Bearly in Control : Shifters Undercover

  • by Milly Taiden
  • Narrated by Lauren Sweet
  • Series: Shifters Undercover
  • 5 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For vet and animal whisperer Charli Avers, talking to bears is all in a day's work. But when she finds a man - a very sexy, very alpha man - where a bear ought to be, the wild comes close to home. Charli is drawn to this mysterious stranger. She wants to help him piece together the past he can't remember - even if that means shedding her human misgivings and embracing her more carnal desires.
After shifting from bear to man, Barry believes he's finally found his mate. Now he just needs to find himself. He doesn't know much about the animal within him, but his human heart aches for Charli. She ignites his instincts to protect her from all danger - including their electric attraction.
The stakes climb as Charli investigates the mystery behind Barry's memory loss and how it may relate to strange sightings and thefts in this little corner of Oregon. Without answers, she may lose Barry - and herself - to the wild side forever.

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Most Helpful

not worth the time or money

it had NO ending


the story was all over the place and no ending an i didnt much care for the

this book was not worth the money ..it had no story line it bounced all over the place iwill NOT recommended this book to anyone sorry but it 👎 a no go for me and a no to part2
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- Lorraine Du Bois

NOTHING REDEAMING ABOUT IT!

What would have made Bearly in Control better?

Less ridiculous porn sex, a cast of characters that had a brain between them, a storyline that doesn't give the entire book away in the first few pages and a lot less horrible dialogue.


Would you ever listen to anything by Milly Taiden again?

No


How could the performance have been better?

Better material.


If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Bearly in Control?

I'd send the entire book back to the author and tell her to start over, to give the characters some brains in their dialogue and believability that the characters could exist, don't let the reader see the end from the start and de-porn the sex a bit.


Any additional comments?

I rarely bad mouth writers work like this as I don't want to crush or bruise creativity and I love the written word, however, this read like an overly hormonal early teen spent a few hours penning it.

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- Catherine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-13-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio