Book Review: Prized by the Polar Bear by Bella Drake

He thinks she’s perfection. She thinks he’s a dangerous criminal. Can he prove there's more to him than meets the eye?
FBI SWAT agent Miles Sloane has his polar bear shifter side in careful check. Or he did, until he met his fated mate. Now he’s throwing her over his shoulder, and the word ‘kidnap’ is being bandied about.

Soraya Whitiker has calculated every step of her life. Nothing happens that she doesn't plan. Successful business? Check. Beautiful home? Check. Until she gets kidnapped by an intoxicating stranger. Sonya knows she should be terrified, but all she can think of is how hot her captor is.

Alone with his mate at least, Sloane is certain he can convince her that their love is meant to be. The only problem? Her jaded heart has heard every story going, and they’re all more believable than his.

Can Sloane overcome all odds to make her his own, or will he lose his mate forever?
Oh, what fun this book is. I totally love a bear shifter and this one didn't disappoint. Sloane and Soraya are perfect together. I really liked them separately and together. They are the type of characters that make you love reading romance. 

Sloane does something totally out of character when he kidnaps Soraya. Poor Sloane kind of freaked out when he realized he had found his mate. Saying he didn't handle it well is an understatement. 

Soraya is a bit of an overachiever and thinks she's totally in control of her life. That is until she meets Sloane and realizes she's missing the most important part of life. Love. Being hot for the man doesn't hurt.  

Thankfully Soraya quickly forgives and understands why he did what he did. She happily finds herself spending time with a man that she's both wildly attracted to and is starting to love. 

Their story is one that I really enjoyed. I liked his family very much and got a chuckle out of their interactions. The story is quick moving and is fun to read. You'll be left wanting more of Sloane's family and his FBI friends. 


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