Called by the Bear: Book 1

By: V. Vaughn
Narrated by: Erin deWard
Series: Called by the Bear, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.0 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Carly Cutler's dreams predict the future. So when she dreams of a hot guy, a bear, and a paw print design, a force she can't fight makes her leave the only life she's ever known. With a fresh tattoo of a bear paw and her best friend, Sierra, by her side, she sets off on a quest to find a man she's never met. Carly and Sierra discover more women like them on the trip from California to Maine, and Lily and Taylor join them for the adventure of a lifetime as they discover lies, deception, and true mate love in the secret world of were-bear.

©2015 V. Vaughn (P)2018 V. Vaughn

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twilight deja vu

It's a little different and I'm going to read all the books but with a lot of this I'm hearing twilight similarities shapeshifters curses Native American mates imprinting it all screams Twilight to me but with a Twist on the story. the narrator's voice is a little annoying though.