Review: BEARly Mated to the Grizzly by Jenika Snow

 

Title: BEARly Mated to the Grizzly
Author: Jenika Snow
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Type: Standalone book 2 of Bear Clan series
POV: First Person – Dual
Rating:

After an injury took Allison away from her passion, her life never felt fulfilled. Needing a break from the grind of the city, she decided on a quiet escape in the mountains. Little did she know what waiting for her would change everything. Maddix was done being patient and he was ready to claim what’s his.

I’d claim her and I’d do it hard, fast, so she knew that there was no escaping. I wouldn’t let her go. I wouldn’t be easy and gentle.

I enjoyed the first book in this series and was looking forward to Maddix’s book because he was supposed to be the wildest/roughest among the brothers. Unfortunately this book didn’t meet my expectations.

“I need to feel your pussy clench around me, milking my cock and drawing the cum from my balls.”

I felt there were too many recycling from book 1. Readers were told over and over (and over) again how the bear shifter’s only goal in life is to find his mate. Then there were the unnecessary long stretch of nothing before the actual claiming happened. And when it actually happened it wasn’t as wild as I was hoping.

“There really is no going back now,” he whispered as he shallowly thrust in and out of me. “Because wherever you are I’ll come for you.

Overall, I was expecting more. I wonder if the same formula is going to be recycled for the rest of the book in the series too. From the end of this book, the next brother might make a different move. I certainly hope the author will inject something fresh in the next book.

Books in the series:
BEARly Mated to the Grizzly (Bear Clan, 2) by Jenika Snow The BEARly Controlled Grizzly (Bear Clan, #1) by Jenika Snow The BEARly Tamed Grizzly (Bear Clan, 3) by Jenika Snow

 

This review is also available on Goodreads.

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