Shelly Laurenston knows how to make her characters sassy, charming, and witty! Anyone who is a fan of Laurenston will LOVE Bear Meets Girl, and anyone interested in paranormal romances will love it as well.
Cella Malone is a tough woman and not many people, especially men, know how to handle her! Lou Crushek hasn't had the easiest life, but he made a living as a cop, mostly working under cover. When these two meet in the most unlikeliest of ways it is easy to tell that these two will create a great story. Since this is the seventh book in Laurenston's Pride series there are is a healthy cast of previous characters, and it is nice to get updates on how each couple is throughout the arc of the story line.
Cella is a hockey player and a member of the all feline security detail KZS. Lou Crushek is an ex under cover cop that is transferred to the all shifter unit of the NYPD. Crush is not ready for the way his life is changing, and it is about to get a lot more hectic! Cella is hard to handle and Crush, inevitable finds himself drawn to her. They have to work together to try to figure out who is hunting shifters, before more are killed.
He's big, burly, and way smarter than your average shapeshifting bear. He's also about to get trapped by own his game. . .
Lou Crushek is a reasonable, mellow, easygoing kind of guy. But once someone starts killing the scumbags he works so hard to bust, that really gets under his fur. Especially when that someone is a curvy she-tiger with a skill set that's turning Crush's lone-bear world upside down--and bringing his passion out of hibernation. . .
As a member of an elite feline protection unit, Marcella Malone has no problem body-dropping anyone who hunts her kind. But Crush is proving one major pain in her gorgeous tail. The only reason she's joined forces with him is to track down the wealthy human who's got her entire species in his ruthless sights. It sure isn't because Crush's stubborn and contrary attitude is rubbing Cella in all the right ways. . .
"Laurenston's characters shine with wit and depth." --Publishers Weekly on Belong to the Night