Stone Bear: Phoenix

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Stone Bear: Phoenix

Stone Bears Book 2

Stone Bear: Phoenix deserves 4.5 stars and a WOW statement.

Uriel, Stone Bear shifter, from Genesis Valley has his own story to be told. He's currently mateless. He's lost one arm and more. He lacks cohesion with his bear and human body.

Human female, Sydney Hightower, physiotherapist, is going to make changes in Uriel's life. Will they be able to stay business professionals or will their relationship develop into something more with heat? Where will this blazing hot attraction lead to? Oh, the possibilities!

Beware! Danger and intrigue are happening in Genesis Valley. Who is the True Form? Who are the rogue shifters? Will they be able to stop things before it's too late?

I finished reading Stone Bear: Phoenix Stone Bears Series, Book 2 with happiness and amazement. Amelia Jade did another amazing job writing this story. I found it to be a fun and exciting read and was truly caught in the original storyline. Readers get a romance with suspense and drama. The story was great and the characters' dialogues enhanced the story. The settings were realistic. I could imagine Uriel taking care of rogue shifters with the tranquilizer dart gun. The chemistry between Uriel and Sydney was intense and hot. Read to find out how Uriel figures out ways to help others.

I finished the story quickly. Stone Bear: Phoenix is a spin-off from the Jade Crew Series. I was able to revisit previous characters from the Jade Crew Series and meet new ones. I liked how all the characters and storylines fit together in a nicely woven tale. I always enjoy reading books from this author. I highly recommend Stone Bear: Phoenix, Stone Bears Series, Book 2 by Amelia Jade. There was never a dull moment while reading Phoenix.

I love the book cover! Uriel is scrumptious.


Book Blurb for Stone Bear: Phoenix

A horrific injury has left bear shifter Uriel traumatized and unable to speak to his bear. With the growing evil in Genesis Valley making him desperate to heal, Uriel will do anything to return to active duty. After finally seeking aid, Uriel realizes the intelligent and confident woman who has agreed to help him may just be the key to his problem.

Maintaining a professional demeanor is crucial to Sydney Hightower’s job. But when the clearly hurting Uriel walks through her door, she has no idea what’s in store for her. The electric connection between them throws her off guard and makes her question whether she can truly maintain her distance from him.

Reconnecting with his bear seems impossible, hastening Uriel’s downward spiral. An unknown traitor in his crew’s midst is threatening to undo everything they have been working for, and Uriel will need to grow whole and heal if he is to help his crew survive. But can Uriel use his budding romance with Sydney to rise from the ashes and help save the Valley?


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2016 4.50