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Alison Campbell's reality is far from ordinary. All her life she's been told that there are things that go bump in the night; dangerous creatures that are half animal, half man. Not only that, she's one of the chosen ones whose job it is to protect humanity from these monsters by rooting them all out. That is why she's trying to get close to some of them, by posing as an informant against her own people. However, the more time she spends with 'the other side,' the less she can continue to believe that they're inherently evil. In fact, she's actually developing feelings for one of them. So, who are the real monsters?
Jamie Abbott, bear shifter and local leader of The Alliance, is hot on the trail of The Sons of Domnall, a secret society of humans out to destroy all of his kind. After an attempt to bring down their Edinburgh cell, he and his team are scrambling to question their prisoners before the Sons inevitably mount a rescue effort. That's when he meets Alison, the mysterious and curvaceous beauty who looks strangely familiar. It's attraction at first sight, but Jamie can't shake the feeling that Alison, the woman his bear has chosen as his mate, is hiding something big.
Before long, the Sons of Domnall will strike back at Jamie and The Alliance. It'll be time for everyone to choose where their loyalties lie: love or family, human or shifter?
This paranormal romance novella is the third in the Scottish Werebears series. Although each part stands on its own and can be heard out of order, listening to them one after the other would provide the best possible experience.
©2015 Lorelei Moone (P)2016 Lorelei Moone
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By Cheri on 05-17-16

Forbidden Love!

This short story is well rounded and has a good mix of romance, suspense and action. A Forbidden Love is the third book in the series and my favorite so far. While this story may be listened as a stand a lone, it is a much richer story after listening to the first two stories.

Another well written novella that flowed smoothly with an unexpected plot twist. Alison, the daughter to the leader of the group "Sons of Domnal" is part of secrete organization that believes in protecting humanity from shifters. She's been taught shifters are dangerous; however, she cannot deny her attractions to Jamie, who happens to be a bear shifter. As this group collides with the shifters, she will be forced to choose a side.

While Alison and Jamie's interaction and dialogue is well developed, the plot could be predictable at times.

I've listened to the first three stories in the series, and enjoyed them because they are a quick stories, and the plot builds on the previous book.

I received this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased opinion.

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By Jan on 10-24-17

Interesting read!

shifters, romance, conflict, family-dynamics

The publisher's blurb is rather extensive, so no need for a recap. The deep personal conflict that the main characters feel is managed very well and the story grabs you and makes you finish it in one sitting. Excellent!
Patrick Blackthorne is excellent as narrator.

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By A D. on 05-18-16

A werebear paranormal romance shorter story

If you are looking for a light shorter paranormal story, then this series is for you. While each book can be listened to individually, the plots and characters do layer up and overlap in interesting ways. The overlapping themes, specifically the potential conflict with the Sons of Domnal, seem to develop depth that would be less possible in a shorter story. For that reason alone I would recommend reading the stories in order, though it isn't necessary.

This book was the least satisfying of the three so far, though initially i had hoped it would be the most interesting. Without spoiling the book for you, I thought the personal challenges between the male and female protagonists seemed potentially insurmountable. I think their conflict of interests, though touches upon, demanded more exploration.

That said, I look forward to the next book in the series.

This audiobook was given by the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.

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