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Silver Silence by Nalini Singh 5 Star Review!

Silver Silence (Psy-Changeling Trinity) by Nalini Singh 5 Stars! 

Control. Precision. Family. These are the principles that drive Silver Mercant. At a time when the fledgling Trinity Accord seeks to unite a divided world, with Silver playing a crucial role as director of a worldwide emergency response network, wildness and chaos are the last things she needs in her life. But that’s exactly what Valentin Nikolaev, alpha of the StoneWater bears, brings with him.

Valentin has never met a more fascinating woman. Though Silver is ruled by Silence–her mind clear of all emotion–Valentin senses a whisper of fire around her. That’s what keeps him climbing apartment buildings to be near her. But when a shadow assassin almost succeeds in poisoning Silver, the stakes become deadly serious…and Silver finds herself in the heart of a powerful bear clan.

Her would-be assassin has no idea what their poison has unleashed…

Review

This book makes me so happy. Nalini Singh does a wonderful job setting off the new series arc in this long running series making it so those of you crazy people who aren’t already addicted can jump right into this wonderful world.

My love of bear shifters can not be understated and the Bear Clan and hero here are AWESOME!

Silver is a badass and we have an amazing opposites attract romance. The baddies are interesting and the plot is as much centered on love and family as it is on the series drama which is great!

Valentine is the best kind of hero, sexy, smart, steadfast, and admiring of all that is Silver. Silver is exactly the same. Sigh.

The romances has a great twists and turns and is epic.

This will be a comfort read for years to come because it is exciting, tender, hot, and funny.

Bear Necessities by Selena Kitt Review

2 Stars

IVY
The world has moved on, but Ivy just can’t. Besides, she has everything she needs on her sustainable-living wooded homestead, and no desire to brave this grim new world.

Until the day a massive bear chases her into an isolated cabin and she discovers she’s not alone.

With a giant bear prowling outside and a gruff, bearded, half-naked savage inside, Ivy finds herself cornered. The man, who calls himself Caleb, says he’ll take her home, but she doesn’t trust him, his offer, or herself with this giant, bronzed, mountain of a man.

He might be able to protect her from the sinister enemies lurking outside—but who is going to protect her from Caleb?

CALEB
Shifter by nature, drifter by choice, Caleb is uniquely designed to survive in this dark, new hell-on-earth, where the rule of law has been replaced by brute strength.

His scars may be deep but his secrets are deeper, and until he meets feisty, sinfully curvy Ivy one fateful afternoon, he’s not sure there’s much left worth surviving for.

Finding himself unable to resist the tempting, scrumptious morsel who lands on his doorstep, he realizes she’s the one he’s been craving, and she’s more than worth fighting for.

Caleb is determined to keep her safe from everything dark and dangerous outside. But can he save Ivy from herself?

Review

Selena Kitt is a good writer and I love Bear Shifters so I am in.

Everything that is here is good but all the development is missing. For every chapter that is here, we need another one to really have worthy character development, plot, setting, and romance.

Big Bear Daddy (Sweetwater Father Bears, #1) by Anya Nowlan Review

2.5 Stars

Colt Hennessy is a werebear on a mission. The small town sheriff finds himself caring for a baby left at his doorstep and no sooner than it happens does he discover that this little bundle of joy was exactly what he’d been missing. With danger swirling around him and dark forces out to harm the child, he does the only thing he can – goes to search for a safer place. It’s there where his, and baby Lana’s life changes forever.

Jessy Sarli has lost what little she had left – her sister. Desperately searching for her, the fearless woman left everything else behind, only to be led around on a string of confusion. When she finally finds her niece in the protective care of a man who takes her breath away, she’s not sure what to make of it. But she does know what her heart is telling her. That this man is the only one who can help her, and Lana.

When the cause for Jessy’s sister’s disappearance comes out, she will need all the help she can get. And not only her and the baby, but her heart as well…

Review

This is a sweet romance about an sister who won’t give up and a good guy bear shifter. I like the fact that shifters are known.

This is a nice read.

Horse (Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club #6) by Candace Blevins Review

Review:

Horse (Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club Book 6) - Candace Blevins

Horse is one of the first non-wolf shifters to be patched into the RTMC after the rule change. He’s a Grizzly Bear, and his old pawnshop has become the MC’s new gun store in a mutually beneficial arrangement.

Gabby is a rabbit shifter with a complicated history. Rabbits live in Faerie, but her parents chose to escape to the human realm so they could be together. Tragedy struck twice though, and she was taken to The Summerlands at fourteen to be raised by extended family. She’s grown now and has chosen to come back, even though it means she’s alone in this world.

Bears are loners who are used to getting their way. Rabbits are sexual, social creatures who need a wide variety of partners in their lives if they go outside their own species.

And Gabby’s past is on a trajectory to keep her from the future she wants.

 

Review

 

I really didn’t need to discover a new author to read but I did. Bear shift catnip. Also, rabbit shifter. I love me an odd pairing. 

 

In some ways, I want to resist this book because it seems to formulaic and taking advantage of trends rather than be written out of imagination or love of the genre.

We have a motorcycle club. Its erotic. The hero is a bear shifter. He fights.

 

However, even though I think its fair to say there is too much going on in this book and more time could have been spent with the leads, its a great story of crazy sauce that works and is good.

 

The writing is very good and distinct. The characters are will developed with interesting backstories (the heroine more than the hero). The hero is kind and awesome. The heroine comes into her own and we have a wonderful opposites attract trope.

The world and culture building is excellent with a great cast. The plot walks the perfect line of conflict and twists without overstepping.

 

I love the ownership of the rabbit and bear sexuality and the complete comfort with a non monogamous (rooted in DNA and culture) soul mate kind of love.

 

They are wonderful couple and the love story was a super hot and tender delight.

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