Two Bears Are Better Than One
Alpha Werebear Paranormal Menage RomanceeBook - 2014
From USA TODAY and NEW YORK TIMES best-selling author Lynn Red comes a steamy, sexy, hilarious alpha werebear romance... with two times the bears! Jill Appleton is a witty, slightly-lanky, tall-enough-to-make-most-guys-nervous biologist with a thing for bears. Whoa, whoa, not like that - she's got a thing for SAVING bears. When she hears stories of a secretive group of Kodiaks in the Appalachian Mountains, she knows she's got to check them out. First of all, they're not supposed to be there, and second - bears that live in a pack? That's about as rare as biologists who love big crowds. Or, when it comes to Jill, it's as rare as one of her dates not turning into a train wreck. She's all but given up on finding that one guy who the universe decided was right for her. Good thing she's about to meet two. Rogue and King, joint alphas of the Broken Pine werebear clan, could not be more different. King is quiet, stalwart, and strong. He holds clan traditions and history sacred, and refuses to wear anything but a loincloth - the way the elders did. Rogue would rather get a face full of werewolf teeth than bother with all that. He's feral, wild, loyal to a fault, and loves to guzzle craft beer straight from a keg. And also - a loincloth? Jeans all the way for this bear, thank you very much. With the outside world coming closer to Broken Pine territory all the time, and the werewolf packs getting more riled up than ever, something is wrong. But, when the two alphas - who according to clan law, both mate one woman, and mate for life - see Jill making her way to camp? The two alphas feel their hearts beat together, and know in that second that no matter what, no matter how, they will have her, they will possess her. They'll make her theirs at any cost.***The Broken Pine Bears is a series of standalone novels each with a complete storyline and HEA ending. No cliffhangers here!***. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Francis Ashe, 2014.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource
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