Warning: No bunnies were permanently harmed in the making of this story, but the prognosis isn’t so good for the pie. Bears and bunnies aren’t. 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. Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais Funny paranormal shifters in a suspense romance format. First in a series. Super sexy with lots of uninhibited sex.
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Preview — Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais. 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.
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?
Pies lannglais harmed in the making of this story and naughty references made about honey that might offend some readers Published August 11th by Eve Langlais first published January 1st Furry United Coalition 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bunny and the Bearplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. Nov 19, Yvenande rated it liked it. This review is basically going to be an excuse to post an insane amount of gifs and pics. My reaction throughout this book: Well, a book titled “Bunny and the Bear” doesn’t sound ridiculous at all.
The book is basically about a bear shape-shifter duh! Now, I spent most of 3 Ridiculous Stars First of all, this is one of the most laglais books I’ve read in a long time but it did give me the giggles. Now, I spent most of this book waiting for a Trix joke that unfortunately never came.
Bunny and the Bear
Now for a character breakdown: AKA He’s a very grumpy bear. He loves all things honey, and you better not interrupt his 16 to hour sleep on weekends or he’ll get even grumpier. He’s a loner and really really doesn’t like sharing anything. When I’m ready for cubs, I’ll settle down with a nice sow with good genes-and a fat ass for slapping.
Friends and lovers expect things of you, like a helping hand, or sharing the blankets when you’re in the same bed, or splitting your dessert when there’s only one honey cruller left In his world, a bear should work hard, eat a lot, and sleep even more. Friendships took away from those three tasks, and in the case of food, expected sharing.
Now, we have Miranda: She’s incredibly perky, well When you think of a her in her bunny shape, you’ll think: Turns out, there’s more to her than meets the eye. Miranda is a FUC -ing agent on a mission. Apparently, when you mix this: So basically Miranda is: Now, Chase doesn’t believe in cross-species dating but after he gets a load of Miranda’s other side, he gets a change of heart.
As for Miranda, every time Chase is around, she goes like this: Include some shadowy, most pathetic excuse for a bad guy I’ve ever read, and that’s the basis of our story. This wasn’t really good but the absurdity of the story itself was enough to garner three stars because I liked it despite myself.
View all 12 comments. Jan 19, Navdha rated it it was ok Shelves: I would strongly recommend you not to read this review. Since I forgot to mention, Geri, my other darling friend, who was the one to recommend we do a buddy read of this book for our friend Alisa’s birthday, I hope you enjoy the review. P Once in your lifetime you come across something you never imagined yourself doing.
But then you take it all in stride and do it nonetheless, with all the bravery you can muster. But if you need the plot of the story, it goes like this. Think of them as CIA for the furry shape-shifters. Anyway, ignoring the discriminating factor and getting back to the story, there have been disappearances among the shifters by some unknown villain whose identity is not even revealed at the end and this has got the FUC a serious case to crack.
The first time they meet, the bouncy, bubbly bunny is wearing shorts short enough to let the grouchy, irritable bear know that she shaves, which predictably gives him a hard on so strong that he fears his pants would tear off. Anyway, the bunny pretty much stalks the bear while having thoughts of getting pounded by him constantly.
The bear tries to behave a lot, by keeping his boner in check. But the bunny is a naughty little vixen according to the grizzly.
The bunny is hurt, obviously. Bunnies have feelings you stupid hairy bear! I swear, by that point I was convinced that all the bunny could do was this: But actually that bunny turned out to be more of this: Finally, when the bear has been rescued and has patched up the hurt, burnt and shot bunny, the inevitable happens. They keep on doing it.
All in all, I finished it without losing a huge chunk of my sanity. In fact, I enjoyed a good laugh here and there because of the ridiculousness of it all. Here are a few lines from the story for you to enjoy: What a fabulous name. I bet you get girls asking you all the time to chase them through the woods. Agreed, my expression was all like this during the smut: View all 23 comments. Jan 14, edge of bubble rated it did not like it Shelves: My first DNF of View all 11 comments.
Sep 13, Zeek rated it did not like it Shelves: I picked this one, because A its a shifter story, and B so many loved it here at GR.
And though I really did like the hero, even he was a copycat! Bear’s with prehensile lips anyone?
And to finish it off for me? I get it- homage and all that- but, C’mon, really? You couldnt have done it in passing?? Talk about predictable- I knew there was gonna be a traitor and I knew who it was as soon as they came on the scene. It makes me uncomfortable and slightly disgusted.
So, despite the shifters- which I love- and the attempt at humor- which I love too if the author can make it work sorry, not this one. View all 15 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Maybe I just needed to be in the moods for silliness. Unfortunately I don’t have the sense of humor required to appreciate this novel with all kinds of shifters. I just laglais my eyes over and over again! The narrator Abby Craden added an annoying bimbo-ish high pitch voice to Miranda which really made her sound like someone’s sex bunny.
The narration was meant to be cheeky I think but it was terrible.
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I almost never like her as a narrator. Miranda was actually a pretty solid heroine. She’s sma Maybe I just needed to be in the moods for silliness. She’s smart resourceful and stronger than people anticipate. She’s a shifter who knows what she wants and she wanted that grizzly bear Chase. I am sure you won’t be surprised if I added that Chase was ornery. He was a real bear to deal with. If you love puns, cliches and lots of sexual jokes, you will love this one.
Nov 23, Gi’s Spot Reviews rated it really liked it Shelves: