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Polar Bear Daddy (Small Town Shifters Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07XP6Z8JK
- Publication date : September 8, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3600 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 73 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #148,060 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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My first issue with this book is that it is simply too short to have enough character development. It is really more of a short story, not even quite what I would call a novella.
The terrible editing also bothered me a great deal. There were so many errors, and they were very distracting. It really needed a good editor.
My main issue, though, was that I absolutely couldn't stand Pearl. She was so very wishy-washy, and often very mean to Nick. One minute she likes Nick, and thinks they would be a good couple. Then the next minute, she is angry at him and wants nothing to do with him -- all because he has the audacity to ask for contact with his son, and some input into the decisions made for his son's life. I honestly didn't understand why Nick still wanted to be with her. It would have served her right if they hadn't found their HEA, and Nick took her to court for custody of their son.
My rating system is below.
1 star -- Hated it, or did not finish. I usually only give this rating if some of the content is truly objectionable to me, like if one of the main characters does something really awful, and gets away with it.
2 stars -- Didn't like it. This rating usually means that I thought the writing wasn't very good, the editing was terrible, I didn't like the characters, or it had other major flaws.
3 stars -- I liked it, but had some minor issues with it. This rating means that there were minor editing issues, the story needed more character development, it was just too unrealistic, or had some other fairly minor issue. The majority of books I read get this rating – I do not consider it a bad rating.
4 stars -- I liked it a lot. This is a high rating for me, and I rarely give a higher one.
5 stars -- I loved it, and will probably read it again. Very few books are good enough to get this rating from me. The ones that do are usually classics.
I skimmed and skipped a lot of the book b/c she was pi**ing me off so much. I hate not finishing something once I start it but this was testing my patience. I was trying to understand her point of view/actions but ultimately gave up after her tantrum when ML wanted to know why she wasn't telling her family about him being the father. I LOVED when the ML called her out on her BS. By the end of the book I felt there was so much unresolved issues. I mean she half a**ed apologized for kind of being mean/rude and that was it. It just didn't feel like she actually felt remorse for her actions or what she said to the ML. The ML DESERVED to be treated so much better. He was nothing but nice, caring, kind, and extremely considerate of her tantrums.