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Alison is just a small town woman or so she thought. Odd things start happening to her like waking up naked in a bar's restroom hearing that a guy she did not like was attacked by a monster. And this is not the first time she woke up naked in a strange place!.
Karl is a Guardian bear shifter. The werewolf Alpha Harper asks for his help as it seems there is a rogue wolf on the loose in a little town the wolves can not go to. Harper does not say as much but he wants Karl to kill the rogue!.
Karl goes to the little town where he meets Alison. He knows right away she is his fated mate only he has a mission to do first. Little does he know Alison and the rogue are one in the same!. When hunters show up in town things get really intense!.
You will so love this exciting, funny,suspenseful, sweet and scorching hot shifter romance!. It is a 5-star plus must read book!.
It is a pretty quick read and I enjoyed the characters and the story. Karl is a good person who wants to do what is right. Allison is alone and scared. The attraction is there from the beginning and it is interesting to see them struggle with what to do considering the situation. There is a surprise that I did not expect but really strengthens the story.
I received a copy in return for a honest review.
Apparently this author uses sudden moments of intense stupidity as a plot device, because her stories can't seem to progress without the woman dropping half her IQ points at a critical moment. I'm not sure why - maybe she's not interested in putting in the work needed to progress the plot without dumbing down her character, or maybe she honestly thinks it's reasonable for heretofore intelligent women to turn stupid, but it kills any enjoyment in the book.
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Polar bear shifter Karl Werner has his own story to be told. He works at the Guardian Bears office in Coldwood.Read more