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It was alright, I wouldn t say I really liked it but I didn t dislike it either It just didn t draw me in Personally, I felt like I was reading a newspaper with just the facts rather than falling into a book and the sex was pretty generic There wasn t anything to really get my motor going other than it was a bear were instead of a cat or dog. This is quite a controversial short story, it plays a lot on the squicky feelings people have with shapeshifter stories and it s also very hot, being very graphic in details when arriving to the sex scene.Scott lives inside a park reserve He is used to share the park with bears, he knows them well and knows how to avoid trouble But then poachers start to kill the bears and the beasts become unpredictable One night, after a very near proximity encounter with one of them, Scott finds the same b This is quite a controversial short story, it plays a lot on the squicky feelings people have with shapeshifter stories and it s also very hot, being very graphic in details when arriving to the sex scene.Scott lives inside a park reserve He is used to share the park with bears, he knows them well and knows how to avoid trouble But then poachers start to kill the bears and the beasts become unpredictable One night, after a very near proximity encounter with one of them, Scott finds the same bear wounded in his stable and calls Luke for help Luke is a park ranger, a different type of bear , but one Scott is bringing a torch for long time.Scott is gay and he has no trouble with that, when he wants sexual relief, he goes into town and finds someone But the one night stands he has are always with ordinary man, like him, and instead he likes the bears not the beast but the big and strong hairy men , and in particular he likes one bear, Luke So when fate brings them together, and Luke is not against the idea to share warm with him in a cold night, nature takes its course.But there is a little catch, the wounded bear in the stable that disappeared and the equally wounded naked man, Bjorn, Scott found in his place The strange familiarity Bjorn has with Luke, and how Luke doesn t seem to notice nothing of strange in Bjorn s behaviorShort story, so there is nothingto say, if not that, I m not really sure to like so much the closing sentence it s true, it s an hintat what I said in the beginning, the fact that the author is very well aware that she is playing with a controversial matter, what s the point to write shapeshifter stories if the shapeshifter characters don t behave a bit like animals There are some primordial instincts that you have to consider and preserve, otherwise the shifter nature of the characters has no meaning to exist.http elisa rolle.livejournal.com 86 This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here this was a nice change from the usual wolf shifter story, it told of a society that survived the best way it could by joining humans near their natural habitat or staying in shifted state away from humans and how they got by and the connections they made and the love they found [ KINDLE ] ☦ The Bear ☨ Scott Thompson discovers a dead bear, killed by poachers in the parkland he calls home He is charged with investigating this tragedy and trying to bring the poachers to justice Then a second bear shows up Or so he thinks But when Scott calls in his boss and mentor, a sturdy dark mountain man named Luke Stadler, to assist him, the bear turns out to be a naked man, seeking shelter in Scott s barn, shot in the leg and seriously injured Luke and Scott tend the wounded man during a raging blizzard that traps all three of them in Scott s isolated cabin in the mountain forest During their forced confinement, Scott and Luke succumb to their mutual attraction and unleash a passion that burns hot and bright But what is the secret of the mysterious man who ended up in Scott s barn Where did he disappear to and where did he come from Scott and Luke discover the answer to the riddle and stumble across a secret that hides in the isolated forests of the Rocky Mountains