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Bearly Restrained (Dunn Playing #1) by Paige Conners

posted 15 Jun 2017, 03:42 by Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books!

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#Adult, #Paranormal, #Romance

What's an antisocial bear shifter to do when he meets his perfect mate? Kidnap her of course. 

Meigs wakes up in the bedroom of a cabin straight out of her dreams, the only problem? She has no clue how she got there. 

Jaxon is a bounty hunting bear who only interacts with his family. Meigs is a personal assistant who only talks to the authors she works for 

Can these two people who hate everyone else learn to love each other? Or did fate make a mistake?

**Warning Contains a hot shifter who likes rope and sex, lots of sex. Not suitable for readers under 18**

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4 out of 5 (very good)

Bearly Restrained is the first book in the Dunn Playing series. It starts with a kidnapping and quickly becomes a brilliant story involving lumberjacks and an author's PA! Because Meigs is a PA to a paranormal author, she knows all about shifters, so there isn't much shock involved when she meets Jax for the first time. In fact, she accepts it so well that Jaxon is very shocked! I loved how this was swapped around to a 'normal' paranormal story. Jaxon and Meigs are a brilliant couple, and he is there for her every step. In fact, his whole family is brilliant (apart from one), and I loved his dad's attitude. 

Whilst steamy in places, there is enough romance here to melt my heart. And the parts involving being a PA, working for an author, signing events, and the amount of books Meigs had, well, that just had me laughing out loud at the truth written in every word! With a love story, an author's event, AND a touch of suspense, this book has something for everyone. This was very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. I would definitely recommend this to all PNR fans, and I can't wait for the next one!

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *

Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

Paige has always loved books and reading. Growing up books provided an escape to magical worlds where magical creatures were real. As she got older those magical creatures became dream worthy men. After years of voraciously reading some very helpful friends nagged at Paige to write a book for her own. Everyone deserves friends like those!

Paige lives in Western Pennsylvania with her two tiny demons and her husband. She has a very serious Food Network addiction and collects tattoos.

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