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Bearly a Memory by Moxie North
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Labels on everything ... deeply satisfying.
Clothing organized by color ... wonderfully soothing.
Witnessing a mob hit at work ... utterly terrifying.
Brooklyn Nishi likes order, and stability, and following the rules. Then she has to run for her life -- and everything familiar vanishes in an instant.
Bear shifter Tanner Rochon loves his family and the little patch of Washington he calls home. As sheriff of Apex, it’s his job to protect his community and keep the peace. When he finds a strange woman in the woods, he knows two things: she's in trouble, and she’s the mate he’s always wanted.
Tanner and his bear are more than ready for the challenge Brooklyn presents. But is she ready to leave behind everything she’s known and start a new life with him? And will trouble of a more lethal kind come looking for her?
This is one of my all time favorite series and Moxie North is one of my all time favorite authors. I love this series so much that I will go back a reread it when I’m in the mood for just something special. In this one we get curvy, intelligent, a little OCD organized Brooklyn and charismatic, gorgeous, bear-shifter Tanner who also happens to be the Sheriff in Apex, Washington.
Brooklyn witnessed a horrible crime and now is one the run. She has an accident in the woods if Apex and is rescued by Tanner. Brooklyn has no memory thanks to her accident and Tanner is more than capable of protecting her from the trouble that is coming for her.
This was another FANTASTIC rad by Moxie North. I adored that she kept some characters from previous books in here and well Tanner was just awesome. Like all of the previous Rochon’s he doesn’t disappoint and I am thrilled that there are enough cousins to write about. I can appreciate Brooklyn’s OCD because I have it as well and the instant friendship between Brooklyn and Cassie was great. There was simply nothing not to love about this book.