This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading.
This book has everything that it promised A missing mother and one of her twins. While looking for clues in the mother's former home, They are trapped and the house set alight. There's also a knapping. And lots more. Great read can't wait for the next book.
I will be in the minority with my review but I found this to be not one of the better books in this series. Just all too jumbled and rushed. Plot-line is good but execution is hurried. I want to relax when reading, not feel like I am on a runaway train. I felt like it was a race from page one for events to happen. Rapid fire questions, rushed tea and scones. All hurry, hurry. Sad the events that occurred due to bigotry. I hated that 30 years had passed and a family was devastated but don’t understand why his mother had not tried to escape. How did they control her? Did they keep her drugged, threaten her son Finn, what? A baddie got away so will he come back? Could have been a good story but the rushed feel and the ending lacking explanation inhibited my enjoyment. Needed a smother flow to it. I was kindly offered this book for an honest review but read it through KU.
omg i just love Millys characters!!! i was expecting a different story though lol i had suspicions very early on and thought i knew what was going to happen but she took me by suprise and i loved it! cannot wait for the next volume. Milly it better be released soon your such a tease
This might contain spoilers. I don't usually post spoilers but this had to be said. * * * * * Let me start off by saying I loved Quinn and his father. This was not one Of Milly Taiden's best books. For one it was like reading a cereal box. There was nothing really in between. They are shifters so when they shift in anger or in a hurry they ruin their clothes. But for some reason Milly didn't feel the need to go in to depth with this. One minute they shift then the next they miraculously have clothes on again. And the heroin was not the brightest bulb in the pack. She is a PI and she keeps saying she can take care of herself. Guess where that gets her, yep kidnapped and she really didn't put up a fight maybe a little struggle. After she is rescued and Quinn tries to keep her safe she says "hello PI here I can take care of myself" yeah and how did that work out for you last time. So this wasn't one of my favorites by Milly. It was to rushed but I liked the fast pace. If that makes sense.
I love Milly but maybe after so many books in a series the work is declining. I noticed typos in the last few books, which rarely if ever previously used to occur, but I let it go. But honestly what type of PI agrees to help someone find their missing family and never asks for their names? Who receives a tip that leads them into a trap but doesn’t think to follow up on the lead that the break in was due to competition from a rival business?? And how stupid must you be to be mated to the alpha of the brown bear clan, but instead of gaining what information he has first, travel directly into what Gerri said would be a hostile environment alone??? Is it me or is all of that common sense?
Ms. Taiden’s universe not only gets bigger, it gets better. Gerri not only continues to make matches, she has friends doing the same. I absolutely adore this series and this one had suspense, mystery and as always a Happily Ever After for more than one couple!
Wow, from the first page of this book you never know what to expect. Everything is moving all around you and you have to kept up or get left behind. There are so many things you learn in this book and it's hard to believe everything you learn. Hard to believe that there is still hate between shifters when they all need to come together to fight a bigger foe.
Every page leaves you wanting to know what is going to happen Next and you don't want to put it down because you want the answers just as much as the people in the book want them. I just love the mystery and drama you get from this book. Of course you get a little taste of Gerri too.
Bear In Mind is another sexy sassy entry in the PDA series by the marvelous Milly Taiden. Each book can be read standalone. In this installment matchmaker extraordinaire Gerri Wilder shows us her magic in subtle but clear ways. I loved the word play between Summer and Quinn. I really like how this story has a serious sub-plot among the sexy and silly. I look forward to Winter and Finn’s book.