Taming a Bear by Eve Langlais
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The big burly bear and the little lion!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: 🤓☹️😙🥰
Narration Type: Solo Narration
The Hero: Andrei – a bear shifter and head of the Medvedev bear slueth in Russia. He was asked by the aunts from When a Liger Mates to help solve a mystery. He arrives at Hollie’s home in the US to do that. He is there to restore the honor of his sleuth with the pride after his sister
The heroine: Hollie – a lion shifter and part of the pride. She used to be one of the best hunters in the pride, but she got tired of all the drama that came with the job. She wanted a job that had regular hours where she wouldn’t be on call at all hours so she became a plumber.
The Story: A key was found in Russia in When a Liger Mates and the aunts ended up with the key. They want Hollie to track down what the key is for since so many people were willing to go to great lengths to get it. So Hollie and Andrei were supposed to work together on the mystery.
The book was told in dual points of view via solo narration and narrated by Troy Duran. Troy does a terrific job and has a very deep and sexy voice which matches the bear shifter perfectly. The story was interesting and like the other 3 books in this series I have read so far, there are some very funny scenes, and I just love the men in this series, they are all funny, arrogant and charming. Troy Duran does the voices and attitudes so well and was great with Andrei’s Russian accent.
Andrei was a kooky, funny guy. He is a mama’s boy that is afraid of his mother, he flies in the cargo section of a plane so he can avoid paying, despite the fact that he is rich, and he is so confident that he goes after whatever he wants no matter the obstacles. Hollie was also a very likable character.
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