Friday, January 30, 2015

Frigid Friday



Polar Bared by Eve Langlais

What's a bear to do when a human has a polar-izing effect?

When Vicky accidentally slides into the side of a polar bear, she doesn't expect to fall in love. Eaten yes, perhaps used as a chew toy, but become the object of a bear's affection and lust?

Crazy! Almost as crazy as the fact the polar bear turns out to be a man. A sexy man. A man who growls, and roars and does everything he can to chase her away.

Only to come back.

Gene only has one thing on his mind, vengeance, until Vicky crashes into his life.

Poor Gene. After the pain and betrayal he suffered in the war all he wants is revenge against the brothers who left him behind. But he's confused when instead of wanting to punish him for his evil acts, they offer him forgiveness.

Who does that?!

As if that weren't annoying enough, the cutest geek he ever met--with caramel kissed skin and wearing the sexiest dark rimmed glasses--won't leave him alone. Or more like, he can't seem to stop following her.


And it isn't just because someone is out to hurt her.

He wants her. But does he want her more than vengeance?



This book was a fantastic surprise! I generally try to be vague and short and sweet because I'm always afraid I will ruin the book for someone if I say too much but I'm going to have to throw this out there. Gene is the "villain" in the first couple books and has found his happily ever after. There I said it. I feel so guilty right now! As I stated the other week, time in a war zone changes you. It also forges some of the closets bonds imaginable. This is a true story of what forgiveness and family means.

I give this book 5 chocolate dipped strawberries

PEACE
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