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Fake It Til You Mate It (a Paranormal BBW Bear Shifter Romance) (Bearfield Book 5) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B01G2YFYG2
- Publisher : Guilty Treasures Press (23 May 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 5782 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 122 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 412,169 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I liked Sarah and Danny. I would have liked more background on Danny’s childhood, sounds horrible but we are not given enough information apart from meeting his mother who was a piece of work. My goodness.
It is so true that what you want is sometimes right under your nose. Best friends become fated mates. Not sure why the timing was never right before but being called home to marry some else obviously kicked everything off. Wonder what would have happened if Sarah had not offered to help Danny out.
I enjoyed the story and loved some of Danny’s crew we meet. If you are following this series, you will enjoy reading this book.
I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
A sweet story of loving your best friend, but not being able to cross that friend zone. I enjoyed the epilogue, and hope to see more of those characters in the next book
I originally read the first part of 'Fake it Til You Mate It' in the "Alpha Fever" anthology, so was pleasantly surprised to find out that it wasn't the complete book & that there was more to the story. 'Fake it Til You Mate It' is book 5 in Jacqueline's "Bearfield" series, I highly advise you read the series in order.
Danny & his best friend Sarah live in the city, they've never dated, but she's the only human in the city who knows the who he really is. When it's time to take his mate, the one he'd told his parents about to keep them quiet, to the Big Bear Meet, Sarah offers herself as his fake mate for the weekend...
What twists & turns this book made, I didn't expect some of what I've just read, I was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed the massive backstory in this, plus getting a glimpse of all the bears at the Big Bear Meet. I loved this book & can't wait to read what comes next in the "Bearfield" series.
I love a friends to lovers story and Danny was perfect - a gentlemen who brings out the alpha at all the right times!! And Sarah was gorgeous, sexy with just a little bit of insecurity that makes us love her even more.
I found the epilogue at the end a little out of place, as it read a little more like a teaser for the next book rather than an epilogue for Danny & Sarah - but we get what the author is trying to do.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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What was lacking was a good solid story line. The story started with them already half in love with each other. There was no conflict, buildup, or mystery there.
Secondly, the story felt rushed and incomplete. You literally jump from one scene to another with very little natural transition. Before you realize it the story is over, and you're left wondering what just happened.
The all important must attend event that the main character was stressing over was just blown off with literally no consequences. This story was just very disjointed, the main female character was an idiot, and the main conflict the story was building up to never happened.