Review: All Roar & No Bite by Celia Kyle

All Roar And No Bite
Celia Kyle

Who needs claws when you’ve got a baseball bat? Lauren Evans sure as heck doesn’t.
Human Lauren has a protective streak a mile wide and one immediate goal in life—get her best friend out of an abusive household. If that involves a little bat-based redecorating, so be it. Unfortunately—or fortunately—a certain sexy-as-hell cop breaks up the fight before she has a chance to really get going. Grayslake police officer Van Abrams is too hot for his own good, and his handcuffs make all those wonderful places tingle. Too bad he, you know, arrested her and stuff. But then he becomes overbearing, demanding, and commanding. Suddenly Lauren finds herself in his arms, in his bed, and mated to his werebear butt. What’s up with that?

Werebear Enforcer Van Abrams doesn’t want anything to do with humans. He’s got reasons, and they’re damn good ones. He doesn’t need to explain himself to anyone, especially the curvaceous, luscious, gorgeous, human Lauren. Then, his bear decides Lauren is his mate and Van’s anti-human feelings abandon him. He still hasn’t figured out if that’s a good thing. Of course, when danger rolls in from Boyne Falls and joins with a powerful prick from Grayslake, Van realizes that, human or not, Lauren is his.
Van hopes he can kill their enemies and still make it home for dinner.

Ex-dance teacher, former accountant and erstwhile collectible doll salesperson, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Celia Kyle now writes paranormal romances for readers who:
1) Like super hunky heroes (they generally get furry)
2) Dig beautiful women (who have a few more curves than the average lady)
3) Love laughing in (and out of) bed.
It goes without saying that there’s always a happily-ever-after for her characters, even if there are a few road bumps along the way.
Today she lives in central Florida and writes full-time with the support of her loving husband and two finicky cats.


This is the second book in the Grayslake series. I found it to be just as good, or maybe better then the first one. I just love Lauren's kick-ass attitude. She goes above and beyond for her friend. You can't help cheering her on. Unfortunately we can't always go around trying to beat up those who we feel, or know, are bad. Not when you have to deal with Van because of it. Throw in that he's not a fan of humans and you have a great story. These days I'm a little pickier with the paranormal's I read and since I'm a huge fan of bears I was happy try this series. I read and reviewed the first book, No Ifs, Ands or Bears About It for Book Club Thursday, here's the link in case you'd like to read it. No Ifs, Ands, or Bears About It Link Celia Kyle is my new IT author when I'm looking for something well-written with humor and a man, or woman that can change into a animal. She writes what I want to read about. I love this series and will be reviewing the new two book in it soon. I just wish there were more. Happy reading!


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