Review: All About the Bear by Bianca D'Arc

New town, new people, new…shapeshifters?

In the small, sleepy town of Grizzly Cove, Washington, all is not as it seems. Nell abruptly discovers that she and her sisters are the only humans in a town full of shifters – most of them bears! Knowing nothing about the paranormal creatures all around her, but wanting to know everything about the sexy sheriff who comes to her rescue, Nell has to find her backbone and brace herself to learn All About the Bear.

Can he keep the shifter secret…and the girl, too?

The sheriff of Grizzly Cove has more than the peace to protect. It’ll be up to Sheriff Brody to keep Nell calm and cooperative—and in his bed—for the next fifty years, or so. Yeah, that might be enough. Then again, maybe he’ll keep her forever.
Somehow I started this series without reading the first three books in the series. I don't know how that happened. Okay, I lied, I do know how it happened. I kinda noticed a book of hers up for review and jumped on it and after I started it realized it was part of a series. 

My bad! 

I did go back to read the first three so I'm caught up to where I left off and can now continue reading the rest in the series. 

I really enjoyed All About the Bear. Great title, right! Both Nell and Brody are likable characters. I also enjoyed her sisters are in books two and three so don't worry, you'll enjoy more of them. 

This book opens with some laugh out loud humor. The scene inside the bakery is so funny. Or at least it was to me. What can I say, I'm easy to amuse. 

The romance happens quickly between these two but really with shifters it always does. They are perfect for a short story. No need for to much romance. As a whole, this is a great introduction to the town and some of the characters. I'm so glad I went back to read it. It's a quick read so you can do it in one afternoon. Less than 100 pages. But well worth the time. 






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  1. I read series out of order all the time. This sounds like a good book and series to me.

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