Thursday, May 12, 2016

Review of Bearing the Frozen Night by Sloane Meyers


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Kenzie and Ryker. Kenzie has come from Oregon to Alaska after getting her Veterinary license. When Kenzie first decided to come to Alaska she thought it would be an adventure little did she know how much of an adventure she would get. Between the 67 days of complete darkness to 80 days of uninterrupted sunlight, to having a lot of the town folks taking care of their own animals it has been an adventure. So when one night she gets called out to help a dog she if off and running. While there one of the towns folks mention that there have been some polar bear sightings Kenzie isn't sure what to make of this but she knows she needs to be on the look out. The other thing she needs to be on the look out for is Ryker. She doesn't know what it is about this guy but there is a pull there that she just can't deny. 

Ryker knows the rules set out by his alpha but he just can't help it he wants Kenzie and whenever he's near her his eyes just light up (literally). So he does his best and tries to stay away from her as much as possible but when he is attacked one night he knows the only way to save his life is to call Kenzie. The new problem is how much of himself is it safe to show her and how much trouble will he get into for calling her from his alpha. In his mind does the trouble outweigh getting close to Kenzie?

This is a great story about fighting for what you want and never settling for anything less. The only thing with this book is it moves very quickly. There is build up but it is very little. I like how this author touches on how different cultures can have their own ideas and traditions but can find a way to meld with others. Over all this is an amazing book and well worth the read. I like the way this author touches on how different shifters not only have different ways of doing things but also different ways of handling the elements which we don't see in many books. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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