• Bear My Stripes: M/M Shifter Mpreg Romance

  • Furbidden Mates, Book 2
  • By: Artemis Wolffe
  • Narrated by: Gus Klondike
  • Series: Furbidden Mates, Book 2
  • Length: 2 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-06-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dueling Spires
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.1 (66 ratings)

Regular price: $6.95

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Publisher's Summary

Mark Bruner is a bear caught in the middle. While Mark has always harbored feelings that his father's ancient clan might consider abhorrent, he's been able to keep them in check for years in order to better serve his family's needs. But, in the fallout of his brother's ill-timed actions, the clan's financial empire begins to crumble, and Mark finds himself with a plane ticket to Mumbai. Once aboard, he can't help but be shaken up by the tattooed shifter in a nearby seat and those long-repressed feelings threaten to reemerge.
Zeke Kaplan isn't like most tigers. Where any other tiger would prefer to roam wild and run free, Zeke has been desperately searching for the mate he knows can calm his inner-beast. So when he catches the eye of a weary-eyed bear with a chip on his shoulder, Zeke knows he's found the one. Convincing the sexy and broad-shouldered giant, however, turns out to be more than a little challenging.
As Mark and Zeke's forbidden romance buds, an old and dangerous enemy rears his head once more, threatening to destroy everything they've come to hold dear. When flight no longer remains an option, Mark and Zeke must fight back or lose each other forever. Can they overcome a force that would see them dragged into eternal dismay, or will they have to face a harsh truth and realize that sometimes romances should remain forbidden?
©2015 Dueling Spires (P)2015 Dueling Spires
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Customer Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
By Donald on 05-13-17

Thoroughly enjoyable...

So I finished Striped and Bear and immediately had to read the second part of this story...so glad that I did. I love the premise of this story...differences bringing us together! Bears, tigers, oh my!!! This story picks up with Mark (Matthew's younger brother) meeting his mate Zeke (Ezra's cousin)...alright, a little contrite I know but the story was fantastic. Love, adventure, kidnapping, Polar bears...it's all here. Thoroughly enjoyed this story and hope we get to see where the Bruner family and their mates (& kids) go next...Gus Klondike did another great job bringing the characters to live and using differing inflections to the characters. Good book...

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3 out of 5 stars
By Belen on 12-23-15

Enjoyed the story

What aspect of Gus Klondike’s performance would you have changed?

I would have absolutely changed his voice for Zeke.

Was Bear My Stripes: M/M Shifter Mpreg Romance worth the listening time?

Yes.

Any additional comments?

A (sort of) conclusion to the Furbidden Mates series following the mating of bear shifter, Mark, brother to Matt (from book 1) and tiger shifter, Zeke, cousin to Ezra (also from book 1).

Psycho dad makes a reappearance, and we get to see that plot thread from the first story get tied off.

Couple of things left me with a bit of head scratching, but all in all I enjoyed the story and the narration.

Each story is only a couple of hours - so it's no biggie to knock the two stories out back to back. One note on the narration: I would have preferred a deeper voice for Zeke. He sounded a bit...small, and not at all what I would expect of a huge tiger shifter.

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