Undercover Bear: Harrison

Undercover Bear Series, Harrison, Book 1 by Terra Wolf & Meredith Clarke is awesome! It's first in the series but can be read standalone. This story rocked! I'm hooked on the authors' unique style of writing and consistent awesome writing skills. No need to wait, the next one is out titled Undercover Bear: Gavin.

Shifters are being targeted by an unseen enemy. Someone needs to help them before the death rate rises again. Why is this happening now?

Bear shifter, Detective James Harrison's life is about to change drastically. Penelope is back with a bonus, Camden his son. His family is being targeted. Now, it's personal.

Read and discover Harrison and Penelope's well deserved HEA and how this family-of-three get their second chance at happiness.

Harrison and Penelope's story was compelling. I couldn't put it down. Their chemistry sizzled. The characters are dynamic. Readers expect to be amazed with romance, action, suspense and drama. Penelope and Harrison make a spicy combination. The story flowed seamlessly. I didn't have a problem with the pacing. The storyline and dialogue were awesome!

Book Blurb for Undercover Bear: Harrison

Ever since a one-night stand with a curvy diner waitress, bear shifter James Harrison has been throwing himself into his work. There's a murderer running around Seattle and it's his job to catch him. The bodies are piling up, but suddenly when Penny shows up after a year of no contact, a murderer seems to be the least of his worries.

Penelope has been hiding a secret from the hot detective who used to visit her at the diner, because what should have been a one-night stand turned into something more permanent when she found out that she was having his baby. Now she's on the run from an organization attempting to take their son from her. Penelope's natural instinct is to keep him safe, but the only way to do that is to get help from Harrison.

Only problem is, he doesn't even know he's a father yet.

This is a STANDALONE shifter romance with a HEA and NO Cliffhanger.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2016 5.00