Bears and bunnies aren’t supposed to mix, or that’s what Chase keeps telling himself when his bouncy new neighbor won’t stay out of his business—and his mind. However, the more he gets to know his overly perky neighbor, the more he craves her—naked in his grasp—a desire worse than his addiction to honey and pie.
Miranda’s on a mission for the Furry United Coalition, and it involves secretly guarding one grumpy ol’ bear. Staying focused on the job isn’t easy when all she can think about is turning his frown upside down, a task made harder when she gets a glimpse of his passion. When she hears about his theory on woodland creatures and predators not mixing, she thinks all is lost, but she didn’t count on a bear’s curious nature—and possessive need.
When an evil force abducts Chase, Miranda unleashes her bunny in order to save him, but the revelation of her shifter side puts her in danger. Is one ornery bear enough to save her from a mad scientist? And if he does, can a bear forget her woodland creature status long enough to love her and make her his mate?
Warning: Pies were harmed in the making of this story and naughty references made about honey that might offend some readers
I don’t know if there are words for Bunny and the Bear. If I am being honest I spent a good portion of the book laughing really hard because the clever inner dialogue was so fantastic that I couldn’t get over it. Not only did Eve get grumpy bear shifter and hoppy bunny shifter spot on fantastic, she gave an edge of your seat story that kept me reading and wanting more. I couldn’t stop. I was so totally infested in this couple that every impulse has me wanting to continue the series at this very moment.
From beginning to end I was sucked in. I had been few and far between the books that get five star reviews from me lately. I am able to put books down a lot lately. Not this one. Not only did I want the romance to progress, but I wanted to know who was kidnapping the shifters, who was the baddie, and what was going to happen when they came face to face with archaic bunny and big bad grumpy old bear.
The inner dialogue did it for me. I mean he was just flat out an honest to god horny, dirty, grumpy bear, and she was just so flat out funny at being ADHD in bunny shifter form. The story had great flow and was totally entertaining. That is what I want from my books. I would recommend Bunny and the Bear for any shifter fan!