A Stag for Two Bears by Kelex

51iUOBt+dJL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Title: A Stag for Two Bears
Series: Bear Mountain, #6
Author: Kelex
Genre: Paranormal
Length: 118 pages
Publisher: Twisted E-Publishing, LLC; 1st edition (December 6, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: Someone’s been killing off deer shifters just across Bear Mountain’s county line, where the neighboring Indian reservation and the river meet. Most in the den agree that it looks like one of their own is to blame. Bear shifter Magnus joins with the rez’s sheriff to help find the culprit.

Magnus could’ve had an easier time of it if one deer shifter didn’t drive him to distraction. He knows his mate the minute he lays eyes on the male. Finding the male is bittersweet. It brings up memories of the brother bear Magnus lost years before.

Like many of his herd, Tobias is weary of the bear shifters across the river. He, too, senses the draw toward Magnus, but he tries to ignore the feelings. Deer shifters aren’t known for their monogamy or mating for life and he doesn’t see a reason to change his whole life for the bear.

When Toby is attacked, Magnus saves his mate just in time—and just in time to see the predator causing all the chaos.

ISBN: 9781310969140

Product Link(s): http://amzn.to/1LMHroE



Reviewer: Shorty

Review: This is the sixth book in the Bear Mountain series.

Bear shifter Magnus joins forces with the rez sheriff to find out who have been killing deer shifters in a most horrible manner. His mate deer shifter Tobias keeps him at arm’s length as he knows the killer is a bear shifter.

As the story progresses these two slowly grow closer to each other but not without reservations on Toby’s part. Everything comes to a climax when the killer bear is revealed and his identity rocks Magnus to the core. I really loved the entire book. It was suspenseful, mysterious yet had a romantic feeling to it as well.

Fantastic addition to an amazing series. Can’t wait to see what else is in store for this series.

Highly recommended.

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