Bear King's Curves by A. T. Mitchell
Publisher: Red Ice Press (February 2014)
125 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $0.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Looking for revenge against the werebears that killed her father, Lyla's been stealing their artifacts piece by piece, but it seems she's stolen one too many, when they send Nick after her with orders to kill, but when he's faced with actually doing it, he has second thoughts. Once Nick knocked the gigantic chip of Lyla's shoulder, she was less abrasive, more pleasingly feisty, and a lot more likable, her loyalty to Nick appealing, if nothing else. Other than physical attraction, I wasn't really sure what Nick saw in Lyla at first, but fate can't be reasoned, perhaps, and he was a strong, protective hero that I loved from the start. This book involves a similarly constructed werebear clan as in Mitchell's Love to Bear, but the two stories are not connected. Nice, quick shifter read!