Saved by the Alpha Bear by Emilia Hartley
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Guided by her pack leader’s blind hatred and deceitful ways, Savannah is under the impression that Tom and Nick Brewer are unfit for being shifters. She’s forced into befriending the bears, gaining their trust and using it against them. Afraid of what her pack leader Lucas would do if she refused, she accepts the task and does her best to win the alpha bear brothers over. However, she’s surprised to find that the brothers aren’t the killers that Lucas had made them out to be.
Tom’s always been cautious, especially when his friends and family’s lives are put on the line. That’s why when Savannah applied to work at the Brewer Mechanics, he was immediately on guard. She was attractive, he could admit that, but he couldn’t understand why a shifter was applying to work at his shop. There could be no way this was a coincident. It didn’t help that not only was she was practically handed the job by Jo – Nick’s human mate – but Jo was also trying to push the two of them together…
Content Warning: This book contains lots of sexy shifter action. Intended for mature audiences.
This paranormal romance deals with one of my favorite plots: enemies to lovers. Everything starts with a desire for vengeance, a touch of intimidation and some blackmail. Like this, Savannah, our heroine, is forced by her alpha to befriend the killers of a pack member and find a way to get revenge. Savannah is a very likable character and pitiable too. Even though she tries to hide it, she fears being on her own again and of the harm that her alpha could inflict. I couldn’t help but wish she didn’t have that fear, hate, self-worth and confidence in herself. However, she undergoes a character development unlike any I have seen. The plot evolves in such a way that you live the story along with Savannah. I spent a couple of hours pitying the girl, scolding her, encouraging her, crying with her and sharing her joy. I do believe the author did an excellent job with this character.
Now, our hero, Tom. For Tom, it is quite difficult to see his brother with his mate even though he loves both. Things aren’t getting any easier as hi spends time with Savannah and the sparks fly between them. Nonetheless, the chemistry between them isn’t enough for him to totally trust her, yet. I loved all the family interaction with our hero and heroine. It was so cute and funny to watch. In fact, Jo and Nate were just so easy to like and I loved Jo playing cupid!
I feel in love with this book because it had comedy, romance, vengeance and action. I highly recommend it!
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