Lord of the Bears
Book 1, Wild Ridge Bears
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This virile bear shifter thought fated mates were just a fairytale…until he found his.
Destiny made Jaxson Lord the new head of one of the most powerful bear clans on Wild Ridge. But Jax’s birthright will only carry him so far. To stay on top, it’ll take all the strength and cunning he has to prove to the other mining crews he’s worthy. He’s got no time for distractions and thinks fated mates are just a fairytale. Until he meets curvy Nora Gentry and she sets his virile, protective, inner bear on fire. The trouble is, she’s caught the eye of the rest of the clans and now Jax has more than just his own crew to fight for.
On a nature photography assignment, Nora finds herself alone in the woods and face to face with a fierce, Grizzly. When Jax appears out of nowhere and comes to her aid, Nora knows there’s something compelling, dangerous, and familiar about him. There’s magic in those woods and Jax is at the center of it. But giving into their passions can bring dangerous consequences neither of them ever expected.
Reader’s Note: Each book in the Wild Ridge Bears series is a full length, standalone, cliffhanger free, super sexy, bear shifter romance with a guaranteed happily ever after. You can read them in any order but the scorching hot events within each are interconnected and happen chronologically. These bears are hot, dominant, and fiercely protective of their mates. Their women are just as strong and like to misbehave. Come along and enjoy the ride!
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were appealing from start to finish.
You should read this book
Lord of bears
Very very good. I couldn’t put it down. Thank you Susan
Almost a good read.
The book is good and definitely had good potential. But I can understand why it's free. The writer seems young and inexperienced and the wording was cheesy. I felt like the placement of every adjective or adverb was forced; it wasn't a good flow of description you would get from a more experienced author. The book seemed rushed through after the first couple chapters. Like the author was really going somewhere and then got lazy. But if the book was written properly and detailed the way it should've been it would've have been a terrific read.