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I really enjoyed this book he told the story got to the point it was not drawn out with a lot of unimportant words right to the point I like the way he turned in to a bear. it's call a shift changer . I have to give him five stars kept my attention thru out the story I received this book free from the author, narrator for a honest and unbiased review via audio book boom
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
This is Book 1 in the Finding Fatherhood series and my introduction to Kit Fawkes. Papa Bear is a well-written, short, shifter romance with some mystery/action elements and likable characters. It can be a standalone, as it is a complete story arc with no cliffhanger. (W'hoo!) I liked the pacing of the story and that the characters dealt with real issues and obstacles in a reasonable manner (no TSTL moments, whining, etc). There was plenty going on, but it didn't feel rushed or superficial. I will keep an eye out for more from this author.
David Quimby has a good voice and tone that works for the main character who is a mostly laid-back and in-control police officer who can become a bit growly, as he is also a bear shifter. The softening of his voice for female dialogue is just enough to do the job without sounding fake. He has a good feel for where to put emphasis in his reading, and his pronunciation is good, taking into consideration that he uses a slight southern/country accent that fits the characters and this story well. I received this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
This book is what you get when you combine a US Marshall bear shifter, a new born baby, a woman with a history and relentless bad guys. For being so short, this book is fast moving with plenty of action. It is sweet and feel good with a definite HEA. It also seems to set the pace for the future books in this series.
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