By Amy Lamont
Wedding planner Kayla Mackenzie specializes in creating spectacular destination weddings in exotic locations. But when her newest clients decide they want to get married in the wilds of Alaska, anxiety rears its ugly head. Sticking to cosmopolitan cities and tropical beaches allows her to avoid the one creature that scares her more than the words “prenuptial agreement.” But heading to the heart of werebear country means she’ll have to face her biggest fear.
Outdoor adventure guide Trent Black gets grouchier each day that goes by without finding his mate. But the last woman he expects to ignite his possessive instincts is a high maintenance human like Kayla. It’s bad enough she hates everything to do with the outdoors, but her obvious fear of bear shifters leaves him questioning his attraction. When fate steps in and strands them in a late winter blizzard, he has one chance to help her to overcome her fear and open her heart.
Bear to Have and Hold is a classic of story of girl meets boy and boy just happens to be a bear shifter. The story is a tale of acceptance and forgiveness. It is also about seeing things for what they really are.
I liked Kayla because she has faults but she’s okay with them. And her best friend is not afraid to point them out. She is a successful business woman that is just going through the motions of life. She has her fears and she has to understand and overcome them.
I loved Trent. He is perfect for Kayla. He is an outdoorsman that lives his life and does more than go through the motions. Kayla learns a lot from him.
This book has a good heart to it. It was short but had good characters in it.
Bear to Have and Hold
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