A trip to the library can change your life, but Guiles Fredricks never expected to find his mate standing behind the checkout desk. One whiff of her blackberry and lavender scent has him hooked, but the fear haunting her emerald green eyes makes his bear roar to claim and protect her.
Gina Salducci came to Honey Corners to hide. On the run from her abusive ex- boyfriend she fears she will never be safe. Nick Mancuso runs Atlantic City, he has ties to the mob and won’t hesitate to kill her if he finds her. Obviously her taste in men sucks.
When her fears are realized and danger finds her, will she run again, or find it in her heart to trust the bear that vows he is her mate?
Tamara Hoffa’s bears come to life in her new tale Grin and Bear It, book three in the Animal in Me series. Gina was on the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend, lands in Honey Corners, and discovered she’s the mate to the Sieppe’s lieutenant, Guiles.
I loved Guiles and Gina~ especially Guiles! This big bear was witty, humorous and loving. His protective nature called to me as the reader and Gina as his mate.
Ms. Hoffa delivered descriptive and wonderful dialogue and banter with each character adding spice to the adventure. Bears are very protective creatures and Ms. Hoffa spared no expense in writing about bear shifters.
What I especially appreciated was the fact that even though the story was a romance, Ms. Hoffa’s added an edge of drama which only enhanced an already well-written story.
A wonderful series with room to expand. I look forward to seeing where Tamara Hoffa takes us next.
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A five handcuff review
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