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    Fun shifter trilogy!!!

    **Received ARC from NetGalley for a fair and honest review** Overall for all three stories I'd rate this book at 4.5 stars!!! Thanks Fur Last Night is a trio of shifter novella's. This is a standalone book. Bearing His Sins by Eve Langlais I'd rate this story at 4.75 stars! Is Cole and Anya's story. Cole is a bear shifter and Anya is the daughter of a Russian mobster and her grandmother runs off and has her hidden from her grandfather. To get away from a life of hiding and a betrothal she must go back to Russia to get out from under her grandfather's thumb. I love the author and her over the top comedy with her characters. I know anytime I read one of her books, no matter how bad of a mood I'm in it will cheer me up and this book is no exception! I really enjoyed the characters, I love the comedy in the book, but you also get a fair amount of action and romance. I enjoyed the chemistry between the characters, the only thing that would have made this book better would have been a little more story about them at the end. Otherwise great story!! Bought by the Bear by Milly Taiden I'd rate this story at 4.5 stars! Xander needs to find a mate fast so that he can get his grandmother to sign over her portion of their company to him. In order to do this he puts out an add with specific requirements. Josilyn is down on her luck thanks to her slimy ex-husband who ruined her due to his petty jealousy. When Josilyn's friend see's the add through her company she gets Josilyn to apply, little do they know she's the perfect fit. This story was very enjoyable, not the comedy that you get from the first story. But you will get a good story, some action/adventure and of course romance. The characters had pretty good chemistry and were enjoyable to read about. Again, the book ends but needs more, doesn't feel finished which is again my gripe about the story. The Alpha and I by Kate Baxter I would rate this story at 4 stars! Devon up and moved two states away to get away from her controlling ex. What she isn't expecting, is while driving home in a snow storm, to find an unconscious man naked in the snow. This book is full of action and suspense. The characters are very enjoyable, the chemistry between them is good. I have two gripes with this book the first being a lot of typo's and the second is the same I've said from the first two stories, the story ended and didn't give enough ending. Otherwise I really enjoyed the book all around and I would definitely recommend! Hope this helps! Happy Reading!!!
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    Thanks Fur Last Night

    A trifecta of reading! Three beloved authors have teamed up to give us triple the reading enjoyment. An example of what's offered: Milly Taiden again offers us a great story with some humor, heat, and honesty in BOUGHT BY THE BEAR: Josie is the single parent of her eight-year-old nephew. She's great at love, however, some bad luck has made her struggle to keep them going. A friend offers her the chance to catch up for a while. She has to do something she'd never have considered if times weren't so desperate. A fake-mate. That's what Xander needed. To appease his only family, a loving but strong grandmother, he has to appear to be settling down. The phrase you can buy anything on the internet was true in this case. Only when he met Josie there was nothing fake about his feelings. This is a couple you will cheer to have their HEA. Unfortunately, not everyone wants her happiness. Someone is threatening her and she's trying to handle it herself. Will she live long enough to find the HEA? The author has given a complete read with wonderful characters, good storyline, and steamy chemistry. Enjoy all three great reads.
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    3.5 Stars

    What I love about these anthologies is that you get a sampler of authors in short novellas. It’s a great way to see if you like an authors work before buying their books. In Thanks Fur Last Night, Eve Langais, Milly Taiden and Kate Baxter each provided us a novella on bear shifters and a werewolf. Bearing His Sin by Eve Langlais: What I’ve learned about Eve Langlais’ books is that she loves to write the silly, comedic love stories on all kinds of shifters. Bearing His Sin is on the lighter side and was pretty entertaining. It’s over the top silly, but it worked in this story. I laughed a lot! If you enjoy the sillier side, I think you’ll enjoy Bearing His Sin. Bought By The Bear by Milly Taiden: This story was cute but an average read. I liked that the Hero hired the heroine to pretend to be his mate for his grandma only to find out she actually is his mate. It’s also a rich man, poor girl Cinderella type of story. For a rich man, the Hero was not as confident as I would have expected. He came off more as a boy entering an adult world. This might be one that if extended to a longer story, I would have enjoyed the better developed characters. The Alpha and I by Kate Baxter: This was a good story but an average read. There wasn’t anything about it to make it standout for such a short read. What you do learn is that it’s well written and has potential to be a great story if it was longer and better developed. Novellas are great but sometimes the shortness of a story makes it feel too rushed. Also, I have to admit that it bothered me that the author forgot about the dog in the story. I’m sure it was an oversite but it made it seem like they just abandoned the dog in a cabin the woods and never went back for it. Conclusion: Out of all three novellas, Eve Langlais was my favorite. It stood out for making me laugh and kept me entertained with the silliness.
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    Thanks Fur Last Night

    Thanks Fur Last Night is a fantabulous collection of stories by marvelous authors that each have a gift for using well written worlds to build wonderful and intriguing worlds full of captivating and commanding characters. Bearing His Skin by Eve Langlais keeps readers glued to the pages as murder and mayhem plaque Cole and Anja providing lots of thrilling suspense, excitement and some heated romance that is full of turmoil. Bought by the Bear by Milly Taiden is an emotionally turbulent story that captures the readers’ hearts as well as their attention as Xander tries to convince Josilyn that their fake mating is not only the real thing but one that will last forever. The Alpha and I by Kate Baxter captivates readers with an intense and emotional romance that has danger nipping at its heels which keeps anticipation building from the beginning to the end. All three stories may be short but they pack one heck of a punch, as they all ensnare readers keeping them glued to the pages until they have read each and every word. The romances are fascinating with lots of sizzling chemistry that leaps from the pages and the stories are full of excitement and thrills that gives readers an exhilarating experience and I can’t wait to read the next Beast Sized Anthology which coming soon.
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    2 fun and sexy stories, one dud

    Bearing His Sin - Eve Langlais As expected, this story was a lot of fun and super sexy. From the first moment they met, you knew Anja and Cole weren't any typical couple. Their attraction was immediate, their dark humour matched perfectly, and their bloodthirst on point. While his bear knows she is his mate, the man just follows along until he knows as well. And while Anja plays along, it becomes her reality as well. Family drama and crazy relatives add to the mix, and makes our HEA even more of an d'awwww moment Bought by the bear - Milly Taiden This was okay. The premise was good, but there were so many things in the storyline that were off, it was distracting. Why did the grandmother want Nick so badly? Really, only for money, that seems weak. The whole side story with the wolves, was I supposed to know or care? Why was something so seemingly sad and big stuck in the middle of this book? If Josie's ex really hated her that much, how did they court, get married, and stay together and she never noticed. It seems he has always hated her, so either has was a perfect actor, which seems unlikely, or she was completely naive, again, seems unlikely Finally, and this is my rant portion, why, oh, why, in books do authours believe that if they have a character who is made fun of for their weight, they can make fun of those making fun of them, by making fun of their weight. STOP IT! It is school yard antics and name calling. There is no need, and it shows a lack of integrity. It goes both ways, so when you see a character being judged because they are too heavy, and they brush it off because the too skinny person must be hungry, it is perpetuating the problem. In life, if that happens, both people are jerks, it is the same in books. Love your size, whatever it is, but don't judge others, no matter what their size, because then you are just as bad Rant done, obviously, book not enjoyed The Alpha and I - Kate Baxter Now this book I loved! This was the pick of the group for me. Devon is escaping her past in a small town when she runs across Liam, literally, in the middle of a blizzard. While she feels the sparks for him immediately, he feels something even more. His past is a threat to them both, and while the figure out the attraction between them, the action never stops. He is being pursued, and she is in danger because of it. Only lingering question for me - what happened to her dog?

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