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Friday, December 16, 2016

Review: Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais

Title: Bunny and the Bear
Author: Eve Langlais
Series: Furry United Coalition #1
Format: Ebook
Release Date: August 10th, 2011
Length: Novel (165 pages)
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Source: Purchased
Buy: Amazon, Barnes & Noble
Rating: 4.0-stars

Melissa's Review:

Bunny and the Bear is book one in the Furry United Coalition series. I've been meaning to read an Eve Langlais book for what seems like forever now since I've seen so many people love her work. I was not let down in the least, this had a bit of everything I could ask for in a Paranormal Romance and made for a great read.

Miranda is a bunny shifter that works for the Furry United Coalition. She's on a mission to secretly protect Chase, her new neighbor that is a grumbly bear shifter. Someone is grabbing shifters and the Furry United Coalition received a hot tip that Chase was on the list of potential people that might get grabbed. It starts off with Chase being super a super grumpy bear that doesn't want to deal with any of Miranda's ditsy but alluring bunny tendencies. It quickly changes to Chase not being able to get his hot bunny neighbor off his mind. The sparks between the two were electrifying and made the book quite enjoyable to read. We do get some details on who is nabbing shifters, but I'm hoping it goes into more detail in the next installment since it could be expanded on. Overall though this book wrapped up well so no issues there.

Bunny and the Bear was such an entertaining read that I'm just going to push you to grab it now if you haven't read it. I got this one as a freebie (and think it still is, so check now!) and already know I'll be buying the next book and probably the rest of the series. The characters were entertaining, the romance was hot, and there was a bit of action involved too. I highly suggest you pick this book up if you're a fan of Paranormal Romance.




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16 comments:

  1. I'm a huge bunny person so I can't get over the bunny shifter thing. Sounds like so much fun though! :D

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    1. It was amusing!! Check to see if it's still a freebie too :) hehehe

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  2. oh bunny shifter? that's a first for me, it's funny

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  3. I have this one and so I need to get to it. If you liked it, then I know I will! I've been wanting to read more of her books.

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    1. This one is a really fast read too, so you'll knock it out quickly! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did :D

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  4. oh yay *clapping hands* I am so glad you liked this one!!! Isn't this author so fun to read? The humor is fabulous.

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    1. So fun! Can't wait to read book two :)

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  5. I really love this series. It is a lot of fun on audio. I'm waiting, and hoping, that the most recent books, Ostrich and the Roo will be put on audio. I hope to continue to enjoy the series.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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  6. I actually read this one. It had some very good points, even though the agency had an unfortunate acronym. I did like that the bunny shifter was ditzy but capable in a fight. Oh, and the shift... (Non bunny people might enjoy what sort of bunny she becomes...)

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    1. I was like whattttt when she shifted hahaha

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  7. Yay! I loved this one, too! It really was fun. I'm glad you finally read Langlais! Fox and the Croc (or other way around, I can't remember lol) was great, too. I need to get the newest. I think it was a kangaroo maybe? lol

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    1. Yes!! I want to read that kangaroo one hahaha I'll have to try to catch up so I can get to it. Yay for Fox and the Croc ;) That's an odd pairing too

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