Release Blitz and Review: Bear to Love

Title: Bear to Love
A Kodiak Den Novel
Author: Amy Lamont
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: January 18, 2017


Softhearted and rebellious bear shifter Macy Black can’t stand to see any creature, man or beast, in pain. So when her big brother’s two best friends return home from deployment with battle scars that go way beyond skin deep, she makes it her mission to help them heal. But when her desire to help turns to flat out desire, she starts to question everything she thought she knew about love.

Former Special Forces soldiers Nash Dixon and Gage Stone barely made it out of their last mission alive. The only way the two werebears are able to deal with the aftermath is by sticking close together. They both fear the bond they forged in battle may be the one thing that keeps them from finding their true mates.

But when their best friend’s little sister forces her way between them, will they find that’s exactly where she belongs?

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This is a new to me paranormal author.  I enjoy shifter stories and this one had a great premise.  The story takes place as part of a series but can easily be read as a stand alone. 

This is Macy's story.  I loved that she is a bear shifter and an animal rescue coordinator.  Seems a mix mash but she is good at her job.  She has given up on her inner bear.  Fearing she is dormant.  Until she tries to rescue her brother's best friends.  Gage and Nash are tortured with PTSD and with an unexplained need to be near each other.  Once Macy sets her sites on them, the circle feels complete.  

I liked that this author gave us a slow burn.  Although there is instant attraction and mate recognition, the three of them develop a relationship first.  

Short read but interesting and great characters!  I would love to go back and read the rest of the series!

*Complimentary copy provided for an honest review. 

Author Bio

Amy Lamont writes contemporary romance about quirky heroines and hunky heroes. Over the years she's had some jobs she loved (working as a program coordinator for a non-profit animal rescue), some jobs she liked (freelance writing), and some jobs she hated (her experience as a waitress has turned her into the excellent tipper she is today). But nothing gives her greater joy than writing romances that pack an emotional punch and come with a guaranteed happily ever after.

Amy lives in New York with her husband, twin daughters, and two rescue mutts. She loves chatting with readers.

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