An island to himself, will loner bear-shifter Ryker open his heart to a woman on the run from her abusive spouse?
A loner by nature, Ryker needs a day to himself to allow his inner bear out. So he hikes up to Emerald Lake.
Charlene never meant to be in trouble, but for whatever reason, trouble has a bad habit of finding her. She's running from a monster. A monster who has made a habit of beating her nearly every week since they got married and she's had enough. She's on the run and leaving her soon to be ex-husband behind. For good.
Will they be able to overcome their challenges and embrace the love that's destined to be theirs?
This novella length story includes profane language, as well as adult and sexual content.
What did you like best about Shifter: Black Bear, Book 2? What did you like least?
The finale to Ryker and Charlene's story. I would wish they were one and not in two parts.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
not unless they have read book one as book two won't make sense if you haven't read the other
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
I was a little sad there wasn't more
What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?
I think the narrator did a good job bringing the story to life
Any additional comments?
I would have liked this to be longer. I was a little disappointed it ended like it did as I was hoping for more. But I did like it and was glad I spent the time listening to both. Would love the author to give us more of their story
shifters, abusive-spouse, coping
Boy, does this ever feel like "Chapter A Day"! I like her writing, but the choice of narrator leaves me cold. He sounds like a dismissive DA that I once had the misfortune to meet. At least it was inexpensive.