It Sucks to Be a Bunny Shifter
The Easter Bunny’s Bear opens with country gal Lisa, a bunny shifter. She lives in a pony farm doubling as a bed and breakfast inn.
Lisa has one big problem: she can’t seem to hold a good man. Men in the past had fled when they discovered she can turn into a bunny.
Why were these guys so scared of rabbits? I find the entire idea of Lisa as a bunny adorable! It’s not like she turns into a giant man-eating manticore!
Anyway, Lisa hopes one day she can finally settle with a guy who has no problem with her shifting abilities. Her grandmother, a fox shifter, had no issues finding a longtime mate (who was also a shifter). Will Lisa have the same luck?
Finally, a guest arrives at Lisa’s farm who’ll make her love life woes fade away.
A Bear on a Mission
Bear shifter Desmond’s task is to bring a rogue alpha wolf leader to justice. He’s used to the bounty hunter lone-wolf life.
However, Desmond occasionally thinks about settling down into a comfy life with a mate, maybe have a cub or two. Those thoughts grow stronger as soon as he meets the lovely Lisa at her country inn.
Desmond likes Lisa, but he doesn’t think she would appreciate his true bear form. He has no idea the hairy secret Lisa is keeping from him.
The Easter Bunny’s Bear is a Delight!
I had fun reading Zoe Chant’s The Easter Bunny’s Bear. It had its cute, tender, and hot moments all in one compact little book.
The book had a guaranteed happily ever after (HEA) and a major conflict worth the concern.
The Easter Bunny’s Bear is targeted as a springtime book, but you can read it whenever you’re in the mood for a springtime romance.
After reading, you might wish you had a big, strong protective bear boyfriend too.
Love shifter romances? Check out these reviews:
- Bearly Spring Break by Karen Cobalt
- The Bull’s Bride Hunt by Lola Kidd
- Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston
(Cover pics: Amazon)