Bruce has lived in the town of Williamsburg at the foot of the Syracuse Mountains for over five years. He's come to love the people there, especially Jenna, but he's scared to take their relationship further.
Jenna was in trouble once, a long time ago, and Bruce was the handsome stranger that saved her. His heroic act had caused her to fall in love with him, but she doesn't want to risk telling him her feelings either. They both do it for different reasons.
Jenna doesn't want to risk their friendship.
Bruce doesn't want the truth to come out - that he's really a bear.
And suddenly there's a new female in Bruce's life, an alpha wereleopard, eager to push Jenna out of the picture and seduce Bruce to mate.
©2015 Alexis Diamond (P)2016 Darkness and Light Publishing
I am retired & when not sleeping am reading or listening to a book. I multi task so when I am on the computer I always listen to a book.
My favorite genre is paranormal romance so I knew I would like this story, I did read part one also and didn't realize the story would be dealt to us in such small short stories. I would prefer to read all at once or in one longer book. I love that Bruce, a werebear is in love with Jenna, a human but both just can't express their feelings. This book finally, as in a cliffhanger, brings one of their love to the surface. I really feel for Bruce because he is trying to keep everyone safe. In this series humans can not find out about shifters, if they do, they are killed so Bruce is in quite a predicament.
I read so many shifter romances and can't say for sure which to compare this series with. I don't think too many , if at all, go to the extreme of killing humans who find out about them, maybe change them, not kill. In many of the books, the shifter character falls for a human and they work it out, because love conquers all, right?
Of course Bruce! I am an alpha male lover. I always prefer books where the male is the alpha. If the cover shows a male, then I tend to buy that book. I love Aaron's voice, it fits the alpha male image. It is strong, deep, and so Alpha!
Yes, and I did. Sorry it was only 1 1/2 hours long.
It's an interesting good story. However I"ve come to realize that while I don"t mind reading serial type books I am not fond of listening to them. It is very annoying to be into the story and all of a sudden hear to be continued. I would much rather have the entire recorded book to listen to all at once. With out there being separate parts. The parts being separated like this is annoying and takes away from the over all enjoyment of the book.
The narrative could use more life put into the reading of the characters. At times the narrator sounds bored.
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