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Lumberman Werebear

Saw Bears
Narrated by: Mackenzie Harte
Series: Saw Bears, Book 7
Length: 2 hrs and 46 mins
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Summary

Haydan Walker is perfectly content as the only remaining bachelor in the Ashe Crew. Sure, his crew seems happy, but his bear is different and has no urge to find a mate. So when one of the Gray Backs begs him to claim his sister, Haydan's instinct is to run as far away as he can. Cassie Belle isn't taking no for an answer, though, and Haydan is about to find out the little sexy-as-hell, smart-mouthed hellion is toting some serious baggage.

Cassie is no pushover. She knows what she wants, and she patiently hunts until she gets it. And right now, she wants Haydan to claim her so she'll be under the protection of the giant, tatted-up, steely-eyed bad boy bear shifter. She'll be the perfect mate - friends with benefits - and she'll be sure to leave her emotions at the door. It's a solid plan until Haydan shows her how different life could be if she'd only let someone in.

Change is hard, and facing her past even harder, but if she can allow Haydan to help, Cassie just might find the sanctuary she's been searching for.

Content Warning: explicit love scenes, naughty language, and piles of sexy shifter secrets.

Adult only bear shifter romance.

©2015 T. S. Joyce (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Helen
  • 14-08-19

Awesome!

So far I have not been disappointed. I laugh, cry, fist the air for the good over evil. Thank you! I will continue to read her books because she knows how to tell a story.

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  • Kim @AudioLoversBlog
  • 11-08-19

@audioloversblog <3 Hayden+Cassie

Hayden is, perhaps, the least known of the shifters even though his book was the last. His interactions with the rest of the crew seems to be at best a side note for the other books. Still, by the time we are a few minutes in I am captivated by the way he cares for Cassie. She’s expecting him to treat her like she’s nothing more than someone who she’s arranged to be with but that’s not something that she’s capable of being as far as he’s concerned. Learning about Matt and Cassie’s past was a pleasant treat and gave me a new understanding of him, just in time to listen to his book.

Mackenzie Harte gives a stellar performance, as always. She’s an amazing narrator that makes it easy to get lost in her work.

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  • Kindle CustomerLMD
  • 28-07-18

Lieberman Werebear

It is an okay book. A little too much " ruff sex talk". The story was fair. The reader was really good. Her voice was easy to listen to .Some of The other books in this series and they were better, than this book.

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  • Jan
  • 21-04-18

An end and a beginning!

The publisher's blurb gives too much plot info, but doesn't convey the depth of feeling expressed. This last pair of mated shifter bears take little of the reader's imagination to relate to hurting people in our world, and once again is written with insight and a lot of care.
Mackenzie Harte continues to perform with the same creativity as the author.