Don’t Shoot… I’m a Werebear by Angelique Voisen

angelique-voisen-dont-shoot-im-a-werebear-coverTitle: Don’t Shoot… I’m a Werebear

Author: Angelique Voisen

Genre: Paranormal

Length: Short Story (56 Pages)

Publisher: Evernight Publishing (August 10, 2016)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Blurb: Can a lonely city bear nurse his broken heart? 

Bear shifter Barry Smithson is going native. Rejected by his boss and crush of five years, Barry’s going back to his hometown. Believing he’ll win over the love of his life with his animal’s ferocious nature, Barry decides to spend some time in the woods. 

But Barry is not an outdoorsy kind of bear. He’s obsessive compulsive and terrified of open spaces. Tired and lost, Barry catches wind of a delectable scent, leading him to a human fishing for salmon. Hunger of the carnal kind hits him bone-deep. Once Barry gets a taste, he’ll want more. 

Can Barry convince the human not to shoot him?

ISBN: 978-1-77233-957-4 

Product Link: http://www.evernightpublishing.com/dont-shoot-im-a-werebear-by-angelique-voisen/

Reviewer: Lisa

Review:  I have read several books by this author and I absolutely love the titles for her stories. They have a serious tone to them but it is equalled out by the amount of humor that I find in each story. Now it seems that this one follows just a bit like the others, with a bit of pain at first.

In this story our character is in love with his boss, but he never got the guts to tell him. So when his boss told the company that he was getting married, well you can imagine how Barry reacted. Thanks to his best friend, he is on his way home. Barry is a bear shifter that is not like any bear shifter you come across, but you will have to read it to find out. Out for a run, he comes across the man that was meant for him. Too bad the man shoots him.  

You can’t really go into details about these kinds of stories because they are way too short. I hate to give a good book away before you get a chance to read. However trust me; this one is a blast and a half. I had a lot of fun reading it and look forward to Angelique’s next book. I do wish though that they were a bit longer, more than just a taste.