Billionaire architect Cabe Gabel has something missing in his celebrity-studded lifestyle. When he returns to his hometown to cheer on his nephew in the Christmas Shifter Games, Cabe comes face-to-face with his childhood friend and first love, Megan McPhee. The problem: Megan's family has been at war with the Gabels for generations. Can Cabe defy his family's heritage for his lost love?
Megan McPhee has a thriving business and a loving family, but she never forgot her first love, Cabe Gabel. When she sees him again, she vows not to let this second chance pass them by. But when their families' past threatens the couple's rekindled love, will Megan's temper get in the way of what she truly wants?
Christmas with the Bear is a standalone paranormal romance novella in the Bear Shifter Games series, set in a contemporary world filled with unexpected wonders, magic, and suspense. If you like steamy romance, muscle-bound shifters, and Christmas magic, you'll love AJ Tipton's breathtaking book.
The whole warring families business made me think of Romeo and Juliet. This modern shifter story has a few similarities but also some differences.
Cabe and Megan have great chemistry between them and such a sweet back story. I really enjoyed listening to this book.
The narration is well done. I wish the narrator would change her style of narration for the sex scenes, I find her over dramatization annoying and distracting, while narration should be engaging she tries way too hard. The character voices are distinct and recognizable and the pace of the delivery is natural and smooth.
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This is one of the worst narrations I have ever heard!! The narrator sounds as if she is purposefully trying to make the characters sound like a bunch of stereotypical dumb jocks (female characters included!) I wish I could give it negative stars since I hate to even give it one.