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Arctic Roots 3. Werebears in America

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Axel the Kodiak werebear has finally found happiness with his home in Atikokan and his new cub Adam, but Adam's curiosity in his mysterious Papa's history has Axel bringing up memories that he has kept buried for centuries and will lead the pair on a 3,500 mile trek to Alaska to track down Axel's own Papa!

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  • Action Packed 9
  • Addictive/Pacing 10
  • Characters 10
  • Cliffhanger 5
  • Smoldering 8
  • Tearjerker 4
  • Unique 10
  • World Building 7

  • Like 7
  • Love 5

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wb22860

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

The journey of Axel is definitely worth the read. @Grumpy Bear, you told his story so well and I cannot wait until book 4 comes out.

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centexhairysub

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Really enjoyed this third book in the Werebear saga, some old friends and a few new ones; plus got to meet one of the Ancients.  Was well written and the plotting, character development, and pacing were excellent as well.

I especially like this one, as I love history and we got a nice dose of it in this story.  There were a few truly heartbreaking and sad moments but they just added texture and nuance to the rest of the story.

If you enjoy this genre of stories, settle in and buckle up for a true delight.

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chris191070

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

This is the third booking The Wearbears of America Series.

In this book we follow Axel and his cub Adam as they set out on there adventure to find Axel's Papa Mattias.

We follow them on there 3500 mile journey. During the journey Axel tells Adam his life story. We learn alot about Axel with some of his story being fun and other parts really sad. We get to visit some of the places that played an important part in making Axel the bear he is today.

As with all the other stories there is plenty of sex between the Bears and a few threesomes involving lycans.

Another fantastic story from @Grumpy Bear that comes highly recommended.

  • Love 3
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astone2292

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This is the third story in the Werebears in America series. As mentioned in my reviews for the previous two in the series, this story continues with great writing and solid world-building.

Compared to them, this one brings more emotion, rather than fearsome situations. We delve into one of the more mysterious, yet loved characters, Axel. I've loved this character since his introduction in Trophy Cub. Because of this, and the tales we learn of about him, this story stands above the rest. The reader is treated to many different tales within the same story, and travels to different time periods for each one. 

All the while, we go on with the adventure we've come to know and love. The reader is treated with glimpses of familiar faces, as well as hot and steamy scenes. Just when you think you have a potential plot-line figured out, the author throws a curveball. 

Another wonderful story from a brilliant author. Great job, Grumpy! 

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