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    Bunny and Bear

    Stunning book can't wait to read more in this series! The story line in very good I am very impressed!
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    Loved it

    I enjoyed the story with all it's little quirks and humour. It's a book that I could read again.
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    Beaeable

    Was a very good read kept me wanting to read more looking for more on this couple and family adventure.
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    Unbelievable representation, thin plot

    The plot - about kidnapped alpha male shifters - took a far backseat to the "sexual tension" between the titular Bunny and Bear, which I found pretty wholly unbelievable in general. Not to mention the obviously fabricated "drama" between them that didn't go any deeper than surface level. The humor I didn't find that funny either, and what I did find funny was just when I was reading it aloud and how ridiculous it sounded. Though I can see Langlais' writing potential, as there are some very well-turned phrases, plot-wise she could focus more on the actual plot-driving action, and not so much on unfulfilled yet reciprocated sexual desires.
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    Bunny and the Bear

    Very good read. I didn't think it wpuld interest me, but once i started reading I didn't want to stop.
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