Monday, November 21, 2016

Review of Big Bear Papa by Anya Nolan

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

In this book we meet Carlie and Devlin. Carlie is a nurse and one night after leaving her shift at the ER she runs into a woman running for what looks like her life. She takes her baby girl and places her in Carlie's arms and asks her to protect her. She then runs into the night, Carlie doesn't know what is going on and chases after the woman only to find her mauled to death in an ally just a couple of blocks away. The detective that is looking over the body gives Carlie a bad vibe so she runs with the baby not knowing what else to do. Along the way her older car breaks down and she is lucky that a stranger comes along to help her out. The problem is no matter how hot he may be she isn't sure if she can truly trust him or he will be the one to kill her next?

Devlin is tired of the city and his bear wants to run free so he is heading back to his family's old clan. Along the way he sees a woman and her baby next to a broke down car. He agrees to help her even though he doesn't completely believe her story about why they are on the road to begin with. There is something about her though that won't let Devlin just walk away. The more time he spends with them both the more he wants to. Could he possibly have found the one woman meant for him and if so is what she is hiding going to be the end of them forever?

This is a great book about finding love when you never knew you were looking for it. This book has lots of intrigue that will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. I want to tell you so much more about this book but I don't want to spoil it for anyone else.  I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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