Once a Bear sets his mind on a mission, it’s best to stay out of his way. Alexander “Bunny” Bunsun is that Bear. Something’s not right with his cousin Chloe, and he’s come to Halle, PA, to sort it out, turn his Harley around and head home to Oregon. Until an enticing scent lures him into the local tattoo shop.
There she is. An inked, Southern-drawled she-Wolf with lime-green hair. His perfect mate.
Tabitha Garwood’s rotten day just got worse. Her Outcast status makes her a target for harassment with alarming regularity. And now, in the middle of a root touch-up, looking like a half-melted Skittle, she’s met her destined mate. The only upside? She finally has a protector in the form of a huge, tattooed, shaved-head Bear who vibrates with carefully restrained power.
When Chloe is left for dead and Tabby is threatened, only Alex can keep his growing family safe. Giving Tabby the loving home she needs, though, could come at a price—Alex must give up the control he’s worked a lifetime to attain.
Which means someone could die at the hands—and claws—of his beast.
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When I started reading this book, I automatically started laughing. The author really knows how to put just the right amount of humor in every page. I fell in love with the characters and the story. When Bunny finally realizes in the tattoo parlor that Tabby is his mate and a wolf is priceless. I love when he talks to himself and says “Nah. He could not have just heard that his Wolf mate was named after a kitty cat. No Wolf parent would be that cruel.”
I could not keep from laughing. Then when Tabby realizes that Bunny was her mate and a Bear, a she could think about was, “My mate is out there. My mate. What’s even weirder? Bear. My mate is a Bear. And I have orange roots.”
The laughs just keep coming. This book was a really great read, and I flew threw the other books as well. Now I am waiting for the next book in the series. I give this book a 5/ 5 stars.