Ski Bear (Bear Shifter Paranormal Romance) by Scarlett Grove
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
ski bear is someone that just grows on you. in all the books he's the light hearted one, the joker, the one who always sees the positive side of things. and now zach is getting his own HEA, i can only applaud that fact. but he doesn't get it the easy way, oh no, rather the opposite when the young woman he gets paired with is like his complete opposite. seeing she lives in Paris, france for some years he has himself convinced he can't live up to the fast pace high society life she must have had when she lived there.
masie has come home and is busy setting up a new pastry shop in fate mountain. her mother who works at the lodge does her best to convince her daughter to try out the dating app one of the rescue bears has made. according to her mother it really works and those bears are all looking for that one special lady to call their own. after some deliberation masie signs up and almost instantly finds a perfect match. it happens to be the same handsome stranger she ran across a few days ago at the lodge where her mother worked. when looking over his interests she can't really figure out why they would be a match, she doesn't even like skiing ...
but the brief moment they shared and the match made on the app puts them in a different ballgame.
will they find common ground and not change themselves for the other under the guise that it would be what the other would like?
this was a joy to read and i'm happy i had the privilege to read about zach. these rescue bear, they're something else!
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