A Secret to Bear by Ana W. Fawkes & Karolyn James writing as Ana James

Book Review

Scarlett’s life has not been very fulfilling, she is curvy aka fat, works at a dumpy diner, her mother died giving birth to her, and her father, John Harrorway murdered; after his death she never felt valued a secret to bearagain. In her fathers journals he wrote of the town of Strykersford and told her wonderful tales of bears and humans when she was a child; Scarlett wants to know what happened to her father. She heads to Strykersford and encounters Max, whose father was also murdered. Max is a werebear, gorgeous, huge, has a heart of gold and is crazy about Scarlett at first sight; Scarlett is likewise affected.

This is the story of Scarlett and Max finding the love of a lifetime and solving mysteries. The road to lasting love can be rough, but Max and Scarlett will find their happy ever after.

The authors, Ms. Fawkes and Ms. James, did a great job of infusing Scarlett’s emotions of insecurity, desire for love, and lack of self-worth into the story; and in turn, the heat of Max and Scarlett’s sexual attraction was blazing off the pages. The sex scenes are electric and descriptive, Fawkes and James know how to ramp up the sex to the hottest point but not sex for sex’s sake; this is a story of love not mindless sex.

Mysteries are solved and Scarlett gets her answers. Scarlett will come to see herself is as self-assured, valued, beautiful woman by the end of the story.

If you like werebear stories full of sexy handsome bears that are hot as firecrackers, this is the book for you.   Grab your copy, take your blood pressure pills, relax and enjoy the story. I am sure the brothers will be getting their own love story in the near future.

I recommend A Secret To Bear for adult only due to sexual content.

I received this ARC from the author in return for an honest book review.  This book review is my honest opinion; I was not influenced by any organization or person.

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