Once upon a time, something wicked was woven. A magic was formed by darkness and pain, a magic that only the victim of a broken heart could have created.
The death of her one true love has forced Goldalynn to use dark magic. Determined to bring him back she discovers she must acquire the pelts of three bears under the light of the blue moon to fulfill the spell.
The blue moon has risen and the three bears are caged, awaiting the fate of Goldalynn's deadly spell. Then a collision of spells, magic dark and light create a curse. This curse turns the fur into soft skin and their paws into delicate arms and legs...this curse turns them human. Now these bears in human bodies must travel across the magical realms of the modern world searching for a way to break the curse.
This dark fairy tale is not the book your mother read you when tucking you in at night; you won't find a fairy tale princess who needs a rescue, but there might be a prince or three in this world. Find out as Beary Tales takes you on a magically twisted adventure.
l love the story contained all my favorite parts shifters, magic and Love. Waiting for the next one
I loved it. Jennifer and her friends are great. I loved how the story brought fairy tales and shifters together..
Such a great love story. To find your soul mate can be an adventure and no one would expect the twists and turns in this book.
Would you try another book from the authors and/or Shana M. Buck?
Yes, I have already listened to Jennifer Malone Wright's Vampire Hunter's Daughter and I enjoy her books.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
I wasn't impressed by the narration. I don't know if it was the narrator herself or the editing, but there were so many pauses where there shouldn't be and none where there should. It was distracting. The narrator tried to make the different characters sound different, but I think she could've done better. I was confused at times about who was speaking.
Was Beary Tales worth the listening time?
Worth it for the story, but not the best narration I've listened to.
just got done listening to Beary Tales on Audible and of coarse I own the ebook so I read along because I could. Haha. I haven't listened to many books yet. This is still kinda new to me. I loved the narrators voice. So calm and soothing yet she kept my attention, which is hard to do, and I really enjoyed it.
For a book that has multiple authors that I'm already familiar with, I thought for sure I'd notice when the writing would switch from one author to another but I couldn't! They really brought their amazing story telling talent together seamlessly! The characters were funny and developed into very likable people. The guys that the girls meet along the way added something extra to the fairy tales I grew up knowing. The twist in the story kept me begging for more and I was wondering how it would all fit since I could see it was almost to the end.....well I can't wait to see what's planned for the next book because of coarse they left me with a CLIFFHANGER!! Who am I kidding, I love cliffhangers! Lol. I almost forgot about dinner completely and I got little sleep. It was so worth it! I recommend this for adults and maybe mature teens btw.
It's not very often that a new twist on classic fairytale make want me not stop listening to the story. The storyline is based on Goldilocks and the three bears. But this story is so much more. The narrator is very talented. The story of the three bears and their fairy godfather is fun and interesting.