Morgan Clan Bears, Book 1
Drake Morgan has kept his family secret from the humans, having no desire to put their existence out into the open like the other shifterkind. He lives a solitary life with his two brothers hidden on his farm deep in the backwoods of Northern Mississippi.
Every spring, their bears call to prepare their home for the arrival of a mating season. The search for their mates begins, and Drake has to rethink his disgust of humans when one of their females show up on his land, scenting of his destined mate. Morgan’s bear demands he keep her for himself, but he knows she will never accept his true nature.
Tessa Ward moved to this little town to hide from her abusive ex, taking two jobs to pay rent and put food on the table. Her position at the local parts store sends her into the heart of the country to make one simple delivery to the local farmer, Drake Morgan. Upon arrival, she is thrown into the world of the paranormal after one touch from the bear shifter and she finds out his true nature.
Mating season has arrived, and Drake is prepared to fight for the woman who is fated to be his bride. When his mate’s ex comes lurking around his sacred property, Drake will stop at nothing until his female is safe, even if it means killing a human…not that he cares for them anyway.
This is an awesome,easy to read ,page turner book
Nice and entertaining
I found the over all book good! It had a simple plot and it was spicy and exciting. My only criticism was the mixing of BDSM with shifter romance. Shifter romances already have the dominant man And the feisty submissive female . If I wanted bdsm I’d read bdsm smut. But the book was a good read and it was entertaining and well written.
If I could give 0 stars I would. This was an insult to my intelligence. I kept reading because the dialogue was hilarious. I hated the way one of the main characters was so subservient and like a trained puppy but yet she was an abuse victim? Really! You go into a relationship with someone and have them bite you but your not even sure you love them, this book was all kinds of backwards. The main male character was not endearing and more like a Neanderthal. This was not a love story or romantic no matter how much the male beast are so loving to their mate, I found it child like and foolish