Tammy is just doing her job. What are the odds it would take her to Alaska amidst a clan of shapeshifters? Now granted, she's more tolerant of the strange and unusual due to her mother's constant comments about aliens and such, but really? When confronted, literally, she takes it with a certain aplomb that makes her even more attractive to Reid, the man her job sent her to Alaska to investigate. A classic romance this is not.
I really liked Reid and how he was with Tammy; with all women in his life, really. He's very courteous and courtly even when he's royally ticked. That man was raised right! And his actions have the added bonus of throwing Tammy for a loop because she is used to men being selfish asses. Tammy was a woman who tells it like it is, can handle herself as well as a gun, and keeps her cool when the going gets tough.
As with all books by this author there was lots of sarcasm and snark and just the right amount of undeniable sexual chemistry that is the catalyst for so much more. The back story was good and intriguing and I eagerly anticipate the sequel. While the author provided an epilogue (a must in my opinion) she also added a cliffhanger, which alternately irritates and has me rabid for the next book.
Hands full taking care of his clan, the last thing this Kodiak bear needs is a woman poking her cute little nose into his affairs. But when she refuses to back down—and shows the courage to stand up to him—he can’t resist the allure of a curvy city girl.
She’s mine. All mine.
And when a rival clan thinks to use her to force his paw, he’ll show them why you never piss off a Kodiak, or threaten what’s his.
Tammy is convinced men are all scum, even gorgeous ones like Reid Carver. She knows he’s hiding something. Something big. She just never expected a real freaking bear hid underneath all those muscles. But when the truth comes out and he tries to scare her off with a roar, she shows him not just bears have bite.