No Ifs, ands, or Bears about it
No Ifs, ands, or Bears about it (Grayslake: More Than Mated)
The primary day of Mia’s new life in Grayslake, Georgia, is not going as arranged. The house her granddad left her looks prepared to disintegrate, boxes cover every last bit of the floor and-goodness there’s a bear fledgling in her wash room. It deteriorates when the whelp’s uncle drops by and breaks out his hide and paws while on her entryway patio. At that point it shows signs of improvement in light of the fact that all of a sudden there’s a hot hunk of identification wearing werebear on her grass prepared to safeguard her. Yum. Obviously, he needs to destroy things by attempting to remove the offspring from her hands. Ha! The offspring is hers . . . No uncertainties, ands, or bears about it. Werebear Ty can’t get the well proportioned, delicious Mia to comprehend that, regardless of the possibility that she is one-quarter werebear, she isn’t keeping the whelp. Ty is the Grayslake Itan, the tribe’s pioneer, and the little werebear is running home with him . . . Unless it isn’t. It’s her grin. On the off chance that she’d quit grinning and being beautiful, his internal bear would bolster him and Ty would get his direction. Be that as it may, the brute needs to fulfill their lady, so it’s consummately substance to give her a chance to do however she sees fit. At that point things change. Dangers emerge, risk approaches, and Ty requests she come back to his lair. No uncertainties, ands, or mates about that.