I highly recommend “Blackblood Bear" by Amelia Jade and it deserves 4.5 stars.
Werebear Justin is in conflict with his identity of self. Is he more than he trained to be? What is his purpose in life? Shay Lyon challenges him. His bear realizes that there is something different about her. Will he ever realize what she could mean to him?
Beware! Danger to the shifters hasn't ended. Read to find out what could happen next.
I finished reading “Blackblood Bear" by Amelia Jade and want more. She did another amazing job writing this story. I found it to be a fun and exciting read and was truly caught up in the original storyline. Readers get a romance with action, suspense and drama. The story was great and the characters' dialogues enhanced the story. Plus the setting was realistic.
The next book in this series is "Silver Bullet Bear" (The Agency Book 3) and it's already out.
I love the book cover! Justin is scrumptious.
He's a half-breed granted the unnatural ability to shapeshift, troubled by the ghosts of those he has killed and hunted by the Agency and its masters, who have finally shown their faces.
She's a speed demon, a race-car driver who's lost her job and her father. A search to find the man who gave life to her leads to King City, where a desperate war being waged in the shadows brings her into contact with an impossibly gorgeous shifter.
Justin Renne knows this beautiful, curvy woman is different from the others, and her need for speed matches his own in a way he never thought he'd find. But he has unintentionally pulled her into his world of death and brutal warfare with a firsthand introduction that should leave her scarred for life.
But Shay Lyon is made of sterner stuff than that. As his fight and her quest become inexorably intertwined, so do the pair and their future. In the end though, she's a human in the midst of a war. Can he protect her from his life of violence, or will she end up as just one more nightmare that haunts him?