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He was a mess. A bar-brawling, heavy-drinking, barely employed disaster - but she couldn’t stop thinking about him.
Bad boy bear shifter Kade Hunter knows how to nurse a beer...but a baby? No way! He couldn’t possibly have a six-month old kid. Except, he does. His days of brawling and boozing it up at the local roadhouse are over. He doesn’t know the first thing about taking care of a kid. Terrified of making a mistake, he asks for help from the one woman who has every right to ignore him....
Ten years ago, deputy Emily Redson walked away from the hot mess that is Kade Hunter. Now a respected member of law enforcement, she can’t be seen with the bar-brawling shifter. She wants to ignore him, but the fear in his eyes makes her pause. He’s tempting in all the wrong ways, and if she can’t keep her hands to herself, her career could go down faster than his next beer. She always was a sucker for someone in need, but is trying to save a bad boy worth the risk?
This is the second book in the paranormal romance series Bad Boy Bear Shifters. This is a stand-alone book with no cliff-hangers. Love scenes are fully realized and at times include explicit language.
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Bad Bear Kade
This is book 2 in the series. I did not like this one as much as book 1. I had a hard time connecting with Kade but I really liked Emily. Kade was a hot mess with a baby and Emily was pretty straight-laced but they come together. Kade works to turn his life around.
Beth Roeg did a good job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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I love how he finds he is a daddy and doesn't let his past stop him from being the best he can be. Great flow and action. Narration is easy to listen too.