When a curvy BBW biologist rents a cabin in the snowy Alaskan backwoods to prove once and for all that Bigfoot exists, she discovers a species even more intriguing - a majestic cross between a wolf and a bear. But these aren't just any old werebears; these are ones that know how to shapeshift into human form and fulfill every fantasy that she's ever dreamed of. Will she find the Bigfoot she came for, or will her trip turn into something even more exciting?
©2015 Cynthia Mendoza (P)2015 Cynthia Mendoza
I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review. Ms Mendoza does it again. I love her short stories some of which really make me suspend my idea of reality. This one did not disappoint. She told an age old story with a new twist. Searching for Bigfoot and discovering not only a new species but love as well. Who would have thought about that? Oh yeah Ms. Mendoza of course.
I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I received this audiobook free for an honest review. Cynthia Mendoza does it again. She is a great story teller of short stories. It is a quick read and fills in the time going to and from work. It also is a brake away from the long books. Which is needed after a few long books. Cynthia gives you a great plot with great characters. Not crazy about the narrator, but I can get through the books without much problem. Continuing to listen to Cynthia's books.
I loved the idea of a bear and wolf hybrid, but would have liked a little more information about them.
When the main character first saw the wolf/bears.
Yes, Big Paw Security. She was a good narrator.
Not really, it was short and to the point which was great
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I received free audio from Audioboom for an honest review.
The audio is short, so there is only so much story that can be contained within it. For a short shifter menage it was good. The narrator did a good job. The story had some tension and actually did contain a story, which it could easily not have.
Simple short nothing thinking or angsty listen.
I am 71 year's old I listen to a lot of mysteries I like cute ones I really like the cozy mysteries I like Christmas mysteries and horror
once again Cynthia Mendoza wrote a gate story
I was given this book from the publisher author and or narrator for a honest review via audio book boom
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