People Of The Bearby Lori Johnson
In the wilderness, danger waits... Fleeing to a secluded Minnesota cabin after an ugly divorce, Lindy Anderson has sworn off men-until she finds a wounded naked man sprawled on her porch. Reluctantly taking him in, she discovers an ancient secret: Gareth is a Bearwalker, a shapeshifter able to exist as a human or a bear. His legendary clan has been hiding deep in the wilderness, safe from humankind. But now someone has learned of their existence and wants them dead. As Lindy is drawn into Gareth's secretive clan and vows to help save them from the humans who threaten their survival, she finds herself falling in love with the clan's powerful Guardian. But Marin has taken his own vow to protect his people from all humans, even her, and even at the most terrible of costs. Their fates now entwined, all three must risk their lives--and hearts--if the Bearwalkers are to survive.
- Mundania Press
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- 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)
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Let me start by saying that i am not an avid reader, however i am interested in indian ledgends and folklore, which brought my attention to this book.I sat down to read it one evening and couldn't believe that i had read for five hours. If i enjoyed it that much, avid readers will love it! buy & read this book and you won't want to wait for the next one!
People of the Bear is a creative twist on the werewolf legend, using shapeshifting bears as the subject. With folklore, romance and mystery woven together in a spellbinding story, you'll be quickly drawn into the world of the Bearwalkers. I'm anxious for the story to continue in the next book of this innovative series.
Lindy Anderson has fled to a secluded cabin in Minnesota after a horrible divorce. The last thing she wants to see is another man, but this one shows up wounded on her porch. She reluctantly brings him inside to discover that he has been shot, and he has yet a greater secret - Gareth is a shapeshifter, able to exist as a human or bear. Gareth's Bearwalker clan, who normally leads a secretive existance in the deep Minnesota woods, is in mortal danger. They don't trust humans, but will they allow Lindy to help protect them? This is a page turner, as I was drawn into the world of the Bearwalkers. Lindy's passion and concern for the Bearwalkers is as powerful as the clans' Guardian, who will do anything to protect his clan. The author has done an outstanding job of creating wonderful charactors, believably passionate and threatened. I look forward to the next installment of the Bearwalker trilogy.