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A Bear's Protection (Shifter Country Bears, #1)

A Bear’s Protection by Dakota West

My rating: 4 of 5 stars.

Cora Leighton is a woman on the run. 


Fleeing a bad relationship and an ex who’s blatantly stalking her, Cora enters the shifter state of Cascadia with one thing on her mind: freedom. Love is the last thing she’s looking for, no matter how sexy the men of Cascadia turn out to be. 


Rugged, sexy bear shifters Ash and Hunter are mates. Their peaceful lives in Granite Valley are perfect, except for one thing: they need a woman to complete their triad. 


When Ash looks up from his seat in his police cruiser to see Cora speeding by, he has no idea that he’s about to find just the right woman. A speeding ticket turns into a hell of a lot more, and fast. Ash can’t explain the pull he feels toward the feisty, curvy reporter, but Hunter feels it too. 


When Cora’s deranged stalker shows up and sets out to kill their only chance at true happiness, Ash and Hunter will do whatever it takes to protect her. 


But can their brute bear strength take on the cunning of a deranged man who’s lost his grip on reality? 


A Bear’s Protection is a steamy romance, complete with two sexy men in love, a threesome, and more heat than a bonfire in August. 

A Bears Protection

Steamy short read.

Cora is having no luck getting rid of a stalker using legal methods so she leaves town and gets a job in a shifter state. Immediately after arriving, she meets Sheriff’s Deputy Ash and his Mate Hunter, who owns a veterinary clinic. The two Bear shifters have been waiting for a woman to form their mating triad. As soon as they meet Cora they know she is the one, but they know she is running from something. The story is quite sexy and a nice quick read. There is MM and MFM action, so if you don’t like that, you’ve been warned.

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2 comments

  1. I never understand what is going on with the covers of these books.
    The word that springs to mind is ‘Tawdry’.
    They must appeal to a specific demographic, and that’s certainly not me. 🙂
    Many thanks for following my blog.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    • Yeah, I’m not too fond of the covers, but I do like the content on some of them even if they are tawdry. Though I certainly couldn’t take them all of the time. I like to switch things up a bit. Some fantasy, some sci-fi, some popular fiction, some classics, etc… though I do like romance the best and there is quite a bit of diversity in Romance books as well. From the purely smutty to the thriller with a touch of romance.

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