Review: Bear Mechanic by Zoe Chant

December 14, 2016 2016 Review Challenge, 3.0 Stars, Action/Adventure, Book Review, Boring Main Characters, damsel in distress, Dragons, ebook, Erotic Romance, Fated Mates, Kindle Unlimited 2016, Meh, novella, Paranormal Romance, Romance, self published, Unlimited, weres 0 ★★★

Review: Bear Mechanic by Zoe Chant three-stars
Bear Mechanic by Zoe Chant
on July 24, 2016
Genres: Erotic, PNR, Romance
Pages: 96
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A curvy woman desperate to protect her little brother + a bear shifter mechanic who will do anything to keep his mate from harm + a team of shifters determined to help their friend and his mate = one action-packed romance!

Curvy Elise Robbins is having the worst day ever. She lost her job, a gang is threatening to harm her little brother if she doesn't hand over the money meant to put him through college, and then her car breaks down in the middle of nowhere... in a storm. But just when she thinks she's hit rock bottom, the strongest, sexiest man she's ever seen pulls over to fix her car.... and, if she'll let him, her life.

Bear shifter mechanic Noah Hawley can't say no to a woman in distress. In fact, he can't say no to anyone who needs help, which is why he's assembled a team of misfit shifters, from a former Special Forces dragon shifter with a secret to a playboy tiger shifter race car driver. But brave, curvy Elise isn't just a stranger in need of assistance... she's the fated mate he believed he'd never find.

But she's got more problems than a broken transmission. Can she trust him enough to let him help her, and let him into her life? Can he and his team save her and her brother from a gang that's way more dangerous than anyone expected? And can two independent, lonely people admit that what they really need is love?

Bear Mechanic is a sizzling hot, standalone BBW bear shifter romance. No cliffhangers!

Bear Mechanic was ok. Located via Kindle Unlimited, I thought that Bear Mechanic would be humorous. I mean, with a title like Bear Mechanic and the blurb, I borrowed this one and settled in for some laughs.

Sadly, Bear Mechanic takes itself rather seriously – either that or the author and I don’t have matching senses of humor. Everything was very serious in the way that paranormal romances are: damsel in distress, kidnapping, sibling disappeared, etc.

It was ok. I finished it – skimmed a bit near the end. Its entertaining enough but not as quirky and fun as you would expect with the blurb and title.

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