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Publisher's Summary

Workaholic wildlife photographer + loner bear shifter + Alaskan wilderness = one warming and sensual story.

Nessa Morrison is a city girl born and bred, traveling the world as a wildlife photographer. Always looking at life through a lens, she never has time to stop and appreciate the world. And the last thing on her mind has been finding romance.

James Masters lives the quiet life on his own, and that's the way that he and his bear like it. He has pushed aside any thoughts of a mate or companionship...until Nessa walks into his life.

As the storm clouds roll in, can their slowly rising passion bring their two very different worlds together? Will the love in their hearts overcome the doubts in their minds?

This is a warm, sensual standalone bear shifter romance. No cliffhangers!

©2015 Zoe Chant (P)2016 Zoe Chant

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Good book, horrible narration

This is a short sweet book about a photographer from the city who comes out to a wooded error and meets a man named James who is also a bear shifter. James knows immediately that Nissan is the make he never thought he'd find. The two have an instant connection and a HEA with a few bumps in the road.
The books narration was horrible. Probably in my top 5 worst narrations. The book was read in dual POV and seemed completely disjointed. I finished the whole audio and it just got worse.
I would recommend the kindle version over the audio. I really need to start listening to the samples before buying the audio.

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Good book, bad narrators

The narrators distracted from the content of the book. I would recommended reading the book and skip the audio book.