Scarlet and the Three Bears

Naughty Fairy Tales

Scarlet is at a crossroads in her life. She’s about to graduate with her Bachelor’s and realizes she still doesn’t know what she wants out of life. Taking a weekend to camp with friends is an opportunity to clear her thoughts and focus on her next steps, even if she doesn’t have any enthusiasm. As a couple’s only weekend she finds herself paired with a man she’s not comfortable with, but figures she can handle it. Too bad he’s not the only thing she has to concern herself about.

Leland, Connor and Brell are bear shifter brothers who have cut themselves off from society. Since hunters killed their parents they have no use for the human race. But when Scarlet is found in their trashed cabin, they decide to extract their own brand of justice. What starts as punishing a trespasser turns into a revelation that will change all of their lives.

Three hot sexy men in a remote cabin who want me? You can lose me anytime. Scarlet is abandoned by her drunken friends and is better off for it. When the three very different brothers unite to seduce her she doesn’t stand a chance. My favorite brother was Connor, but Brell was sexy and Leland was cute and all three made for a steamy read. Who says there is no such thing as a happily ever after?

Book Blurb for Scarlet and the Three Bears

Scarlet is separated from her camping party, lost deep in the northern wilderness. When she comes across what appears to be an abandoned cabin in the woods, she takes refuge for the night. Inside there are three of everything, but no sign of any occupants. Scarlet falls asleep in one of the large beds, dreaming of a knight in shining armor that she learned long ago doesn't exist.

When wild bears break in during the night, she thinks her life is over. But when she opens her eyes again she's surrounded by three of the hottest men she's ever seen. They demand to know why she's in their house, a desperate hunger in their eyes. Will Scarlet must submit to their sexual appetite or return to her unfulfilling life beyond the forest?

Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 3.50