Papa Bear : Finding Fatherhood

  • by Kit Fawkes, Kit Tunstall
  • Narrated by David Quimby
  • Series: Finding Fatherhood
  • 2 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the Finding Fatherhood series, these shifters become daddies in unconventional ways.
US Marshal and bear-shifter Lucas Anderson failed to protect his pregnant witness, so when she asks him to adopt her daughter as her dying wish, he can't refuse. Angel is a sweet baby, and he soon feels like Papa Bear, and maybe she'll be the key to help him wear down his mate's resistance.
Libby has shut him down for months, and he knows they belong together, but she won't give him a chance to prove it. Can the stubborn bear and his baby win her over to their ready made family? Can he keep his mate and child safe when the cartel that killed his witness comes after him, putting all three in danger?


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Customer Reviews

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good book

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
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- Amazon Customer

Papa Bear

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.
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- Erin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-29-2016
  • Publisher: Amourisa Press