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Tech Bear (Bear Shifter Paranormal Romance) (Bear Patrol Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B01MTM8U45
- Publication date : November 11, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 4123 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 118 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #275,179 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Second, Raven's personality is not very likable. She's just kind of weird and standoffish. And she treats Damien horribly when she first meets him even though he's so excited to finally meet his mate. He, of course, forgives her immediately, but she just didn't really have enough redeeming qualities for me to ever warm up to her. I also didn't think their personalities meshed very well. She's supposedly Gothic and kind of a loner, so I can't see her connecting to him all that well since he's highly social with lots of friends & family in his life.
Then there's the whole mystery surrounding her mother's disappearance. Not to give away too much of the story, but the circumstance surrounding everyone's behavior is just too odd and highly implausible in some cases. From the sheriff who didn't investigate her mother's disappearance or other deaths, to the fact that all this evidence was so easily found after 20 years, just really set my teeth on edge. If the clues were so easy to see, why didn't anyone else living in the community at the time put two and two together? And yet Raven and Damien come along and solve everything in a couple of days?
Damien is a Bear Patrol detective and their tech person. He is dealing with a breach in their system currently. He is bound and determined to put a stop to that mess. Although, he is happy when he can get hone and away from it all where he can meet up with Raven to play the online game. He jokes with Raven and suggests she sign up on mates.com. He himself has been waiting for his fated mate for awhile now. Then he gets a ping on his phone from mate.com that will change his life.
Raven is a little nervous about doing what her friend is suggesting, but caves. To her surprise, she is matched with Damien and when she sees his face for the first time online she is thrilled and mortified... because he is drop dead gorgeous but... he is a police officer with the Fate Mountain Bear Patrol. She knows she is doomed because if he discovers the truth she could be going away for a very long time.
I just wish these stories were longer.
In seven years they have never meet. But when someone hacks into the police data banks, thing get dicey for Raven. When they finally do meet Damien convinces Raven to try Mate.com. This is a website that help pick fated mates.
Can they truly be fated mates? Does Raven come clean? How does Rollo chief bear handle Tech bears news about Ravens mother. Please join me in reading this book . I would give it 5 / 5 stars , Please either buy or borrow this book and remember to leave a review the author loves them . E
So much is repeated, some of it several times (i.e. She had only live there a few months, she had only moved there three months ago, she moved to Fate Mountain three months ago). One conversation was even summarised directly after it had end!
I can't really say anything about the romance because halfway in there has mostly been about the game (which we are told REPEATEDLY they've played together for seven years).
Just don't buy there book and say yourself some time, money and frustration.
I wish I could read Knox and Harpers Story for some reason his character always intrigued me.