Wednesday 17 May 2017

Review: Bear to Have and Hold

Bear to Have and Hold Bear to Have and Hold by Amy Lamont
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bear to Have and Hold is the fifth book in the Kodiak Den series, although it works perfectly fine as a standalone novel. Although the story does link in with past stories through characters, it is more so a case of seeing them where they are now rather than needing to know their story. It’s nice to have the background of the series, but not a necessity.

Although the fifth book is not my favourite in the series, it is a wonderful read. My favourite is Bear to Love, because that one blew my mind, yet this book has all the trademarks that make the series wonderful. Whilst short and sweet – a read you can easily complete in a single sitting – this one allows you to experience so many different emotions throughout your time lost in the book.

This book is all about healing, about overcoming the issues of the past. Throughout you’re aware that some kind of big event is to occur, and you’re crossing your fingers that the best of things will come from the event. It’s such a simple way of showing an individual changing their views, yet it is done beautifully. Instantly, you’re pulled into the lives of the characters and you cannot help but hope the best will come.

Without a doubt, it’s another wonderful addition to the Kodiak Den series. If you’re a shifter fan, then I certainly recommend giving this series a read. They’re short and sweet, wonderful little reads.

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