Book Review: Saved by the Alpha Bear

review-cover-saved by the alpha bearTitle: Saved by the Alpha Bear [Alpha Bears 2]

Author: Emilia Hartley

Genre: Paranormal, Romance

Rating: 4 Stars

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Description/Synopsis:

Guided by her pack leader’s blind hatred and deceitful ways, Savannah is under the impression that Tom and Nick Brewer are unfit for being shifters. She’s forced into befriending the bears, gaining their trust and using it against them. Afraid of what her pack leader Lucas would do if she refused, she accepts the task and does her best to win the alpha bear brothers over. However, she’s surprised to find that the brothers aren’t the killers that Lucas had made them out to be.

Tom’s always been cautious, especially when his friends and family’s lives are put on the line. That’s why when Savannah applied to work at the Brewer Mechanics, he was immediately on guard. She was attractive, he could admit that, but he couldn’t understand why a shifter was applying to work at his shop. There could be no way this was a coincident. It didn’t help that not only was she was practically handed the job by Jo – Nick’s human mate – but Jo was also trying to push the two of them together…

WARNING – SPOILERS MAY ENSUE BEYOND THIS POINT – REVIEW BELOW

Saved by the Alpha Bear by Emilia Hartley was a fun and entertaining read. The book was well-written with an easy flow to the narrative and clearly defined characters.

My only real complaint is that the book was a bit too short for my tastes, and as a consequence, a bit rushed. Although I liked the romance between Tom and Savannah, I wish I’d had a little more time to watch their relationship grow and get to know them.

Overall, it was a quick, delightful read, and anyone who enjoys shifter romances will probably enjoy this one as well.