I finished reading Unbearable Desire with a smile. Vivi Andrews did a wonderful job with writing this novella. I found it awesome; fun, frustrating, and exciting to read. I was caught up in the fascinating and truly original storyline and drama. There was never a dull moment. I was eagerly hanging on trying to find out what would happen next.
Moira (werebear) got mixed messages from Hugo (werebear). She was willing to relocate, and follow her heart to be with him. All of it turned to be a drunken misunderstanding on her part. She had courage to try, and take a leap of faith. I liked that Moira never grew bitter from her unrequited love for Hugo. She stayed in Lone Pine as a shifter healer despite her mistake. She did pine for someone like him, but never found anyone to measure up in the dating scene.
Years later, Hugo is still in love with the idea of love for Lucienne. Hugo is so stubborn, and unwilling to risk his heart. Will he wake up, and realize real love is worth fighting for especially with Moira? Will Moira forgive him?
The story was great, and characters' dialogues were good. The story was well paced, and the setting was realistic. I finished the story in one sitting. I highly recommend Unbearable Desire, Lone Pine Pride Series, Book 4 by Vivi Andrews, and it gets 4 stars from me.
Their history? Complicated. Their chemistry? Incendiary.
Ten years ago, Moira shared one hot night with the bear-shifter of her dreams, but when she took him up on his offer to join him at the Lone Pine Pride, reality landed with a thud. She quickly realized that he was only looking for a momentary distraction, not a happily ever after.
She’s been trying to get over him ever since, but no other shifter has measured up to the big bad bear.
When Hugo met Moira in a Yukon bar, he poured out his unrequited love for his alpha’s mate as he pounded down drinks. While Hugo remembers telling Moira he was emotionally unavailable, apparently she only heard his need for sexual healing.
He’s always felt guilty for unintentionally leading her on. But now that the woman he thought he wanted is finally available, he’s beginning to wonder if the one he really needs is the woman with whom he shared one incendiary night—then let slip through his fingers.
Warning: This book contains a stubborn old bear, mixed messages, mixed-up emotions, and lots of mixed drinks. Before reading, remember that the best cure for a hangover is NOT “hair of the bear”.