Bear of Interest gets 5 stars and a Top Pick!
Dr. Cole MacDonald (doctor, werebear, alien from outer space, Kalispell Shifter) found a dead body while in bear form. What would you do if you found one? He did the right thing but temporarily ended being a person of interest. What is this lonely bear to do?
Detective Samantha "Sam" Hardy (human) was in desperate need of answers regarding the most recent homicide. After studying the forensics and lab reports, more questions arisen for her. The current person of interest pushes all her right buttons…in a sexy hot way. Could the sexy blue eyed doctor be the killer? What secrets does he have?
Beware danger still lurks! There a killer still on the loose. Who will put the killer to justice before the body count rises?
The story and characters' dialogues were great. The story setting was realistic and I could imagine myself at the Starlight Cafe' during salmon night or wishing I could take a bite out of Death by Chocolate dessert at the Tree Top restaurant. I was able to revisit previous characters from the other books and meet new ones. I liked how all the characters fit together in a nicely woven tale. I found it to be a fun and exhilarating to read. The story was well paced. I was caught up in the fascinating and truly original storyline.
Readers expect to be amazed with romance, suspense and drama. Cole and Sam were a spicy combination. There was never a dull moment while reading Bear of Interest. I finished reading Bear of Interest with a smile. Vanessa Devereaux did another great job again.
I highly recommend Bear of Interest (Kalispell Shifters Series, Book 11) by Vanessa Devereaux.
Dr. Cole MacDonald didn’t count on stumbling upon a dead woman’s body while he was out running as a bear. He did the right thing and called 911 but wonders if that might put him and his fellow shifters in some sort of predicament. The homicide detective assigned to the case is Samantha Hardy who’s got all the attributes Cole likes in his women, well, apart from being human.
Sam also takes special note of Cole, especially when bear and not human footprints are found close to the victim’s body. Should he be a person of interest or should she, for once in her life, forget about her own tragic past, let her guard down, and let this hunk of a man romance her?