expect the reverse between two differen't were creatures like them. But I can live with it, it works. Nikan is there to find missing coworkers and a friend. He needs Abram to help him get to the mine somewhere in Alaska to find out what happened. What he finds is somewhat expected as you get to know Abram and what he has found lurks in the cold there. The two getting together works for me, it's cute, and they fit together as far as their personalities go. The writing is great, only a few missed quotation marks here or there but nothing detracting from the story itself.
I really enjoyed this short story. Romance wasn't the major focus in this story. Abram is a bear shifter who lives in freezing cold Alaska and flies a plane in bad snow storms. Nikan is a wolf shifter who has to travel to Alaska to check on some missing co-workers (and a good friend). Abram agrees to fly Nikan to the base camp to check it out. The guys get stuck in a very bad storm, and run into a not so nice situation.
For not wanting to really get involved, Abram finds he enjoys Nikan's company. They form a good camaraderie and eventually have a night together. The time together is short, but it leaves a big impact on the guys. The page said it was only 16 pages, but it felt so much bigger than that. I liked the way the author let the characters develop before throwing them together. It made it more believable for me, especially since it was so short.
WOW !!!! this book was great I loved it and can't wait for the next book i so am looking forward to reading more from rex blackbridge was great. i highly recommend this book to everyone.