Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Bear Naked (Halle Shifters #3) by Dana Marie Bell

To win a frightened heart, you have to bare your own.

Any woman would be eager to be Ryan Williams’s mate. Any woman but Glory Walsh. The sexy bear shifter is beautiful, strong and persistent, she’ll give him that. But Glory’s past taught her one simple truth: people leave. She can’t get past the fact he left her once before. Okay, so he had a good reason, and he did come back. Try convincing her emotions.

When Glory finally agrees to a date, Ryan feels like shouting hallelujah. He only left his mate to hunt down the man who’d shot her, but convincing the stubborn woman she has a permanent place at his side is tougher than he thought.

Their date takes a turn for the bizarre when Glory thanks Ryan for the series of romantic gifts—gifts Ryan never sent. It seems her past is coming back to bite her, and before it has a chance to sink its teeth in and tear her out of his life, Ryan will have to bare it all, right down to his soul, to protect the woman he loves. Even from herself.

Warning: This title contains explicit sex, graphic language, a blue-haired heroine, and a hero who isn’t afraid to get all kinds of naked.

My review:
There were moments in this book that I laughed so hard I cried.  Fans of Shelly Laurenston’s Pride series are sure to love these books.  We met Glory and Ryan in the first two books and for a while I thought Ryan deserved the run around that Glory was giving him.  He was cocky and could stand to be put down a peg or two but it lasted too long and I figured Glory for a contrary bitch.  The author pulled it out just in time and helped us understand why Glory was acting the way she was.  After that it was just one damn thing after another.  I need a nap.  

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