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  • Battling Attraction

    Annette Garsea is a caseworker for the Interspecies Placement Agency. She is a bear shifter with a past in the foster care system giving her a heart for the job. David Auberon is an investigator that aids the agency that Annette's works for who is fighting his attraction to her because of his own history. Secondary characters make the story and events flow but felt the main couple was hindered because of the fight to ignore their attraction to each other. "A copy of this book was provided by SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." ALL IN ALL AN ENJOYABLE SHIFTER TALE! LOOK FORWARD TO THE NEXT IN THIS SERIES.

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  • I enjoyed it .

    Through NetGalley, I received a free copy of BEARS BEHAVING BADLY (Book 1 of the BeWere My Heart Series) by MaryJanice Davidson in exchange for an honest review. Werebear social worker Annette Garsea occasionally encounters werebear private investigator David Auberon when he arrests some of her juvenile delinquents. The pair meet again through a case involving a teen wolf shifter publicly beating up a fully adult shifter. When a witness says the victim deserved the beating and more, when the teen wolf refuses to speak, and when the victim declines to press charges, Annette and David decide to take a closer look. Then, things heat up as the teen wolf escapes custody, the victim is murdered, hit squads start attacking them, and someone in the government seems to be covering up a shifter trafficking cartel. Meanwhile, Annette and David maintain they aren’t dating, they aren’t in a relationship, and they aren’t even friends. I enjoyed this book. While the mystery storyline dealt with serious matters and had a lot of action, intrigue, and suspense; the romance aspect was light, sweet, and often silly.

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  • Another fun new series by Davidson!

    I fell in love with MaryJanice Davidson’s books when I found her Undead series which follows the adventures of the Queen Vampire, Betsy Taylor. That series was always such a fun read, filled with lots of absurd situations and quirky characters. And Davidson continues with the quirky characters, but makes some of the situations more realistic in Bears Behaving Badly… although there’s still lots of crazy situations too! One of the reasons I enjoy Davidson’s writing so much is the frantic pace that her characters end up talking from time to time. Four people will be talking, maybe not all about the same thing, and she doesn’t give you lots of definition as to who is saying what. For some people this can get confusing or they don’t like that style of writing, but I do, since this is in reality often how groups of people talk; everyone talking over each other, not really listening, but still wanting to be heard. Davidson shines when it comes to character development, even if some of the characters are air-heads or vapid. And her secondary characters are always as complex as the main ones, and often one of them will become my favorite over the leads. I’m really enjoying Oz and Pat. Nadia is stealing my heart since she reminds me of myself a bit, seems to not really like people, but is a soft, squishy mess under that hard exterior. And her romance scenes are always full of wonderful awkwardness that leads to some hot sex. I love how well Davidson incorporates the strangeness that can be felt at the beginning of relationships when you’re not completely sure how the other person feels. And even though she used the trope; I can’t be with the other person for whatever convoluted reason I cooked up in my mind, it didn’t feel like it was mentioned too often. If you enjoy Davidson’s other books, you’ll probably enjoy Bears Behaving Badly, and if you’ve never read her before, you should definitely give this one a try.

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  • Great read!

    Really enjoyed this action packed, emotionally thrilling adventure filled with exciting charters, witty dialog, heart racing twists, exciting turns and undeniable passion..... was a great read! A real edge of your seat, cant put it down till the breath stealing end adventure!

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  • funny

    All her books are laugh out loud funny. And I will always buy her.

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