- File Size: 926 KB
- Print Length: 62 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Arctic Moon Press (November 3, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00P86K18M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,886 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lone Bear (Bear Mountain Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"Lone Bear" Bear Mountain book One by Ruby Shae...
This novella is a super, quick, sexy read of about sixty pages. "Lone Bear" is the first in a series of five novellas. This novella is the story of curvy waitress Kate Sinclair and the sexy giant of a man/grizzly bear shifter, Gage Adams.
Gage was so sweet and patient when trying to win over Kate's heart. But he was cautious as well, worrying how Kate would react to his "bear." Gage was strong, protective and instinctual as well as possessive, romantic, sweet and sexy when it came to Kate. Yup...he was perfect!
Kate was a lonely woman, insecure about her body. After camping with so called "friends," she finds herself abandoned in the town of Bear Mountain in Montana. Kate loves the town and proceeds to make it her home. Kate also has a crush on the loner of a giant, Gage Adams and is oblivious to his feelings towards her.
When Kate finds herself in danger, Gage does everything in his power, (which is a hell of a lot), to protect and assure she will always be safe. With him... There are no limits to what he will do to make that happen. Nope...none...
I enjoyed this story for what it was, a super short sexy story with likable characters.
Gage Adams is a handsome loner who lives in the town of Bear Mountain. A town that has belonged to his ancestors for centuries. He helps around the town, but keeps to himself. Oh, by the way, he also happens to be a bear shifter who has found his mate around a year ago, but has not worked up the courage to ask her out yet.
Kate Sinclair after being betrayed by her boyfriend on a camping trip several months ago, has made Bear Mountain her new residence. She loves this town and works as a waitress in the local diner. She is tall and curvier than average women. She thinks Gage is just out of her league. She knows a secret though.
These two are great characters and this is a sexy read along with some danger lurking. I wish it had been longer. I look forward to reading the other books in this series.
Both characters are likable and I found myself rooting for them.
At the end of the book a new character is introduced for the next book in the series. This a stand alone book, but when I finish this review I am going to start reading book two. Lone Bear is so good...it's got me wanting more.
I highly recommend this book.
I really love the bear shifters and I think that while these are short stories they are nice written, entertaining and sexy as all get out. I love the Kate character and her mate Gage. Who doesn't want a huge. gentle, well endowed hunk who treats them like spun glass and makes them orgasmic in the mix.
I know if you are bear shifter lover you are going to love this series.
Gage was smitten by Kate. He had lived for so long was happy that he finally had found his mate. He worried about how Katie would take him being a bear shifter. Will she agree to mate with him?
Kate finds herself in danger. She knows if she can just get to Gage he will keep her safe. Will Kate be able to get to Gage in time to save her?
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