Chief Bear (Bear Shifter Paranormal Romance) by Scarlett Grove
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
really loved this first book in this new series by scarlett grove. i know she can write shifter you just have to love!
this just delivers and ticks all the right boxes.
levi is a former seal who's now owning and running a lodge up on the mountain. he's also head of the local rescue bears, also all former seal's.
one of them has developed an app to find a compatible human woman, hopefully the one who turns out to be their fated mate. it has a high success rate and Levi is a bit curious about it. lately he's been a bit broody, longing for someone to call his own. he decides to give the app a try and rather quickly finds a match with juliet.
juliet's been out and about, she loves what she does for a job, she's only no longer happy with where she works and for whom. the whom being her ex-boyfriend now her direct boss. a sniffling snake who doesn't pass up an opportunity to drag her down!
one night out her friends point out this new dating app to find a shifter boyfriend. it's been a while since the shifters came out and after a lot of ups and downs things finally started to settle. but it got a bit harder for the shifters to find their mate now they were "out".
her friends urge her to try it out, you never know. when she sees all the shifter men on the app she can't get over the fact they're all looking handsome, but that one who's said to be a 100% match with her takes the cake.
weeks pass with texts and mails going back and forth. what will these two do when julliet's friend decide to have her wedding at the lodge owned by levi? inadvertently putting them together face to face. with the app be correct?
there are a few more things happening but they're too good to write about, zach is all i say. he seems to be a handful hihi
i hope this group of bears keep growing. they're just so likable.
free copy given in exchange for an honest review.
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