Every Shifter has a mate. She's his. Now all he has to do is convince her that what they have between them is more than lust—much more.
When Harper's life begins a death spiral, she does what any self respecting woman would do—she heads for the mountains. More specifically, Grizzly Ridge. A brand new—and very remote—lodge in the wilds of Montana where the last thing she expects to find is a very alpha, very sexy mountain man who's more than a little wild himself and doesn't waste any time reigniting feelings in her she’d long since buried.
From the moment he lays eyes on her, Axel knows the curvy brunette is more than just a guest at his lodge. Much more. Every bear shifter has a mate. She’s his. And whether his brothers believe in fated mates or not, nothing will keep Axel from what's his. But first he’ll need to convince Harper that what she’s feeling is more than lust. It’s fate.
Reader note: His to Protect is a full length stand alone bear shifter novel with no Cliffhangers! This series contains: strong, sassy, curvy women; sexy alpha males; steamy shifters and sizzling sex scenes.
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His to protect
Very good read
Sexy, but not well written.
This one started out with a decent hook. I’ve read plenty of mountain man stories and my share of shifter stories so I had a good idea of what to expect. The sexual tension was described pretty well and the sex scene I read was sizzling hot, but I could not get past the lack of editing and the feeling of it being rushed. I felt like the interactions between the characters should have played out differently. Like in the very start, if I was isolated on a mountain and my hosts started fist fighting, it wouldn’t be something to just brush off. I realize that both main characters were feeling some serious hormones for each other but there was hardly any buildup, the back story creeping in felt like it wasn’t important and not well placed in their thoughts, and the fact that secrets were revealed almost immediately left me feeling like a big chunk of the book was cut out to save time.
Was a good book. Enjoyed