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His Teddy Bear Kindle Edition
About the Author
- ASIN : B01DPX6IW2
- Publication date : March 31, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 2851 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 89 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #90,926 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Teddy is petite, dark haired, and 'chunky', not at all like her sisters. She is at the bar only because she promised her mother she would look after her younger sister who is searching for her mate. Teddy has no interest in marriage or a mate, she doesn't want a mate to tie her down and pop out babies for him. Nope, she likes her life as it is. And when she encounters Reece, she runs.
The problem I have with that premise is the contradiction of the facts. She is confident and comfortable with her size, but the entire plot is based on her not believing he can love her because of her size. Her 'chubbiness' is brought to the forefront over and over, until the point it gets a little irritating. Even though Reece truly falls in love with her, it somehow comes across as being 'in spite' of her being chubby, like that was something to overcome for him.
I started out not liking Reece a lot, but ended up liking him better than Teddy, but I never really got to know either one. It was just too short to get to know them well. You are introduced to her family, but again, you don't get to know any of the characters, the story is just too short.
On the plus size, this author is great with dialogue, very funny, and she writes some very hot love scenes. I would love to have read this story in a 'book' by this author, instead of in such a short story. It left me feeling a bit incomplete... wishing there had been more to it. Overall, a good read even if not long enough.
HEA's do happen - even to those that don't think they deserve it.
This was a great read for me - I loved how strong Teddy is in this book - at first at the club she goes to with her sister and cousins. She has every intention of turning her mate down because he doesn't like what he sees - And she has excpeted herself as a beautiful person - curvey, yes, but beautiful - she isn't without admirors, so she doesn't want to settle for someone - mate or not - that doesn't see her for the beautiful girl she really is ...
But it goes deeper than that in this book.
Reece - what a guy, huh?? Lol He is a player - totally! He goes to the club expecting to get a quick and easy lay - *At six-feet-three, muscled, and with a face more handsome than Brad Pitt's according to the ladies, he ultimately decided who would grace his bed. * He could afford to be picky -
It wasn't until the * scent wafted in that roused his slumbering beast. *wolf shook itself awake in his mind and, with a mental yip, demanded Reece explore the newcomers* "Time to meet the lucky lady"
But when he spotted her, *he frowned and directed his attention back to the model type beauties, trying to pinpoint which of them was about to become the lucky one* But to his annoyance his eyes kept returning to the shorter woman with cropped hair bobbing among them.
Whatever his throughs on the matter, his wolf pulsed beneath his skin, it's excitement making fight for control.
Reece was doomed from the start.
When his eyes met Teddy's she couldn't help but see the disapointment in his eyes. She walked past him and left him standing there with his mouth hung opened..
It seems that Reece was in over his head though - but his wolf wouldn't except anything less than his mate.
As time goes on, Teddy keeps running away trying to save her heart from being broken, and Reece keeps running towards her trying to get her to understand that he is happy with the way she is.
Like I said before :) Great story - lots of steamy scenes and quirky humor :)
Reece is tall dark and wolfishly handsome.
Teddy is short curvy and stacked like a brick house.
Each looked at the other knowing they're mates but not happy about it. Except Reece makes it clear that Teddy isn't his type. That sets the tone for the night and the start of the chase for a mate's heart.
I found this book to be humorous, witty and touching. With each of the protagonist's background causing one misstep after the other, it made for a fun read.
Top reviews from other countries
There was humour in this book and also sexy times, both of which I'm come to expect from this author. What I didn't expect was how sweet this one was. Teddy did have some attitude but she was also a little sweeter and more vulnerable than a usual Eve Langlais heroine. While I could happily have punched Reece for his arrogance and insensitivity at the start, he did completely redeem himself pretty quickly and I loved his dogged (geddit?) pursuit of Teddy.
The book seemed fairly short but it was well written, sweet, and entertaining.
its not a very long book but i really just wanted something fun and sexy to read for a lazy afternoon and this was perfect. the main characters are well rounded and are a little quirky, there not a whole lot of plot to the book but i found the development of there relationship believable and quit adorable in places.
i will defiantly be buying more of Eve Langlais books the only author i can compare her to is Evangeline Anderson.