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A Baby for the Bear (Wylde Brothers, 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08CD3YHSP
- Publisher : Jenika Snow (3 September 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 1258 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 97 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 78,126 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is Charlie and February's story. She is getting out of an abusive relationship, he doesn't like commitment.
They have a one night stand with consequences. He's found his mate (still resisting that!) She's found she's pregnant!
Her ex is gunning for her. What is going to happen? Will all be well and they get their HEA??
Read this lovely book and find out.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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While a shifter romance, it felt more like a contemporary 'boy meets girl' kinda story. There was a bit of shifter stuff, good steam and a HEA, but overall not really engaging to me. Also I despise this kind of 'friendship', where they put pressure on one another to do or say stuff.
This first installment in the Wylde Brother's trio takes the words shifter and adds it to everything and everyone in the town of Sweetwater; shifter Dr. shifter hospital, It seems as though the humans know about the shifters and they all deal well together. But the constant adding of the shifter to everything is at the very least annoying and makes it seem like the only reason this author wanted to make them shifters is that this particular storyline is trending. I’m passing the 3rd book by. Hopefully, the author reads some of the feedback and will step up to the plate. She has potential, but it’s just not in this series. Reach for T.S. Joyce’s “Bears Fur Hire” series and see how rich and full a shifter series can be.
I have to say, this one is a bit slow to start, however once it fully engages the aptly named bear shifter will have you reaching for an ice cold drink to sooth the fire his dialog alone creates deep in your belly. And while surprisingly, it is not the typical, insta-mate story arc typical of Jenika Snow shifter books, where one of the leads (usually the dude) unexpectedly encounters his mate, falls instantly in love, and spends much of the story convincing the female of said situation. This one takes a more human approach, applying the mating attraction to both Charlie and Ary in a more agnst driven, existential crisis sort of way that leaves you curiously perplexed as much as it does genuinely interested in what happens next.
I wasn't a big fan of Snow's story world choices here, they are a bit bland compared to what I'm used to from her. The characters a bit shallow and uninspired. Ary especially, while a refreshing change from the standard wolf and human mate choice, left me craving a bit more emotional depth. However where Ary falls flat, Charlie is hands down the most deliciously possessive alpha I've read Snow yet. His character alone makes every page of this book worth the read, even with his less than stellar counterpart, Ary.
Overall this first foray into the realm of the Wylde brothers was an enjoyable read. A far too tame and humdrum one for my preference, but entertaining nonetheless. Perhaps the next Wylde brother will stoke the true wild fire romance I was looking for here...