Sunday, August 3, 2014

#Review ~ The Witness and the Bear by T.S. Joyce

The Witness and the Bear
by T.S. Joyce

Hannah Michaels is on the run, and the protection detail assigned to her case have her wondering who, or what, she’s trusting her life with. After testifying against a criminal with a long reach, her days are numbered if her handler, Jeremy, can’t find a safe place for her. Out of options and with nowhere to go, she’s dropped off in the Big Horn Mountains of Montana with a duffle bag of her belongings and little explanation. 

Jeremy swears she’ll be safe in this wilderness sanctuary, but when she meets Benson Riker, leader of the bear shifter clan of Big Horn Valley, she doesn’t feel safe at all. In fact, the man is just about as feral as they come. 

In a bout of epically bad timing, she accidentally vies to be mated to the alpha, and no matter how much she tries to escape the competition for Riker’s affection, he is having none of it. He cites upholding clan law as his reasons for wanting her to stay, but the hungry look in his eyes says it’s more personal than that. 

Weathering deep secrets and danger from all sides, she’ll have to decide if Riker is the shifter who deserves her heart. 

A Hot Bear Shifter Romance. 

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Beverly's Review:
Hannah is in a world of shit. A witness protection program that went wrong. Dumped by her handler in the woods she unwittingly stumbles into a mate challenge.

The Witness and the Bear was a fast read. At least it seemed that way to me. I read from beginning to end. A HFN ending, though I didn't realize it until I saw there were more books, it hit all the things I look for in a romance.
Hot alpha male, family, a threat and a jealous female. It seemed believable in all it's aspects.

I felt for Hannah. Her world had fallen apart only because she did the right thing. Finding happiness was unexpected and the longer she had it, the more she wanted to keep it.

Benson is everything I love in an alpha male. He only wanted what was best for his clan and did what he needed to ensure their safety. He listened to his heart and his bear to guide him.

An entertaining book of instant attraction and acceptance, The Witness and the Bear took twists and turns to get to its heart warming end.

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